Doctor Ho and His Dental Team | We Help the SPCA!
Letter from Doctor Ho | Our Philanthropic Mission
The philanthropic mission of my dental team has a local focus, because we want to give back to our community.
At our clinic, your dental treatments result in substantial financial assistance to help orphaned dogs and cats with no families at our neighbourhood SPCA.
Every time you spend money on your oral health or the appearance of your smile at our clinic, Dr. André Tam Ho and his dental team donate a portion of the profits to support the community mission of the SPCA.
Our financial commitment helps to improve the living conditions for dogs and cats that need our support at our neighbourhood SPCA :
5215 Jean-Talon West Street
(Namur Metro Station)
Did you know that approximately 14,000 dogs and cats are taken in by the SPCA every year?
They welcome dogs of all ages – from recently weaned puppies to young dogs to more mature dogs. All orphans. These dogs and cats have lived through difficult and complicated times, breakups, abandonment.
The SPCA takes in these orphans, and they need heroes and guardian angels to give them a better life. The success of the SPCA’s community mission is fully dependant on donations from public – from people like you and me. Our donations help to take care of these orphans, nurture them, provide them with adequate care, and find them permanent loving homes.
Mantra for the Love of Dogs and Cats:
May all dogs and cats in our community
be happy and safe.
May our feelings, stories, talents and actions today contribute to the protection and respect for all the dogs and cats in Quebec.
Our financial support can make a difference.
« The greatness of a nation, and its moral progress, can be judged by the way people treat animals; and the more helpless they are, the more deserving they are of our protection.»
Dr André Tam Ho and his dental team: We help the SPCA!
The SPCA Has Been Helping Animals in Quebec Since 1869
Founded in Montreal in 1869, the SPCA gives hope to cats and dogs in our neighbourhood. We are committed to contributing to the well-being of our community by supporting the mission of the SPCA:
The SPCA has come a long way since it first opened in 1869. It has evolved in step with our collective humanitarian conscience – standing up for dogs and cats that have no voice of their own, protecting them and allowing them to live a healthier life.
At our clinic, this noble cause speaks to our souls and touches our hearts. When we have the privilege of sharing our life with a dog or cat that we love, this love intensifies our sympathy for those who are less fortunate, and makes it impossible to remain passive or indifferent to the sadness and suffering of these dogs and cats that have lost their family and their home in one harsh moment.
We are committed to helping these local orphans, and our financial support helps us to make a real difference close to home.
Campaign to Renovate the Montreal SPCA Premises
At the present time, the SPCA needs public donations to carry out the following renovations to its guest home:
I would like to invite you to join my dental team’s philanthropic mission, and I know that if we work together we can make a positive and real change in the lives of these orphaned dogs and cats. Together, we can give them a better life.
I encourage you to support us in creating a welcoming home where these 14,000 cats and dogs will be treated with love and respect – right here in the heart of our community.
With sincere thanks. Namaste.
Doctor Ho and his dental team
Clinique Dentaire HO