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Animal Protection Line

Animal Protection

Newfoundlanders

Two Newfs and a Leonberger

The Alberta SPCA still has three large breed dogs available for adoption through the Peace Regional SPCA (the dogs are in the north already). These dogs are still looking for homes due to no fault of their own.

All inquires should to be directed via https://www.peaceregionalspca.com/contact

Bertha

Female

3.5 years old

Quiet, great with children of all ages and with other animals. Currently spends a lot of time with Rosa.

Rosa

Female

7 years old

Quiet and a bit shy. Would do better in a home without young children. Is great with other canine companions and spends quite a bit of time with Bertha.

 

Vector

Male – Leonberger breed

6 years old (a senior dog for this breed)

Enjoys time with his female friends but can be selective with males. Vector is still learning leash skills but is improving.

Leonberger breed’s life expectancy is 8-9 years, and Vector is showing signs of aging. He will do well in a home that will provide him with the care a senior dog requires.

Chewy

Male

Age: 1 year, 8 months

Christina

Female:

Age: 1 year, 8 months

Fred

Male:

Age: 2 years old

 

Gucci

Female:

Age: 7 years old

 

Already Adopted

Jesse

Male:

Age: 3 years old

 

Kenai

Female:

Age: 5 years old

 

Marley

Female:

Age: 7 years old

 

Pandora

Female:

Age: 1 year, 8 months

 

Poka

Female:

Age: 5 years old

Regina

Female:

Age: 7 years old

 

Suka

Female:

Age: 3 years old

 

Spine

Male:

Age: 3 years old

 

Report an Animal
in Distress

1-800-455-9003

What happens when you Call?

When you call our Animal Protection Line 1-800-455-9003 we open up a file similar to a police investigation. In order to do so, we need timely, first-hand details to proceed.

What Should you Expect

We open up a file similar to a police investigation. In order to do so, we need timely, first-hand details to proceed. When calling, we will ask for a few simple questions.

When Do We Seize Animals

Alberta SPCA Peace Officers sometimes need to take animals into protective custody. When they do so, the officers will post a notice at the former location of the animals stating the reason for the seizure.

Investigating Neglect & Abuse

Our Peace Officers investigate every complaint we receive. We can only investigate if we have reasonable and probable grounds to believe there may have been an offence under the Animal Protection Act.

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