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People should never have to choose between their pet or a home
Limited housing availability and sky rocketing rental costs are causing families to give up their companion animals and leading to a crisis in animal shelters across the country, with many already at capacity.
Lort Smith celebrates never giving up on any animal with an extraordinary volunteer
CANA member Lort Smith celebrates the adoption of Tessa and her foster carer Kaye Cromie who was a finalist for Volunteer of the Year in the 2021 Pet Insurance Australia Companion Animal Rescue Awards.
WAScamNet shares tips to avoid fake websites
As scams, ripoffs and frauds are becoming more and more commonplace, WAScamNet warns consumers not to let puppy or kitten scammers get their claws into your money by watching out for fake websites.
What you need to know about keeping your pets safe on Halloween
Halloween (October 31) can be great fun for families, but also a spooky time of year for pets frightened by the loud noises and people in strange costumes walking by or coming to the door.
Companion Animal Network Australia urges Australians to talk about puppy scams!
Companion Animal Network Australia has partnered with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission during Scams Awareness Week (November 8 – 12) to raise awareness about puppy scams that cause a lot of heartbreak and anger, and unwittingly involve legitimate businesses in Australia.
Pet friendly rental reform legislation passes Queensland Parliament
Companion Animal Network Australia welcomes legislation which passed Queensland’s Parliament in October making renting fairer for pet owners but raises concerns over animal welfare implications.