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BC SPCA opposes Oak Bay deer cull

January 30, 2015

The BC SPCA is strongly urging the District of Oak Bay to reconsider its plan to cull up to 25 deer.


Dogwalker who left animals to die given six months in jail, lifetime ban on looking after pets

January 28, 2015

Lower Mainland dogwalker Emma Paulsen was sentenced today to six months in jail and has been given a 10-year ban on owning animals and a lifetime ban on caring for other people’s pets.


What’s in store at upcoming youth workshops?

January 28, 2015

What do cupcakes, clicker training and handcrafted cat toys have in common? They’re all activities being offered at BC SPCA youth workshops this February.


Animal cruelty charges approved against Des Hague

January 23, 2015

Crown counsel has approved animal cruelty charges against former Centerplate CEO Des Hague following a BC SPCA investigation into the case.


Help Fight Animal Cruelty with Cupcakes on February 23

January 16, 2015

We’re calling on all bakers and animal lovers to “bake” a difference for animals in need for the third annual National Cupcake Day™ on Monday, Feb. 23.


Burnaby and Surrey veterinarians take action to help homeless animals

January 16, 2015

Sunday is often a day of rest, but Sunday, Jan. 25 will be a day of volunteering for two local veterinary clinics – all to help animals in need.


BC SPCA celebrates the New Year with fantastic feline news

January 9, 2015

As British Columbians bring in 2015, the BC SPCA is celebrating a successful year of spaying and neutering outdoor cats throughout British Columbia.


BC SPCA school programs: Humane education resources for teachers

January 1, 2015

The BC SPCA is encouraging educators to incorporate animal welfare learning into classroom and extra-curricular activities.


Registration now open for January youth workshops

January 1, 2015

The BC SPCA humane education department is kicking off 2015 by hosting 11 youth workshops at seven locations this month, as well as introducing an after-school program in Victoria.


Bringing outdoor dogs inside

January 1, 2015

Meet Dante, a loveable German shepherd-cross surrendered by his owner after a cruelty investigation was conducted by the BC SPCA. Learn more about Dante’s story and bringing outdoor dogs inside.


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