PAWsitive Radio presents the Alberta SPCA

Robert Forto

Robert Forto

@robertforto | Executive producer and co-host of Dog Works Radio

Charmaine - womanition photoJoin Host Charmaine Hammond, best selling author, professionals speaker, Team Toby president and animal lover as she interviews Tim Battle from Alberta SPCA.

A study released by the Alberta SPCA in November 2012 revealed that 59% of pet-owning women in emergency shelters delayed leaving the abusive environment out of concern for their pets. In 36% of the cases, animals were threatened by the abuser – and 85% of those threats were carried out. Interviews with victims show how difficult it can be for women with pets or livestock to leave a violent relationship, and how the animals suffer as an abuser controls the victims by threatening or harming the animals.

In addition, children often witness the animal cruelty – and in half of the situations it’s  the child’s own pet that is threatened or harmed.

Tim will share how the Alberta SPCA and their partners are addressing this important issue, and how you can help.  You can visit to find out more, or Alberta SPCA at

Charmaine will also share some exciting news about musician Justin Hines’ Vehicle for Change Tour that Team Toby is organizing in Edmonton Sept 8.  To find out more visit

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Robert Forto

Robert Forto

@robertforto | Executive producer and co-host of Dog Works Radio

One thought on “PAWsitive Radio presents the Alberta SPCA

  1. Thanks to Dog Works Radio for hosting our show. What an incredible conversation I had with Tim Battle of the Alberta SPCA. They are undertaking a very important project to provide pets with safe keeping and care when their human family members are experiencing family violence and crisis. The project involves many organizations, all with different missions and expertise, but a common focus on this initiative. Thank you for helping raise awareness on this very important issue. Welcome your listeners comments and thoughts, and also shares about how their communities are addressing this, and similar issues.

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