When you see wonderful homeless Shepards like this saved from mange and health problems, you have to wonder why people go out and buy one. (Karen…are you reading this?)
This shelter meets the needs of low-income earners, seniors, and indigenous pet owners who would not be able to afford regular veterinary fees.
They receive no government funding or subsidies, that is why we were so glad to assist them to protect and provide temporary shelter and comfort to all companion animals in need, while promoting adoptions for unwanted, abused, neglected and abandoned pets.
5 bonded Finches up for adoption. They are so much more than adopting out dogs & cats.
All 3 of these pictures show the combine effort of the Ontario SPCA, the Niagara OSPCA, and the Region of Durnham Humane Society, providing low cost spays, neuters, and wellness clinics.