BC SPCA Prince George Spay Neuter Clinic
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Prince George Spay Neuter Clinic

Phone: (250) 562-5556
Cruelty and Wildlife Hotline (Toll free): 1-855-622-7722
Address: 1909 Queensway, Prince George, BC V2L 1M1, Canada Website: Prince George Spay Neuter Clinic
Services offered:
Hospital/Veterinary Clinic
Email:
pgclinic@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:
(250) 562-5557
Hours of operation:
  • Monday to Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed for lunch from 12 to 1:30 pm)
  • Saturday and Sunday: Closed
  • Stat Holidays: Closed
1909 Queensway, Prince George, BC V2L 1M1, Canada

Welcome to the BC SPCA Prince George Spay Neuter Clinic. Our goal is to prevent animal suffering by providing accessible spay/neuter and vaccine services to both owned animals and those in our care. Each year the BC SPCA sterilizes more than 16,000 animals to help reduce pet overpopulation. Our clinic is one of 44 BC SPCA locations serving animals across the province. Our clinic relies heavily on community support - donations are gratefully accepted in person and online. Thank you!

For more information about the BC SPCA Prince George Spay Neuter Clinic visit their website.

Upcoming events

2nd July 2019: Summer Camps

This summer, kids are invited to join us for a week of camp that’s all about animals! Campers will take part in specially designed games and activities, hear from guest speakers and spend time with some animals in our care. Don’t miss out on our special early bird pricing – register today! View our 2019 …

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