Peter Hans SPAHR and Linda C. SPAHR of the Tofield area pleaded guilty on August 21, 2019 in Vegreville Provincial Court to two counts each of causing an animal to be in distress under the Animal Protection Act (APA) 2(1) and for failing to provide veterinary care for an animal that is sick or injured
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Peter and Linda SPAHR are prohibited from owning or having joint care or custody of more than fourteen (14) horses for a period of fifteen (15) years. The prohibition order grants the Alberta SPCA authority to attend properties owned by the Spahrs, without warrant, to inspect the horses and to ensure compliance with the prohibition order.
The Alberta SPCA encourages livestock owners to make arrangements now for winter feed for their animals. This has been a tumultuous year for investigations of underfed livestock in Alberta, particularly for horses. With another year of challenging hay production before us, the Alberta SPCA urges animal owners to seek out and lock in feed immediately
As the temperature rises, so do the number of calls about dogs being left in vehicles. Most people understand that leaving a pet in a vehicle on a hot day can lead to death or serious health problems for dogs in a very short period of time. However, even on mild summer days it does
On April 30, 2019 Garnet and Joann Schultz were handed a life-time prohibition from having custody of animals other than one dog. In December of 2016, the Alberta SPCA received a public complaint of numerous horses, cattle, llamas, and donkeys in distress on a rural property in the Tees area. Forty-one cattle, 16 horses, 17
Tracey Angell is prohibited from owning more than four horses for a period of 10 years. As part of the prohibition order, a Peace Officer can attend her property at any reasonable time to inspect the horses, and seize any animals in excess of the prohibition order. The prohibition order is in effect from April
Tracey Angell pleaded guilty in Westlock Provincial Court on April 3, 2019 to one count under the Animal Protection Act (APA) of causing animals to be in distress. Two additional charges under the APA were withdrawn. Angell was fined $2,000 dollars and given a 10 year prohibition from owning no more than four horses. As
Porsha Flood is prohibited from owning, possessing or having care or control of any animals for a period of three years. Alberta SPCA Peace Officers may inspect her property at any time to ensure compliance without warrant. Prohibition order is in effect from Dec 21, 2018 to Dec 21, 2021.
Porsha Flood pleaded guilty in December 2018 to one count under the Animal Protection Act of causing a dog to be in distress. A dog that had been under Ms. Flood’s care was taken to a veterinary clinic and found to be severely malnourished. It’s believed the dog did not have access to food and
Alberta SPCA News
What Happens When Your New Dog Stays Home Alone? One of the good news stories during the COVID-19 crisis has been the overwhelming number of people offering to foster or adopt pets. It seems many had wanted to include an animal in their family and decided that since they were home most of the time,
We have an amazing update to share with you as part of our Sharing #Pawsitivity campaign. Chip is one of the numerous mini horses we seized last year due to distress, and he found a great home through our Rehoming Sale last July. Chip’s owner, Sarah shared these videos of Chip with us to let
Media Release Edmonton Families Can Now Access Food For Pets May 6, 2020 During the COVID-19 crisis, the Alberta SPCA is encouraging animal owners contact our office before their animals become distressed in order to discuss ways we can help. Our organization knows, when people suffer animals suffer, and we would like to help before
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