3 comments to “The only two dogs in Perth”

  1. Jessica | March 5, 2013 | Permalink

    I saw a dog wandering near my local shopping center, She had just dropped puppies, her ear had been cut off, her eye was so gunky she had a very bad infection in it, she had diarrhea all up the back of her legs, she also wasn’t wearing a collar…

    I rang the RSPCA, I got told, they do not do call outs, she is probably someones pet, even if i do take her to them they will not take her in and they can’t do anything “sorry”

    I didn’t care if she was someones “pet” as she was obviously not being looked after.
    Female dogs don’t stray that far from their young which made me think maybe she was a stray and lost her puppies? or her puppies were taken away from her too soon?

    I’ve been told the RSPCA were unhelpful in the past by friends but I still donated to them, but when i needed them to help a dog in need they couldn’t care less.

    I will never support the RSPCA again.

  2. Basil | March 5, 2013 | Permalink

    People reading this should forget the RSPCA if they want to adopt. RSPCA are wasting resources that could be better used by other rescue organizations.
    I personally also had 2 dogs at my house, available for adoption all weekend, and I have access to more. Means I’m better than the RSPCA right?
    My girl and I work with SAFE Avon Valley, and you can contact me on facebook usually. Email is bazwell@ovi.com

    If I haven’t got what you are looking for, I have the contacts to get it.

  3. Leith | March 5, 2013 | Permalink

    I will never donate to the RSPCA I can relate several episodes with them but won’t as I do not need them wasting donations given by wonderful people to sue me!