Michael and Corine

Michael and Corine

With an avid interest in the welfare of animals, Michael and Corine Telawski are known for their compassion and dedication to improving the lives of animals. This is keenly apparent from the felines they have adopted over the years. Cats like Gilligan who joined the...
Mark and Andrea

Mark and Andrea

Mark & Andrea Chabot made the important decision to support the Oakville & Milton Humane Society after witnessing the difference they could make in the life of an abused and neglected animal. Their compassionate actions were literally life saving. Their gift...
A Long Journey to Find Their Forever Home

A Long Journey to Find Their Forever Home

The Oakville Milton Humane Society (OMHS) does much more than just animal adoptions. For example, we actively support animal rescues who work in some of the most remote areas of Canada.  This includes our ongoing partnership with Northern Connection, a local...

Meet Robyn, our New Director of Development!

Robyn Dmytrow says she is thrilled to join OMHS as its new Director of Development where she can now combine her passion for animal care and education with her impressive development experience.  Before coming to OMHS, Robyn managed large campaigns at national...

Why Did You Choose to be an RVT?

Did you know October is RVT month in Canada? Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVTs) play a crucial role in your pets’ health at each and every vet visit. At the shelter we are fortunate to have three amazing RVTs on site. They are in charge of making sure each...

Building a More Humane Community: Heather White

Humane education helps foster compassion in children’s relationships with both animals and people. As Manager of Community Outreach and Education (COE) at the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS), Heather White champions programs and events that teach...

With Your Support We’re Moving to a New Normal

  Throughout the current COVID-19 pandemic the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS) continues to provide all the animals with the best possible care and enrichment possible.  We are pleased to announce that in addition to our Barkin’...

2020 OMHS Volunteer Awards Program Launches

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new Volunteer Awards Program in 2020. OMHS is excited to celebrate and acknowledge the amazing work of our volunteers. We are very grateful for the support of our team of more than 450 volunteers who, through their...

Beat The Heat

When it is hot and humid outside we need to take some extra precautions for our pets so that our pets don’t suffer the severe effects of heat exhaustion this summer. Here are some tips from the Oakville & Milton Humane Society to keep your pets safe during...

Caitlin Jones and APS: Protecting Animals 24/7

The role of Animal Protective Services (APS) Officers at the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS) goes far beyond just picking up strays. In fact, they are contracted by the Town of Oakville to fulfill animal control services, including providing enforcement...