Ontario SPCA

Ontario SPCA

April 06, 2015 12:34 ET

Ontario SPCA Seeks Owner of Injured and Abandoned Husky

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - April 6, 2015) -

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The Ontario SPCA is seeking the public's assistance in locating the owner of a nine-month-old Husky puppy.

On February 9, 2015, a man entered into a Dundas/Dovercourt Animal Hospital with a nine-month-old Husky puppy named "Ruby", explaining the dog needed medical attention. The alleged owner left the dog with the staff of the clinic stating he was going to pay his parking meter, but never returned.

The alleged owner had visited the clinic with this Husky four months prior. The dog came in with a fractured left tibia/fibula. After the dog was examined and a quote for the surgery to repair the facture was provided, the alleged owner left with the dog and did not return. False contact information was provided to the clinic.

During a veterinary exam on February 9, it was revealed the alleged owner never had the fracture repaired and the dog was in a great deal of pain.

After exhausting all avenues to locate the owner, The Ontario SPCA is using the images it has recently obtained of the alleged animal owner and in an effort to locate this person we are asking the public if they have any information to please contact 310-SPCA or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

"If pet owners are unable or unwilling to care for an animal there are better options than letting the animal suffer," says Alison Green, Regional Inspector. "Contact your local Ontario SPCA Community to discuss available services."

Ontario SPCA and Humane Society:

Protecting animals since 1873, Ontario SPCA is Ontario's Animal Welfare organization. A registered charity comprised of over 50 Communities.

Since 1919, when Ontario's first Animal Welfare legislation was proclaimed, the Ontario SPCA, with the help of its Communities, has been entrusted to maintain and enforce Animal Welfare legislation. The Act provides Ontario SPCA Agents and Inspectors with police powers to do so.

Ontario SPCA provides leadership in animal welfare innovations including introducing high-volume spay/neuter services to Ontario and opening the Provincial Education and Animal Centre.


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Contact Information

  • Media Contact
    Inspector Brad Dewar
    Investigation & Communications Officer
    Ontario SPCA, Provincial Office