Tag: reptiles

Be Pet Prepared for an Emergency

May is Emergency Preparedness Month The Fort McMurray Wildfire in 2016 and the Southern Alberta Flood in 2013 remind us that disaster can strike in Alberta and residents need to be prepared. An emergency plan needs to include your pets, both for evacuation purposes and for reunification should you become separated. During the Fort McMurray

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BETHEL, Dave

Dave Bethel is prohibited for 10 years from owning, caring for, or being responsible for any reptiles or amphibians. Oct. 23, 2015, to Oct. 23, 2025

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Dave Bethel

Bethel pleaded guilty to three charges under the Animal Protection Act for causing or allowing reptiles and amphibians to be in distress, for failing to provide them with adequate food and water, and for failing to treat illness and injury. He was fined $2,000 and is prohibited for 10 years from owning, caring for, or

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GRONDIN, Chantal

Chantal Grondin is prohibited for 10 years from owning any exotic animals, birds or reptiles, more than one dog and more than one cat Prohibition order is in effect from Aug. 30, 2012 to Aug. 30, 2022.

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Alberta SPCA News

acreage horses
Dan Kobe

Hay, Secure Your Feed!

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

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Dan Kobe

Your Vehicle is not a Dogsitter

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

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Dan Kobe

Tips for Finding the Right Boarding Facility

Finding a boarding facility where you can leave your beloved pet for days or weeks is a stressful experience for many. After all, your pets are a part of your family and you want them to have a safe and positive experience, which also allows you to enjoy your time away without worry. Give yourself

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