dogs

The benefits of adopting an older pet

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Jane Speechley

During the coronavirus pandemic, while we’re all spending a lot more time at home, many Australians have taken the opportunity to bring a new puppy or kitten into their family.

Keeping pets happy and entertained during home isolation

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RSPCA Australia

Staying at home will be tough at times, but we want you to make the most of self-isolation with your pets.

How you can involve your dog in Easter, without using chocolate

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RSPCA Australia

More and more Australians are now aware that chocolate can be toxic to dogs, cats and other animals – it

The do's and don'ts of training your dog

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RSPCA Australia

Dogs bring a huge amount of joy and excitement to our lives – but good training i

Three essential tips for holidaying with pets

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RSPCA Australia

Summertime means holidays for many Australians – that time of year when we set off for the beach, interstate to spend time with friends and family, or just take to the road to have a break from the

Five ways to add animal welfare to your Christmas spirit

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RSPCA Australia

Christmas is just around the corner, bringing with it our annual chance to spend time with our family and friends – including our furry pals.

These are the four red flags to watch for when looking for a pet online

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RSPCA Australia

So, you’ve decided to get a new pet, and you want to do your research. Naturally, you turn to the internet, our go-to place for browsing before we shop.

Let’s TALK about WALKS

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RSPCA Australia

We all know walking our dogs at least daily is crucial for their health and welfare. But what else do we need to consider to ensure WALKIES are fun for everyone, especially our furry friends?

Fireworks aren’t always fun for our pets

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RSPCA Australia

Fireworks are an inevitable part of Australia Day and New Year’s Eve celebrations and, while they are lots of fun for most people, a lot of animals are terrified of the noise.

Hot tips for sssnakes in ssspring

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RSPCA Australia

Spring time is prime snake spotting season as males seek out females to mate with.

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