Traps set for wildlife pose a danger to the public. This post looks at the circumstances behind companion animals becoming caught in traps.
New resesarch provides insight into the number of dogs and cats being caught in wildlife traps across Canada.
Parachutes for Pets in Calgary is a grassroots organization that is working to build community supports to protect the connection between people and their companion
Urban Resource Institute, America’s largest domestic violence residential service provider. and the National Domestic Violence Hotline, recently released the results of their national survey. The
Fewer cars on the road doesn’t mean speed limits and danger don’t exist.
It is time for Minister Doug Donaldson to take action and protect British Columbians from the dangers of traps.
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!
Government program to hand and aerial drop vaccines a compassionate plan.
Municipalities are ditching big booms to protect wildlife, but pyrotechnics aren’t silent.
Fireworks on the May 2-4 weekend are a tradition – but they can create hazardous situations for wildlife and pets. Read our guide to keeping animals safe!
Read our open letter telling BC to protect pets and families from traps with warning signs – and take action yourself!
Creating trap warning sign policies would allow outdoor enthusiasts to make informed decisions. Hear more and take action with this week’s podcast!
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.