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Peterborough Humane Society Packs Its Bags To Move Into the New Peterborough Animal Care Centre

Roughly 100 animals were moved to the new location but the space is not yet open to the public. The new PACC features an animal adoption and education centre, a spay-and-neuter clinic and a dog rehabilitation centre.

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Peterborough Humane Society shifts operations to new animal care centre

Operations are shifting to the Peterborough Animal Care Centre on 1999 Technology Dr. on Tuesday, Jan. 17. As of Saturday, the current 65-year-old facility at 385 Lansdowne St. East will be closed.

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$25K boost for new Peterborough Animal Care Centre

The Peterborough Humane Society (PHS) has received a generous in-kind donation from cabinet maker Varcroft & Bianco, who installed hand crafted kitchens in both the staff office space and the spay and neuter clinic at the new Peterborough Animal Care Centre (PACC).

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Auto Connect Donations $50,000 Towards Peterborough Animal Care Centre

The Peterborough Animal Care Centre (PACC) is one step closer to being complete as the Peterborough Humane Society (PHS) has received a $50,000 donation from Auto Connect Sales Inc. announced on Thursday.

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Peterborough police K9 calendar supports humane society’s new animal care centre

A new calendar project featuring Peterborough police service dogs aims to support the Peterborough Humane Society’s new animal care centre.

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Kawartha Downs donates $25,000 to the Peterborough Animal Care Centre

The Peterborough Humane Society has received a $25,000 donation from Kawartha Downs Raceway. The money will be distributed to the ‘Our Pet Project’ capital campaign to build the Peterborough Animal Care Centre.

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Trees planted at new Peterborough Humane Society facility

More than 400 trees and shrubs were planted at the new Peterborough Humane Society site during the 2022 TD Tree Days event Saturday, October 22. More than 50 volunteers planted over 400 trees, including Staghorn Sumac, Willow, and Red Osier Dogwood.

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Peterborough Animal Care Centre Retail Area Named Jade’s Pet Boutique’ In New Partnership With Can-Pet

The boutique is named after Jade, Nick Nicoloff’s late dog, who is the principle and vice president of Can-Pet Inc. Jade served as the ‘President and CEO’ and Can-Pet ambassador who came into work every day for 17 years.

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Peterborough Humane Society sees ‘influx of spontaneous giving’ as work on new home continues

The Peterborough Humane Society has seen a recent spree of unexpected donations, with tens of thousands of dollars being passed onto the organization. One donation was left by Bob and Betty Burgess, who slipped an envelope with a $10,000 cheque into a donation of blankets and towels.

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Red X Technologies Donates $60,000 Of Hardware & Technology To Peterborough Humane Society

Mark Garrard with Red X Technologies Inc. has provided the Peterborough Humane Society with over $60,000 worth of hardware and technology.

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Friendly Fires owner Alex Soubliere donates $25,000 to Peterborough Humane Society

Alex Soubliere, owner of Peterborough-based fireplace and barbecue retailer Friendly Fires, has donated $25,000 to the Peterborough Humane Society for the new Peterborough Animal Care Centre.

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Woman’s estate bestows $741,000 for Peterborough Humane Society’s animal care centre

A Peterborough-area woman’s estate gift is providing $741,000 to the Peterborough Humane Society‘s new animal care centre project. According to the humane society, the late Cynthia (Cyndy) Richards left the estate gift to support the Our Pet Project campaign to build the $10.3-million facility on 20 acres of land on Technology Drive in the city’s east end.

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Havelock Metal donating, installing roof for new Peterborough animal care centre

A Havelock roofing company is offering to donate and install a metal roof for the Peterborough Humane Society’s new animal care centre project. Fundraising efforts continue for the $10.3-million centre to be built on 20 acres of land on Technology Drive in the city’s east end. The facility would replace the aging and cramped animal shelter on Lansdowne Street East and include an adoptions centre and spay and neuter clinic as well as a provincial dog rehabilitation centre and offices.

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Nexicom Commits $126,000 To Our Pet Project Campaign To Build New Animal Care Centre

Nexicom has announced its commitment of $126,000 to Our Pet Project, the Peterborough Humane Society’s campaign to build the new Animal Care Centre, and will sponsor the Centre’s Adoption Technology Hub.

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Peterborough Humane Society receives $50,000 donation to support new animal care centre

The Peterborough Humane Society has received a $50,000 donation towards its campaign to build a first-of-its-kind animal care centre. ‘Our Pet Project’ aims to build the $10-million facility on 20 acres of land on Technology Drive to replace the aging and cramped shelter on Lansdowne Street East. Shawn Morey, the society’s executive director, says the couple who made the donation have asked to remain anonymous.

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Law firm LLF pledging $25,000 to Peterborough Humane Society’s new animal care centre

A Peterborough law firm has pledged a $25,000 contribution towards the Peterborough Humane Society’s new animal care centre.

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Family donates $25K to Peterborough Humane Society

Peterborough Humane Society Receives $25,000 Donation From Leask Family For Their Our Pet Project Capital Fundraising Campaign.

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Darling Insurance Golf Tournament tees off Aug. 29 in Peterborough

Plans for the 22nd annual Darling Insurance Golf Tournament were announced Tuesday. The tournament will take place Aug. 29 at the Peterborough Golf and Country Club on Armour Road. The tournament will benefit Community Care Peterborough and the Peterborough Humane Society. Over the years, the tournament has raised more than $250,000 for local charities.

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Mobile clinic in Peterborough prevents thousands of unwanted kittens and puppies

An estimated 2,000 potentially unwanted kittens and puppies were prevented as a result of last weekend’s mobile spay and neuter clinic in Peterborough.

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Peterborough Humane Society receives $50,000 donation to support new animal care centre

The Peterborough Humane Society has received a $50,000 donation towards its campaign to build a first-of-its-kind animal care centre.

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Ontario SPCA & Humane Society Podcast:

Learn all about Ontario SPCA’s Provincial Dog Rehab Centre that will be housed in Peterborough’s new Animal Care Centre.

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7 Common Misconceptions about the Peterborough Humane Society

Learn more about the amazing work being done by in our shelter as PTBOCanada dispels 7 of the most common misconceptions about the Peterborough Humane Society and the humane animal care it provides.

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Mortons donate $25K to Peterborough Humane Society

A Peterborough couple has donated $25,000 to the Peterborough Humane Society’s Our Pet Project campaign. David and Patricia Morton made the donation to help the society build its new Peterborough Animal Care Centre, which will house the society’s adoption and education centre, a spay and neuter clinic and a provincial dog rehabilitation centre, in addition to the society’s offices.

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