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Africa’s Democratic Dogs

Africa’s Democratic Dogs

Andrew Fewster, ECU Reporter

September 11, 2017

Filed under Health and Science

The idea might sound howling mad, but African wild dogs in Botswana are using a majority style voting system to decide when the pack will start their hunt, according to a recent international study. The study showed that dogs need to reach what is called a “quorum threshold” before they start t...

RSPCA Million Paws Walk celebrates 20th anniversary

RSPCA Million Paws Walk celebrates 20th anniversary

Ashley Cooney, Staff Reporter

May 13, 2016

Filed under News

The biggest event on the canine calendar is on again this Sunday, with the RSPCA hosting the 20th anniversary of the Million Paws Walk on the banks of the Swan River, in the fight to end animal cruelty. Each year it costs RSPCA WA more than $8 million to operate all of its animal welfare services, which...

Poison suspected after dog deaths

Poison suspected after dog deaths

Beth Cloake, Student broadcaster

May 8, 2014

Filed under Showcase

Two dogs have died and three have become ill after eating suspected poison at Rushton Park in Kelmscott. Rangers have yet to find the source of the poison. Beth Cloake reports.

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