The Prince Albert SPCA strives to expand and enhance the services and programs we offer to the animals and community. To provide a satisfying service experience for volunteers, the SPCA strives to place volunteers within our organization based on the volunteer’s time, commitment, skills and interests. Volunteers give our organization the ability to stretch limited budget dollars and improve the lives of the animals.

Volunteers are a big part of the Prince Albert SPCA. We need volunteers to help with our events and also to assist with everyday operations. All of the jobs we have to do are important to us and especially to the animals. You play a vital role in creating a clean, healthy, stimulating environment for our animals to live in and help us provide them the human contact they adore.

Download the 2017 Volunteer Application Form

Download the 2017 Group Volunteer Application Form

Volunteer Jobs

Web Pets Support – Provide your skills of photography and take pictures of the pets that are available for adoption. You can also help with website maintenance and editing.

Office Assistant – Support the business office by helping out with special projects, such as data entry, general office duties, and typing.

Special Event Assistant – Volunteers at special events hosted by members of the SPCA and raise funds for the shelter community. Commitment would be on a as-needed basis when events are scheduled. Activities could include hanging up posters, selling tickets and memberships, working at our garage sale, etc.


Programs Offered

Feline Friends – Spend time petting and brushing our feline friends. Tellington Touch, Social Interaction, and more.

Puppy Pals – Teaching puppies social interaction skills and assisting with leash training during positive play time.

Canine Companions – One on one interaction with our adult dogs to teach them good manners and social skills to prepare them for their forever homes.

Dog Walker – Dogs at the shelter sometimes need extra outside time and going for walks is a great way to get them moving!