Following any of the links below means that you will be leaving this RSPCA branch website. The RSPCA does not accept any liability for the content or availability of any website that is not directly sponsored by the RSPCA. The inclusion of a link is not an endorsement of the material it contains.


Animal health

The RSPCA national website contains a wealth of information and areas of interest – Animal Care (including wildlife advice), Science Group and more.

Pets Get Slim Do you have a fat dog or cat? Well you’re not alone – half of Britain’s dogs and cats are now overweight! But help is at hand – the RSPCA has joined forces with TV vet Joe Inglis to help you to help your pet lose weight. 

Pet health care A healthy pet is a happy pet. This site brings together leading experts to create a comprehensive online source of pet care information.

Welfare in dog training A website providing information about the behaviour of dogs, the possible consequences of using aversive training techniques, and where to go for appropriate advice on training and behaviour issues.


Campaigning for Animal Welfare

RSPCA’s YouTube channel Subscribe to the national society’s channel to see their latest TV adverts and campaigns.

Political Animal The RSPCA has outlined the main animal welfare issues that we want political parties to address in their manifestoes. Support and influence our campaigns.

Give animals a voice An RSPCA blog site where you can discuss issues affecting animals and take action with like-minded others. 

PAW – Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime (Defra) A multi-agency body comprising representatives of the organisations involved in wildlife law enforcement in the UK. It provides opportunities for statutory and non-Government organisations to work together to combat wildlife crime.

CAWF – Community Animal Welfare Footprints This RSPCA scheme aims to reward and promote good practice in animal welfare by local authorities and housing providers in England and Wales and recognises organisations that have gone above and beyond their basic service requirements to ensure higher animal welfare standards.


Education

RSPCA education website for teachers Free tried and tested curriculum-linked resources written by teachers. There are more than 90 different lesson ideas with teacher and pupil factsheets, pupil activity sheets and engaging photos and pictures.

Breaking the Chain provides an interactive set of activities that help young people consider what happens when people are cruel to animals. Warning: some of the real-life case studies may be upsetting.

For children

The Den The RSPCA website for children and teens. Lots of information as well as the Animal Action Club (for under 12s), Young Photographer Awards, competitions and games.

CBBC Wild Games and information for children on wildlife and pets.

Farmland On this virtual farm you will find pigs, laying hens, chickens, cattle and calves. You will learn about their life cycles, their needs and the food they produce. Each building leads to a mission to look after the animals there, keeping them happy, healthy and comfortable in their daily life.  Once you have succeeded in looking after the animals, you can play the supermarket and transport games.

RSPCA Cyber Pet To see if you have what it takes to look after a real pet, try the Cyberpet – a virtual pet that lives on your desktop or on your mobile! Just like a real pet, you’ll need to treat it well to keep it happy and healthy.

RSPCA education interactive 8 interactive sections to help children learn about the RSPCA (its work, the jobs, the work of volunteers, and what woulld happen if it didn’t exist) and animal needs (looking after sick/injured animals, what makes a good pet, what makes a good pet owner, what laws protect animals).

Creature Features Find out more about your favourite animals using this site from National Geographic. Explore the rest of this site for lots of activities and interesting info.

Kid Territory A range of fun animal-related games, recipes, crafts and science experiments on the San Diego Zoo website.

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