Orange for Animal Cruelty Awareness

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What You Can Do DON’T buy dog meat or eat in restaurants selling dog meat WRITE to your Indonesian Embassy calling for a ban on the slaughter and consumption of dogs REPORT to BAWA any warungs (local restaurants) you see advertising dog meat (“RW”) or people stealing or killing dogs for RW GET EVIDENCE. Take photos or short films, especially of…Read More

Dog Meat - BAWA | Bali Animal Welfare Association

BAWA | Bali Animal Welfare Association
Dog Meat The Ghastly Truth about Dog Meat in Bali   Every year, nearly 3.8 million tourists visit the beautiful island of Bali. Many of them visit attractions and participate in activities that fuel immense animal suffering. When holidaying in Bali, please choose the places you visit and support with caution.   The cruel and brutal…Read More
A report on the inquiry is due on August 22. RSPCA NSW next?

Vic RSPCA slammed in inquiry submissions

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Victoria's RSPCA needs to stop its animal activism and political campaigning, submissions to a parliamentary inquiry into the organisation say. A Victorian parliamentary inquiry will look into the RSPCA's use of its powers and funding provided by the government. Submissions by farming and greyhound groups say it needs to stop its activism and…Read More
Nathan Barnes, a former RSPCA employee and animal behaviour expert who claimed to have helped devise the behavioural test, said it was used incorrectly. "The idea of the temperament test was not to fail the dog; it was to discover what the actual true behaviour is,'' he said. ''After the results of the test, you need to carry out rehabilitation if…Read More

RSPCA criticised over claims test to decide fate of dogs is misused

The Sydney Morning Herald
THE RSPCA has been forced to defend a "temperament test" used to decide whether dogs are re-homed or euthanased, amid claims the assessment is being misused and animals are not given the best chance at life. The RSPCA euthanased more than 4800 dogs in NSW last financial year, about 40 per cent of dogs brought in. More than 60 per cent of those…Read More
Published on 20 Oct 2013 Nate Barnes ex- RSPCA behavioural trainer. Introducing the RSPCA NSW to assessments for the purpose of rehabilitation and fixing issues the observations indicated. Food " aggressive" train it, NOT KILL IT. Euthanasia is when there are NO OTHER OPTIONS, KILLING IS WHEN OPTIONS ARE NOT USED.
COME ON NSW PEOPLE! We need to get this happening - our neighboring state VICTORIA has! We here in NSW need a detailed investigation about the way in which RSPCA NSW exercises its powers and uses its funds. Let's hear from people and organisations from across NSW with views and experience on these matters. An inquiry can consider the…Read More
This is a MUST READ >>> People donate to animal welfare charities because they want to see our most vulnerable animals protected. And there is no more moving story than the dog in the ‘puppy farm’. Cute, fluffy, cold, miserable and neglected. It is powerful stuff. The RSPCA NSW knows this. Which is why today they’re asking people to…Read More

RSPCA NSW exploits puppy farming for end of year donations | Saving Pets

People donate to animal welfare charities because they want to see our most vulnerable animals protected. Which is why the RSPCA NSW is asking people to donate to their #ClosePuppyFactories campaign. People donate to animal welfare charities because they want to see our most vulnerable animals protected. And there is no more moving story than…Read More
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