SPCA in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
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- Ashley Fitzpatrick
- - August 24, 2012 at 10:21:25
For clarification, as is stated above, the SPCA is "low-kill" but not "no-kill." The organization will see animals put down if they have injuries too severe or serious behavioural problems like overt aggression. While the printed story stated the organization was "no-kill," that was incorrect. It was corrected above and in the next day's edition of The Telegram.
- - August 22, 2012 at 20:29:16
Sandi - I second that emotion. Well said.
- - August 22, 2012 at 12:22:33
It's great that you have another rescue to take the animals, and I understand the need for a shelter, to bad it has to be in another province, you say that the spca is a no kill shelter here, are you saying that you don't put animals down because you have run out of room??? Beacuse Thats not my understanding, but thanks to the rescue in halifax it will at least save some of the dogs from Labrador.
- - August 22, 2012 at 10:44:42
What these puppies have is far better living conditions that many children in this world have. Some don't even have parents and children are raising children - with a daily challenge to find food for even one meal.