Network Partners

Members


Helping organizations help animals in need


Paws for Hope Network Partners is a collection of volunteer members and a steering committee that supports strategies around specific projects and initiatives associated with companion animal welfare. Any non-profit organizations registered in the province of BC who provide services for companion animals can join the network. Animal welfare organizations and rescues can submit applications join at any time of the year. There is no fee to join the network.


Our Network Partners

The strength of the network and our ability to successfully address companion animal issues throughout BC depends on a diverse, dedicated membership. Together, we are building a stronger and more sustainable animal welfare system.

  • A Voice4Paws Canine Rescue Society

    Delta, BC

    [email protected]

    With foster homes throughout the Lower Mainland, our focus is on rescuing and rehabilitating homeless, at-risk and injured dogs, assisting low-income dog and cat guardians, and educating the public on responsible dog guardianship.
    Visit their website.

  • BC Chihuahua Rescue

    Nanaimo, BC

    [email protected]

    The BCCR provides assistance wherever there is a Chihuahua in need. We achieve this by taking dogs into our network of foster homes or by referral/assistance through our many rescue contacts.
    Visit their website.

  • BC Spay and Neuter Outreach Society

    Falkland, BC

    [email protected]

    Partnering with communities for community safety and animal welfare, one community at a time! Our mission is to remove barriers to accessing veterinary care in rural communities by bringing the veterinary care to them.
    Visit their website.

  • BC SPCA

    Vancouver, BC

    [email protected]

    The mission of the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) is to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia. The BC SPCA is the only animal welfare organization in BC with the authority to enforce animal cruelty laws under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
    Visit their website.

  • Boundary Helping Hands Feline Rescue Society

    Grand Forks

    [email protected]

    Boundary Helping Hands Feline Rescue Society strives to improve the quality of life & reduce the increase in population of domestic cats while raising public awareness regarding pet ownership.
    Visit their website.

  • Campbell River Partners for Animal Welfare

    Campbell River

    [email protected]

    CRPAWS promotes the well being and safety of animals in Campbell River area through education, recovery of lost pets, and maintenance of community/feral cats including TNR, and liaison with other rescue organizations.
    Visit their website.

  • Canadian Animal Assistance Team

    Vancouver, BC

    [email protected]

    There are many communities in Canada and internationally that simply do not have access to veterinary services, either due to location (remote communities) or financial or both. Our goal is to bring much needed veterinary care right to the animals in need.
    Visit their website.

  • Canadian Disaster Animal Response Team

    New Westminster, BC

    [email protected]

    The Canadian Disaster Animal Response Team (CDART) is dedicated to animal welfare through the preparation for and the actual rescue and shelter of domestic animals in a disaster.
    Visit their website.

  • CARE Network

    Tofino, BC

    [email protected]

    Dedicated to bettering the lives of animals in need along the west coast of Vancouver Island.
    Visit their website.

  • CatSpan Registered Charity

    Nanoose Bay, BC

    [email protected]

    CatSpan Registered Charity (CRC) cares for feral and stray cats in the Oceanside communities of Vancouver Island using the humane method of Trap, Neuter & Return (TNR). We provide veterinary assistance, food, advice to colony caregivers, and education to the community about feral and stray cats. If sociable, they may be adopted out.
    Visit their website.

  • Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven Society

    Chilliwack, BC

    [email protected]

    To represent homeless cats in our area by providing them with a permanent home. To end, where possible, the suffering of these animals by providing medical treatment, shelter and food. To reduce the number of cats and kittens at risk by promoting a low cost spay neuter program with the public.
    Visit their website.

  • Crooked Leg Ranch

    Quesnel, BC

    [email protected]

    Low income Spay and Neuter, Animal Rescue, Community Wellness Programs.
    Visit their website.

  • Cross Our Paws Rescue

    North Vancouver, BC

    [email protected]

    We rescue, provide medical care, rehabilitate and re-home abused, abandoned, homeless animals. Many times we rescue animals (primarily dogs) who have found themselves unwanted and lost in our local shelters.
    Visit their website.

  • Dee’s Orphan Kitten Fund

    Victoria, BC

    [email protected]

    Our volunteers have a variety of jobs including feeding feral cat colonies, fostering cats and kittens, trapping feral cats for spay/neuter and helping at fundraiser events.
    Visit their website.

  • Delta Community Animal Shelter

    Delta, BC

    [email protected]

    Delta Community Animal Shelter (DCAS) meets approximately 800 animals each year. Whatever the reason they come to the shelter, DCAS is here to provide a safe temporary home that offers medical and emotional support. As a branch of Delta’s Property Use and Compliance Division, DCAS and our Animal Control Officers are responsible for ensuring the welfare and responsible pet ownership of the animals in our community.
    Visit their website.

