The Saskatchewan SPCA hosts an annual conference in September. The conference brings together people from across western Canada who love and work with animals.
The conference provides an opportunity to learn new skills, develop a deeper appreciation for the human-animal bond, and network with others working to promote animal welfare.
Learn more about this year's conference by clicking here.
The Link and Safekeeping Presentations
The Saskatchewan SPCA's animal safekeeping coordinator regularly attends community events to speak to groups about the link and animal safekeeping.
Groups include police services, Ministry of Social Services, and registered veterinary technologists.
Click here to learn more about the link.
To inquire about having a presentation at your event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Out in the Community
Throughout the year, the Saskatchewan SPCA attends various events in the province, including Agribition, pet expos, and Pets in the Park.
Stop by and learn more about emergency planning, pet care, the link, dog bite prevention, and other important animal welfare topics.
The Saskatchewan SPCA stays in regular contact with our members, donors, and volunteers through The Humanitarian, our quarterly newsletter, available both in print and electronic format.
Articles provide educational information relating to the care of companion animals and livestock, Society activities, and more.
Read the latest issue by clicking here.
Be a Tree Dog Bite Prevention Program
The Be a Tree program is a dog bite prevention seminar program for school age children. This program focuses on fun and interactive activities to teach children how to read dog body language and how to act safely around their own dog and strange dogs.
The Saskatchewan SPCA has teacher kits available for use in classrooms. Call 1-877-382-7722 to arrange to borrow a kit at no charge.