Oakville & Milton Humane Society Programs
Your generous support enables the Oakville & Milton Humane Society to offer a wide range of programs and services within our communities. These programs are essential to the health and well-being of both the pets in our care and all animals within the Towns of Oakville and Milton.
Summary of Programs and Services
- Animal Adoption – Click here to visit our Animal Adoption page
- Animal Protection – Click here to visit the Animal Protective Services page
- Education & Kids Programs – Click here to visit the Education Programs page
- Emergency Services – Click here to visit the Emergency Services page
- Family Dog Training Classes – Click here for more information on training
- Licensing – Click here for more information on Licences
- Lost/Found Pets – Click here to visit the Lost a Pet / Found a Pet page
- Re-Homing Assistance – Click here for more information on how to Re-Home your pet
Other Programs offered by Oakville & Milton Humane Society
The Oakville & Milton Humane Society offers an life threatening emergency transport service to residents of Oakville &Milton. If your animal has a medical emergency, an Animal Protection Officer will come to your home and transport your animal to your veterinarian. The fees are as follows:
Daytime service: $75.00
Evening service after 8pm: $100.00
To receive this service, call the Animal Protective Services Department at 905-845-1551 and identify that an emergency transport is required.
Violence Prevention Service
The Oakville & Milton Humane Society has a Violence Prevention Program in place to help people who find themselves in abusive situations. If a person is being abused by their partner and decide to leave, but don’t have anywhere to place their animals, the Shelter will take them in on a short-term basis while the person is relocating. To qualify for this program, you must be approved by the Executive Director of the Shelter.
We provide 24-hour help for injured pets and wildlife. There are also education and pet therapy services.
The Humane Society Does Not:
- Act as pest control agency.
- Handle barking complaints.
- Give veterinary advice. Please consult your veterinarian.
- Operate or sponsor spay and neuter clinics or free rabies clinics.