The SPCA Laurentides-Labelle undertakes to:

  • Provide advice and support to the foster family;
  • Provide food available at the shelter;
  • Provide veterinary examination and medication for his animals in foster care, according to his means and policies.

SPCALL remains the owner of the animal at all times and will decide on any care and treatment required.

SPCALL is not responsible for reimbursing the fees of a veterinarian chosen by the foster family or for any other food or other expenses not provided by SPCALL.

An animal which carries a disease in incubation can contaminate the other animals with which it comes into contact. SPCALL cannot be held responsible for any contamination of animals in the foster family.

SPCALL cannot be held responsible for physical or material damage related to the temporary care of animals.

The foster family undertakes to:

  • Communicate with us if the animal is sick;
  • Go to the appointment with the veterinarian or technician given by SPCALL;
  • Give the requested treatments and care;
  • Bring the animal back for vaccines and keep them for the next 10 days;
  • Bring the animal for check-ups during convalescence or in treatment;
  • Allow one or more visits by a SPCALL employee;
  • Do not disclose or publish any information, photos, or videos of animals under the care of the foster family or information on the organization without the prior authorization of SPCALL, in any form including social media;
  • Sign the confidentiality agreement.

If the foster family, or if someone close to the foster family, wants to adopt the animal, this must be done according to the terms and conditions of SPCALL. Adopters must sign the SPCALL contract, pay our adoption fees and the animal must be brought back for sterilization on the scheduled date.