August 15, 2019

Foster volunteers needed!!

You can change the life of an animal in need by joining our team of foster volunteers and opening your home and heart to a…
August 9, 2019

Apollo the foal needs your help!

Late last week, we were contacted by a local rescue who had picked up a 3-month-old foal at a sale in very thin body…
August 9, 2019

Five books for pet lovers

In honour of Book Lovers Day today, we want to share some classic pet-related books! If any of them stand out to you, they may…
July 15, 2019

Dog ramp helps trapped raccoons get to safety

A few weeks ago, animal control officers for the Town of Orangeville were called about a mother and three young raccoons stuck in a dumpster.
July 11, 2019

Flow of Life – Animal Rescue Kit for Car Trapped Pets

What do you do when it’s the hottest day of the summer and you come across an animal locked inside a car? The sun…
June 20, 2019

Tour the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society’s new mobile animal wellness unit

MEDIA ADVISORY Tour the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society’s new mobile animal wellness unit Pembroke, ON (June 20, 2019)…
June 11, 2019

Myth busting the grieving process

Our relationships with pets are unique — a heart-warming devotion that goes both ways, between pet and human. This absolute and unconditional love, flowing…
May 16, 2019

Good news story: Muskrat rescue

We love hearing good news stories from our communities! Normally we share success stories about our pets, but this wildlife story was just too…
April 23, 2019

What’s this Working Cats program all about?

One of the goals of the Ontario SPCA when rehoming animals is to find the right home for each animal in its care. Community cats, which some people refer to as feral cats, require alternative homes due to their lack of socialization. The Ontario SPCA is giving these cats “jobs” as working cats.
March 12, 2019

Celebrating 10 years of spay/neuter services

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Ontario SPCA Centre Veterinary Hospital in Stouffville, just outside Newmarket and the Ontario SPCA Marion Vernon Memorial Animal Clinic in Barrie. To date, over 45,219 dogs and 72,418 cats have been spayed/neutered between the two locations.

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Thank you for your dedication

Thank you for your dedication to helping the animals.  Every animal deserves a loving home and to be treated royally.  Just imagine a day without animal cruelty.  What a wonderful day that would be!

-Joan