RSPCA Adoption Centre’s Judy Whicker with Sammy.
RSPCA Adoption Centre’s Judy Whicker with Sammy. Chrissy Harris

RSPCA dogs wait for a new home

TOMORROW is the RSPCA dog adoption open day and organisers are busy preparing while hoping that they will be able to re-home most of their dogs.

If you are in the market for a new pet there will be something for you.

Dogs and puppies of all shapes and sizes, fluffy and smooth, big and small, young and old will be up for adoption and looking for a forever home.

RSPCA’s Judy Whicker said it was a great day out for the family.

“Come along, bring the kids and have the chance to interact with some of the dogs,” Ms Whicker said.

All dogs come micro chipped, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and registered with the Gladstone council.

At a bargain price there really is no better way to find yourself and your family a new pet than to get one from the RSPCA.

So, to find yourself a mate for life head down to the RSPCA adoption shed opposite the NRG PowerStation tomorrow from 9am to noon. For more information head to www.adoptapet.com.au.



Project manager appointed for new Calliope high school

Project manager appointed for new Calliope high school

Honeywill Consulting will oversee the project.

FIGHT FOR FLYNN: Time's up for LNP preselection hopefuls

FIGHT FOR FLYNN: Time's up for LNP preselection hopefuls

Flynn MP Ken O'Dowd could face challengers.

Man convicted of drug driving after car rolls at Callemondah

Man convicted of drug driving after car rolls at Callemondah

Andrew Robert Maloney pleaded guilty yesterday.

Local Partners