Spay and Neuter Clinic
Thunder Bay & District Humane Society is taking the lead to control pet overpopulation in the region.
The Thunder Bay & District Humane Society has launched a very special spay and neuter clinic campaign called ‘Take the Lead’. The aim of the ‘Take the Lead’ campaign is to raise $200,000 to ensure that, with support from the community, a new Spay and Neuter Clinic will be opened to serve the District of Thunder Bay and surrounding communities of Northwestern Ontario including First Nations.
The Clinic will:
- Provide high volume, high quality spay and neuter services
- Be located at the current Thunder Bay & District Humane Society site (1535 Rosslyn Road)
- Focus on cats and dogs
- Be fully staffed with veterinarians, technicians, and cutting-edge technology
- Be open to the general public
- Spay and neuter all cats and dogs entering the Thunder Bay & District Humane Society
Help to improve the lives of countless animals. Your generous donation will provide desperately needed regional animal services including spay and neuter services, transportation, mobile clinic operation, expert staff development, and much more. As a supporter, you understand the positive impact this facility will have on the animals in your life, the safety of your neighbourhood, and the reduction of animal cruelty.
How to Donate
To donate, simply download our donation form and return it to us today via mail, email, fax, or in person. You can also donate online.
Mail & In Person
Thunder Bay & District Humane Society
1535 Rosslyn Road, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 6W2
T: (807) 475-8803
You can also contact the Thunder Bay and District Humane Society office to donate, or create your own fundraising page at www.canadahelps.org to raise these much-needed funds.