NOTE: Richmond Animal Control Services
Effective Monday, February 1, 2021, the BC SPCA will be responsible for animal control services in Richmond.
While the City of Richmond begins construction of a new animal shelter on their existing site, lost and stray animals will be transported to the BC SPCA Vancouver Branch (1205 East 7th Ave., Vancouver) for care until they can be reunited with their owner. Note: Every effort will be made to first contact an animal’s owner and return the pet home directly before transporting the animal to Vancouver.
To report a lost, wandering or aggressive animal, barking, nuisance or injured animal, please call 604-709-4668. For inquiries on animal regulations, dog licensing and fees, please contact the City’s Community Bylaws department at 604-276-4345.
More information: visit richmond.ca/safety/animals.During COVID-19, and in compliance with provincial government regulations, our team is here to serve our community during our regular public hours of operation. Appointments are still needed in order to maintain our occupancy limits and to serve people as efficiently as possible. We ask all visitors to wear masks when entering our facility and to respect the physical distancing directions in place. COVID-19 & Pets - Frequently Asked Questions
- Thursday to Tuesday: 12 to 5:30 p.m.
- Wednesday: By appointment only
- Stat Holidays: Closed
Adoption fees**Fees vary by location and are subject to change without notice. Adoption fees are subject to PST (Provincial Sales Tax), which will be added at the time of adoption. 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
Welcome to the BC SPCA Richmond Education & Adoption Centre. 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!
Please note that our facility does not provide animal control services such as lost, found or surrendered animals, thank you.