March 13, 2023

March Break pet travel safety tips

Planning a trip over March Break? If your furry friends are embarking with you on a trip this March Break, we’ve got …
March 9, 2023

Why Do Dogs Get the Zoomies?

Your furry friend is racing around the house as if being chased by an invisible playmate. It started with a play bow an…
March 7, 2023

How to choose a pet sitter

We think a lot about who to hire as a sitter for our children – but what about for our furry friends?  With March…
March 6, 2023

How much company does my rabbit need?

Rabbits are naturally sociable animals, and they enjoy the company of other rabbits if introduced properly. To prevent …
March 3, 2023

Puppy and kitten fragility

Puppies and kittens receive immune protection (maternally derived antibodies – MDAs) by drinking their mom’s first …
March 2, 2023

What is the difference between a registered charity and non-profit organization?

This year, the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is celebrating its 150th anniversary! As we reflect on this milestone an…
February 28, 2023

How to recognize stress in pets

Did you know that just like humans, our furry companions can also experience stress? Here are a few pointers in identif…
February 27, 2023

How to get your cat to love their bed

You’ve decided the old, worn-down cardboard box your cat adores is ready for an upgrade. After a bit of research, you…
February 27, 2023

It’s Cupcake Day for the Ontario SPCA and changing the life of an animal is a piece of cake

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Stouffville, ON (Feb. 27, 2023) – Today is Cupcake Day for the Ontario SPCA, the most delicious …
February 24, 2023

How much do you know about the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society?

Did you know the Ontario SPCA has been in operation for 150 years?  Over the last 150 years, the Ontario SPCA has dir…
February 23, 2023

How can I tell if my animal’s incision is healing properly?

February is Spay/ Neuter Awareness Month! After your best furry friend has had a spay or neuter surgery, you may be won…
February 21, 2023

Five tips to combat smelly kitty litter

Cats typically don’t smell because they are focused on staying clean, so if your nose turns up as you pass the litter…


Thank you so much for all you do

Thank you so much for all you do every day to rescue animals in need. I can’t imagine the terrible situations that you see every day.  It is great that you have the heart to help. Keep up the good work.