Category Archives: Animals’ Voice Pawdcast

Paul Terry: Stepping it up – What makes a successful organization

In every organization, it’s important to work together to accomplish goals. This is one of the things Paul Terry, from Paul Terry Consulting Group, specializes in training organizations. If you have a passion for animals, but are unsure if you should make Animal Welfare your profession – you’ll find this podcast interesting! Terry joined us at more »

Feb 21, 2017
by Emily Cook
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When can the Ontario SPCA remove an animal?

Every day, Ontario SPCA agents and inspectors encounter situations  where animals are in distress or immediate distress. But when can the Ontario SPCA remove an animal? In today’s podcast, Inspector Scott Sylvia talks to us about the Ontario SPCA’s authority to remove animals. He discusses when a warrant is needed, in what situations an animal more »

Jan 24, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Outstanding volunteer marks 15 years with Orillia Animal Centre

This year, Erin Price won one of two Ontario SPCA’s Outstanding Volunteer awards. She’s been volunteering at the Ontario SPCA Orillia Animal Centre for over 15 years. Every year at the Ontario SPCA’s Educational Conference, we honour two volunteers nominated by their centres for outstanding work. This year, Erin Price was one of the winners! more »

Jan 10, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Grieving the loss of a pet during the holidays

For many people, the holiday season is a time filled with family, friends, and good memories. For others, this time of year is difficult because they’re grieving the loss of a pet they loved. In this Animals’ Voice Pawdcast, we speak with Russell Friedman, executive director of the Grief Recovery Institute and co-author of the Grief Recovery more »

Dec 27, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Video Evidence & How to report animal cruelty

In our podcast this week we’re talking to Inspector Scott Sylvia about video evidence. Find out what makes video evidence admissible, and how to submit. Sylvia also talks about cases where a case was formed because of video evidence. The podcast also discusses how our officers are affected with Compassion Fatigue. The Ontario SPCA is one of the more »

Dec 13, 2016
by Emily Cook
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Leaving a Legacy: Make a Will Month

November is the Ontario Bar Association’s Make A Will Month! We want to help you learn about the importance of making a Will, so listen in to our podcast. Today we speak with Kate Turoczi, manager of Planned Giving at the Ontario SPCA. She talks about why you should get a Will, what happens without more »

Nov 15, 2016
by Emily Cook
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