The mission of the NB SPCA is to provide province-wide leadership in humane treatment of animals, enforcement of relevant legislation, public education and advocacy, and to ensure that shelter is provided for neglected or abused animals.
The vision of the NB SPCA 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.
The New Brunswick SPCA is responsible under contact with the NB Provincial Government for dog control in the rural areas and Public Service Districts of the province.
Each of us has the power to make a meaningful difference in the lives of neglected and abused animals. By reporting cases of suspected or known animal cruelty and neglect, you are offering defenceless animals protection and a second chance. You may also be helping other current and future victims.
All establishments in New Brunswick that raise dogs for sale or required to undergo an annual inspection and obtain a Pet Establishment License through the New Brunswick SPCA.
There are so many ways you can make a donation to the NBSPCA! Just find the right one for you. Your gift will save animals' lives, and work to prevent future cruelty. Every donation can make a difference for an animal in need. Thank you!
The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the NBSPCA will be held on Sunday,
May 7, 2017, at the Maritime Forestry School, Room 228 in Fredericton,
beginning at 2 p.m. Members and all those interested in animal protection
are warmly invited to attend. Annual memberships can purchased at the
door and will cost $20.
The New Brunswick SPCA invites comments from the public on this
draft document. Direct comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our Cover Photo:
Brooklyn is a five year old female Boxer Malamute mix. She was a rescue adopted from the Fredericton SPCA as a puppy. To say she was a challenge is putting it mildly. She was hyperactive with hip dysplasia and she even ate an AA battery! She had an operation to remove the battery, wore a brace for her hip until her muscles strengthened and was on medication for year to calm her down. They say you love the ones that need you more; in that case, she is well-loved by the Mignault family.