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    Sheltering Society’s Most Vulnerable

    Sheltering Society’s Most Vulnerable “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” ― Mahatma Gandhi   According to the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies – the national voice for animal welfare – more than a quarter million dogs and[…]

    How to Make a Pet Emergency Preparedness Kit

    When an emergency strikes, it’s important that you and your family are ready for anything. Having all the essentials your pet could need ready to go in the event of a disaster can give you peace of mind. You can purchase premade Emergency kits, but you can also assemble your[…]

    How To Save On Pet Expenses

    Being a pet owner can be pricey, here are some tips to help you get more bark for your buck! Health: Vet bills can be expensive. One way to avoid a surprise expense at the vet is by taking good care of your pet’s health with preventative measures. Clean Teeth,[…]

    Toxic Plants Your Pets Should Avoid

    From Your Flowerbed: Lillies: There are several kinds of lilies, with varying degrees of toxicity that should be avoided by all your pets, especially your feline friends. High toxicity (star lily, glory lily, lily of the valley) Kidney failure (swollen abdomen – fluid retention, unusual urination – marked increase or[…]

    Living With Both Cats and Dogs

    We’ve all heard the term “fighting like cats and dogs” but does it have to be that way? Can cats and dogs live together in harmony? You bet! Here are some ways you can make cohabiting and even introductions the best they can be. The More The Merrier! Having a home[…]