"You cannot look at a sleeping cat and feel tense." (Jane Pauley)
"I always enjoy reading the newsletter! I frequently find useful tips and have relied on recommended pet-friendly accommodations.
This is Lady! Lady is a retriever X rescued dog from the
Winnipeg Humane Society.
She was first adopted at the age of two by an elderly gentleman who
nurtured her to a healthier existence. We don't know what happened to
Lady before her stay with Humane Society but when she was there she was
considered unadoptable due to her strong timidity. Well, it is 10 years
later and Lady never ceases to amaze me. I adopted Lady when her owner
passed away. Since then Lady has adjusted well to a life with a career
woman. She is so intelligent and rises to any challenge. She loves to
please and is a great pupil when it comes to learning and training.
She is adaptable, tolerant and with a great disposition that allows
her to go anywhere with me. She exhibits great docility toward children,
elderly, people in general and other pets. She has two best buddies,
Minette, a five year old cat adopted out of humane society
and Willow, a golden pup we added to the clan two years ago.
Lady is a great love and I feel blessed to have been able to be her owner!"
"This is Merlot, our wonderful Whippet. He is a great companion and lots of fun to be with. Likes to run and have a good time with other dogs. I'm happy to have him with us."
- Margaret H.
"Buddy was so worn out after his playtime."
- from Maureen H. of Markdale, Ontario
Sunshine, fresh air, and days spent relaxing outdoors are what summertime is all about. But with the hot summer weather come dangers, too. Here are a few tips to help ensure that you are your pet can safely enjoy the summer days together.
Also supervise dogs around water at all times, whether it's at the beach or at the pool. Get your dog a life jacket if you're taking him boating. Not all dogs are natural swimmers and the life jacket will help to keep him safe.