Warren House, Canadian Trade Marketing Manager, Nutrience, outlines how Nutrience has helped animal welfare across Ontario, how they have helped Ontario SPCA Rescue & Relief services and why they chose to help animal welfare.
Connie Mallory, Chief Inspector, Ontario SPCA, explains more about the Ontario SPCA Rescue & Relief services. Connie also highlights the challenges that face the Ontario SPCA when providing this service
Lynn Michaud, Ontario SPCA Regional Inspector and Executive Director, Timmins & District Humane Society discusses how the Ontario SPCA is building relationships with Northern Reserves. Lynn also discusses how the Ontario SPCA is using Humane Education to help encourage responsible pet ownership.
Judy Decicco, Board Member, Thunder Bay & District Humane Society highlights the Humane Education programs at the Society and the relationship building they are looking to develop with the police auxiliary.
Larry Wilkinson, Senior Inspector, Ontario SPCA, explains what puppy mills are, what the Ontario SPCA is doing to stop them and how the public can help.
John Shawn McIntyre, Community Relations Manager, Kijiji, shares how Kijiji is working with the Ontario SPCA and other animal welfare organizations across Canada to stop puppy mills.
Dave Wilson, Director of Shelter Health & Wellness, Ontario SPCA, explains what the Ontario SPCA Educational Conference is, who attends, what content is provided and how it benefits animal welfare.
John Sharp, Business Development Manager, IAMS, shares how collaboration is important to better animal welfare. John also discusses how IAMS is working together with organizations across Canada to help more animals.
Dr. Magdalena Smrdelj, Acting Chief Veterinary Officer, Ontario SPCA, speaks to spaying and neutering, how it affects the animal, what the benefits are and why the owner should have their pet fixed.
John Greer, Executive Director, Welland and District SPCA, profiles the new Welland & District Humane Society’s Spay/Neuter program, how it will affect the community and how it will help animal welfare.
Dr. Barb Brier, Veterinarian , Veterinary Emergency Clinic, explains how extreme heat affects our pets, highlighting how heat can be dangerous and what you need to do if you suspect an animal may be suffering from heat stroke.
Constable Marina Orlovski, Crime Prevention Officer, York Regional Police, outlines the laws that protect animals left in vehicles.
Tanya Firmage, Director of Operations, Animal Welfare, discusses what an animal care plan is and how it is developed and specifically tailored to each animal that is brought in to one of the Ontario SPCA Branch shelters.
Carol May-MacQuillan, Senior Manager, Volunteer Development, highlights the many roles a volunteer may take on within the organization. She discusses how each role benefits the animals and the volunteer, who can volunteer, and how you can become a volunteer.
Agent Brad Dewar, Investigations & Communications Officer, discusses what the Ontario SPCA does as an organization and defines what the different roles in the organization are. Are you wondering what the difference between an animal control officer and investigator is? Agent Dewar answers this question and more.
Darren Grandel, Senior Inspector, discusses agent training. He details how you can get involved in pursuing a career with the Ontario SPCA and outlines the different training procedures agents have to undergo before they can become an active Agent with the Ontario SPCA.
Mike Arms, President of Helen Woodward Animal Center and Founder of Iams Home 4 the Holidays, discusses what the Iams Home 4 the Holidays Adoption Program is and how the public can get involved.
Dave Wilson, Director of Shelter Health and Wellness, explains how the Meet Your Match® Adoption Program works, why it is successful and how the public and other shelters can get involved.
Marc Ralsky, Director of Community and Donor Development, discusses the role of the Ontario SPCA, how it is funded and how the public can support the Society’s programs and services.
Heather McLean, Senior Manager of Integrated Development, discusses how the Ontario SPCA Paws & Give program works, how it will allow donors more control over their donation distribution and when the public can take advantage of the program.
Jenn Toof, Acting Branch Manager of the Provincial Education and Animal Centre, discusses proper cat care and safety, and what you can do to keep your cat healthy and safe.
Roxanne St. Germain, Director, Toronto Feral Cat Project, discusses what a feral cat is, why it is important to manage feral cats and how you can do your part to help control the pet overpopulation crisis in Ontario.