Simple tips that can keep your dogs, and local wildlife, safe and happy as the season rolls over.
Adam Winston, host of the Dogs In Our World podcast, opens up in this in-depth interview about his journey to develop his show, the lessons learned from dog experts, and what he’s learned about himself and the world around him through a love of dogs.
Send a letter to your provincial representative demanding common-sense protections from traps.
The goals of Inside Halton are commendable. But the results are not, and could in fact create dangerous scenarios…
Dogs and cats are maimed or killed in legally set traps across Canada every year. You can protect your pets with these tips.
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.
There are few feelings as great as hitting the sidewalks, paths, and unmapped trails with our four-legged friends, or setting up the family barbecue with
Wanting to help an animal, be it a beaver or a family pet, injured by a trap is a natural reaction to most people in
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
The question is common, and a good one to ask: what do I do if I’m with my dog and I see a coyote? Coyotes
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 tragic news reported of a resident, Krista Godbout, who is mourning the horrific loss of her dog, Tanner, who was killed in December near the Kawarthas by a baited killing trap on a publicly accessible trail, must have reached your office.
A Northwest Territories woman is thankful her dog survived a baited snare while on a walk, but government responses to these instances must change. The
“He was just out on his morning walk and my mom thought he was in a fight with an animal. By the time she got
A short video of a polar bear apparently patting a dog in Northern Canada quickly went viral this weekend, with exclamations of glee from animal
Coyotes, wolves, and bully-breed dogs all have one thing in common today: unfounded fears get them killed en masse. This week the City of Montreal
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,
A family nearly lost their best friend to a snare while coming home from vacation in Newfoundland. Local radio station VOCM (590 AM) reported that
Brilliant flashes of light, thunderous cracks, and the gleeful screams of crowds are what we love about Canada Day. But for non-human animals (and some
Dogs in Quebec are being targeted with cruelty and anger following the ongoing politically-driven debate on breed specific legislation. CTV yesterday reported that at least
Dogs follow their noses, and that can get them in trouble. And now dog owners in Delta, BC, are following their noses to get to