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Beierbach, Cheyenne

Cheyenne Fern Beierbach is prohibited from possessing, having custody or control of, or residing in the same residence as an animal for 15 years. Ms. Beierbach is permitted to possess, have custody or control of, and reside in the same residence as two dogs in her possession at the time of this order on October

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Curtis Ring

Curtis Ring pleaded guilty on August 16, 2022 for allowing an animal to be in distress under the Animal Protection Act (APA) 2(1). In January 2022, the Alberta SPCA received a public complaint about a steer that appeared lame in the County of Foothills. An Alberta SPCA Peace Officer attended the property and found the

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Bonnie Jean Charron

On July 7, 2022, Bonnie Jean Charron pleaded guilty in provincial court to allowing an animal to be in distress. In June of 2019, the Alberta SPCA received a complaint of a sphinx kitten in distress at a veterinary clinic in the Cochrane area. The kitten was humanely euthanized. The owner/breeder of the kitten, Bonnie

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Palmer, Jamie Ann

Jamie Ann Palmer entered into a common law peace bond on June 21, 2022. As part of the peace bond, Ms. Palmer must keep the peace and be of good behaviour. She shall notify the Alberta SPCA or any peace officer designated by the Alberta SPCA to supervise this order, as to the location of

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Jamie Ann Palmer

Jamie Ann Palmer pleaded guilty in Provincial Court to causing horses to be in distress under the Animal Protection Act 2(1). Alberta SPCA Peace Officers attended a property in Northeastern Alberta in February 2022. On the property, Peace Officers found the remains of several horses. Ms. Palmer was charged with causing animals to be in

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MacKinnon, Grant D.

Grant D. MacKinnon has entered into a Common Law Peace Bond, which includes a condition that he not practice equine dentistry in Alberta for a period of one year. The prohibition period is in effect from May 30, 2022 to May 30, 2023.

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Patricia Moore

On April 8, 2022 Patricia Moore was convicted in Stony Plain Provincial Court of four counts of causing horses to be in distress under the Animal Protection Act 2(1). Ms. Moore was charged following a public complaint of horses in distress on a property near Evansburg, Alberta. Ms. Moore had previously been convicted of causing

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Rose Lee Adamsen

Rose Lee Adamsen admitted in court on July 27, 2021 to causing animals to be in distress. In March 2019, the Alberta SPCA received a public complaint that horses at a trail riding operation west of Rocky Mountain House were in distress. An Alberta SPCA Peace Officer found two horses on a remote property that

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Chhuon Samneang

Chhuon Samneang pleaded guilty on February 19, 2021 in Brooks Provincial Court to two charges under the Animal Protection Act of 2(1) causing an animal to be in distress, and 2.1(b) failing to provide adequate care for an animal that is ill or wounded. Mr. Samneang was fined $1,000 and given a two-year prohibition from

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Samneang, Chhuon

Chhuon Samneang is prohibited from own any animal for a period of two years. This prohibition expires on February 19, 2023.

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Alberta SPCA News

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Dan Kobe

New Executive Director

Introducing Leanne Niblock (and Hope) Animals have been a big part of Leanne Niblock’s life at every stage. Growing up in northwestern Alberta, her family always had horses and cattle, as well as cats and dogs. Once Leanne embarked on her professional career, it seemed a connection to animal welfare was always nearby. Leanne was

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Smoky Conditions Can Affect Animals

It’s smoky in Alberta! We can all feel how the smoke impacts us, and if the smoke is bothering you, it is likely irritating for your pets as well. Wildfires are more common in the United States and the American Veterinary Medical Association lists these tips for keeping your pet healthy during times of intense

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Dan Kobe

Alberta SPCA Helping Animals Impacted By Wildfires

Alberta SPCA Peace Officers and staff are working hard to help animals impacted by wildfires in Alberta. Team members have been active in Drayton Valley and Brazeau County, at the request of the municipalities, feeding animals in their homes, pets that were not able to evacuate with their families. Teams of Peace Officers, staff members,

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