Career woman and mayoral candidate Caroline Sheppard (Amanda Langille) is determined to find her family's stolen dog, Dinah. Given a lead by an animal welfare activist, Caroline risks her safety and reputation and alienates her family as she searches for Dinah in the underground hell of puppy breeding mills and research laboratories. But when she confronts a brutal dog-fighting ring her courage inspires her family to reunite and help her rescue their pet. 

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Nova Scotia SPCA – Investigating Cruelty With Your Help

Published on May 3, 2013 in Blog

SPCA-logo-nsThe mission of the Nova Scotia SPCA is to prevent abuse, neglect and cruelty to animals, and provide for province-wide leadership on matters that promote and improve the welfare of all animals through animal protection; care and rehabilitation; humane education; advocacy and engagement and collaboration with stakeholders.

Vision Statement

The vision of the Nova Scotia SPCA is that Nova Scotia be a no-kill province and a safe place for all animals with zero tolerance for animal cruelty.

The Nova Scotia SPCA is empowered under the provincial Animal Protection Act to investigate complaints of animal cruelty; help secure the arrest, conviction and punishment of all persons violating the Act; and, when necessary, seize animals from situations of cruelty or neglect.  To read the Nova Scotia Animal Protection Act, click the link above.

NS-SPCA-visionTo witness one of the Nova Scotia cruelty investigations, click on the following link:

Investigations like the one in the video above can’t take place without the assistance of the public.  Please be the voice of those who cannot protect themselves.  Report animal cruelty whenever you see it.

To report cruelty toward companion animals in Nova Scotia, call the Nova Scotia SPCA: 1-888-703-7722 or email

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