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Coyote Safely Rescued

Our Animal Protective Services (APS) team braved darkness and a fierce winter storm to find the coyote.

Speaker Series: Wildlife

Tuesday November 26 @ 6:30pm

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COYOTE RESCUE UPDATE

Fantastic news! The coyote that was rescued Monday night with her head lodged in a plastic container is drinking and has started to eat.  Learn more

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Spring Lottery

The 2020 Spring Lottery tickets are now on sale. Tickets are 1 for $5 or 5 for $20. Learn more

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Upcoming Speaker Series

Join us on November 26th at 6:30pm for "Understanding our Wildlife Neighbours", our first FREE seminar in our 2019-20 speaker series. Click here to learn more.

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2020 Calendar Is Here

Order your 2020 OMHS Calendar today. Calendars are $15 to be picked up and $20 to be shipped. Order here.

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Animal Welfare

To report animal welfare concerns please call 1-833-9ANIMAL (1-833-926-4625) available 24/7.

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Ontario introduces New Animal Welfare Legislation

The Government of Ontario is introducing legislation to better protect animals from abuse and neglect. Click here to read more.

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Nail Trims

Do you have a cat, rabbit or guinea pig in need of a nail trim? Book an appointment with us today. We also do nail caps for cats!

lost & found

We are dedicated to helping lost pets be reunited with their families. If you have lost or found a pet it is important that you report it to us right away.

dog licences

All dogs must be licensed in the Town of Oakville. Licences are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and not specific to a calendar year.

Recent News

Coyote rescue update

Coyote rescue update

November 14 – Fantastic news! The coyote that was rescued Monday night with her head lodged in a plastic container is drinking and has started to eat. It is expected she will make a full recovery in about a week and then will be released back into the wild. The coyote...

Coyote rescue update

Coyote rescue

November 13 – The OMHS Animal Protective Services team (APS) sprung into action Monday evening to successfully rescue a coyote that had a plastic food container completely covering its head. The APS team braved darkness and a fierce winter storm to find the coyote and...

Ontario Introduces New Animal Welfare Legislation

Ontario Introduces New Animal Welfare Legislation

The Government of Ontario is introducing legislation to better protect animals from abuse and neglect. The new Provincial Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) Act will impose the toughest penalties in Canada for the protection of animals, if the legislation is approved....

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