Love your veterinary care team? Show your support during the Ontario SPCA’s Veterinary Appreciation Campaign
Stouffville, ON (June 13, 2022) – Veterinary professionals are the unsung heroes who keep our pets happy and healthy. From June 13-24, the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is celebrating veterinary professionals across Ontario who help us care for the pets we love and encouraging pet parents to do the same by honouring their pet’s primary care team.
The Ontario SPCA is hosting its Veterinary Appreciation Campaign in partnership with participating SPCAs and humane societies across Ontario. To help say thank you to veterinary teams who give so much, pet parents and families are invited to nominate your pet’s veterinary clinic and encourage family and friends to vote in support. The veterinary clinic with the most votes will receive a plaque and a complimentary lunch for their staff.
“Join us as we thank veterinary professionals across the province who give so much to help their patients,” says Dr. Stephanie Black, Chief Veterinary Officer, Ontario SPCA and Humane Society. “We encourage anyone with a pet to take the time to recognize their local veterinary professionals and show them appreciation for the work they do to keep our pets happy and healthy.”
To learn more or nominate your veterinary clinic, visit vetappreciation.ca
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The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society
The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is a registered charity, established in 1873. The Society and its network of communities facilitate and provide for province-wide leadership on matters relating to the prevention of cruelty to animals and the promotion of animal well-being. Offering a variety of mission-based programs, including community-based sheltering, animal wellness services, provincial animal transfers, shelter health & wellness, high-volume spay/neuter services, animal rescue, animal advocacy, Indigenous partnership programs and
The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society Provincial Office sits on the traditional territory of the Wendat, the Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississaugas of Scugog, Hiawatha and Alderville First Nations and the Métis Nation. This territory was the subject of the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement between the Iroquois Confederacy and the Ojibwe and allied nations to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. The treaties that were signed for this particular parcel of land are collectively referred to as the Williams Treaties of 1923.
Three cheers for the volunteers!
Three cheers for the volunteers! Keep doing wonderful work, thank you!