CANADIAN FEDERATION OF HUMANE SOCIETIES
The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS) is the national voice for animal welfare in Canada. With member humane societies and SPCAs across the country, it uses this voice to improve conditions for animals by liaising with animal welfare organizations, government, the public, industry, the scientific community, educators and the media to end animal suffering.
COMMUNITY VETERINARY OUTREACH
Community Veterinary Outreach is a veterinary-based charity whose Mission Veterinary Care Program provides free preventive health clinics for animals of the homeless in Ottawa, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Toronto. By maintaining the health of the animal, they maintain and strengthen the health of the human-animal relationship, which, for the majority of these clients, is the most stable relationship they have ever known.
EDMONTON HUMANE SOCIETY
Through partnership and innovation, The Edmonton Humane Society is committed to helping homeless and abused companion animals, enlightening people and enriching lives.
The Saskatchewan SPCA promotes the humane treatment of animals through education and prevention programs, and the responsible enforcement of animal protection legislation.
The Saskatoon SPCA provides a safe shelter and finds happy homes for companion animals in Saskatoon and the surrounding area, relying on the generosity of individual and corporate donors to help provide shelter, care, nutrition and love to an average of 5,000 animals annually.
Founded by an Animal Health Technician, D’Arcy’s ARC (Animal Rescue Centre) has provided shelter, veterinary care and adoption services for over 8,500 cats and dogs in Winnipeg and the surrounding areas since 2001.
WINNIPEG HUMANE SOCIETY
The Winnipeg Humane Society (WHS) is one of the oldest community service organizations in Winnipeg, and the oldest and largest animal shelter and welfare organization in Manitoba. Founded in 1894, the WHS now takes in as many as 9,000 animals annually; spays and neuters approximately 5,000 animals a year; and has over 800 active volunteers.
BURLINGTON HUMANE SOCIETY
The 400 volunteers at the Burlington Humane Society are dedicated to helping stray and abandoned animals throughout the City of Burlington. The BHS is proud of its ‘no-kill’ policy, making Burlington a more humane place for animals.
ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE
The Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph is the home to Canada’s first charitable organization entirely dedicated to the health and well-being of companion animals.
THE FARLEY FOUNDATION
Established and administered by the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA), the Farley Foundation assists pet owners in need by subsidizing the cost of veterinary care for their sick/injured pets. One hundred percent of the Foundation’s donations go towards helping hundreds of people and pets each year.
NOVA SCOTIA SPCA
The mission of the Nova Scotia SPCA is to prevent abuse, neglect and cruelty to animals, and provide for province-wide leadership on matters that promote and improve the welfare of all animals through animal protection, care and rehabilitation, humane education, advocacy and engagement and collaboration with stakeholders.
La Société protectrice des animaux de Québec
The SPA’s primary role is preventing cruelty to animals and improving their quality of life by contributing to their health, welfare and safety.
OAKVILLE AND MILTON HUMANE SOCIETY
The OMHS investigates and prosecutes animal abuse, cruelty and neglect, and finds loving homes for pets while building a more humane society through education.
SMILING BLUE SKIES
The Smiling Blue Skies Cancer Fund is part of the University of Guelph’s Veterinary College and Teaching Hospital Pet Trust, providing financial aid for the advancement of health care and quality of life for companion animals.
THE NEW BRUNSWICK SPCA
The New Brunswick SPCA exists to provide province-wide leadership in the humane treatment of animals, enforcement of relevant legislation, public education and advocacy and to ensure shelter for neglected or abused animals.
THE MIRA FOUNDATION
The MIRA Foundation is dedicated to helping disabled individuals by teaming them with dogs bred and trained to respond to their adaption and rehabilitation needs.
THE MONTREAL SPCA
The Montreal SPCA protects nearly 14,000 animals each year from negligence, abuse and exploitation, representing their interests in order to ensure their well-being.
THE CANADIAN KENNEL CLUB FOUNDATION
The Canadian Kennel Club Foundation has a dual mission: To improve the health and longevity of the dogs we love and to celebrate the millions of reasons we adore them.