THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Our mission: To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.

Location and contact information
10235 Jackson Road
Maple Ridge, B.C.
V2W 0A9
(604) 463-9511
mapleridge@spca.bc.ca

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Esquimalt man receives lifetime ban on owning animals

July 31, 2014

An Esquimalt resident has received a lifetime ban on owning animals following a BC SPCA animal cruelty investigation.


Five tips to keep your pets safe this summer

July 31, 2014

As the temperature rises, so do the risks for your pet.


Owner of emaciated dog rescued near Port Hardy banned from keeping animals for 10 years

July 31, 2014

Rupert Wilson, the owner of a two-year-old shepherd-cross dog who was found emaciated and near death near Port Hardy last November, has received a 10-year prohibition on owning animals.


Island SPCA staff hope public can help care for influx of bulldogs

July 31, 2014

There are more than the usual number of dogs at several BC SPCA shelters on Vancouver Island this week.


BC SPCA encourages animal lovers to play it safe with dogs

July 30, 2014

As British Columbians enjoy the dog days of summer, the BC SPCA is reminding everyone of the need to be vigilant when approaching and interacting with our canine companions.


Help a Squamish kitty get the care she needs

July 25, 2014

An affectionate cat at the Squamish SPCA needs some help from her animal-loving friends.


Tiny dog trio needs public’s help for a chance at better lives

July 24, 2014

North Peace SPCA staff are hoping the public can help a trio of tiny dogs have a new lease on life.


Fireworks are fun for people, not pets

July 24, 2014

Along with warm summer nights come campfires, barbecues and fireworks.


Don’t feed the animals…

July 22, 2014

Feeding wildlife may seem like an enjoyable way to connect with nature, but it can often lead to serious problems for species like squirrels, raccoons, deer and bears.


Emergency prep for pets is key when seconds count

July 18, 2014

‘Be prepared’ is a great motto, but some may not be as prepared as they think in the event of an emergency.


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