Category Archives: You Tube

Twiggy’s second chance & new life

Twiggy’s life could have been much different, but with your support she found a loving home to call her own. Watch our video with the beautiful hen and her owner, Liz Milleman to learn Twiggy’s story and what her life is like now! Twiggy’s story Help animals in need like this beautiful hen Register today to more »

Feb 14, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Bake Anna Olson’s Chocolate Peppermint Cupcake Recipe for National Cupcake Day™

Need some inspiration for delicious cupcakes to serve at your National Cupcake Day™ party in support of SPCA’s and Humane Societies across Canada? This easy to make and delicious cupcake recipe by Anna Olson is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Anna Olson is a National Cupcake Day™ supporter and host of the Food Network Canada‘s “Baking With more »

Jan 31, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Join Cupcakeateer Anna Olson & Register for National Cupcake Day™

Anna Olson, National Cupcake Day™ supporter and host of the Food Network Canada‘s “Baking With Anna Olson,” “Fresh with Anna Olson”, and “Sugar,” is getting excited for National Cupcake Day™ for SPCA’s and Humane Societies and you should too! Register today to “BAKE” a difference for animals in need!: http://nationalcupcakeday.ca  National Cupcake Day is February 27th. You can more »

Jan 27, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Thera-PET-ic socks help animals post-surgery

When coming out of spay/neuter surgery, animals need something to slowly bring their body temperatures up. This is where Thera-PET-ic socks come in! These socks are filled with rice and heated in a microwave, and then laid beside the animal. With the socks help, animals have a smoother transition waking up from surgery. In this video, more »

Jan 26, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Service dog helps owner cope with PTSD

Bell Let’s Talk Day is a great opportunity to talk about mental illness and how it affects all of us. Medric “Cous” Cousineau deals with PTSD every day, and he handles it because of his service dog Thai. “She is like an emotional early warning symptom,” Cous says. In this video, Cousineau explains what exactly a more »

Jan 25, 2017
by Emily Cook
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How to become an Ontario SPCA Officer

Have a passion for animals? Interested in Animal Welfare enforcement? Want to become an Ontario SPCA Officer? A common question asked of the Ontario SPCA is, “How can I become an Ontario SPCA Officer?” Here’s some great information from Inspector Brad Dewar to help you figure out what you need join our team. What education do applicants more »

Jan 05, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Welcome the New Year with Nova – Our January star.

Nova came to the Ontario SPCA along with 75 other dogs transferred from Whitefish Bay First Nation in October 2015.  The vet looking after her diagnosed her with heart worm disease and she began the long process of recovery. Today, Nova has fully recovered and is loving her new life with her family. You can learn more »

Jan 03, 2017
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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Meet Picasso! Our December Calendar Star.

Picasso’s owner left him in the Ontario SPCA Provincial Office because he no longer wanted to care for him. After some TLC at the Provincial Education and Animal Centre, he was ready for his forever home! He now has a loving family who are spoiling him rotten, and he’s also the star of our December 2016 Calendar! Watch more »

Dec 06, 2016
by Emily Cook
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