Welcome to the Prince George Spay/Neuter Clinic of the BC SPCA. The BC SPCA Prince George Spay/Neuter Clinic opened in the fall of 2005, to address the growing problem of pet overpopulation in the north.
The clinic offers spay, neuter and vaccine services to the public, and since opening, has performed over 20,000 spay/neuter operations on both publically owned animals and animals going through the BC SPCA shelter system.
The clinic has a full time staff of 4-5 individuals, and relies heavily on public support. Donations are accepted in person as well as via the website.
Pigs are intelligent, social animals that love to explore and "root" around. Yet pigs raised on Canadian farms are normally kept inside on concrete floors, with females kept in confining stalls that cause great stress and frustration.
Please help us spay and neuter 4,000 homeless animals in Prince George each year, so the community can reach zero euthanasia of adoptable animals by 2015!