Paws & Support
Paws & Support is a free program for pet owners seeking short-term in-hospital treatment or transitioning out of domestic violence relationships.
If you have exhausted all other options and need someone to temporarily care for your pet, the Nova Scotia SPCA is here to help!Learn More
Sometimes you need a little help to get back on your feet… or your paws.
If you are unable to afford pet food or litter and need temporary assistance, we can help. We have a new pet food and litter bank to help families in crisis.Learn More
Need some inspiration or have a fun idea to help furry friends in need? We can help you! Your support will truly be helping save lives.Learn More
Pet Friendly Locations
From local businesses to hotels and apartments, we’ve compiled a list of some awesome pet-friendly locations for you and your best friend.Learn More
Lost & Found Pets
“Missing pet” is something we all fear to hear. If you have lost your furry best friend or found a stray animal, follow the steps here.Learn More
WOOF, which stands for Working On Our Futures, is a joint initiative between the Nova Scotia SPCA and the Department of Justice and operates at the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Burnside.
Through the program, Amy MacRae, and SPCA dog expert, teaches inmates how to train the puppies so they are adoption-ready. Launched in 2012, WOOF is now a proud fixture at the facility.Learn More