Puppies should be spayed/neutered by 6 months of age.

Spaying or neutering your dogs can:

  • prevent urine marking, humping, male aggression and the urge to roam
  • prevent cancers of the reproductive system (male and female)
  • nearly eliminate the risk of breast cancer (in females)
  • help control the pet overpopulation problem
  • prevent inconveniences to owners

The Miramichi SPCA requires that you commit to spaying/neutering your pet upon adoption, should it not already be altered.

Failure to do so may result in repossession of the animal. 

Freeah is a beautiful girl who required a special home. She is weary of strangers and often has to have a few visits before letting new people near her. However, once she knows you, she is a playful, affectionate girl who always wants to be around you. Freeah would do best in a country home with lots of acreage to run and no small kids. She also has a strong prey drive and would need a home with no small animals. She does get along with some larger dogs but not all. She has been waiting a long time for her new forever home and hopes to find the perfect family soon!

DOB: 2012

Arrival Date: 2016

Breed: Staffrodshire terrier/ Lab mix

Spayed: Yes

dogs and puppies

Millie is a 1.5 yr old who was surrendered by her owner. She is shy and timid with all new people but warms up once she knows you. Millie would most likely not mind a cats. She is not yet spayed as she came into heat not long after her arrival. She will be spayed before leaving to her new home.

DOB: Early 2016

Arrival Date: May 2017

Breed: Husky/ Shepherd mix

Spayed: Not yet

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