Wednesday, July 5, 2017


Meet Quincy.  He is a shy dog who warms up to humans with a slow introduction. Quincy  loves to be rubbed behind his ears.  He is busy settling into he new accommodations while he awaits his forever family.

Nora and her babies (all 10)

Nutmeg - female
Nova - female

North - male

Niley - female

Night - male

Nigel - male

Nellie - female
Nano - female

Nala - female

Nanci - female

Nora - Mom

Nora's gang is all here.  She has 10 beautiful babies! There are three boys and 7 girls.  They are about two weeks old and will be ready to go to their new forever homes around August 18th.  They can be reserved but they need to stay with Mom until they are eight weeks old. 

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Daisy is adopted.

Daisy is an old soul. She is approximately ten years old and is a  spayed shepherd/heeler cross. She was found on Seabolt Drive and has gone unclaimed!  Daisy seems to be deaf  however she does respond to some hand signals. She loves gentle walks and sleeping much of the day away. She is a quiet well mannered dog who needs a gentle loving home to spend the remainder of her years!

Sunday, May 14, 2017


Malibu is a  soon to be spayed female shepherd cross. She is friendly, good on leash and loves to play with toys. This gorgeous girl is available for viewing.   

Monday, February 27, 2017

Elvis is still in the building!

Elvis has had a hair cut!

Elvis - male, six months of age

Elvis is a very social guinea pig. He enjoys cuddles and hanging out in his cage. He is easy to handle and enjoys being groomed. Elvis would love to find his forever home.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Sponsorship: Can't adopt? Want to help?

We have decided to offer sponsorships of the pets in our care.  Many people can't adopt a pet but they would like to support one.  By sponsoring a pet you can help pay some of the costs of the care of the dogs or cats in the care of the SPCA.

How does it work?

For a $25 donation you can sponsor a dog or cat of your choice for the duration of its stay at the SPCA. Your name will appear under the animal's picture on the blog, on the animal's kennel and on Facebook with the animal from time to time.  It can be a personal name or a company name. If you don't want your name listed it can be recorded as anonymous.

Only one sponsor per animal and first come-first sponsored. Sponsorship can be done by dropping into the SPCA between 9-1 and 6:30-8:30 daily or by calling the SPCA with your credit card.

If you have any questions please email Cathy at

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Volunteer Opportunities

The SPCA is currently looking for assistance with bottle sorting.  The volunteering includes moving bottles in the SPCA van (you must have a driver's license) to the bottle depot, sorting and counting bottles.  Some bags and boxes are heavy so a good back is an asset. Hours are flexible. If you are interested please contact Cathy at 780.817.1075.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Bottle Drive

The SPCA is holding our annual bottle drive but we are doing it a little differently this year.  We are asking  that people with a small amount of bottles drop them at the SPCA at their convience.  For larger loads pick up can be arranged by calling Cathy at 780.817.1075.

The SPCA uses bottle money to help pay for veterinary care, including spays and neuters for the animals in our facility. 

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Got Pennies?

The Bank of Canada may not want pennies but we do!  If you have pennies that you would like to donate we would gratefully accept them.  Don't worry about rolling them, we'll do that. They can be dropped off at the SPCA during regular business hours 9-1 and 6:30-8:30 daily. 

Other items we could use at the SPCA include
     1.  IGA Budget Savers
     2.  Canadian Tire money
     3.  Bottles, cans, juice boxes for recycle.
     4.  Pedigree Puppy Food
For a complete list please scroll to the bottom of this page.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Update on Free to Approved Homes

We currently have a number of cats that are free to approved homes. These cats have either been in residence at the SPCA for longer than six months or are senior cats. They are beautiful felines that are still waiting for a soft place to curl up in their own home. To view these beautiful kitties please go to pages and look under  Free Cats.