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July 2018

Don Cherry No Hot Pets

Don Cherry wants you to know there's never an excuse for leaving a pet unattended in a vehicle. If you find a pet unattended in a hot vehicle, call 310-SPCA (7722) in Ontario or your local police department.


Businesses pledge support for No Hot Pets

Last year, the Ontario SPCA launched its pet friendly business directory in support of the No Hot Pets campaign. The directory was a huge success with hundreds of businesses across the province taking the pledge and helping spread the awareness of the dangers of leaving pets unattended in vehicles.  

The 2018 Pet Friendly Business Directory is now available!

Businesses who sign up to show their commitment to keeping pets cool this summer will receive a printable sign to display in their store window, letting pet owners know they can bring their animals inside while they shop or do business. 

Interested in joining the growing list of businesses that support No Hot Pets? Sign up today!


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Get your pet fashion-ready for the Friends for Life! Walk™


Want to have the most stylish pup at the 2018 Friends for Life! Walk™? Then you’ll want to get in on this! The first 50 people to register and raise $25 online by July 20th will receive an Ontario SPCA bandana of your choice! To see the options to choose from, visit pawsandgive.ca

Funds raised at the Friends for Life! Walk™ support programs and services provided by Ontario SPCA Animal Centres and Humane Societies across Ontario. By participating in the Walk, you are helping us continue to change the lives of animals in need.

Visit friendsforlifewalk.ca for a location near you – or join us as a virtual walker and participate on a day and time of your choice!

Happy Fundraising!


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Moving your pet to a new home

Having to move from one place to another can be quite a stressful ordeal on its own. Add pets to the mix and there’s even more to think about before making the transition. From selecting your new home to unpacking that final box, the ASPCA has some fantastic tips on how to make the move a smooth one while minimizing the amount of stress on your pets. 

Find out how you can you help make your move easier on your pets by reading the blog How to successfully move homes with your pet.
Road trip with your pet? 

Summer is a great time to get in your car and embark on an adventure! If you plan to bring pets with you though, it’s important to keep a few important safety tips in mind.

Road trips are generally the easiest and most relaxing way to travel with your pet. Train your pet to travel in a car by taking them on lots of short car trips to places they love. For your pet’s safety and your own, confine them to the back seat, either in a carrier or pet seatbelt (a special harness that attaches to the car’s seatbelt).

Keep your pet comfortable throughout the trip. Read the blog Road trip with your pet for tips to prepare for a great adventure with your pet. Make sure you have a plan in place so your pets are never left unattended in your vehicle.

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Reduced wait times for Ontario SPCA's spay and neuter services in Stouffville

Book your appointment now and beat the waitlist! The Ontario SPCA Centre Veterinary Hospital in Stouffville is currently booking cats, both male and female for spay/neuter procedures. 

Wait times for dogs are also reduced to 1-2 months!

Pet overpopulation is an ongoing issue and a direct result of animals left unaltered. In an effort to help reduce pet overpopulation, the Ontario SPCA operates two high volume, high quality spay and neuter services. Through these services, we serve the public, shelters and rescue groups, regardless of geography or income level.

Book your appointment today! Visit spayneuter.ontariospca.ca for more information.
LCBO chooses Ontario SPCA as charity of choice

Now through July 21st, you can support animals by depositing your spare change at any of the 660+ LCBO stores throughout Ontario. Donation boxes for the Ontario SPCA will be displayed at LCBO checkout counters across the province!  

Funds raised from the LCBO Provincial Donation Box Program will support our programs and services, including sheltering and adoptions, humane education, reducing pet overpopulation, emergency rescue and treatment, reuniting lost pets with their owners, spay/neuter services and Rescue & Relief™ services. 

By making a donation, you’re supporting our furry friends, big and small, who have been abused, abandoned, or are in need of help. THANK YOU!
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Thank you to our 2018 Friends for Life! Walk™ Sponsors

Chorus
Bissell
Ren's Pet Depot

 

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