Workplace welcome mat goes out for four-legged family members this Take Your Dog to Work Day.
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.
For the first time ever, RSPCA South Australia has waived its usual $50 adoption fee for cats aged six months and over. The no-fee campaign ends June 30.
The RSPCA’s Junior Rescue Officer Program encourages young people to become engaged in animal welfare.
RSPCA is seeking the public’s help to locate the owner of a young and badly injured Husky puppy found on the foreshore at Semaphore Park two weeks ago.
Should we let our four legged friends snuggle under the blankets with us? Is it a recipe for disruption and disaster or a way to sleep more soundly?
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!
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.
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.