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

Check back often for the latest Vancouver Animal Hospital news! We post updates on volunteer orientations, fundraising events and much more!

Kamloops man charged with animal cruelty after killing family dog

March 22, 2016

Crown counsel has charged Kamloops resident Christopher Mathes with animal cruelty under the Criminal Code of Canada in the beating death of the family’s Chihuahua-mix dog.

Beneficial bugs? You better bee-lieve it!

March 22, 2016

Spring is here! Find out how you can make your green spaces more attractive to beneficial bugs.

Penticton SPCA staff hoping for better luck for sweet black cat cutie Riva

March 18, 2016

Staff at the Penticton SPCA are hoping for the public’s help with getting four-year-old Riva, a sweet black cat with stunning green eyes, the surgery she needs to relieve her discomfort.

Less than 50 cat sterilization surgeries remaining for Campbell River SPCA to reach goal

March 17, 2016

Fix 400 cats in Four Months, a spay/neuter initiative for cats in Campbell River, has been an overwhelming success, with less than 50 cats remaining to be sterilized.

Win big and help animals too: BC SPCA Lottery for animals in need is back

February 29, 2016

With the return of the BC SPCA Lottery for animals in need, you can win big by helping animals and potentially, put thousands of extra dollars in your pocket.

Chilliwack SPCA closes to the public as it deals with animals seized from breeder

March 15, 2016

The Chilliwack SPCA is temporarily limiting public access as it takes in several cats who were recently seized from a Surrey breeder/boarder.

Applications now being accepted for Langley puppy mill dogs

March 14, 2016

The Vancouver BC SPCA Branch is now accepting new applications for the adult dogs recently seized from the Langley puppy mill and will be reviewing accordingly.

A Wild Place to Recover: Explore the Rehabilitation Process at Wild ARC’s Open House

March 4, 2016

Ever wondered what happens to wildlife that gets into trouble in our urban and rural communities?

More than 250 cats spayed, neutered through Cranbrook SPCA

March 10, 2016

The BC SPCA East Kootenay Branch is excited to announce that more than 250 cats have been spayed and neutered since launching a no-cost spay/neuter program for Cranbrook residents last June.

BC SPCA supports e-petition to end captivity of marine mammals

March 2, 2016

A Canadian senator and Canada’s only Green Party Member of Parliament are supporting a new e-petition calling for the end of captivity of whales and dolphins, along with the BC SPCA.

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