The Grande Prairie Regional Animal Care Facility, operated by both the City and County of Grande Prairie, is reassuring people they will be continuing their services until something more permanent is put in place.
This comes on the heels of last week’s announcement that the Grande Prairie & District SPCA would be dissolving after 45 years of service.
“We appreciate how important animal care and adoption services are to our community. Over the last 13 months, this partnership has worked together to ensure those services are maintained and we are committed to ensuring that a permanent solution is found,” said City of Grande Prairie Mayor Bill Given.
“The County of Grande Prairie thanks the Grande Prairie & District SPCA for their 45 years of dedicated service in providing human shelter services for animals in need and serving as a hub for animal adoptions to our community,” added Leanne Beaupre, Reeve of the County of Grande Prairie.
Petland, the Bear Creek Animal Clinic, Grande Prairie Regional College and Edmonton Humane Society will remain close partners with GPRACF. They have assisted over the last year with local adoption and shelter services.
Questions can be directed to 780-830-0199, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found on GPRACF’s Facebook page.