OMHS launches new website!

OMHS launches new website!

We are excited to announce the launch of Oakville & Milton Humane Society’s (OMHS) newly designed and fully-responsive website: omhs.ca! With the re-design we have strived to create a user-friendly browsing experience for visitors that is also easier to...
Made in The Shade!

Made in The Shade!

The dogs at OMHS have it made in the shade! The timing could not be more perfect as two new gazebos went up on July 18; one of the hottest days of the year. Staff and volunteers take the dogs out several times a day for exercise and fresh air. They say it takes a...
FULL HOUSE

FULL HOUSE

Summer has arrived and for the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS), this means ‘Kitten Season’ is in full swing. “This is the time of year when pregnant cats, and nursing or orphaned kittens come into the shelter and it lasts until late fall,” explained Andrea...
Mission: Accomplished

Mission: Accomplished

On June 22, eighteen adorable humans from our community embarked on a mission that had them trading places with the adoptable animals at the Oakville & Milton Humane Society for the afternoon.  Centre Court in Oakville Place was transformed into a makeshift...
Landmark Victory

Landmark Victory

Canada has passed legislation that bans keeping whales, dolphins and porpoises in captivity for entertainment, as well as the trade, possession, capture and breeding of cetaceans. Bill S-203, known as the Ending the Captivity of Whales and Dolphins Act, passed third...
Injured or Orphaned Wildlife

Injured or Orphaned Wildlife

What to do if you come across injured or orphaned wildlife: CALL FIRST If you encounter an animal that you believe needs help, first contact the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS).  We can help you determine whether an animal is injured or orphaned. It’s...

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