How To Care For Rabbits

Adapted from Animal Sheltering Magazine. Rabbits may be easy to love, but they're not quite as easy to care for. Rabbits are social creat...

NBSPCA Sees Gains in Pet Establishment Licensing

Fredericton, May 31, 2011 - Last year the government of New Brunswick introduced regulations surrounding the licensing of Pet Establishmen...

Rural Dog Tags

Laws in the province of New Brunswick require that all dog owners buy dog tags and that the dogs be registered with the NB SPCA which ha...

  • How To Care For Rabbits

    Adapted from Animal Sheltering Magazine. Rabbits may be easy to love, but they're not quite as easy to care for. Rabbits are social creat...

  • NBSPCA Sees Gains in Pet Establishment Licensing

    Fredericton, May 31, 2011 - Last year the government of New Brunswick introduced regulations surrounding the licensing of Pet Establishmen...

  • Rural Dog Tags

    Laws in the province of New Brunswick require that all dog owners buy dog tags and that the dogs be registered with the NB SPCA which ha...

Our Mission

Our Mission:
We exist to provide province-wide leadership in the humane treatment of animals, enforcement of relevant legislation, public education and advocacy and to ensure shelter for neglected or abused animals.

Our Vision:
Is that animals in New Brunswick will live free of abuse, neglect, abandonment and indifference and that society will value and treat animals with respect.






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Adopting From A Shelter

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Animal shelters are your best source when looking for a pet. Not only do they have a great selection of adult animals for adoption, but they also have kittens and puppies, even purebred animals.
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New Brunswick SPCA Annual General Meeting

New Brunswick SPCA
Annual General Meeting

2PM
Sunday, May 4, 2014
Crown Plaza
659 Queen St
Fredericton NB E3B 5A6
St. John Room

 
NBSPCA Press Release

On Tuesday, February 5th, 2013, Julienne Elizabeth Power appeared in Caraquet Provincial Court and pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to provide an animal with adequate medical attention under the New Brunswick SPCA Act. The charges were laid as a result of an incident that occurred on July 18th, 2012, in Bas-Caraquet, where a puppy was reported to have fallen from a 2nd story window the previous day and remained where it fell.

The RCMP was called to assist the NBSPCA as they had police officers in the area who were able to immediately respond to the call.

The five month old puppy was taken to a veterinarian and later euthanized due to the extent of its injuries. Power was convicted, ordered to pay $100 restitution for the veterinarian bill, and is prohibited from owning animals in the province of New Brunswick for a period of three years.

 
Fall 2012 Newsletter

fall2012We are pleased to announce that the Fall  2012 issue of the New Brunswick SPCA is now available!


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From the President's Message:
"In June I assumed the presidency of the New Brunswick SPCA, replacing former president Joy Bacon, who steps down after providing four busy years of strong leadership for the NBSPCA. Fortunately, Joy remains on the board of directors in her position as past-president.

Having served as president of the NBSPCA before, I am well aware of the many challenges the office brings. This year, however, the presidency brings special challenges. Several individuals whose work has been vital to the society have recently moved on to other opportunities and have left the NBSPCA with big shoes to fill."