Friday, January 13, 2017

Meet Mr. Pickles

Mr. Pickles is a male hedgehog that needs some tender loving care.  He has a bit of an attitude and he should not go to a family with young children as he has an attitude.  Mr. Pickles will bite and hiss at people he does not know.  His new family will have to be very patient with him while he learns to trust them.  He has been making progress at the shelter.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Breeze (reserved) and her babies

Breeze, Mom, Australian Shepherd mix ( reserved)
Sponsorship available

Baloo (m) at 2.5 weeks
sponsorship available
Becca (f) at 2.5 weeks
sponsorship available

Monday, October 17, 2016


Sponsorship available

Ryker is a neutered male,lab cross.  He is an energetic one year old who came to us from the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force. Ryker enjoys his leash walks and is working on his manners.

Thursday, August 25, 2016


Meet Jose! He is a one year old, neutered, male Pitbull.  Jose does not like cats and must be in a feline free home. He can be selective with his canine friends and requires a slow introduction to most other dogs.  He would be best in a home with no small children. He does like ice cream, belly rubs and requires moderate exercise. He is excellent on leash and  knows sit and stay. He loves "his" people and would thrive in a loving home because he finds shelter life somewhat stressful. We are searching for a home that can offer him benvalent leadership therefore Jose must have an owner with breed experience who is willing to continue working with him. All applicants will be thoroughly screened including a home visitation.

Jose is sponsored by Lizzie Kowalchuk

Wednesday, August 3, 2016


 Jimmy is a 1 year old neutered male Lab cross. He has an aversion to being on leash so we continue to work on leash skills.He knows sit and is housetrained. Jimmy is full of energy but loves to snuggle after his exercise. He would be best in a home without small children. Jimmy is high energy and at times over zealous with his play in particular tug of war. He is a dog with a big heart because, despite being found in an unfortunate situation he still loves human attention. Jimmy would love a forever home perferably with a large yard or an acreage/farm and a job to do! He loves being outside but requires a warm bed at night.

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.