HELP FOR HERO
Hero is only ONE year old. He had not been feeling well for a few days and had stopped eating when he was surrendered to WAG.
He had a painful abdomen and his blood work showed severely elevated liver values with non-regenerative anemia. He is in the end stages of liver failure and it is most likely due to ingesting something extremely poisonous over a week ago.
He is in CRITICAL CONDITION and WE NEED YOUR HELP!
How does YOUR pet do Spring?!
Our Spring Fling Photo Contest is back!
This is your chance to be a part of our 2020 calendar...
Choose a photo that shows your cat or dog enjoying Spring - Have fun and get creative!
Winners will be featured in our 2020 calendar and receive sweet gift baskets - only $10 to enter!
DOG JOG 2019
This fun run is proud to be part of the Whistler Half Marathon weekend and is a tribute to our four-legged friends. Offering a 4.5km or 2.5km course option, the Dog Jog can be done as a run, or a walk with all members of the family!
We are OPEN for PUBLIC VISITING HOURS from Thursdays to Saturdays from 1 pm to 4 pm, but staff and volunteers are at the shelter 7 DAYS PER WEEK, 365 DAYS PER YEAR!
Our Public Visiting Hours are for general inquiries, adoption questions, shelter information, and more. Animal visits will only be available if we have appropriate animals.
Being a non-profit, we have very limited staffing resources and are unable to have a full-time receptionist to manage visitors for longer than these hours.
We are ALWAYS available, however, for volunteer shifts, adoption appointments, foster pick ups and drop offs, and more. AS LONG AS WE KNOW YOU ARE COMING, WE CAN MEET YOU ALMOST ANY DAY!
Please do not bang or pull on the door when we are closed - contact us and arrange a time to meet a staff member, as we are often working in the back.
We are available for Bylaw pick ups from 9am to 6pm daily.
Hello, WAG supporters!
You may or may not have noticed how busy it has gotten around the shelter lately with traffic and limited parking, but we would like to let everyone know that the few spaces directly in front of the shelter have been reserved for WAG.
We have worked hard to keep these spots available for our volunteers, transport drivers, foster homes, and adopters, so please only park here if you are visiting WAG. Often our animals are sick, injured, in crates, or recovering from surgery and need to be carried into the building.
Thank you for your understanding and support!