THE LLOYDMINSTER & DISTRICT SPCA IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
The Lloydminster and District S.P.C.A in a non-profit organization which receives funding from the City of Lloydminster for operational costs of the shelter. This municipal funding is our main source of ongoing funding as we do not receive any provincial or federal funding. General fees at the shelter, along with general donations, fundraisers, and grants make up the rest of our operational budget. These mulitple sources allow us to continually pay our monthly bills, staff wages, building upgrades/maintenance, utility expenses, cleaning materials, pet food and supplies, veterinary fees, and all other miscellaneous costs. We thank the City of Lloydminster, all of our donors, and fundraiser volunteers/attendees for their support.
A loving, responsible home for every animal.
Through education, spay and neuter programs, temporary shelter and permanent placement of animals into loving homes, the Lloydminster & District SPCA is committed to reduce or eliminate the number of neglected and abandoned companion animals in our community.
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THINKING OF DONATING TO THE SPCA?
Looking to volunteer your time?
We have a number of ways and opportunities for you to volunteer!
Please fill out our Volunteer Application, that can be downloaded and filled out at your convenience.
What Can You Do as Volunteer?
Fundraising & Events
The SPCA has a variety of fundraisers and events throughout the year. We are always looking for volunteers to help with the events! From flipping burgers to assisting photographers, there is something to entice anyone! Please fill out the event section of your volunteer application form!
Dog Walk Program
Dogs may be walked, or taken to our play area for some games of catch, belly rubs, or some socilization with another dog! This program was developed to improve the quality of life for the dogs staying at the SPCA. A dog that is walked and has social interaction every day is healthier, happier, and more likely to be adopted.
Cat Cuddlers Program
The Lloydminster & District SPCA volunteers play with, groom, and give our furry friends the love and affection they need. Keeping cats minds stimulated by learning and play are just as important as it is for a dog.
If you wish to volunteer your time with the cats or dogs please phone ahead to book your orientation. (780-875-2809)