Animals in Entertainment, Sport and Work
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Animals in Entertainment, Sport, and Work (ESW)
SPCA advocates that animals used in ESW must have their physical, health, and behavioural needs met.
SPCA advocates that animals must only be kept in captivity if they are provided with a good quality of life that meets their physical, health, behavioural needs for the duration of their lives. Species-appropriate enrichment for all captive animals is essential to ensure their welfare; and this enrichment must be varied to reduce habituation.
Circuses / Travelling Menageries
SPCA advocates for human animal interactions that are cognisant of animal welfare and ensure the physical, health, and behavioural needs of the animal are met before, during, and after an event.
Competitive and Fundraising Events
SPCA advocates for organisational responsibility for competitive and fundraising events to ensure that all animals used have their physical, health, and behavioural needs met.
SPCA advocates that all persons involved in the breeding, keeping, or use of equines must have the facilities, skills, knowledge, and resources to fully meet their needs throughout their life.
SCPA opposes the hunting of wild animals by humans with birds of prey.
Feeding of Live Animals
SPCA opposes the feeding of live prey to captive animals.
SPCA opposes animal fighting ventures.
SPCA supports housing systems that provide game birds with choices to meet their physical, health, behavioural needs.
SPCA advocates for the greyhound racing industry to improve its practices to better meet the physical, health, and behavioural needs of the dogs for the whole of their life.