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First Nations, Mobile Vet and BC SPCA come together to combat pet overpopulation

October 7, 2015

A First Nations Community, a mobile veterinary business and the BC SPCA are all working together to tackle pet overpopulation in the Cariboo region of the province.

“Gone Batty” workshops challenge kids’ ideas of less popular animals

October 5, 2015

Are bats, snakes and spiders really spooky, or just misunderstood? Just in time for Halloween, select BC SPCA locations will be hosting “Gone Batty” Pro-D Day workshops on October 23.

Horses, goat and chickens find new homes at Surrey adoptathon

October 1, 2015

The BC SPCA’s cruelty investigations department hosted an adoptathon for farm animals seized in recent animal cruelty investigations on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Take action for farm animals this month, support positive change

September 30, 2015

October is Farm Animal Month at the BC SPCA, and the organization is encouraging British Columbians to take action for more than 100 million farm animals raised in B.C. each year.

BC SPCA’s new facilities plan moving forward

September 30, 2015

Thanks to a $5-million boost from the provincial government earlier this year, the BC SPCA’s Facilities Development and Services Plan is moving forward.

Fright night: Keep pets’ safety in mind this Halloween

September 30, 2015

With fall just arrived and Halloween around the corner, it’s a good time to think about the animals in your care and their safety at night.

Resource guarding is natural for dogs: Help prevent it with training tips

September 30, 2015

Sometimes, your pet dog might growl when he’s approached while eating, or when a toy gets taken away. But canines are born with the instinct to guard their resources.

Be a #SnakeHero

September 22, 2015

Like all wild animals, snakes face a number of serious threats such as habitat loss and climate change. Find out what you can do to help snakes in your backyard – and as an advocate.

Click away: Still time to enter Wildlife-In-Focus Photography Contest

September 18, 2015

Amateur photographers across British Columbia still have nearly two weeks to get their entries into the BC SPCA’s Wildlife-In-Focus Photography Contest.

Chilliwack SPCA hopes public can help Guiness get a leg up on life

September 15, 2015

Even with deformed front legs, Guiness is an affectionate young dog who only wants to lavish his love upon the humans around him.

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