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BC Pet Registry announces another Grant recipient

November 2022, BC Pet Registry is proud to provide free microchips with registrations to Creekside Animal Hospital in Vernon in order to support their community initiatives. With this grant, Creekside Animal Hospital will be able to help rescues and low income families to provide permanent identification for their pets.  According

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BC Pet Registry announces another Grant recipient

November 2022, BC Pet Registry is proud to provide free microchips with registrations to Creekside Animal Hospital in Vernon in order to support their community initiatives. With this grant, Creekside Animal Hospital will be able to help rescues and low income families to provide permanent identification for their pets.  According

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BC Pet Registry announces another Grant recipient

November 2022, BC Pet Registry is proud to provide free microchips with registrations to Creekside Animal Hospital in Vernon in order to support their community initiatives. With this grant, Creekside Animal Hospital will be able to help rescues and low income families to provide permanent identification for their pets.  According

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Against all odds, family reunited with their cat

She went missing from her family’s co-op grounds in Victoria. She was found in Nanaimo. No one knows how Miri, a three-and-a-half-year-old, blue and cream tortoiseshell cat, made the more than 100 kilometre journey. Her family, after months of looking and not hearing anything, thought that she was gone forever,

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BC Pet Registry helps reunite lost animals with owners

Story Originally Published at richmondsentinel.ca (Link to Original Post). “The city’s new shelter has space for 40 cats, including some that are adoptable.” Photo by Hannah Scott As Richmond celebrates the opening of a new animal shelter, a partnership between the city and BC SPCA, pet owners are encouraged to take

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BC Pet Registry announces another Grant recipient

November 2022, BC Pet Registry is proud to provide free microchips with registrations to Creekside Animal Hospital in Vernon in order to support their community initiatives. With this grant, Creekside Animal Hospital will be able to help rescues and low income families to provide permanent identification for their pets.  According

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Against all odds, family reunited with their cat

She went missing from her family’s co-op grounds in Victoria. She was found in Nanaimo. No one knows how Miri, a three-and-a-half-year-old, blue and cream tortoiseshell cat, made the more than 100 kilometre journey. Her family, after months of looking and not hearing anything, thought that she was gone forever,

Read More »

BC Pet Registry helps reunite lost animals with owners

Story Originally Published at richmondsentinel.ca (Link to Original Post). “The city’s new shelter has space for 40 cats, including some that are adoptable.” Photo by Hannah Scott As Richmond celebrates the opening of a new animal shelter, a partnership between the city and BC SPCA, pet owners are encouraged to take

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