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
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.
To resolve this problem, we have developed the RSPCA/Mary Kibble Dog Desexing Program.
We propose a program which will have a fourfold positive effect.
The program will begin a vet journey for those who do not currently have the means to desex, vaccinate and microchip their dogs, producing a healthier dog population. Whilst we propose funding includes desexing surgeries and microchipping, we are of the view that vaccinations need to be scheduled between the vet and the owner of the dog. If we include vaccinations the ongoing management of the client would render an unacceptable impost on the fund. The RSPCA seeks only to recover the admin costs required to implement the scheme.
Make desexing dogs affordable to those people who in the past, have avoided their responsibilities.
Fewer unwanted dogs shared in the community leading to fewer contraventions of the 2016 Dog Regulations.
Fewer neighbour disputes regarding the health and wellbeing of dogs in our communities.
CHOOSE A VET
Confirm your successful application.
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.