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...

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...

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