As part of Fire Prevention Week, Canmore Fire and Rescue will host a Pancake breakfast from 8 until 11 on Sunday, October 16 at the Canmore Firehall. 2017 calendars showing first responders with Bow Valley SPCA dogs and cats will be on sale for $15.
Masquerade in the Mountains event held on Sept 30, 2016 @ Coast Hotel. Ignite Dance Studio and Duelling Pianos entertained guests along with a Silent and Live Auction with proceeds going to support Bow Valley SPCA. Masks worn by guests were varied and unique and entertaining.
On September 13th Tyler McClaron Program Director, Wild Smart visited Carla Cumming Sojonky Adoption Centre, and provided an education session for Open Paws Team Leaders and Volunteers;
The Critters, a local rock n roll and Country band (http://www.thecritters.ca), played at the Krizan Bay Block party on Auguest 6 and donated the proceeds to the Bow Valley SPCA. Even though it was very rainy, there was a great turnout. The audiance loved
Here is an email from Darleen's new guardians.
May 2, Francophone School, Ecole Notre Dame , Grade 10 Students, with their teacher, Jennifer Lissey, visited BVSPCA. This tour was to educate the students of our Mission and discuss a project to help educate the public in French.
On Friday May 13, 2016 Ryan Davis, Dealer & Principal at Canmore Chrysler, accompanied by Pavla delivered a cheque to Sonya White, Manager of BVSPCA. Ryan explained that when customers bring their vehicles for service they are offered the Canmore Chrysler Loaner Vehicle for $10.00 a day an
We are very excited to announce that an anonymous donor has agreed to donate $1000 to our Bow Valley SPCA Fun Run & Walk event taking place in Canmore's beautiful Riverside Park on June 12.
Rob Stevens and Ann Keith, local Canmore REALTORS®, present a cheque to Roberta Richardson and Benito (Benny) from the Bow Valley SPCA
As the primary sponsors for this years Fun Run and Walk, Rob Stevens and Ann Keith, local Canmore REALTORS®, present a cheque to Roberta Richardson and Benito (Benny) from the Bow Valley SPCA. (Left to right Melissa Hubbard-Stevens, Ann Keith, Rob Stevens, Benito, Roberta Richardson.)
Matching our dogs to their forever families is not always easy but we always do our very best because we want the dog to be happy and we especially want the family to feel pleased and satisfied. This is a good news email from Cedar's (now Sadie's) guardians.
The presentations started with the Grades 2/3 class, visited by a 7 1/2 week old Bull Mastiff mixed Breed, Bernadette. Remi an Animal Care Attendant @ BVSPCA and his partner Jessie are Bernadette's humans.
Bow Valley SPCA Educators Dawna Evans, Roberta Richardson and Amanda Wagner; along with Teddy a fourteen year cross breed and Maddie a 5 year old Pug, visited the after school program on Friday April 15, 2016.
On April 14, 2016 Bow Valley SPCA educators Dawna Evans and Roberta Richardson visited Mountain Munchkins Day Care. Rescue, the Bow Valley SPCA's life like demo dog accompanied Dawna and Roberta's presentation to 33 Munchkins ages 2 1/2 years to 4 years old. Munchkins were presented items fro
Presentations and information about bears will be available from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Nordic Centre. For those of us with dogs, this is important information since bears and dogs don't really mix very well. So learn more about keeping your dog safe and learn about these magnificant creatures th
I know it's a long shot, but I thought that I would try to contact you anyway.
Thanks to the generosity of our community, we currently have an excess of puppy and kitten food that we want to go to good use before it expires!
It might seem a bit strange to think of "clean up" before your dog, but that is exactly what 3 dog walking volunteers at the Bow Valley SPCA did this week.
Kate Barker and Jessica Howes are the Co-Project Leaders for one our recently arrived dogs (Maggie 2). She is "Maggie 2" because we already had a Maggie (Maggie 1?) when Maggie 2 arrived with her name. She is a beautiful girl, full of energy, smart as a whip, and eager to try anything her handl
LGMS students volunteering their time to give our animals some much needed positive attention and love.
This experience will further develop a sense of personal and community responsibility in our students and most importantly, genuine joy to the kids and cats.
14 staff members from Spaghetti Factory in Banff presented Bow Valley SPCA with a donation of a cheque for $1000.00. The staff raised money and chose BVSPCA as the deserving charity. The staff met Benito our longest resident dog. He presented his best manners and met each staff member.
Tiis is the kind of feedback ALL of the staff and volunteers at the Bow Valley SPCA want to see. Check out this email we received today.
Benny visited his neighbours, the staff at S & S Auto in Canmore Feb 1, 2016. S & S has generously donating their bottles for recycling to BVSPCA. Benny enjoyed meeting the people behind the generosity and support BVSPCA receives on an ongoing basis.
On behalf of Bow Valley SPCA, volunteer Roberta Richardson received a check from StoreSmart Self Storage, Canmore. We are pleased to be a beneficiary of the $1 Move-In Pledge; for every new storage unit rented, $1 is donated to BVSPCA. Roberta was welcomed by staff Jeff, Randy, Fred and Teaser
Tuesday Dec 15, 2015 the Bow Valley SPCA was invited to the Soul Warmers Club at Elizabeth Rummel School. The students in this Club chose the BVSPCA as the charity of choice for a project where they made and sold items to raise funds for SPCA.
Educators with Bow Valley SPCA were invited to meet with Ms Joan Rose's kindergarten class on Tues Dec 15, 2015. The kids met Creed our first successful adopted dog. Creed was adopted by Pam Doyle seven years ago, and both are Educators with BVSPCA. Dawna Evans, also a volunteer, presente
Canmore Scouts visited the dog and cat residents at the Bow Valley SPCA, Wednesday Nov 26. Meeting the dogs, the Scouts learned the importance of Basic Manners which all BVSPCA dogs are taught by our trained volunteers.