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Swift Current

Upcoming events

  • August 13, 2020 6:00 am2020 SPCA Pet Walk
  • August 29, 2020 9:00 am7th Annual John Mueller Memorial SPCA Radiothon
  • September 7, 2020 8:00 amDeadline for 2021 SPCA Calendar Entries
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Bookstore positions

We need you! SPCA Bookstore Positions Open! If you love books and people and can volunteer some time to help this important fundraiser for the SPCA, we would love to talk to you about the following opportunities at the Bookstore: Bookstore Volunteers: – 2 hour shifts available from Monday to Saturday; sorting and stocking books,… [Read the full article…]

ASK

Could you join our foster program and open your home to a pet for a period of time? We are currently seeking new foster homes for our ASK (Animal Safekeeping) program. This program temporarily places pets with anonymous families while their owners leave situations of domestic abuse and re-establish themselves. Foster families are supported by… [Read the full article…]

Donate a car

Time to move that clunker parked in your driveway or farmyard?? Create some space and donate to the Swift Current SPCA through our new partnership with Donate-a-Car Canada. Donate a Car Canada accepts Vehicle Donations for the SPCA Swift Current. Free towing is provided in most areas across Canada, or you can drop off your… [Read the full article…]

Dog facts

Did you know… The five most common dog names: Male: Bailey, Max, Charlie, Buddy and Rocky Female: Bella, Lucy, Molly, Daisy and Maggie The ten most popular dogs (AKC, 2015) are in order: Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Bulldog, Beagle, French Bulldog, Yorkshire Terrier, Poodle, Rottweiler and Boxer A famous Beagle you might have… [Read the full article…]

Why cats and kittens make great pets

Why cats and kittens make great pets If you’re already a “cat person”, you don’t need to be convinced that a cat or kitten makes a great pet! But anyone can learn to love cats, and for modern lifestyles, choosing to adopt a cat or kitten is a relatively low maintenance pet choice, particularly if… [Read the full article…]

Pets and stress

Come and rescue yourself… Caring for a pet has many benefits – including reducing your stress levels! Studies also found that: Pet owners are less likely to suffer from depression than those without pets. People with pets have lower blood pressure in stressful situations than those without pets. Playing with a pet can elevate levels… [Read the full article…]

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