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Southern Ontario

Category: Everything Dog

“The Pack Leader”

“The Pack Leader”

Helpful hints for establishing yourself as “The Pack Leader” Or in other words ensuring you have the respect of your new pet It is important that you set the rules for your household! Print this and Hang this on your Fridge for the whole family to see. There are no freebees in life, like children, […]

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Never give up hope….Timmy didn’t

Never give up hope….Timmy didn’t

Alone, scared, unwell and on death row…. Timmy watched as he was passed by over and over… cold, lonely sick and afraid. He was a bit shy and quiet in the kennel, probably due to all the noise and strangers. Every visitor just walked by him. He was covered in mange and no one could […]

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Dog Training Tips: Children and Dogs

It is estimated that between 36-55% of people will be bitten by a dog at least once in their lifetime. Of these, 65% are children under ten years of age, putting them at roughly 200% the risk compared to adults. Around 60% of these dog bites are caused by the family dog. Yikes, those are […]

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Dog Training Tips: Groomer Has It

In recent years, pet groomers are cropping up everywhere, turning scruffy, smelly pets into elegantly coiffed, lavender-scented companions. While many of us may not feel the need to bring our four-legged friends to the “pet spa,” there are numerous reasons to take Fido for some proper primping: Coat Care Some dogs have a low-maintenance coat, […]

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Dog Training Tips: Bringing Home a New Dog

Dog Training Tips: Bringing Home a New Dog

Finally, that time has arrived: after waiting for the ‘right’ dog, she’s finally arrived! Now, here you sit, watching her fuss over the new toy you had waiting for her in your living room, having ripped the stuffing out of it in 30 seconds. Uh oh. Now what? The following are three golden rules for […]

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First Christmas

Please take a moment from your busy schedules, from the holidays’ preparations, from the traffic, the malls, the last minute errands, the work and the busyness of the season. We would like to celebrate with every one of you: Everyone that has helped us, every family that has given one of our dogs a home, […]

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Zekes Second Chance at Life

Zekes Second Chance at Life

Imagine there was a reset button for you life, and someone came and pushed it. For poor Zeke that’s exactly what has happened. Everything he has ever known has been stripped away. Don’t be sad though because as it turns out he’s about to learn everything he’s been missing. Clearly Zeke has never known what […]

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Thanksgiving Tribute To All Our Foster Families

Thanksgiving Tribute To All Our Foster Families

They don’t have room, but somehow they find the space. When a dog is stressed from kennel life, or in need a quiet place to heal or a family to teach them the ropes, or the rescue can’t take him unless a foster home is available – these families say, “We can take him home.” […]

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A thought for Thanksgiving

A thought for Thanksgiving

From one of our Amazing Volunteers Angela Wade-Allred I’d like to thank GOD: 1. For giving me the deep love I have for animals. 2. For giving me the mindset to put myself in their position, to be able to truly understand them and what they have been through. 3. For laying it on my […]

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Very truthful words about OWNER SURRENDERS

Very truthful words about OWNER SURRENDERS

If you have a moment today please take the time to read and share! This was posted on a blog from Lucky Dog Rescue and it is something everyone should hear! Very truthful words about OWNER SURRENDERS: When a pet owner willingly turns over their pet to an animal shelter, we call that an Owner […]

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