The Guardian Angel program is to offer services, initiatives, and funding opportunities to support qualified volunteer-run animal welfare and rescue charities in British Columbia. More >
Better at Home provides support to homeless, street-involved, and low-income pet guardians by offering donated pet food and supplies, free animal health clinics, veterinary care funding, and training and behaviour support. More >
Our Pets Are Not Products campaign is an advocacy and awareness initiative. Our goal is to end the retail sale of animals — which in turn will end the existence of breeding mills. Join Us >
The goals of Cruelty-Free BC are to educate consumers on the inhumane and unnecessary practice of animal testing for cosmetics and household products and to educate consumers on how to identify genuine cruelty-free products. More >
Registration is now open for this special online presentation and discussion.
Dr. Michael Blackwell, DVM, MPH,
Assistant Surgeon General, USPHS (R)
This event is online and free to attend!
Registration is open now!
Maple Ridge, BC – The Animal Welfare Advisory Network of BC (AWANBC), an initiative of the Paws for Hope Animal Foundation, has released its Rescue Standards of Practice for BC’s animal welfare sector. These guidelines, the first of their kind in Canada, establish standards of practice for community-based animal rescue organizations and provide a comprehensive framework that organizations should strive to meet in order to operate a professional, safe, and sustainable animal welfare and/or rescue organization.