How do I foster a dog in Hamilton Ontario?
Foster Volunteer Requirements:
- Volunteer must be 18 years of age or older.
- Volunteer must be able to transport your foster pet (at your expense) to the shelter.
- Volunteer must have time to care for foster animals.
- All pets in the home must be spayed or neutered and have current vaccinations including rabies.
Can I foster a dog in Ontario?
Complete a foster family online profile. Ability to pick up your animal within a 36-hour timeframe. Be able to set aside time (as often as every two weeks) to bring your foster animal in for follow-up vaccinations and spay/neuter surgery. Take on the responsibility for routine care in your home during the foster period.
How many dogs can you have in Hamilton Ontario?
In Hamilton, no more than two dogs over the age of three months may be housed on individual premises. If you want to keep more than two dogs, you’ll need a permit.
Where can I find information about adopting a dog in Hamilton/Burlington?
Hamilton/Burlington SPCA is a proud member of Humane Canada, the federation of humane societies and SPCAs and they have put together a helpful resource for anyone looking for a dog. You can view the information here Our website is up to date with all animals currently available for adoption.
Why choose Hamilton/Burlington SPCA for your next pet?
We urge you to do your research to ensure that your new furry companion is coming from a reputable source. Hamilton/Burlington SPCA is a proud member of Humane Canada, the federation of humane societies and SPCAs and they have put together a helpful resource for anyone looking for a dog.
Where can I adopt a dog from hbspca?
A 245 Dartnall Rd, Hamilton, ON L8W 3V9 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats, rabbits, small animals, birds . 1. Meet the Pet Visit our website at www.hbspca.com to view available pets and learn about our no contact adoption process
What does the hbspca do with unclaimed animals?
The HBSPCA takes in animals surrendered by their owners, unclaimed strays, and the recently launched Spay Your Momma Program. Spay Your Momma takes in accidental litters of puppies who are spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, deworm, flea treat before being matched with loving homes and also provides a FREE spay to their mom.