Take action for animals
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Animals in the home
From finding an animal-friendly home to keeping pets and community animals healthy and happy, here are resources to help you take action for the well-being of B.C. cats, dogs and other pets.
From being raised on farms for food, to being used in recreation, sport, entertainment or work, farm animals can face many issues. Learn what you can do to improve their welfare.
Whether living in nature or under captivity, wild animals deserve understanding, care and conservation efforts. Find out what you can do to further their cause.
(Photo credit: Dennis McLaren)
Help prevent wildlife conflicts. Access resources on how to peacefully co-exist with our urban wildlife neighbours.
Should exotic animals be kept as pets? Find out why we have concerns about them, how they enter the pet trade and the laws that regulate their ownership.
Animals in research and testing
Learn about how animals in Canada are used in science – including in research and testing – and how we can move forward with non-animal alternatives.
Animals used in teaching
Learn about humane science education and non-animal alternatives in teaching, and access unit plans for teachers for grades K to 12.
Animal advocacy year in review
Thank you for taking action for animals! Read about all the ways you have helped domestic, farmed and wild animals – we couldn’t have done it without you!