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When people suffer, so do their animals. The Alberta SPCA's One Family Welfare department offers temporary care for pets so their owners can get the help they need to deal with crisis situations. The Director of our One Family Welfare Department joins us to explain the Violence Link and how we help pets and people in crisis.…
 
Our animals are exceptionally important to us but many people fail to plan for their pets should the animals outlive them. In this episode, we discuss why it's important to have your pets included in estate planning, and what decisions need to be a part of the will.Di Alberta SPCA
 
Many people added pets to their family during the pandemic, and with people returning to the office, we're encouraging businesses to look at allowing pets in the work place. We discuss the benefits of having office dogs and cats, for the business, the staff and the animals.Di Alberta SPCA
 
Controversial Issue Alert! Cat traps are used by many to deal with unwanted wandering cats that come into their yard, but the person doing the trapping has legal responsibilities the moment the cat is trapped, and they could be charged if the cat becomes distressed. Peace Officer Stuart Dodds joins us to talk about the legalities of using cat traps…
 
May is Emergency Preparedness Month and every emergency kit needs to be put together with your pets in mind. The Fort McMurray fire in 2016, along with the southern Alberta floods and other disasters remind us how quickly residents may have to leave their home. In this episode, Executive Director Terra Johnston joins us to discuss her experience he…
 
During Be Kind to Animals Week, a City of Edmonton police officer invested 40 minutes to help guide a family of geese, including 4 goslings, across the High Level Bridge. This is a one way, two lane bridge that is about 800 meters long, and it's one of the most treacherous roads in the city, even for the drivers. Once you're on the road, there's no…
 
Often people will choose a cat for a pet under the assumption they're easier to care for, and while cats have less intense needs than a dog, they still need to express natural behaviours, they just do it in a much different way than dogs. In this episode our Director of Education, Melissa Logan, along with her cat Neville, stop by to talk about the…
 
Our Peace Officers help animals in distress all over Alberta (outside of Calgary and Edmonton), and sometimes that means a long trek to get to the animals in need. In this episode we talk to an Alberta SPCA Peace Officer about her 21-hour road trip to help two dogs in Alberta's far north, including a drive across a frozen river.…
 
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