Exotics

RE: COVID-19
We at the Saskatoon SPCA take great pride in providing safe shelter to thousands of homeless animals annually. As such, we take the health and wellness of our animals and the staff that care for them very seriously. At this time, we are limiting public access to the shelter to protect our staff who provide care to animals in need. If you are interested in adopting, please call us at (306) 374 PETS to schedule a visit with an adoptable animal.

The term exotic is a large umbrella term used at the Saskatoon SPCA, used to describe every animal that isn't a dog or cat, including small mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and rodents.

These sometimes unconventional pets may not be for everyone, but they can make great additions to your home if you approach them with an open mind. Care for these animals is quite different than for a dog or cat, and it is always best to research the housing and handling requirements specific to the type of animal you are interested in. The Adoption Representatives at the SPCA are happy to help answer any questions you may have, or you can refer to materials supplied by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, of which the Saskatoon SPCA is a member, available here.

Click here to complete an exotic pet adoption application. 

If no critters are showing up below, click here to view our Adoptable Exotics on PetHarbor!