Come meet Luna, our 28th annual Wiggle Waggle Walk’s Spokesdog.
- Why is her tongue hanging to the side?
- Why was she chosen as the spokesdog?
- What’s her story?
- What’s her favourite toy?
Find answers to these and more questions on Saturday August 26th at Ren’s in Waterdown. Snap a picture with selfie and learn how your donations help animals like Luna.
The Hamilton/Burlington SPCA is thrilled to announce that our $20.00 spay/neuter program is back!
Our ninth registration will be held on Tuesday September 5th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA (245 Dartnall Rd)
– Open to pet cats and stray cats
– Payment of $20 cash required at time of registration
– Open to residents of L8W, L9B & L8J postal codes only. Proof of address must be shown
– Maximum of 3 cats per household
– Cats must be between 4 months and 5 years of age
– DO NOT BRING YOUR CAT TO REGISTRATION
– Limited availability
Simple Steps Save Shelter Pets
We’re going back to Bayfront Park for the 28th annual Wiggle Waggle Walk. Gather your friends, family, co-workers, and of course, your dogs, for a day filled with fun activities for the entire family.
Interact with our vendors and other animal lovers while raising funds for our shelter animals.
Sign up today at http://hbspca.kintera.org/walk
Why should I microchip my pet?
Micro chipping is a wonderful thing you can do for your pet.
Pets that have microchips have a far greater chance of being reunited with their family when they get lost, or even stolen. According to the American Humane Association, only 22% of lost dogs overall were returned to their families, while the return-to-owner rate for micro chipped dogs was over 52%.
Microchips are approximately the size of a grain of rice and are inserted beneath an animal’s skin, between its shoulder blades. The process is painless and takes about 2 minutes. Each microchip has a unique identification number and contains contact information for the pet’s owner. A scanner is used to collect the information on the microchip once it has been inserted. Each microchip (only one per animal is necessary) costs $20, and provides a permanent means of identification for each pet.
What is the price?
$20 for a microchip, OR, $25 for both a microchip and a rabies vaccine.
Note: if you have any vaccine records for your pet, please bring them that day with you