If searching for dogs or cats, please visit the Meet Your Match website to take the short online survey and find your colour. http://meetyourmatch.ontariospca.ca/surveys.
Please select one of the following to view the available animals for adoption:
Every single day animals arrive at the Ontario SPCA Orangeville & District Branch needing our help. We feed, exercise, bathe, socialize, play with and provide comfort to these abused, neglected and abandoned animals. We drive the wounded and sick to the veterinarian, change bandages, administer medications and monitor their recovery - with the goal of finding each animal a loving home. Last year hundreds of animals were adopted from the Orangeville & District Branch Adoption Centre including cats and dogs of all ages, shapes, sizes and breeds, as well as birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, pot bellied pigs, horses and more!
A perfect match
Adoption Centre staff will help you through every step of finding your special friend - one that is just right for you. They will answer any questions, help you decide which pet is a good match for you, and be available for advice following your pet adoption. When you adopt your pet, not only do you get a wonderful friend, you give an animal an incredible gift, a second chance to find happiness and love. Plus you get great value, your pet will be spayed/neutered and vaccinated and you'll receive helpful literature on caring for your pet.
We invite you to drop by the Adoption Centre during adoption hours to view or visit the animals. You can also click on the links above to view our adoptable animals online.
Orangeville & District Branch Adoption Centre
650 Riddell Road
Orangeville, Ontario L9W 5G5
Phone: (519) 942-3140
Fax: (519) 942-3678
Monday to Friday
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Animal Control Hours:
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m
Our Satellite Adoption Centre
Come visit our satellite adoption centre and meet some of our adoptable kittens and cats.
'Global Pet Foods - Orangeville store
Orangeville, ON L9W 4N8
We are located on Riddell Road just north of Townline and south of Richardson Road in the west end industrial section of Orangeville. The Adoption Centre is located south of the new Sobeys Plaza, just past Richardson Road; we are on the east side of Riddell road, parking is in front of the Adoption Centre.
ADOPTION FEES FOR ANIMALS AT THE ONTARIO SPCA ORANGEVILLE AND DISTRICT BRANCH ADOPTION CENTRE
Effective January 21, 2013.
Applicable tax is included in the adoption rates. Payment can be made by cash, debit, VISA or MasterCard. *Adoption fee may vary for specific dogs. Discounted rates on dogs and cats for seniors and special adoption events will still apply.
Dogs and Puppies - $300.00*
Adoption fee may vary for specific dogs
Cats and Kittens - $175.00
INCLUDED IN THE FEES FOR DOGS AND CATS:
The animal is spayed or neutered
• microchip for identification
• initial vaccinations have been started except the
• received routine treatment for internal and external parasites
Rabbits - $35
Ferrets - $85
Guinea Pigs - $15
Most small rodents - $10
Mice - $5
Birds - $25
For canaries, budgies, love birds, cockatiels; special pricing as necessary for exotic parrots
BUS ROUTE SPECIAL NOTICE FOR ONTARIO SPCA
The Town of Orangeville has agreed to have a special arrangement with transit for anyone who is coming to the shelter or Dufferin Children and Family Services on Orangeville Transit. On request the bus driver - ORANGE ROUTE, the Alder Street Rec Centre Route - will detour from the regular route to drop passengers off at the end of our driveway or in the DCAFs parking lot, for people heading there. Passengers coming to the Ontario SPCA are NOT expected to cross the highway, the driver will stop on the shoulder on the east side of the road to let them exit the bus.
Pickup will also be on request - the passenger will need to call 519-941-2582 at least 30 minutes prior to when they wish to be picked up - and the driver will stop for them. It is the passenger's responsibility to watch for the bus and board it at the end of our driveway. Again, they should NOT cross the road.