Category Archives: News

Saying Goodbye: A tribute to Crash

When Crash was 7 weeks old, he was thrown from a truck on Highway 400 in the Moon River area. This is how he entered the lives of countless staff at the Ontario SPCA. Crash was brought to the Ontario SPCA in 2005 after sustaining injuries from being thrown out of a truck. He had more »

Sep 26, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Partnering with the Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve to help animals

A mobile spay/neuter clinic is bringing needed services to the Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve The Welland & District SPCA and the Ontario SPCA have partnered with the Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve – the Wiky Rez – to provide mobile spay/neuter and animal wellness services! This week long event will be wrapping up over the next few days. 95 spay/neuter more »

Sep 23, 2016
by Emily Cook
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The Ontario SPCA has an app!

Ever wanted to keep tabs on certain breeds available for adoption? Or waited for a volunteer opportunity to open up at your local Ontario SPCA Animal Centre? Introducing the Ontario SPCA’s new FREE app! It’s fast, simple, and easy to use anytime, anywhere. Learn more below! So many great features on the app! This new app can help more »

Sep 19, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Microchip reunites cat with family after 3 months

After three months a part, a little luck, and a microchip, helped reunite Jinny with her family in Lisle, Ontario! A stray cat found needing help A few weeks ago, the Barrie SPCA’s Marion Vernon Spay/Neuter Clinic received a call regarding a stray female cat in Lisle, ON. A friend of the property owner where the cat more »

Aug 31, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Orangeville SPCA needs support to care for two special dogs

Both Hunter and Ace are two special dogs currently hanging out at the Ontario SPCA Orangeville & District Animal Centre. They also both need public support to help cover the costs of their care! The Animal Centre is looking to raise $6,000 to recover their combined costs of care and allow them to continue to offer help more »

Aug 17, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Brock U report surveys Ontario SPCA cruelty investigators

The Ontario SPCA participated in a research project, funded through a grant from Brock University. The report shows data from a survey of 64 per cent of the 90 cruelty investigations staff at the organization. Read about the survey’s findings in this article from the Toronto Star: Animal cruelty investigators working in ‘shocking conditions,’ report says

Aug 09, 2016
by Emily Cook
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