Upcoming Events

Feb
24
Sat
National Cupcake Day – Bake Sale @ Home Hardware
Feb 24 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us at the Home Hardware on Dartnall Rd. for a delicious, mouth-watering bake sale and help us raise funds for the ones who need it most! Prices will range from $2 – $10. Cash and credit cards will be accepted.

Want to join in forces? National Cupcake Day™ is Monday, February 26, 2018, but you can hold your party on whatever day works best for you! The event is supported by the Ontario SPCA and BC SPCA on behalf of participating local shelters, SPCAs, and Humane Societies.

Fight cruelty with cupcakes and “bake” a difference for animals! Your baking will have a significant impact on the shelters, clinics and animal cruelty inspectors in your community, ensuring that their life-saving work continues.

*Please be sure to consult with your school or other public institution to ensure you are following any food restrictions or guidelines (including nut free or healthy school initiatives).

Feb
26
Mon
National Cupcake Day – Bake Sale @ Hamilton/Burlington SPCA
Feb 26 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us at the HBSPCA for a delicious, mouth-watering bake sale and help us raise funds for the ones who need it most! Prices will range from $2 – $10. Cash and credit cards will be accepted.

Want to join in forces? National Cupcake Day™ is Monday, February 26, 2018, but you can hold your party on whatever day works best for you! The event is supported by the Ontario SPCA and BC SPCA on behalf of participating local shelters, SPCAs, and Humane Societies.

Fight cruelty with cupcakes and “bake” a difference for animals! Your baking will have a significant impact on the shelters, clinics and animal cruelty inspectors in your community, ensuring that their life-saving work continues.

*Please be sure to consult with your school or other public institution to ensure you are following any food restrictions or guidelines (including nut free or healthy school initiatives).

Rabies/Microchip Clinic @ Hamilton/Burlington SPCA
Feb 26 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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

Apr
9
Mon
Rabies/Microchip Clinic @ Hamilton/Burlington SPCA
Apr 9 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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

Jun
11
Mon
Rabies/Microchip Clinic @ Hamilton/Burlington SPCA
Jun 11 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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?

$25 for a rabies vaccine (AND free microchip if one is needed), OR, $20 for a microchip only.
Note: if you have any vaccine records for your pet, please bring them that day with you