April 1, 2019

Living with Wildlife – Bats

In an effort to coexist with wildlife, consider the enormous hardships these intelligent and fascinating wild species e… Read more »
March 31, 2019

Fleas and ticks

Fleas What are Fleas?Fleas are small, parasitic insects that feed by sucking blood from mammals and birds. All… Read more »
March 29, 2019

Ontario SPCA Nutritional Fact Sheet

Feeding your pet a high quality premium diet will contribute to their overall health including, general well-being, wei… Read more »
March 28, 2019

Fix Your Pet: Myths & Facts

Pet overpopulation is an issue in Ontario. This is why the Ontario SPCA promotes Fix Your Pet month! To encourage pet o… Read more »
March 26, 2019

Celebrating Partnerships in the North: Second Chance Pet Network, Dryden, Ont.

Second Chance Pet Network provides a safe haven for surrendered and abandoned animals, pending their adoption into lov… Read more »
March 26, 2019

Urgent appeal update: Hercules has found his loving home!

Hercules has been through so much, and now he’s living the good life with his new family! Suffering from a badly i… Read more »
March 25, 2019

13 Pet Instagram Influencers to Follow

Who doesn’t love to scroll through cute pet photos after a long day?  We’ve rounded up 13 of our favo… Read more »
March 22, 2019

Spay it Forward for Fix Your Pet Month

Reducing pet overpopulation begins with you! Change the future of animal welfare by donating the cost of a spay or neut… Read more »
March 21, 2019

Lost Pet Recovery 101

As loving and devoted pet owners, we rarely expect to lose a pet. Yet each year, more than 10 million pets go mis… Read more »
March 19, 2019

How to Identify Orphaned Raccoons and Squirrels

[caption id="attachment_18447" align="alignright" width="500"] photo credit: DFChurch Eastern Gray Squirrel via photo… Read more »
March 19, 2019

Living with Wildlife – Birds

In an effort to coexist with wildlife, consider the enormous hardships these intelligent and fascinating wild species… Read more »
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.

-Betty