SPCA Montreal

3.5
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Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Critters:  YesVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesLow-cost spay & neuter:  Yes
Puppy classes:  NoDog behavior classes:  No
Cat behavior classes:  NoAgility classes:  No
Feral cat program:  YesMicrochipping:  Yes
Low-cost vaccine:  YesHumane education:  No
Animal hospital:  NoPet loss support:  No
Pet survivor program:  NoOwner assistance services:  Yes
Programs for kids/teens:  YesPrison dog program:  No
Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Small dog only:  NoOlder dog only:  No
Volunteer program:  NoFoster homes needed:  No
Sanctuary:  NoFeral cat program:  No
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  Yes
Pet survivor program:  YesSpay & neuter support:  Yes
Owner assistance service:  YesPrograms for kids & teens:  Yes
Dog supplies:  YesCat supplies:  No
Fish supplies:  NoCritter supplies:  No
Raw food:  NoOrganic food:  Yes
Fashion & accessories:  NoSelf-service pet wash:  Yes
Low-cost vaccinations:  YesTraining classes:  Yes
PetID tags:  Yes

“Canada's oldest and one of it's largest shelters, the SPCA Montreal and SPCA Laval take in 25,000 animals a year. We are proud to boast one of the highest adoption and one of the lowest euthanasia rates in the country. We will NEVER put down a healthy adoptable animal. Please help us keep it this way and support our organization.”

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2posted: April 10th, 2007

rude


We adopted our dog from SPCA, and would hang out there a lot before to go look at dogs and make a good choice. They would always be very rude (maybe cause were young) like we weren't good enough to look at dogs. We know for a fact that we give a way better life to our dog than a lot of people. I personally like other shelters/rescues better.

 

 
3posted: March 5th, 2007

Not the best


For a rescue organization who collects so much in donations it doesnt do much in the way to stop neglect & abuse. If you call to inform them of a situation they tell you to call the SPCA Monteregie, and these two organizations are not even affiliated. Their director makes a profit on the donations collected and is just lazy. They are registered as 'The Canadian SPCA' so if you are in Alberta or the maritimes and chose to make a donation thinking the Canadian SPCA is nationwide you were mistaken as your donation did not go to your local branch but to this one in Montreal! How low is that to deceive people out of helping their own community...

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4posted: February 22nd, 2007

Rescue Dogs


The Spca of Montreal is a great place to visit for animal rescues. I donate often to the SPCA to help out the animals in need. They have been doing a great job into helping people find an animal. They do ask to Spay and Neuter your dog.

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