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Wool industry promotion of steining as solution to mulesing premature: RSPCA

Monday, 2nd September 2019

The RSPCA is concerned that recent promotion of the ‘steining’ method of preventing flystrike in sheep fails to address the animal welfare concerns associated with this method.

Time is running out for mulesing as major fashion retailers announce phase out

Friday, 30th August 2019

RSPCA Australia has welcomed the decision from Country Road Group and David Jones to source certified non-mulesed wool for their wool and wool-rich clothing range by winter 2025, as further

New online marketplace for pets first in Australia to meet RSPCA Guidelines

Monday, 26th August 2019

RSPCA Australia has today commended PetSales, a new on

RSPCA calls for NSW Upper House to heed the evidence and phase out battery cages

Wednesday, 14th August 2019

The RSPCA will today give evidence to the NSW Upper House Inquiry into the use of battery cages in the egg industry, calling for the Select Committee to heed the overwhelming evidence that

RSPCA welcomes decision to extend prohibited period for live sheep exports into September

Thursday, 1st August 2019

The RSPCA has welcomed the Department of Agriculture’s decision to listen to the evidence and extend the prohibited period for live sheep exports from 1 June to 22 September, incorporating

Australia’s most trusted animal welfare organisation launches new podcast on humane food

Monday, 29th July 2019

Do Australians really know where their meat and dairy products come from? Are people aware of the plight of bobby calves in the dairy industry?