CURRENT OMHS SERVICES AND PROGRAMS AVAILABLE DURING COVID-19

CURRENT OMHS SERVICES AND PROGRAMS AVAILABLE DURING COVID-19

With COVID-19 cases continuing to rise, a declaration of emergency and province-wide stay-at-home order went into effect on April 8. The declaration will be evaluated after 28 days to determine if it is safe to lift the restrictions, or if they need to be extended....
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...
CURRENT OMHS SERVICES AND PROGRAMS AVAILABLE DURING COVID-19

2020-21 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

We are extremely pleased to introduce our 2020-21 Oakville & Milton Humane Society Board of Directors. All members were elected during the Society’s Annual General Meeting held at the end of June. Special thanks to Cheryl Clark, former Vice Chair...
Opossum rescued in Milton

Opossum rescued in Milton

Our Animal Protective Services department recently responded to a call for an opossum pacing back and forth in a residential backyard by a pool in Milton. The opossum was reported to have a possible injury on its hind end. An officer responded and contained the...
Fireworks Can Frighten Pets

Fireworks Can Frighten Pets

Dogs’ and cats’ hearing is much more sensitive than ours so the loud noises can be overwhelming and some pets might try to escape. Here are some tips to help keep your furry family members safe and comforted during firework displays and help you enjoy your...
Journeying Home

Journeying Home

Over the past few weeks, we have watched as members of our community put themselves in the paws of our animals through their Mission Pawsible: Homeward Bound journeys. Each of our participants took on the story of an animal making its way through the shelter...
APS Officer Rescues Goslings from 7th Story Balcony

APS Officer Rescues Goslings from 7th Story Balcony

Thanks to the quick response of OMHS’ Animal Protective Services Team, seven baby goslings were saved when they were safely removed from their nest in a planter box on the edge of a 7th floor balcony overlooking Lake Ontario at Bronte Road....

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