🐶 Come join us for our Charity Dog Wash at Pet Valu Uptown Market on April 27th and April 28th from 11-4pm! 🐕 Bring your dogs in for a wash – $30 for large / $20 for a small dog. Book an appointment ahead of time to avoid wait times! 1) Book Online 2) Call … Continue reading Peace Fur Paws Charity Dog Wash – April
UPDATE: The Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans advanced Bill S-203: ending the captivity of whales and dolphins act. It is now back at the House of Commons for the last critical step. The last step needs to be completed before the next election. There is no ethically defensible reason for capturing and imprisoning whales … Continue reading End Whale and Dolphin Captivity
Contact information for all sponsors including Alaskan Brewing in this post. What is the Iditarod? Iditarod is an annual long-distance sled dog run from Anchorage to Nome, in Atlaska. Mushers (drivers in a dogsled) each have a squad of 12-16 dogs and it starts on March 2nd, 2019 and runs for 8-15 days. Major Issues … Continue reading Ask Sponsors to Withdraw from the Iditarod Dog Race!
URGENT ACTION NEEDED: PUBLIC COMMENT DEADLINE OF FEB. 18th NOW EXTENDED TO APRIL 18, 2019 Poisons are used to kill wild animals. Dogs and other non-targeted animals also die agonizing deaths. Help us convince Canada’s Health Minister to ban Strychnine, Compound 1080 and Sodium Cyanide. ~ We have until Feb. 18, 2019 to stop the suffering. Please add your voice … Continue reading Ban the Poisoning of Canadian Animals!
Premier Doug Ford’s government announced their plans to review the provincial Endangered Species Act to cut the red tape and find efficiencies for businesses. This isn’t the first time Premier Doug Ford is attempting to dismantle Ontario’s environmental and animal protection to make Ontario “open for business”. Recently he tried to implement Bill 66 to … Continue reading Stop Ford From Weakening Ontario’s Endangered Species Act
In Canada each year, approximately 700 million farm animals are transported from farm to auction or slaughter, often travelling long distances, sometimes up to 52 hours to a slaughterhouse. Of these animals, 1.6 million are found dead on arrival, likely due to the long, grueling journeys where trucks are not required to provide temperature control, … Continue reading Help change Canada’s animal transport regulations which are among the worst in the world