Who We Are


For over 90 years the Saskatchewan SPCA has been working to improve the lives of animals and their people. We are a registered Canadian charity working to:

  • Protect the victims of violence and their animals

  • Improve the lives of homeless pets

  • Support a happy, healthy retirement for police dogs

  • Educate the public on the importance of the human-animal bond

  • Advocate for improved animal welfare legislation


An animal welfare organization


The Saskatchewan SPCA defines animal welfare as the maintenance of appropriate standards of accommodation, feeding, and general care; the prevention and treatment of disease; and the assurance of freedom from harassment and unnecessary discomfort and pain.


The Saskatchewan SPCA recognizes that animals will continue to be kept for companionship, agricultural, research, and entertainment purposes. Our purpose is to protect animals, prevent cruelty to animals, and relieve their suffering. We believe that people do not have the right to exploit or abuse animals.

More about the Saskatchewan SPCA:


  • Is a charitable organization.

  • Is an animal welfare organization, not an animal rights organization.

  • Does not operate an animal shelter.

  • Is based in Saskatoon.

  • Is directed by a volunteer Board.

  • Operates independently of all other SPCAs and Humane Societies.

  • Has a constitution and bylaws.

  • Has developed position statements on animal care and issues.

  • Is a member of Humane Canada.



Toll-free in SK: 1-877-382-7722


Mailing: Box 37, Saskatoon, SK  S7K 3K1

Office: 511 45th Street West, Saskatoon, SK  S7L 5Z9

©2020 Saskatchewan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Charitable Registration #: 119140440RR0001