Surrendering a pet is a last resort for many, but is sadly still too common. Here are the top reasons behind the 1,440 animals surrendered to RSPCA in 2018.
In lesson one of our FREE 6-part video series on force-free dog training, watch our Dog Training Coordinator Heather teach the classic sit and drop!
Over 1,000 chicks are used in classrooms in Australia each year. Find out why it's cruel and what happens to them once the experiment is over.
Wildlife trapped in netting is keeping RSPCA South Australia’s team of four rescue officers busy – the team has rescued nine birds and one fox so far this year.
It’s time to get active with your number one fan. Listen to our pawfectly curated Spotify playlist as you walk SA's best dog-friendly spots!
Have you seen animal abuse online? We have. What should you do if you see something? Find out how we use social media to combat animal cruelty online.
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.
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?
Worried about leaving your bored cat alone during the day? We’ve come up with 5 easy ways to keep your cat entertained – using simple household items.