Brando and Luca now heading home, all went well, both hearts are good!!A couple of very tired doggies!!
Thank you to all our volunteers who helped to make today a huge success, you guysare the best!!
Our last dog of the day!!
Pictured is Foxy getting her microchip done.Thanks to all who came out to support our clinic and show a concern for the safetyof their dogs and cats. A microchip will help your pet to be returned safely back home.
Pictured here our volunteers doing our annual display for Bite Prevention and Safety around dogs.It was a fun weekend and always great speaking with our community about our program andservices.
HAMILTON–Donna Davison could not believe what she saw in the rear-view mirror. It made her sick. Standing behind her car on Brant County Rd. 22 southwest of Hamilton just after 7 a.m. was a wet, sand-covered dog – its neck dragged down by a brick tied to its collar with a bolt. It seems, she said, someone threw the dog in the Grand River
There is an interesting article in the Globe and Mail today talkingabout the Toronto Humane Society and Toronto Animal Services. http://www.theglobe andmail.com/ news/national/ toronto/killing- them-with- kindness/ article1160810/
Dying bulldog saves her ownerProvided by: The Canadian Press, Pets Editorial TeamBy The Associated PressGRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – A Michigan man’s decision not to end his terminally ill bulldog’s life has ended up saving his own.Scott Seymour said his dog, Brittney, awakened him with her barking early Saturday in time for both of them to escape from his burning house in Grand Rapids.The fire