The Greater Moncton SPCA is one of Atlantic Canada's largest animal shelters, taking in more than 2,000 animals each year.

Our Mission Statement

To provide and promote high quality animal care through our commitment to continuous improvement of our services, education and community programs.

Our Vision

To be the leading example of animal care through education and advocacy; setting a standard that inspires our community to consistently demonstrate compassion for all animals.

Values & Strategic Pillars

Our History

The Greater Moncton Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) was formed in 1955 by a small group of concerned citizens (headed by Mrs. Constance Hoover), who thought something should be done about the stray animals and cruelty towards animals in this area. The following year, SPCA (Moncton) Inc. was founded and built by Mrs. Hoover and her mother.

For years, Mrs. Hoover ran the SPCA with help from close friends, primarily Mr. and Mrs. Sternbach, and Mrs. Rena Michahelles. In its infancy, the work was done on a volunteer basis. As funds became available, staff was put in place to run the shelter.

The Greater Moncton SPCA continues to work tirelessly on behalf of the animals in our region with the aim of preventing animal cruelty from blatant physical abuse to neglect. The Greater Moncton SPCA is the largest animal shelter in New Brunswick, taking in over 2,000 animals every year.