Veterinary Spotlight: Oakville Animal Clinic

The Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS) does not employ an on-site veterinarian and is therefore dependent on the veterinary professionals in our community. These special individuals provide our animals with everything they need, from thorough examinations,...

Staying Safe Over the Holidays

Many of us have had a new puppy or kitten join the family during these stay-at-home times. Your new addition is likely thrilled with all the new toys that present themselves at this time of year. Puppies like to chew things and kittens are attracted to things that are...

2020 OMHS Volunteer Award Winners

We are thrilled to announce the winners of our new Volunteer Awards Program which celebrates and acknowledges the amazing work of our more than 450 volunteers. Congratulations to Jenifer Boyce, Alex Washkurak, the Scott family and Dr. Frances Walker as this...

The Year in Review and Looking Ahead

As 2020 comes to a close, it’s timely to reflect on the year we’ve just had at the OMHS. I am incredibly grateful to everyone who has rallied around our cause to assist our animals in any way possible. Financially the organization has been challenged like...

The Joys of Adopting a Senior Cat or Dog

Prospective pet parents often don’t fully consider the benefits of adopting a senior cat or dog. But for Tiffany, the choice was clear the minute she set eyes on a mature cat named Riley. “Riley joined our family in June 2016, already a senior boy with...

Thank you Oakville Community Foundation!

Thank you Oakville Community Foundation! Your gift is enabling the Oakville & Milton Humane Society to be resilient in this time of crisis and continue our important education programs for children and youth in our community- virtually! Heather White, Manager,...