The BC SPCA Treat Week takes place Feb. 24 to Mar. 1. (Contributed)

Win a puppy party for the BC SPCA’s Treat Week

Winning workplace must raise at least $500

Have you ever imagined a puppy party at your workplace?

No need to dream about it anymore. The BC SPCA will be picking one lucky workplace for a visit to promote their annual fundraising campaign, Treat Week.

For Treat Week animal lovers across the province will be collecting donations to support the organization and then giving treats as a thank you.

If your workplace team raises more than $500 you will be entered into a draw to have adorable puppies brought to visit you at work.

When registering each workplace is asked to put their company name in the team name so they can be included in the draw.

READ MORE: Four ‘neglected’ dogs surrendered to SPCA by Maple Ridge backyard breeder

Eligible teams must be located within British Columbia and have a BC SPCA branch located in their community.

Puppy parties will only be held at workplaces deemed suitable for animals and not at private residences.

The party will be scheduled between April and Dec. 2020 at a mutually convenient time based upon a combination of winner’s preferences and availability of BC SPCA staff and animals.

Age and number of dogs may vary based on availability of animals with appropriate temperament.

Dogs may not be available for adoption at the time of the party and attendance at the party does not imply any advantage or preference in the adoption process for those animals available.

READ MORE: BC SPCA to recommend charges in case involving 27 horses

BC SPCA staff may need to visit facility prior to bringing animals on site.

If for any reason the selected workplace is deemed unsuitable for animals being on site, the BC SPCA reserves the right to move the location of the puppy party to a BC SPCA facility.

For the well being of the animals involved, large groups will need to work with BC SPCA staff to develop a plan to ensure appropriate number of employees around the animals at all times

The BC SPCA will supply all participants with a digital host kit, a recipe book, printable poster and other supplies to help out with fundraising for a $25 self-donation.

They will also supply printed posters or coin boxes for fundraising campaigns.

Treat Week takes place Feb. 24 to March 1. For more information email

BC SPCA staff will contact the winning workplace by April 15 to discuss timing, available space, preferences and restrictions.

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter


Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Comments are closed

Just Posted

Pitt Meadows one step closer to developing North Lougheed Study Area

City council endorsed the revised NLSA land use plan on Tuesday, July 7

VIDEO: Plane that reportedly crashed into Fraser River was from Delta flight school, Transportation Safety Board confirms

Cessna was flying over the river near Maple Ridge and Langley when it disappeared from radar

RCMP, coroner, investigating fisherman’s sudden death

A Maple Ridge man, in his 50s, died while fishing on a bridge near Trail this past weekend

Practical nurse thanked with donation to Ridge Meadows Hospital

Benito Tuyor was singled out as a ‘Caregiving Angel’ for the compassion he showed a patient

The pandemic is widening Canada’s workplace gender gap

Gender pay gap is incentivizing fathers to work while mothers watch children, a new B.C. study has found

Feds announce $8.3M to deal with ‘ghost’ fishing gear in B.C. waters

Ghost gear accounts for up to 70 per cent of all macro-plastics in the ocean by weight

Almost 99% less land in B.C. burned this year compared to 2018

2018 was the worst year on record for wildfires

B.C. orders Coastal GasLink to stop pipeline construction near protected wetlands

The 670-kilometre pipeline is planned to transport natural gas from northeast B.C. to Kitimat

Sunflower Highway, art initiative to connect Fraser Valley, Thompson-Nicola and Okanagan

Sunflowers made out of reclaimed materials will be installed on public art trails

B.C. tent camps persist as hotels, housing bought for homeless

Current estimate 40 camps, homeless counts stalled by COVID-19

VIDEO: Trio of orphaned Alberta grizzly bear cubs find new home at Vancouver zoo

The Alberta cubs’ mother was killed by hunters and would have otherwise been euthanized, zoo says

VIDEO: Racist ‘cotton’ comment by B.C. student generates outrage online, response by school

Administrator says ‘no doubt that implicit and overt discrimination is present’ in schools

Recent COVID-19 hotspots show ‘cases can reemerge at anytime’ in Canada, feds warn

Njoo said the recent increase in reproductive number brings home the importance of watching for outbreaks

Most Read