  • Dewdney Animal Hospital

    Maple Ridge, BC

    [email protected]

    We recognize that pets are family. We treat all of our patients with the special attention and care they deserve. Your beloved animal family member will be treated as if they were our own.
    Visit their website.

  • Four Paws Food Bank Foundation

    Kamloops, BC

    [email protected]

    Four Paws Food Bank Foundation promotes the welfare of animals for the benefit of the public by operating a pet food bank and providing necessary veterinary care, for the pets of individuals who are homeless or in financial need. They also provide companion animal fostering to individuals entering shelters, when they are not able to take their pets with them.
    Visit their website.

  • Fraser Valley Humane Society

    Mission, BC

    [email protected]

    Fraser Valley Humane Society is primarily a shelter and adoption facility that has recently received a small amount of funding to establish a TNR program. They are currently cats-only and service Mission, BC and surrounding communities.
    Visit their website.

  • HugABull Advocacy and Rescue Society

    Vancouver, BC

    [email protected]

    HugABull is a registered charity and a rescue organization focused on bully breed dogs in BC shelters. We also have a mandate to provide public education around responsible pet guardianship, ethical rescue, and evidence-based, breed-neutral animal legislation in our communities.
    Visit their website.

  • In Memory of Maggie May

    Maple Ridge, BC

    [email protected]

    In Memory of Maggie May is a non-profit organization, launched on October 11, 2013, one year after losing our beloved Maggie. In Memory of Maggie May is dedicated to Maggie May and to those before and after her, to honour their courage in their battle with cancer.
    Visit their website.

  • Invermere Companion Animal Network

    Invermere, BC

    [email protected]

    ICAN is a cage-free companion animal shelter. All dogs or puppies who come to ICAN are placed in foster care while awaiting adoption. We believe that the only way the pet overpopulation problem can be addressed is to have all companion animals spayed or neutered.
    Visit their website.

  • Kitty Cat Prevent A Litter Society

    Courtney, BC

    [email protected]

    Kitty Cat Prevent A Litter Society has 4 main focus programs that make up the core of our society and are what makes us unique: Trap-Neuter-Return, Barn Cat Rehoming, Adopt-a-Pal, and the Ruby Fund.
    Visit their website.

  • Lakes Animal Friendship Society

    Southbank, BC

    [email protected]

    At LAFS we believe that healthy, happy animals are part of happy, healthy families and communities. Our programs include humane education (animal care, compassion and dog bite safety) and assistance for animals from low income families: spay/neuter, pet food and doghouses.
    Visit their website.

  • Langley Animal Protection Society

    Langley, BC

    [email protected]

    The Langley Animal Protection Society’s mandate is to promote the physical, emotional and psychological well being of companion animals in Langley. We carry out our mandate through the use of professional and humane animal control methods and innovative animal welfare programs.
    Visit their website.

  • Lower Mainland Humane Society

    Surrey, BC

    [email protected]

    To provide aid in the form of safe housing (short-term, long-term) and medical necessities for senior, special needs, and homeless dogs. TNR feral cats, and provide safe temporary housing & medical necessities for homeless cats until adopted.
    Visit their website.

  • New Westminster Animal Services

    New Westminster, BC

    [email protected]

    New Westminster Animal Services is responsible for the operation of the city’s animal shelter and for the enforcement of the city’s Animal Care and Control Bylaw.
    Visit their website.

  • Northern Animal Rescue Alliance

    Terrace, BC

    [email protected]

    We are advocates for abused, neglected and abandoned animals in the community of Terrace, British Columbia and the surrounding area.
    Visit their website.

  • People Ensuring Animal Care Exists

    Pitt Meadows, BC

    [email protected]

    P.E.A.C.E. was established to help farmed animals and farm sanctuaries through resources, rescues, and education. Through their P.E.A.C.E. Rescue program, they help with sanctuary homing, foster and quarantine care, paying for initial medical costs, transport, and more. P.E.A.C.E. has also established a Farm Sanctuary in Mission, BC.
    Visit their website.

  • Pet Safe Society of Canada

    Quesnel, BC

    [email protected]

    PSCS is devoted to keeping animals safe during disasters.
    Visit their website.

  • Pets-Matter Foster Care Society

    Coquitlam, BC

    [email protected]

    Provides temporary, safe haven for pets in times of family crisis.
    Visit their website.

