RSCA Gladstone volunteers Tisha Roberts, Jan Boyne, Rita D'Arcy and Fay Jackson, with five puppies who are up for adoption.
RSCA Gladstone volunteers Tisha Roberts, Jan Boyne, Rita D'Arcy and Fay Jackson, with five puppies who are up for adoption. Tom Huntley

A new furry friend can be found at RSPCA dog adoption day

POOCHES and puppies from all over the region are in need of a new home.

And they will be on their best behaviour at Friends of RSPCA Gladstone's Dog Adoption Day tomorrow, as they attempt to win the hearts of potential owners.

Each has been saved by the group after being surrendered, dumped or impounded and never collected by their owner.

Friends of RSPCA president Judy Whicker is urging the community to open their hearts and their homes and consider adopting a new best friend.

She said the furry four-legged friends come fully-vaccinated, micro-chipped and desexed.

If you need a new best friend, head to the adoption centre, which is opposite the NRG Power Plant from 9am-noon tomorrow.

For more information phone Judy Whicker on 0417 065 394.



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