108 Tarleton Road
Spreyton Tas 7310
11am – 2pm Mon-Sat by appointment
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
Others to the age and condition of pups being given away.
Dogs are not being desexed, as vet fees are considered to be out of financial reach and not having that first interaction with a vet, dogs are also not being vaccinated, microchipped or heath checked.
Aside from preventing accidental litters, there are many health and behavioural benefits to desexing.
Desexed animals are generally less likely to get diseases and certain illnesses such as mammary cancer and uterine infections in females and prostate problems in males.
Desexing commonly reduces behaviour problems such as roaming, aggression and urine marking in males.
In females it prevents mating behaviour and false pregnancy. Reducing the desire to roam also reduces the risk of being in a traumatic accident such as being hit by a car.
The RSPCA gratefully acknowledges the recent support of the Mary Kibble Foundation.
The funds enabled the desex surgeries of 82 dogs from low-income earning Tasmanians and has now been expended.
So as not to leave a gap, we have transitioned to a Centrepay payment plan scheme.
CHOOSE A VET
Confirm your successful application.
Arrange payment of the $50 deposit and schedule Centrelink payments for the balance.
Provide you with an RSPCA desexing voucher to give to your vet.
Email your vet clinic to confirm your eligibility.
Pay your vet bill for you.