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Source: The Star

We wanted to share this great article about Rescues in our area. We do our best to help out the Dog Rescuers Inc and Dahlia from Mighty Mutt who also works with the MHS. They both do so much work to help animals in need.

Please read this fantastic article:

A Toronto filmmaker is making a TV documentary series about rescued dogs, the people who foster and rehabilitate them, their adoptive families and the rescue groups who take them into care.
By: News reporter, Published on Mon Aug 19 2013

Over a seven-month period, a large, stray dog was seen skulking around an Etobicoke car wash and a nearby industrial site littered with shredded metal. He’d forage through garbage and would run away if approached. Word went out through the well-connected dog rescuer group community in Toronto and one woman, who’s also a certified professional dog trainer, got an email about him. (more…)

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If you are interested in learning more about your pets, check out this site on soundcloud,

Animals’ Voice Pawdcast – Season 2, Episode 4

Since our furry friends are unable to tell us how they’re feeling you’ll need to be able to identify telltale signs of pain, and this podcast will help. In it, the Ontario SPCA interviews Dr. Sheilah Robertson of the American Veterinary Medical Association about assessing pain in animals. With 32 years of experience as a veterinarian, Dr. Robertson has focused on assessing and relieving pain in animals, with a speciailziation in pain management and anesthesia so she is an extremely qualified speaker on this subject.

I encourage you to listen to this episode of the Pawdcast on Sound Could or iTunes.

More Animals’ Voice Pawdcast episodes are planned, so stay tuned!

Host, Kevin MacKenzie, speaks with Dr. Sheilah Robertson of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Robertson discusses the current research involving assessing pain in animals.

Every 2 weeks there will be a new informative Pawdcast!

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No hot pets

The summer can be a wonderful time for you and your pet. It’s also a time where you need to be careful of the dangers surrounding your animal.  You can help spread the word by sharing how deadly it is to leave your pet in your vehicle. No Hot Pets is a campaign encouraging pet owners to take their pet with them when they park their car. Share this message and take the pledge today! Let’s have no hot pets this summer!
Check out the website at www.nohotpets.ca or the Ontario SPCA

See a dog in a car? What you should do!

If you observe an animal suffering in the heat, contact your local SPCA, humane society or police services.

Become a Sponsor

Join our team in the award-winning No Hot Pets campaign by becoming a sponsor! (more…)

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SOX IS A FOSTER DOG WITH THE DOG RESCUERS INC.
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UPDATE: April 9th: sox has been found!!!! YEAH

UPDATE: April 8th
Sox is still on the loose…. there have been a few sightings near Guelph line and Derry Rd. The search continues, if you have any sightings in the area please contact the Dog Rescuers Inc. 416-567-6249 or by email info@thedogrescuersinc.ca (more…)

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Baldur is a celebrity at Tansley Woods Long Term Care Home.

The gentle, caramel coloured Hungarian Vizsla with a greying muzzle is known by name and greeted with smiles and pats from residents and staff.

A number of seniors living at the home even keep jars of dog treats in their rooms for when he or his sister Szep stop by.
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Police are seeking the operator of an Ontario dog rescue who they allege hanged her dog in a Toronto shelter this summer after it was removed from her care.

Toronto police Det.-Const. Tamara Lawrynowycz says the woman was supposed to be handing over the dog to a new owner and was given a leash and muzzle to get the pet ready.
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Last Updated: Dec 3, 2012 3:22 PM PT

Charges of animal cruelty have been laid against the owner of a German shepherd found beaten and dying in a dumpster earlier this year.

Brian Whitlock, 26, is expected to make his first court appearance on Dec. 7.

“The B.C. SPCA is extremely pleased that Crown counsel accepted our recommendation for charges in this case,” said spokesperson Lorie Chortyk.

“It is absolutely heartbreaking to think of the suffering that this dog experienced — it’s beyond comprehension.”
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Day 2 at Winter Woofstock was not a disappointment!

From Pug Races to Great Danes, it was once again packed with people and all breeds of dogs. (more…)

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