Yes, the SPCA in Canada/BC does euthanize animals. "The pet-food industry tends to dismiss the evidence of tens of thousands of healthy dogs on raw diets as ‘anecdotal’, but I’d rather be another anecdote with a healthy dog than another clinical statistic sat in a waiting room.".
The SPCA cares for more than 12,000 animals each year through programs that include adoptions; admissions; animal rescues; animal emergency transports; stray lost and found services; animal cruelty investigations and seizures; care for wildlife, reptiles, exotics, and farm animals; and much more.
The Montgomery County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a nonprofit organization dedicated to animal protection, humane education, and caring for unwanted, lost and abused domestic animals. Established in 1909, the Montgomery County SPCA (in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), has three locations.
ASPCA is restricted to protecting the rights of animals in the United States while SPCA is an international organization which has branches all over the world. ASPCA works under one banner and has same aims and objectives while SPCA has different goals and targets in each country and are not connected to each other in any way.