Angry about Dog Fighting? Join us.

Dog fighting does exist in Ontario! Working together we can stop this heinous act and end this cruelty towards animals. Here are some simple steps you can take to join us and help end the fight: Step 1 – Spot the signs An inordinate number of Pit bull-type dogs being kept in one location, especially more »

Feb 26, 2016
by Emily Cook
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PET HEALTH CORNER: Pet dental care

The American Veterinary Medical Association is celebrating February as National Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s a great reminder for all of us to make sure our pets are getting the care they need for their teeth! The AVMA has a helpful video resource to teach a dog or cat to accept a daily tooth brushing. Another more »

Feb 26, 2016
by Emily Cook
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How to: Bringing a new kitty home

Kitty love Much like a family bringing home a newborn baby, it is important to prepare prior to taking a new kitty home. Future Pet Parent Guide has a great article on the necessary steps for bringing your new cat home. Check out some of those guidelines here! Preparing The House Before bringing your new more »

Feb 25, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Pit bull transferred out of province finds home

The Ontario SPCA is excited to announce that lovely Kenna, the Pit bull, has found her forever home! Kenna, a Pit bull-type dog was dropped off at the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education and Animal Centre in December 2015. While working with the DOLA legislation, the Centre reached out to a reputable shelter outside the province of Ontario and more »

Feb 24, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Happy Pink Shirt Day 2016!

Today is Pink Shirt Day! It’s a day to encourage everyone to wear something pink to show that we are all working together to prevent bullying in our schools, in our communities and online. The Ontario SPCA wants to show our support for anti-bullying in our communities for people, and for animals. Unfortunately, the Ontario SPCA more »

Feb 24, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Winter storms – Prepare for the emergency

We’ve already had a few crazy winter storms and it feels like the season has just begun! It’s important that when the blizzard hits, you are prepared and know what your pet needs to be safe and healthy. Here are some great tips from our blog Are you prepared for the next winter storm? Keep an more »

Feb 22, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Ontario SPCA & community organizations partner with Whitefish Bay First Nation to provide Spay/Neuter services

The Ontario SPCA is pleased to share another great partnership with Whitefish Bay First Nation. In an effort to help reduce the pet overpopulation within the community, the Whitefish Bay community and council invited the Ontario SPCA, Beat the Heat Kenora, the Grey Bruce Aboriginal Qimmiq Team, the Thunder Bay & District Humane Society and more »

Feb 19, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Ontario SPCA finds adoptable Pit Bull a new home

Ontario SPCA works with DOLA legislation to find adoptable Pit Bull a new home Newmarket, ON (February 18, 2016) – The Ontario SPCA is pleased to report that another adoptable Pit Bull has been given a second chance through the Ontario SPCA dog transfer program. In December 2015, a man quickly dropped off a Pit more »

Feb 18, 2016
by Emily Cook
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