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Burnaby Branch

IMPORTANT: Please note that we are experiencing phone issues. In order to reach us, please email burnaby@spca.bc.ca. In addition, we are currently unable to take debit and credit cards. Please accept our apologies for this inconvenience.

Phone: (604) 291-7201
Emergency phone: (604) 291-7201 (Press 1, during operating hours) (604) 879-7343 (Night 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.) After hours: call the Burnaby RCMP
Address: 3202 Norland Avenue Burnaby BC V5B 3A6 CA
Services offered:
Shelter, Takes surrendered animals, Adoptions, City animal control, Takes in stray dogs, Takes in stray cats, Takes in stray domestic small pets
Email:
burnaby@spca.bc.ca
Please note, due to the volume of emails received daily we may not be able to respond immediately. Should you need urgent assistance, please call.
Fax:
(604) 299-4416
Mailing address:
Physical address: 3202 Norland Avenue Burnaby BC V5B 3A6 CA
Phone: (604) 291-7201
Please call for hours of operation.
Serving the following communities:
Burnaby and area.
Hours of operation:
  • Adoption hours:
  • Monday to Friday: 12 to 5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 12 to 4:00 p.m.
  • Other services:
  • Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Stat Holidays: Closed

Adoption fees*

*Fees subject to change without notice. All BC SPCA cat/kitten/dog/puppy/rabbit adoptions include a microchip and lifetime registration with the BC Pet Registry. Registration for lifetime protection is $45 for cats/kittens/dogs/puppies and $11.25 for rabbits, which will be added to the adoption fee. For more information please visit bcpetregistry.ca.

Learn what’s included in your adoption fee

Welcome to the BC SPCA Burnaby Branch. We are one of 44 BC SPCA locations across the province serving sick, neglected, abused and homeless animals. Whether you are looking to adopt a new furry friend into your family or would like to know more about how you can make difference for animals in our community, we are here to help. The BC SPCA is a not-for-profit organization which relies primarily on community donations to help animals in need. Please join us in the fight against animal cruelty!

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Adopt Me

Sheldon is a shy, sweet Dutch rabbit. At two and a half, he has spent a fifth of his life at the SPCA. When he arrived in our care as a stray, it took a bit for him to come out of his shell, but he grows more comfortable every day. He likes kale salad, and when you with him quietly and gently pet him. A rabbit-savvy guardian could help him continue to build his confidence, and we suggest he not live with young children because of his shyness. If you can provide a lovely and relaxing home for our soft, handsome fella, come on down!

Name: Sheldon
Age: 2 Years 4 Months 4 Weeks
Gender: Male
Animal ID: 452567
Breed: Rabbit
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Upcoming events

31st May 2018: BC SPCA pet behaviour speaker series: 10 Things your dog wishes you knew

The BC SPCA presents an evening with internationally known animal behaviour and training consultant Chirag Patel. Learn what motivates your dog’s behaviour and watch hands-on demonstrations on how to address common behaviour issues through humane training. Following his presentation, Chirag will be joined by the BC SPCA’s Senior Manager of Behaviour and Welfare, Dr. Karen …

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