A Takanini woman has been sentenced to 100 hours of community work for starving her dog, which she says she couldn't afford to look after.
The SPCA says it's disgusted by a man's decision to kill a cat, skin it and list it on Trade Me.
Animal welfare groups are fighting to change puppy breeding laws after 11 pet store puppies raised in an alleged "battery farm" died this month.
A petition boasting more than 37,000 signatures against the use of animal testing in the development of legal highs has been delivered to Parliament.
Two Christchurch dog owners have been discharged without conviction for cutting the tails off five puppies with a hot knife.
An Auckland man charged after a dog described as "a skeleton with fur" was found dead on a rubbish heap has been sentenced to community work.
The Wellington SPCA will this year move from a cramped shelter to the country's most unique animal hospital and teaching facility.
A man who beat a dog so badly it needed to have an eye removed has been jailed for six months.
SPCA Auckland is desperately seeking short-term foster homes for rescued cats and kittens.
Animal rights groups are joining forces in a bid to prevent animal testing for legal highs.
The SPCA is condemning an “appalling act of animal cruelty”.
Puppy pride was on display in Auckland over the weekend when the first Pride Dog Show was held in Mount Albert.
Campbell Live returns to the west Auckland farm where the famous driving dogs were trained to find out who will get to adopt them.
The Otago SPCA says it's being called to rescue distressed animals in vehicles at a rate of once a day.
SPCA volunteers catch and neuter stray cats, then return them to purpose-built areas of the city where they are "carefully managed".
The world’s top driving dogs have again been linked with the world’s top driving television show.
Economist Gareth Morgan is offering to pay the SPCA $5 for every unwanted cat that it puts down as the fur flies in his war on feral cats.
Gareth Morgan told Campbell Live he would pay $5 to the SPCA for every cat they put down.
Science tells us domestic cats do catch rodents and birds and lizards – but do they catch them in quantities that harm native populations?
Gareth Morgan's new 'Cats To Go' campaign is being questioned by wildlife experts.
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