RSPCA QLD believes people and pets are better together. The emotional, mental and physical benefits of the relationships between people and pets highlights the importance of proactive community outreach.

We all love our pets, but sometimes people need extra support to care for their animals. Illness, lack of accessible veterinary care, low income and lack of pet ownership education can result in even the most devoted pet owner having to relinquish their beloved pet.

All outreach clients are means-tested to ensure valuable veterinary service and pet care resources can be provided to the people who require it most.

Our support services include:
  • Community Days, providing pet care support with vaccination, microchipping, de-sexing and parasite prevention
  • Free Pet Bank - access to food, bedding, harness and other essential items
  • Education about responsible pet ownership, pet behaviour and common pet issues
  • Renting with pets information

Additionally, for business and community referrers, educational training and resources are available by RSPCA QLD professionals; helping enable a wider support for clients and their pets.

Keeping pets and people together is often the best outcome for the pets, their owners, and the community. Strong bonds between people and their pets make for stronger communities. We're here to help and together we change lives.

Need Our Help?

To find out more about our programs or to speak to one of our staff about your organisation and how we may be able to assist, please email our RSPCA QLD Community Outreach team at [email protected] or complete our online enquiry form.

Interested in Joining Our Proactive Team

We are unable to achieve great animal outcomes without the support of the community. If you are interested in becoming a part of a team of passionate people making a proactive and positive difference in the community, either visiting education centres or at our community activations, please click here to view available volunteer positions.

Current Programs

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