Incidents of companion animals injured and killed crop up in PEI, Manitoba, and Alberta as trapping season opens.
A will can protect your pets after you're gone and make sure their future care is binding.
Cats face numerous dangers and are a threat to wildlife when allowed to roam. Here’s some tips to keep your cat happy and safe!
There are solutions to end suffering of animals caught by traps in Delta, BC. This post has no graphic images.
The Gryphon Press is printing books to help children be more compassionate and learn about important issues facing dogs, cats, wildlife and other animals! Get it in five with this Defender Radio News Brief!
Send a letter to your provincial representative demanding common-sense protections from traps.
Feline veterinary expert Dr. Margie Scherk explains the truth about cat declawing, alternatives to prevent scratching, and dispels a myth about shelter dumping.
Dogs and cats are maimed or killed in legally set traps across Canada every year. You can protect your pets with these tips.
Attractants andhuman behaviour are the cause of conflict with wildlife and pets.
For animal lovers of all types, this can be an extremely trying time, whether you have a dog who’s noise sensitive or reactionary, a cat that ventures outdoors, or are aware of the wildlife scurrying around your neighbourhood. The Fur-Bearers want to help you reduce the stress of Canada Day celebrations for yourself and the animals, and make sure everyone can still have a good time.
Being prepared to help an animal in need can be as simple as keeping a few basic supplies in your car. Animal lovers want to help when they see a loose dog wandering the neighbourhood on a hot day, or a squirrel with an injured limb unable to climb a tree – and with these five items in your car, you’ll be ready to do just that.
It’s officially here: tick season. Veterinarians have anecdotally reported to The Fur-Bearers that dogs they’ve treated are arriving with the blood sucking arachnids attached, and
Living with wildlife can be challenging, but it is both possible and beneficial for residents to learn how. At times when we mourn the loss of a beloved family pet, these discussions are difficult, as understandable anger gets directed at the wildlife who shares our communities
A rise in rabies cases in Hamilton, Ontario, and the recent discovery of a domestic cat who had contracted the deadly virus has led the
The results are in, and there isn’t much way around it: domestic cats wreak havoc on wildlife populations. A study published in The Journal of
Disappointed isn’t a strong enough word for what we’re feeling today. Last night, the Trudeau government announced their response to our formal parliamentary petition e-123,