Living with Wildlife

Spring is the season for breeding, thus it is quite a troublesome period for our native wildlife.

Thousands of wildlife are injured or killed each year, trapped in fencing, pools, backyards or tragically hit by cars. Hundreds-of-thousands more wildlife are injured, maimed or killed each year by domestic pets. Did you know there are many simple ways you can minimise your impact on our native wild friends?

Learn some simple steps on how you can live harmoniously with wildlife, whilst also making a real difference to your environment. Find out more.

Spring Tips

Due to the current overpopulation problem during Spring the RSPCA gets inundated with litters of puppies and kittens. With some simple steps learn how you can make a difference during Spring. Find out more.

Summer Tips

Summer is a great time of year… but it can also be a dangerous time of year for our animals. High temperatures, humidity and the influx of ticks can be extremely detrimental to your pet’s health.

Here are some easy tips to ensure that your pet stays safe this Summer. Find out more.

Pet Care over Christmas

Remember not to feed your pets table scraps during the Christmas period. The main concerns are macadamia nuts, onion, garlic, avocado, grapes, fatty ham trimmings, cooked bones and just 50g of chocolate can be toxic and can be fatal to dogs. Also ensure that your pets stay out of your guests luggage as they could have food or medication that could be dangerous to your pets health.

See our Christmas Tips for dog owners on how best to calm and relax your dog throughout the busy festive season. Find out more.

Home Alone Service

Are you going on holiday and have someone looking after your pet at home? Register your pet with our Home Alone service so we know when you are away in case they need help or are missing. Find out more.