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Find your forever friend with RSPCA’s $99 dog adoption weekend

South Australian’s can adopt a dog from SA RSPCA shelters for $99, helping Adelaide’s most loveable dogs find their forever home.

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Dreaming of finding a four-legged best friend or becoming future paw-rents to the worlds cutest dog? Now’s your chance.

For two days only, South Australian’s can adopt a dog from RSPCA shelters across the state at a heavily reduced price, helping Adelaide’s most loveable dogs find their forever home. Now that’s sure to get your tail-wagging!

South Australia’s RSPCA is holding a weekend of happiness, home and hope with their $99 dog adoption program running this October 16 and 17.

Striving the find pooches their forever partners, the RSCPA has slashed the adoption fee on adult dogs in the hope it’ll help older pups be re-homed this year.

Appointments opened at 4:30pm yesterday for South Australians to book a meet and greet with the state’s sweetest dogs, and are essential for those wanting to help re-home the RSPCA’s loveable pooches.

If you already have a puppy pal at home, feel free to bring them along to your RSCPA appointment so they can meet, bond and have a bone with their newest family member. This is the perfect opportunity for South Australian’s with an open heart and plenty of patience to adopt an older dog with all the love in the world.

But the furry fun doesn’t stop there! South Australia’s RSPCA will also be offering 20% off all dog beds, toys and accessories so your new best pal can come home and relax in style. A further $15 will be deducted from Hill’s Science Diet dry food with adoption and $30 off a six-pack of Advocate parasite prevention.

With puppy farms on the rise and rescue shelters over-flowing, adoption is the way to go when finding your furry four-legged best friend. With bucket loads of love to give, adopting an older dog is truly the best way to go when buying a pup or pooch.

While the RSCPA is home to dogs about to find their forever home, the shelters also house cats, rabbits and plenty of other animals looking for love.

You can find out more about RSCPA’s SA dog adoption here.

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