108 Tarleton Road
Spreyton Tas 7310
10am – 4pm Mon-Sat
Adoptions 10am – 3.30pm
Closed public holidays
Shop 3, 207A Invermay Road
Invermay Tas 7248
9.30am – 4pm Mon-Fri
9.30am – 3pm Saturday
55-57 Albert Road
Moonah Tas 7009
9.30am – 4pm Tue-Fri
9:30am – 3pm Sat
Closed Sun, Mon & public holidays
9.30am – 12:30pm Mon
9:30am – 4pm Tue-Fri
9:30am – 3pm Sat-Sun
We offer a doggy day care service at Hobart’s famous Salamanca Market.
9am – 1pm Every Saturday
The RSPCA encourages potential pet owners to find pets from reputable sources – such as the RSPCA and other well-known rescue organisations – that exist to promote animal welfare, rather than for profit. Or look for a registered breeder and ask for references from previous clients. Check out our guide to finding a good breeder: rspcapuppyguide.com.au.
Of course, not everyone can get out and about these days, so many people will turn to the internet, our go-to place for browsing before we shop. Our Adopt-a-Pet website (adoptapet.com.au) is a safe and secure place for you to ‘meet’ your future friend online.
However, buying a pet is nothing like other online shopping – and, sadly, not everyone advertising animals on-line is as careful about their animals as we are. While the internet is a great way to research and look for your new best friend, you should absolutely avoid buying a pet without meeting them in person first.
Otherwise, you could inadvertently be supporting puppy farms or poor breeding practices – not to mention the fact that you could fall victim to a scam, leading to emotional (and financial) heartbreak.
And scammers are quick to take advantage.
Please report at the Consumer, Building and Occupational Services
The West Australian government have compiled a list of puppy scammers, which is nationally relevant.