Sunshine Coast BC SPCA Branch
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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     Appointments can be accommodated between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., 7 days per week. Please contact the branch directly to arrange an appointment.

Phone: (604) 740-0301
Emergency phone: (604) 740-0301  (During operating hours) After hours: call your local police or RCMP
Cruelty Report and Wildlife Support Line (Toll free): 1-855-622-7722
Address: 4376 Solar Road Sechelt British Columbia V7Z 0A8 CA
Services offered:
Shelter, Takes surrendered animals, Adoptions, City kenneling, Takes in stray dogs, Takes in stray cats, Takes in stray domestic small pets
Email:
sunshinecoast@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) 740-0338
Serving the following communities:
Gibsons Island, Keats Island, Sechelt, Roberts Creek, Wilson Creek, Port Mellon, Egmont, Gambier Island, Halfmoon Bay, Granthams Landing, Madeira Park and Garden Bay.
Hours of operation:
  • Wednesday to Sunday: 12 to 4:00 p.m.
  • Monday and Tuesday: Closed
  • 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

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Welcome to the BC SPCA Sunshine Coast Community Animal 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!

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Respectfully acknowledging that the Sunshine Coast BC SPCA is located on the unceded traditional territory of the shíshálh (Sechelt) Nation and Coast Salish peoples whose historical relationships to the land continues today.

Animals spend their whole lives loving us. This gift provides a day of regular care plus special medication, extra bedding and modified exercise for a senior animal like Zella

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Upcoming events

5th July 2021: Wildlife-In-Focus Photo Contest

The 2021 annual Wildlife-In-Focus photo contest runs July 5 to 26. Funds raised go towards food and medical care of wildlife in need at the BC SPCA’s Wild ARC, which cares for thousands of injured and orphaned wild animals each year. Plus, your photos could be featured on BC SPCA merchandise, education brochures, advocacy campaigns, …

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