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!
After losing their mum and being left all alone at only five hours old, these lambs were welcomed with open arms into a forever home with their foster mum.
RSPCA wishes to provide context to a very sad situation regarding 10 beautiful but severely mentally damaged border collie dogs currently in our care.
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.
“As soon as I picked him up, Charlie curled into my chest and started purring. My mum and sisters looked at me and instantly we knew he was ‘the one’."
Keen to dine out but worried about the impact on animals? Use our RSPCA Choose Wisely website to find humanely sourced food across Adelaide and beyond.
Dumped at our shelter on a cold winter's night, this three-legged lady is now living out the rest of her days in a beautiful family home.
Our team has seen some appalling living conditions in their time. This Northern property, housing 15 starving animals, was one of the very worst.
One of six puppies abandoned in an Adelaide bin, Tuxon and his siblings were lucky to survive ... all thanks to an RSPCA inspector and a kind foster carer.