RSPCA

For all creatures, great and small...

What we do:

The RSPCA is a community based charity that works to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection.


RSPCA Australia is a Federation of eight independent State and Territory RSPCA bodies called member Societies. RSPCA member Societies do much of the hands on work traditionally associated with the RSPCA such as the operation of shelters and the Inspectorate plus community education and fundraising.


RSPCA Australia’s National Office is home to a strong science and campaigns team, with a particular focus on farm animal issues. RSPCA Australia is responsible for facilitating many of the national events and campaigns, and promoting the interests of animal welfare with Government and industry.

Our Campaign

Puppy Farms

All across Australia dogs are being confined to cruel puppy farms (also knows as a puppy factory or puppy mill) and treated as nothing more than breeding machines, used to produce puppies for profit. These facilities operate under conditions that fail to meet the dogs’ behavioural, social and/or physiological needs. Puppies from these facilities can suffer from diseases and acute and chronic conditions and may also develop behavioural difficulties due to the conditions they were exposed to.

Walking for Pups

Saturday, April 12th, 10am

George hanley drive

North Wollongong, New South Wales

Come join us to fundraise for the RSPCA, Walking for Pups Paws Walk.

Register your pet for just $10 and all money goes toward the RSPCA!