Langham Court Theatre Presents: Sylvia

Help support Victoria Pet Adoption Society and treat yourself to a night out! Tickets for a special "sneak preview" of Langham Court Theatre's production "Sylvia" are available through VPAS for just $16 each and 100% of the proceeds will help provide much needed medical care for homeless pets. Seats are limited so get yours right away.

United Way Donations

United Way Donations

Did you know that if your employer works with United Way to contribute to community programs, you can designate your contributions to Victoria Pet Adoption Society? Simply contact your plan administrator with our name and registered charity number (86423 5262 RR0001) and ask that your regular contribution be donated to VPAS. Not sure if your employer supports United Way through its community programs? Just ask your employer! Asking your employer to designate your donation to VPAS is a great way to ensure your United Way donation goes to a charity that you support.

Thank You

Thank You

We would like to thank Kelli for entering a photo of her rescue dogs into Kuranda's Dog of the Week photo contest and for choosing VPAS as the organization to benefit from the dog bed that she won. This dog bed will be donated to Sophia, a new dog in our adoption program who is recovering from surgery. Thank you for thinking of us Kelli!

The Animal Rescue Site $100,000 Shelter+ Challenge


Help Victoria Pet Adoption Society win a $10,000 grant!

Vote for us at and we could win $10,000 to help pets in need.

The Animal Rescue Site is hosting a special challenge for eligible member shelter and rescue groups. The grand prize is a $10,000 grant, and they will be awarding many other grants to rescue groups with the most votes — a total of $100,000 in grants for animal welfare organizations.

Think how many animals we could help for $10,000!

Tripod is Adopted! Look below to see his YouTube video

Tripod is Adopted!  Look below to see his YouTube video

Little Tripod first arrived at VPAS at 10 weeks of age with a badly broken leg and shoulder. After surgery to amputate his injured leg, and some time in the veterinary hospital battling an infection, Tripod found himself in a foster home. We are very happy to report that Tripod has healed up extremely well from his ordeal and he has no reservations about blasting around his house at full tilt, taunting his new doggy friend. And the good news keeps coming for Tripod. We are very happy to announce that Tripod's foster home has turned into his forever home; he has been adopted!

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