Take Your Dog to Work Day is a great way to raise money for local animal shelters and has many benefits for you and your co-workers mental health.
"He’s a big cuddler, he’s amazing with kids and he’s pretty much the centre of my world right now."
The RSPCA’s Junior Rescue Officer Program encourages young people to become engaged in animal welfare.
This 9-year-old pug's obesity meant she risked developing a host of health problems. After extraordinary weight loss, she now loves life in her forever home.
A popular Adelaide Crows player has signed on as an Ambassador for RSPCA South Australia, pledging to use his voice to help the charity fight animal cruelty.
"It's a wonderful feeling to walk in the park and recognise a dog that I have worked with and see that they've been rehomed."
"The best part of the job is the job! I really like meeting other volunteers and patting the dogs and finding out their names and stories."
An animal lover living with autism, Stuart kindly prepares handmade donations for shelter animals and raises funds for our op shops every week.
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.
From cats and dogs to alpacas, an orphaned lamb and even a pig who thought he was a canine – James Bodnick saw it all as an RSPCA volunteer photographer.