People for Animal Wellbeing (PAW), formerly Greater Moncton SPCA, is the largest animal shelter in New Brunswick, taking several thousand animals a year.
With a new rebrand launch in 2022, the former name of the Greater Moncton SPCA now known as People for Animal Wellbeing (PAW) will show us as true leaders in animal care. PAW gives a fresh new look and brand name to better tell our story. PAW is dedicated to encouraging and motivating people to show compassion for all animals in their communities.
Visit www.paw-sba.ca to see for yourself the amazing and meaningful work the PAW is doing in your community and to view the beautiful animals up for adoption.
The NS SPCA services rural and urban communities throughout Nova Scotia by having locations in Dartmouth, Cape Breton, Colchester, Kings, Pictou, Yarmouth, Antigonish, Hants, Digby, Queens, and Lunenburg. Within these communities, The NSSPCA provides a safe haven for animals in need through rescue, rehabilitation and adoption services.
Visit spcans.ca to find out more about what the NSSPCA is doing for animals in need in your community.
The PEI Humane Society is the Island’s ONLY Shelter for homeless, injured and lost companion animals. We are a not-for- profit organization that assists over 1600 companion animals each year with no operational funding from any level of government.
Our mission is to promote quality of life for companion animals through: responsible ownership, successful adoptions, education and enforcement of companion animal welfare legislation in Prince Edward Island.
Learn more at www.peihumanesociety.com
SPCA St. John's is an adoption-focused agency helping homeless cats and dogs find happy beginnings. They also work, encourage, and assist with spaying and neutering across the Avalon Peninsula, helping make animal homelessness a thing of the past.
Learn more at: https://spcastjohns.org/
Save Our Scruff (SOS), founded in 2014, is a registered charity and non-profit organization located in Toronto. SOS is dedicated to rescuing dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds - a dog in need is a dog in need. By working with committed volunteers, foster homes, veterinarians, and trainers, SOS is able to provide dogs with necessary medical and rehabilitation while in loving temporary foster care. During this process, SOS works to find them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes. SOS is dedicated to preventing overpopulation as well as stopping the cycle of abandonment/neglect while providing aid/support due to these concerns.
To date, Save Our Scruff has facilitated over 2,000 adoptions, averaging 50 per month. To learn more and find out how you can help, visit www.saveourscruff.org.