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 Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Tasmania (RSPCA) is a not-for-profit non-government organization that cares for, treats, protects, and rehomes animals across the state. We have been working to improve the lives of animals in this state since 1878. We are the only Tasmanian organisation named in animal welfare legislation and we appreciate the continued support of all levels of government.
During the past three years, we have:
Our role is to act as a conduit for the community’s concerns about animal welfare, to ensure those concerns are heard by our state’s decision makers.
Tasmanians have made it clear that they expect improved animal welfare outcomes to be a high priority for the state government.
On that basis, RSPCA is calling on candidates for election to show the people of Tasmania that they care for the welfare of all animals in our community.
To that end, we have prepared a list of reforms we want political candidates to commit to as part of their election promises. Some of these things are long term objectives, but others are of immediate concern.
The reforms range from stamping out puppy farming to providing RSPCA inspectors with greater regulatory powers to ensure adequate protection for animals across the state. The details are set out in the attached booklet.
Whether you want to see more animal welfare in education, new legislation to better protect pets, or want to encourage higher welfare outcomes in schools and workplaces, your say could be crucial in improving and promoting the welfare of Tasmanian animals.
Time is running out to have your voice heard ahead of the state election on 1st May. As a proud community of animal lovers, we need you to act now and make sure that improved animal welfare is on the agenda for our next state government.