October 8, 2019

Autism and Animal Science – Podcast with Temple Grandin

This is quite the flashback! Four years ago we interviewed Temple Grandin to hear about her life with autism and passion for animal science. We… Read more »
August 20, 2019

What do you know about ticks?

Summer is a great time to enjoy the great outdoors with your pet – but with ticks and Lyme disease spreading in Ontario, how can… Read more »
July 30, 2019

Helping homeless and their pets

For the most part, homeless pet owners provide the animals they care for with love and companionship, but they often lack the financial ability to… Read more »
June 25, 2019

Working cat program: What’s it all about?

At the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society, we strive to find each and every animal that comes into our animal centres, a safe and loving… Read more »
April 30, 2019

What makes animals scientifically good for humans?

To celebrate National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, we’re reposting one of our podcasts from a few years ago, highlighting the human-animal bond and the… Read more »
April 16, 2019

A microchip can make all the difference

The warmer weather means we’re spending more time outside – and so are our pets! This is why it’s more important than ever to microchip… Read more »
April 2, 2019

Facility dogs giving hope to Hospice Simcoe patients

This week we wanted to re-share one of our feel-good podcasts with all of you! When Daisy joined the Hospice Simcoe team, she brought… Read more »
March 5, 2019

Why is fixing your pet so important? Overpopulation curbed by 5.3 million pets and counting.

To celebrate all of the accomplishments of these services, we have Judith Aubin, Senior Manager of Spay/Neuter Services on our podcast. Learn more about Fix Your Pet month and why spaying/neutering pets is so important! Read more »
January 8, 2019

How online veterinarians are changing the way we visit the vet

Yesterday we shared some exciting news, that the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is launching a new program that enables our foster “parents” across the province to connect with veterinarians online when after-hour medical attention is needed. Read more »
Speaking for the ones who can’t speak for themselves

Keep up the good work speaking for the ones who can’t speak for themselves. A society who cares for their animals is a better society.  Thanks for your good work!

-Suzali