The Medicine Hat SPCA is dedicated to helping you find your new best friend!
Due to COVID-19 our current hours of operation have changed.
Please note that we are no longer open to the public as we are social distancing to protect our animals, staff and public.
Pet adoptions and relinquishments are ongoing and can be made through appointment only.
For more information please contact 403-526-7722.
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Advocacy for responsible pet ownership, humane treatment and overpopulationRead More Details
This is a documentary style video that Randy Feere of RJF Productions did such a great job of putting together in an educational and entertaining way!
A special thank you to Steve Krysak of 102.1 CJCY who has always jumped on board to help the Medicine Hat SPCA in any way he can.
The mission of the Medicine Hat Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is to provide protective care for sick, injured, homeless and unwanted animals and to promote humane attitudes and responsible pet ownership.
To accomplish this, there must be acceptance that humans are responsible for the welfare of animals; and there must be an understanding of the physical and behavioral needs of animals.
The Medicine Hat SPCA is a no-kill animal shelter - which means that we do not kill healthy or treatable animals even when the shelter is full, reserving humane euthanasia for terminally ill animals or those considered dangerous to public safety.
The Medicine Hat Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is guided by a humane ethic to build a community that universally values animals, understands their needs, and takes action to meet them.
The Medicine Hat SPCA serves the community and surrounding area by:
The Medicine Hat SPCA provides many services to Medicine Hat and region.
In consultation with Save Old Souls K9 Rescue, we have set up a new program for senior cats and dogs in our community.Read More
Animals play important roles in all our lives, and children especially seem to have a natural affinity for animals.Read More
The Medicine Hat SPCA is able to provide the Spay/Neuter Assistance Program due to a grant from the City of Medicine Hat.Read More
A volunteer program for children ages 6-11 who can read at any level. Come read a book to one of our dogs or cats!Read More