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FLEA CONTROL: PREVENTION AND TREATMENT

On 4 June 2014, in Articles, News, by admin

Did you know that fleas can cause your pet various health problems such as intestinal parasites, allergies and skin infections? We encourage flea prevention treatment, which costs considerably less than having to treat an infestation. You can begin a series of treatments during the months of June to November (start earlier if the summer days […]

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AN INSPECTION CASE ENDS WELL FOR THREE DOGS

On 4 June 2014, in Articles, News, by admin

For many years, the Montreal SPCA has been working very hard with the three levels of government (municipal, provincial and federal) to improve animal welfare laws. In 2013, our inspection service investigated 1,102 new complaints and conducted the inspection of 2,846 animals, all species combined. A total of 195 animals were seized as a result of their […]

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Our Development team: raising hope!

On 4 June 2014, in Articles, News, by admin

The Montreal SPCA takes in more than 14,000 animals each year who are surrendered by owners or brought to us as stray. They can be healthy, injured or sometimes in need of special care*. As one of the busiest animal shelters in Canada, we provide varied services for companion and farm animals along with exotic […]

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WORD FROM THE DIRECTOR

On 4 June 2014, in News, by admin

My first job out of college was working as a kennel attendant in an animal shelter. Although my college studies (aeronautical science) had nothing whatsoever to do with my new occupation, I was so very excited to be working alongside other like-minded people to help and to protect animals. After about a year of working […]

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OUR TNRM PROGRAM: HELPING FERAL CATS

On 4 June 2014, in Articles, News, by admin

The Montreal SPCA has implemented a sterilization program for feral cats called TNRM (Trap-Neuter-Release-and-Maintain) in 2010. Feral cats are un-owned community cats. Many are completely wild, are unapproachable and have lived outside for many generations. Others are abandoned domestic pets who have become semi-wild over time. They cannot be handled nor be adopted into homes. […]

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THIS FRIDAY: A SPECIAL DAY FOR OUR ADULT CATS!

On 28 May 2014, in News, by admin

Currently, we have many healthy adult cats available for adoption and our shelter has reached its maximum capacity. We want to find a good adoptive family for each cat, so we decided to organize a special adoption day. That is why this Friday, May 30, 2014, the ADOPTION FEES FOR ADULT CATS (1 year or […]

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INVITATION TO THE MONTREAL SPCA COCKTAIL

On 23 May 2014, in News, by admin

Come have your picture taken with your dog at the SPCA Montreal summer cocktail! – When: Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014 – Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm – Where: Les Eclusiers by Apollo – 400, de la Commune West (corner Mc Gill), Montreal, H2Y 2E2 Tickets: $45 per person, or $80 for two (Drinks and […]

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VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED

On 21 May 2014, in News, by admin

The Montreal SPCA is currently recruiting volunteer drivers to assist us in transporting our animals to various locations. We are looking for drivers who are willing to drive different species of animals from the Montreal SPCA to rescue organizations as well as rehab centers, and other shelters. We ask only that you hold a valid […]

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NATIONAL DOG BITE PREVENTION WEEK

On 18 May 2014, in News, by admin

May 18-24, 2014, is the National Dog Bite Prevention Week in the United States. We take this opportunity to provide you with useful information about this subject. A dog is often a child’s best friend, but it can sometimes engage in a behavior which may lead to bite in certain circumstances. Its victims are usually […]

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The Montreal SPCA helps give a second chance to a young piglet

On 14 May 2014, in Press releases, News, by admin

Montreal, May 14, 2014 – A few weeks ago, a young piglet named Rosalie was found and brought to the Montreal SPCA. She was just a under a month old, and yet all of her teeth and her tail had been cut, which is standard practice in the pork industry. Rosalie is considered to be […]

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