A former guard dog business operator was last week fined for failing to take reasonable steps to alleviate the pain and suffering of an elderly Rottweiler dog.
Get our top ideas for fun ways you can get your school or university involved in raising crucial funds to help RSPCA save more vulnerable animals across SA.
A total of 249 animals have now gone to new homes in what is a record for animal adoptions by RSPCA South Australia.
A bad hair day for a dog doesn’t just mean flyaway and kinks. It can mean matted fur that results in serious health issues. Here's how to avoid problems.
The goal is to rehome as many animals as possible across the country over the three-day adoption promotion.
As only a small pup, poor Mistletoe required weeks of complex surgery if she were ever going to walk again. Months later, she's loving her active lifestyle!
Furry, feathered and even scaled family members are invited to take centre stage at tomorrow’s grand opening of RSPCA SA's first major retail outlet.
RSPCA is warning cat owners to avoid animal collars that do not have a quick-release mechanism, after recently treating two severely injured cats in Adelaide.
Australia must follow New Zealand and ban the cruel practice of mulesing. But what is mulesing and how are the brands you’re buying helping or hindering?
As a kitten, Helen Keller had a series of life-threatening health problems. Her foster carer nursed her back to health – and then couldn't help but adopt!