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New article co-authored by BC SPCA and international experts in Conservation Biology journal

February 12, 2017

A globally diverse group of 20 academics and humane groups has concluded changing human practices to coexist with wildlife is the first step when considering whether, and how, to control wildlife.


BC SPCA invites public to cuddle with pups to raise awareness about National Cupcake Day™

February 9, 2017

The BC SPCA is inviting animal lovers from across the Lower Mainland to drop by a Cupcakes and Cuddles pop-up event on Thursday, Feb. 16 in downtown Vancouver.


Ease her pain: Maple Ridge staff hope public can help sweet Roxy

February 7, 2017

She came into BC SPCA care screaming in pain. Roxy, a young, long-legged fawn Chihuahua at the Maple Ridge BC SPCA Branch, has one knee that slips out of place, causing her great pain.


From seizure to success: Langley 66 adoptee now helping others as a therapy dog

February 1, 2017

Emily, formerly Chilli, a Bernese Mountain dog seized with 65 other animals from a puppy mill in Langley last February, is thriving in her forever home with local lawyer Chris Ness.


Helping animals has never tasted so sweet

February 1, 2017

Did you know that baking cupcakes will help animals in need? Erin Ryan and her cat Grubber are baking cupcakes to help SPCAs and humane societies for National Cupcake Day on Feb. 27.


Buy me dinner? BC SPCA Wild ARC patients need love, too

February 1, 2017

About to be released back into the wild, the four raccoons are instantly curious, their dexterous black paws thrust through the carrier cages doors to touch their new surroundings.


It’s still cold outside: Ensure your dog is safe and warm this winter

February 1, 2017

Baby, it’s still cold outside. That’s why it’s still important to think of your furry family member during the winter months, especially when you bring him outside.


What not to feed your dog: Human food can be toxic for Fido

January 31, 2017

People food isn’t always good for your canine companion, no matter how much he might beg for it. But it’s usually best to refrain from sharing your meals and recreational habits with your dog.


Government of B.C. announces $5 million for BC SPCA’s capital plan

January 31, 2017

The B.C. Government has announced an additional $5 million for the BC SPCA to support the society’s eight-year Facilities Development and Services Plan to replace or renovate aging shelters.


Good Karma: Sweet Maltese in Penticton hoping for happy retirement

January 30, 2017

Staff at the BC SPCA South Okanagan-Similkameen Branch are hoping a sweet senior canine has some good karma coming her way.


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