Models show off the clothes for Summer 2014 from 4 Dangerous Dolls.
Models show off the clothes for Summer 2014 from The Bay.
Naashkii Soler, 8, holds Maddie, a pug, as she stands with her teacher Joan Rose's Eiizabeth Rummel School Grades 2 and 3 French Immersion class at the Bow Valley SPCA on Thursday.
Models show off the clothes for Summer 2014 from VIDA.
Models show off the clothes for Summer 2014 from the Fairmont Stores.
Models show off the clothes for Summer 2014 from Wild Goose.
Bow Valley SPCA Fashion Show: 2014--Wild Goose Men's Wear
The dancing doctors are back at the 2014 Bow Valley SPCA Fashion Show. Check out the great moves.
Ten high school artists donated their time and talent, and under the guidance of their teacher Shannon Amey, created 10 images of the different dogs and cats that reside at the Bow Valley SPCA. All of the art work was sold at the silent auction.
Paul Turner, President of the Bow Valley SPCA, board describes the importance of our campaign to raise funds to save every dog and cat that comes to our shelter.
Models show off the clothes for Summer 2014 from Creekside Style.
An anonymous donor contributed an antique ring of known value and provenance to the Bow Valley SPCA for sale at the live auction portion of the 2014 Fashion Show. Watch the action.
This is the opening few minutes of the 2014 Fashion Show held in May and sponsored by the Bow Valley SPCA.
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The Bow Valley SPCA has tremendous volunteer support. People from all walks of life give us support in some of the most un-expected ways. The planners for the 2014 Bow Meow Fashion Show decided on the theme of "A Royal Affair".
You Are Cordially Invited To The 4th Annual Bow Meow FASHION SHOW - A ROYAL AFFAIR
Mambo came to us in a very pregnant condition. We expected new kittens any day, but she just got bigger and bigger. On February 21, at 9:30 she delivered her 7th and last baby. Now to find 7 dances that would fit for names of the new babies. So far the suggestions from the staff are: Lindy, S
Human-Wildlife Issues: A Local’s Perspective
Tuesday February 18th, 2014
7 pm at Canmore Collegiate High School
Angel came to us as a puppy about a year ago. She was found at an age of about 8 weeks wandering near Highway 1A. We had her for only a little more than 1 week before she was adopted. She was returned too us because her person became so ill that she could no longer take care of her. She had b
Squeaky the kitten was so happy to see me this morning that she ignored her food and crawled all over me for 10 minutes. Listen to her purrrrr!
Here is the kind of email that we love to receive any day, but it seems great way to celebrate the first day of 2014.
In December, we launched the Bow Valley SPCA For Life Campaign.
The Campaign will help:
Exactly 24 hours after the surgery, Keats walked out with the vet tech to his ride back to the Bow Valley SPCA. He was on a few pain meds, but it did not seem to slow him down or reduce his enthusiasm for people and being snuggled.
A four month old pup was surrendered when the owner found him with a broken leg after being hit by a car. The owner could not afford the cost for repair. The pup was surrendered to the Bow Valley SPCA through the auspices of the Canmore Veterinary Hospital.
Rosie (the Mastiff cross) and Jumanji (the German Shepherd) have just been introduced to each other and are they ever having a good time. After chasing and bumping into each other for about 10 minutes, Jumanji picked up the long branch and then strutted around Rosie. It was just too much for th
Rev George Belcher retired on October 6, 2013 and the last event he presided over was the Blessing of the Animals. Two of our dogs (Hunk and Prince) joined the other dogs little critters and a horse for the Blessing, Both Hunk and Prince were quite at home after a few minutes of anxiety. They
We spoke too soon when we said we raised over $15,000 from the 2013 Mut Strut. The implication was that it was just over that mark. In this case we were premature--but in a good way. We Actually raised over $17,000 for the dogs and cats of the Bow Valley SPCA Actually the amount was $17,362.