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The desex upgrade
20% off from June 1st - August 31st
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Constitutional Equality and Recognition for all
A new restricted invasive water weed has been found in South Burnett
Please report any possible sightings to Council
Saturday 25 May 2019
Mayor's Charity Ball
Black Tie Event
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Every Man Remembered
South Burnett Council is keen to heighten awareness of the history of WWI, launching its "Every Man Remembered" Database The database lists the young men and women from across the South Burnett Region, some who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Operation Wanted - The Desex Upgrade
181 veterinary practices in Queensland have signed up to RSPCA Qld’s 2018 desexing campaign so far!
Now in its 5th year, Operation Wanted is a joint 3 month statewide animal desexing campaign driven by RSPCA Qld, participating vets and local councils. Starting on June 1, 2018, participating vets will be offering their local communities 20% off dog and cat desexing.
“Every year we have a terrific reaction from Queensland residents and we’d like to thank participating vets and councils that have already signed up again in 2018 to offer the discount. It’s the vets and the shire councils who help drive the campaign in their communities and make it a success,” said RSPCA Qld spokesperson Michael Beatty.
Last year it’s estimated around 20,000 animals were desexed in Queensland during the campaign which equated to 10,000 extra animals being desexed as a direct result.
“This year we’re hoping to top that number,” continued Mr Beatty. “There is a massive pet over- population all over Queensland and of course Australia. Over 50,000 animals come into our care every year and the vast majority of the domestic animals have not been desexed. We’ve got to get the message out there.”
“Plus of course the reason we have such a massive feral cat and wild dog population is because people were not and are not desexing their pets. These animals dramatically impact on the environment.”
“Anything that responsible pet owners can do to reduce this threat to our native wildlife – both in our national parks and in our own backyards – will help to make a real difference to our environment and this simple desexing procedure is a very good place to start.”
There are many benefits associated with pet desexing which pet owners may not be aware of.
- No risk of unwanted litters
- Reduces their desire to roam
- Reduces the risk of some cancers
- Reduces other unwanted behaviours such as urine spraying (cats)
- Cheaper Council registration fees
- Allows pets to be happier and more relaxed