February 1, 2022

Join the National Cupcake Day™ celebrations and do something sweet for animals in need

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Changing the lives of animals for the past 10 years, one cupcake at a time Stouffville, ON (Feb. 1, 2022) – National Cupcake…
January 28, 2022

We’re raising the woof at the Ontario SPCA Provincial Dog Rehabilitation Centre

The Ontario SPCA Provincial Dog Rehabilitation Centre is getting closer to reaching the finish line. The roof is now closed in and walls are…
January 27, 2022

Make National Cupcake Day™ the sweetest day of the year with these drool-worthy pup-cakes

Making “pupcakes” is easy and fun for the whole family. Get your entire family involved in making a special treat for their furry friend in honour…
January 27, 2022

$260K PetSmart Charities of Canada™ grant moves Peterborough Animal Care Centre closer to completion

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Peterborough, ON (January 27, 2022) – The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society and the Peterborough Humane Society (PHS) received a boost from PetSmart…
January 25, 2022

How being a pet parent benefits mental health

Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day, and in honour of that, we’re highlighting some ways being a pet parent benefits mental health. During a…
January 24, 2022

Winter grooming tips for your dog

How does winter impact your dog’s grooming routine? In Canada’s harsh winters, exposure to cold air and snow can cause dry, itchy skin, cracked paws…
January 21, 2022

Anxiety, pets, and mental health

Can your companion animals suffer from anxiety? The ASPCA has a very helpful blog outlining “Can Pets Suffer from Anxiety?” and we’d like to…
January 20, 2022

Ontario SPCA Lennox & Addington Animal Centre seeks help with cold weather upgrades

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Freezing temperatures force the animal centre to temporarily close its doors Napanee, ON (January 20, 2022) – A recent cold snap has left…
January 20, 2022

Feline fun: Advance your cat’s cues

Back in the summer, we shared some easy cues to teach your cat. Once you’ve mastered those cues and are looking for more of…
January 14, 2022

Working together to reduce animal overpopulation in Curve Lake First Nation

When Melinda Taylor’s grandfather passed away, she knew she had big shoes to fill to continue his legacy of helping animals in the community.

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As an animal lover all the work you do

As an animal lover all the work you do to help ensure that every dog and cat can find their forever home that is filled with love is greatly appreciated.

-Louie