  • Prince George Humane Society

    Prince George, BC

    [email protected]

    Their mission is to offer exceptional animal welfare and outreach services to the Prince George community, northern British Columbia region, rural and first nation communities. They ensure animal welfare activities are of and for the north, reflecting and representing northern British Columbia needs and built in the north solutions, while providing national and international standards of care for animals within their care.
    Visit their website.

  • Rabbitats Rescue Society

    Richmond, BC

    [email protected]

    Rabbitats can help build affordable colony housing for sterilized rabbits and educate new rabbit guardians on low maintenance and sustainable care. Controlled rabbit populations can replace feral colonies.
    Visit their website.

  • Rest.Q Animal Sanctuary

    Galiano Island, BC

    [email protected]

    Rest.Q’s mission is to provide permanent shelter to unwanted animals, to provide temporary assistance to animals in need and to educate the community about responsible animal stewardship.
    Visit their website.

  • Revelstoke and District Humane Society

    Revelstoke, BC

    [email protected]

    Improving the welfare of animals through programs and services in sheltering, education and protection.
    Visit their website.

  • The R and R Ranch

    Chilliwack, BC

    [email protected]

    An animal shelter and pet adoption service in Chilliwack, BC.

  • Spirit’s Mission Rescue Society

    Gabriola Island, BC

    [email protected]

    Spirit’s Mission helps isolated communities, who ask for support and resources, to create healthy companion animal populations and to increase community safety by preventing dog and human conflicts. Our work together can be through spay/neuter and animal wellness clinics, and by partnering with the community to develop their own long term, self-sustaining animal management plans.
    Visit their website.

  • Surrey Animal Resource Centre

    Surrey, BC

    [email protected]

    The Surrey Animal Resource Centre helps animals and humans in Surrey, BC.
    Visit their website.

  • Surrey Community Cat Coalition

    Surrey, BC

    [email protected]

    Surrey Community Cat Coalition promotes the welfare of cats through rescue, spay and neuter, and public education.
    Visit their website.

  • TinyKittens Society

    Fort Langley, BC

    [email protected]

    To change perceptions and treatment of community cats by rescuing locally and raising awareness globally.
    Visit their website.

  • Vancouver Humane Society

    Vancouver, BC

    [email protected]

    The Vancouver Humane Society is dedicated to exposing animal abuse and assisting individuals, businesses and governments to end animal suffering, cruelty and exploitation.
    Visit their website.

  • Vancouver Rabbit Rescue & Advocacy

    Vancouver, BC

    [email protected]

    VRRA is dedicated to raising awareness of rabbits as house pets, the care and shelter of abandoned and neglected rabbits, providing veterinary care, spay and neuter, finding them homes. and educating regarding the keeping and understanding of rabbits.
    Visit their website.

  • Vet to Pet Mobile Service

    Smithers, BC

    [email protected]

    Serving the north, one community at a time! Out of Smithers and Hazelton, we also make planned trips to many other Northern communities making animal health easier! Spay/neuter, dental, exams, vaccines.
    Visit their website.

  • Victoria Humane Society

    Victoria, BC

    [email protected]

    Animal rescue, rehabilitation and adoption.
    Visit their website.

  • Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association

    Vancouver, BC

    [email protected]

    Rescue of cats in the Lower Mainland. Member of the Surrey Community Cat Coalition.
    Visit their website.

  • Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary

    Oyama, BC

    [email protected]

    Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary (WPBS) is dedicated helping to the lives of many furry friends across B.C. Our goal is to provide these animals with the love they so deserve. These animals have been rescued, abandoned or surrendered and brought to the sanctuary for shelter, medical care and unconditional love.
    Visit their website.

  • West Coast Animal Advocates

    Lake Country, BC

    [email protected]

    West Coast Animal Advocates provides care, support, and education through programs and services to individuals, groups, and communities to enhance companion animal welfare in B.C. and Canada. They provide assistance and support to remote communities with limited access to veterinary care and resources.
    Visit their website.

  • West Coast Rottweiler Rescue

    Surrey, BC

    [email protected]

    West Coast Rottweiler Rescue is dedicated to assisting Rottweilers that are currently in the shelter system on the west coast of Canada.

  • Whistler Animal Shelter

    Whistler, BC

    [email protected]

    Our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment to homeless and lost dogs and cats in our community and to be advocates in finding their forever homes. We place a strong emphasis on rehabilitation, critical, and compassionate care.
    Visit their website.

  • Wild West Animal League Society

    New Westminster, BC

    [email protected]

    Wild West Animal League Society builds awareness and brighter futures for companion animals in areas of BC that are remote, rural, and underserved by the rescue and shelter systems.

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