Our mission: To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.

Location and contact information
Volunteer Branch
(no physical address)

(250) 559-8807

Welcome to the BC SPCA Haida Gwaii Branch website. Although we do not have a physical shelter location, we help hundreds of animals find new homes every year. All of the animals available for adoption are housed at foster homes, cared for by community volunteers. Arrangements can always be made for viewing animals, just contact us! We appreciate all of your support, and for making the BC SPCA your first adoption option!

In the news

Williams Lake SPCA hoping public can help dog whose leg was shot off

October 20, 2016

After having his leg shot off at the elbow, a dog at the Williams Lake SPCA must have the entire leg amputated.

Mission woman banned from keeping animals

October 19, 2016

A Mission woman has been sentenced to three years’ probation and a 15-year ban on keeping animals, following a BC SPCA investigation.

Rare bird lands at BC SPCA’s Wild ARC with broken wing

October 19, 2016

Staff at the BC SPCA’s Wild ARC on Vancouver Island are hoping the public can help a short-eared owl fly again, after she was found by the side of the road with a broken wing.

Community cats find hope through BC SPCA Kamloops TNR Program

October 16, 2016

In honour of National Feral Cat Day on Oct. 16, the BC SPCA is recognizing the many volunteers and staff dedicated to reducing overpopulation across B.C.

Vancouver Island woman charged in dog beating

October 13, 2016

Charges of animal cruelty have been laid against a Vancouver Island woman accused of beating a seven-year-old teacup Chihuahua so severely that the dog had to be euthanized due to critical distress.

Visit our news page for these and other news stories and announcements from the Queen Charlotte Islands Branch of the BC SPCA.

 Pet on the Net 

'Pet on the Net' features an animal currently in our care and available for adoption.

Betty is waiting to meet you!

Happy Endings

Happy Endings are updates on adopted animals who found their new forever home.

Meet Max & Bella, another SPCA Alumni!


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