The OMHS Pet Food Bank is continuing to help those in our community affected by COVID-19. When Benji’s guardian lost her job due to Covid-19, she took the step to register with one of our partner food banks after being unsuccessful with finding new employment. Now, with the stress of obtaining food for herself and Benji lifted, she is again searching for employment. Learn more here.
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.
Ontario has moved into the initial phase of its reopening plan. At this time the Oakville & Milton Humane Society will continue serving the public through appointment only, online or by phone until further notice. We appreciate your understanding as we continue to make the health and safety of the animals, staff and public our top priority.
In 2020, The OMHS received a Resilient Communities Fund grant of $124,400 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to rebuild and recover from the impact of COVID-19. The OTF grant is helping OMHS improve its fundraising and data management capacity.
A group of several humane societies, including the Oakville & Milton Humane Society, has formalized their partnership as the Ontario Animal Welfare Network (OAWN).