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The Oromocto and Area SPCA provides a temporary home for orphan animals while they wait for their "fur"ever family. Please read the OSPCA Mission Statement to learn more.
Join us at the Oromocto and Area SPCA on Saturday July 23rd from 8:00am to 2:00pm for our Annual Yard Sale and BBQ. Find a treasure AND support the orphan animals!
We are now taking donations for the yard sale. They can be dropped off at the shelter. Please, no clothing or large pieces of furniture.
Join us at the Oromocto Dojo (281 Restigouche Rd) on Friday July 8th from 7:00pm to 8:00pm for TICK TALK! Learn about the life cycle of a tick, their habitat and what type of environment they prefer. We will also discuss what types of ticks are found in NB, what diseases they carry, prevention and what to do (and not to do) if you find a tick embedded in your pet.
If you'd like to join us, please call the shelter at 446-4107 and register.
Cost will be by monetary donation at the door.
More information on our Facebook Event Page
My eyes are healing so nicely since my surgery last week and I no longer have to wear my cone! BEST day ever!
As you can see from my picture, I have an old scar in my right eye, but no worries...it doesn't hurt at all and I can still see just fine. Thank you so much to Dr Speizer for doing just a great job and helping me be pain free. I hope that lots of people donate to help with the cost of my surgery...our Yelp for Help Fund is dangerously low.
Saturday, May 28th, 11am - 3pm. The Capital Area Modeller’s Society (CAMS) show is the largest and longest running model event east of Montreal and features some of the finest models from Eastern Canada, Quebec and Maine.
We are pleased to have been invited to provide BBQ services, with all proceeds from the BBQ going to help the orphan animals at OSPCA.
There will be a Microchip Clinic on June 4th at the Chipman Arena in Chipman from noon to 3:00pm. This important clinic is a collaboration with the Fredericton SPCA and Dr. Chelsie Armstrong.
Microchips will be $35. Rural tags are $15 for 1 year, $25 for 2 years and $35 for 3 years.
We hope to see you there!
Mark your calendars! July 16th is the date for this year’s “Tats for Cats” fundraising event. Jason Mccaw, and his amazing team at Marked for Life Tattoos, raised $3264.35 at the 2nd Annual Tats for Cats (and dogs)!!!! This year, we’ll be offering some new designs to choose from but the price will stay the same - $80 per tattoo. So, start saving your allowance, comb the spare change out of the couch crevices and volunteer to do the laundry so you can check pockets for forgotten bills. We want you to support some excellent ink for an excellent cause.
Please call Jason Mccaw at 471-0661 to book your "Tats for Cats" appointment - spaces are filling quickly! There will also be a BBQ and a silent auction!
More exciting details to follow!
These beautiful fused glass creations were inspired by National Animal Cruelty Prevention Month. Hand crafted by local volunteer, David Marcotullio and donated to raise money to help the orphan animals who come to us for shelter, medical care and a second chance at a wonderful life.
Visit Oromocto Veterinary Hospital to purchase one of these beautiful creations!
Two sizes available, prices are $15 & $20
The staff from "All About Animals" will be onsite on Saturday April 23rd, from 12 pm - 3 pm. No appointment necessary.
Available services are Dog bath and nail trims as well as Cat nail trim and soft paw application
Prices are 'By Donation'
Our Easter Bunny Adoption Extravaganza begins Saturday, March 12th! What better way to welcome spring than adopting a one of a kind, hand made bunny AND help support orphan animals in our community.
A HUGE Thank you (in advance) to all of our amazing crocheters and knitters who have spent (or are spending) countless hours creating beautiful bunnies to be adopted. We are confident that our bounty of bunnies with be adopted into some wonderful homes!