The Sea to Sky branch of the SPCA has announced it will be expanding it’s presence in Squamish with a new location.

The new facility will be located at 1005B Industrial Way in a 2,000 square foot facility and will include space for community programs and events as well as animal care.

Craig Daniell, Chief Executive Officer of the BC SPCA says they are excited to be moving to a larger facility and to be offering new services and programs for animals and pet guardians in the region; “Our new centre will have cats, kittens, puppies, small dogs, birds and small animals available for adoption and will be an intake facility for stray and surrendered cats and small animals,” said Daniell. “We will also have some ability to take in surrendered dogs and puppies, depending on the capacity of our foster volunteers”.

The new location will be able to host birthday parties, summer camps and even events such as Yoga with Animals. The larger site will allow the branch to rent out space for community meetings and events. Services provided to the community offered by the non-profit will also include microchip clinics as well as programs focused on animal care, training and enrichment. A retail section will also be included inside the facility.

The local branch will need to rise $250,000 in donations for the renovations to be completed, which are already currently underway.

To find more information or to donate click here. The Sea to Sky branch provides services for more than 300 animals each year.


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