AWLQ’s tips for keeping pets safe in hot weather.
Holidays see rise in unnecessary reports of “abandoned” animals.
Great gifts for the pet that has everything.
Make sure your animals are safe and secure when bad weather is forecast.
Tick season kicks off in Queensland.
How to avoid cat-astrophy this holiday season.
How to protect your pets from seasonal dangers.
Blooming marvellous day out for you and your dog.
A guide to separation anxiety in animals.
Tips and videos on how to best train your dog.
What to do if your pet is bitten.
Online scams target prospective pet owners.
How to keep your pet safe while practicing hand hygiene.
How to ensure your pets stay healthy this winter.
Animal accommodation business cuts prices.
How to protect your pet against paralysis ticks.
Threat of shutdowns a major challenge for staff, volunteers and animals.
RSPCA urges participants to keep fundraising.
AWLQ joins fight to ensure pet-friendly rentals for Queenslanders.
Keep your pet safe from these hidden dangers at the beach.
Your guide to camping with canines in Queensland.
Be wary of potential pitfalls when moving with a pet.
As deadly bushfires rage across the country it’s more important than ever to do our bit to keep pets and wildlife safe.
Radar finally found his forever home with RACQ Claims Management Officer, Diana Allen.
Queenslanders love nothing more than spending summer days outdoors with their furry companions, however hot weather can spell danger for our pets.
Almost half of dogs and one third of cats in Australia are overweight or obese.
How to introduce your newborn baby to your pet.
RACQ member Christine Hall shares her experience of how pet insurance helped her save her puppy’s life.
Animal Welfare League Queensland (AWLQ) urges Queenslanders to vaccinate their pets to help them live a long and happy life.
As devastating fires rage across the state, Animal Welfare League Queensland (AWLQ) is reminding pet owners not to forget their furry friends.
Storm season can be a stressful time for your furry friend.
Advice for dog owners after fresh baiting attacks across south-east Queensland parks.
Support Australian-made this winter with these seven pet fashion brands.
Every year paralysis ticks cause illness in more than 100,000 companion animals on the east coast of Australia.
How adopting from AWLQ transformed the lives of two cats.
Ensure your pet is well cared for when the unexpected happens.
In 2018, more than 1700 kittens and nearly 500 puppies came into care at Animal Welfare League Queensland’s (AWLQ) four centres in south-east Queensland.
Storm season also results in an influx of stray animals in pounds and shelters across Queensland.
How to keep your pooch happy and healthy in high-density housing.