As a partner, we are exclusively feeding Hill's Science Diet to all the animals in our care!
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The NWT SPCA is a non-profit, charitable, volunteer-ran organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all pets in the NORTH. We do this through public education and awareness, relationship building in communities and partnering organizations outside of the NWT, lobbying government for stronger animal protection legislation, offering various programs and services to the residents in the NWT such as animal rescue and protection initiatives, adoptions and fostering of abandoned, abused and neglected animals. We also offer a spay/neuter loan program to help people with that important but costly surgery.
We currently have a foster program where we have volunteers taking in rescue dogs and cats into their homes until we can get them transferred down south to Alberta, BC or adopt them here in the NWT. We get most of our dogs from the smaller communities of the Territories. We take what we have room for and save as many as possible.
Our new Shelter is open, and we will still continue our foster program as this helps socialize animals for adoption.
The Great Slave Animal Hospital also has many animals that are looking for homes. If you are interested in adopting any of these animals please contact them directly at 867-873-2579 or email email@example.com or click here to see their Petfinder website.
Annual Report 2012/2013 click Here
Great Slave Animal Hosptital is our trusted vet care provider. Please click on the link to access their website. Also GSAH adopts out animals from their shelter on site at the clinic. Please take a look at their page for potential pets.
Our Network of FANTASTIC Rescues
A GREAT BIG Thanks to PAWSitive Match, Red Deer & District SPCA, AARCS, The Spotted Spa, Vancouver Animal Control Shelter , H.E.A.R.T , 780 Kennels, BAPS, ARTS and others who are amazing organizations that are always try to help us get dogs adopted, fostered or relocated after a lengthy stay at the pound or coming out of the communities. Click the image to visit their website!