The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society transports about 500 animals annually to areas of the province where there are families waiting to adopt. We work closely with communities and partnering organizations to change lives.
Animal North Network – A lack of access to basic animal wellness services, such as veterinarians and spay/neuter services, has contributed to an increase in animal populations, particularly dogs, across Northern Canada. The Ontario SPCA and its partners in the Animal North Network work alongside communities to deliver much-needed resources, such as food and mobile wellness services, and to manage animal populations through spay/neuter and re-homing initiatives.
United by Animals –This network of SPCAs and humane societies come together regularly to foster meaningful discussion and collaborative opportunities to improve animal well-being across Ontario, Canada and beyond.
Learn more about how we safely and comfortably transport animals. Take a tour of the Ontario SPCA’s animal transport trailer.
With 12 animal centres across the province and a successful adoption program that sees thousands of animals find homes each year, when a request for support comes in, the Ontario SPCA does what it can to change the lives of those animals. Learn more about adoption.