2020-21 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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...

Our Volunteers are the Best

Every year, organizations across the globe acknowledge and celebrate National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Here at the Oakville & Milton Humane Society we celebrate our amazing volunteers throughout the year! Our volunteers are the heartbeat of our...

Celebrating Our Animal Heroes!

April 10-17 is Animal Care and Control Appreciation Week. The people that make up our Animal Care Attendants (ACA) and our Animal Protective Services (APS) teams help save lives every day. Our APS team is out in the community 24/7, 365 days of the...

Tips to Help Protect Your Home and Wildlife this Spring

Guest post by Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control Urban wildlife are some of the greatest neighbourhood friends, as they help the local ecosystem thrive while controlling pest populations. Wildlife passing through urban communities do not know they are uninvited guests,...
Schedule an appointment to view the animals

Schedule an appointment to view the animals

The Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS) is pleased to announce that beginning on Friday, March 25 you can schedule an appointment to view the animals! Animal viewing will be available by appointment from Friday to Sunday each week. For more information...

February is Pet Dental Health Month

February is Pet Dental Health Month and it’s a good reminder to have your pet’s teeth and gums checked at least once a year by your veterinarian. Built up tartar and plaque on the teeth can cause a lot of problems for our pets like bad breath, pain with...
SAMMY

SAMMY

Just under 2 months ago we adopted Sammy and I wanted to give you guys an update on how he is doing! We are loving having Sammy! He is SUCH a cuddle monster, if you are siting or laying down he NEEDS to be on your lap (or stomach if laying). Even if it is not the most...
NORA

NORA

Nora has adjusted very well! I wasn’t expecting her to be approachable for at least a week, but she came over for cuddles the very first night. A week in, she is settling into a routine and spending the full day either helping me work from her hammock or...

Veterinary Spotlight: Emergency Clinic Partners

Imagine discovering a sick puppy in the middle of the night, or an injured animal on a holiday walk. Vet clinics are closed for the day and the animal needs help immediately. Thankfully, OMHS Animal Protective Service (APS) officers are on call every day of...

Veterinary Spotlight: Oakpark Pet Hospital

The Oakpark Pet Hospital team – a great group of caring individuals. This month our spotlight is on the Oakpark Pet Hospital which has been a valued partner to the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS) for nearly two decades by providing invaluable support...

Veterinary Spotlight: Bronte Road Animal Hospital

This September we shine the spotlight on Bronte Road Animal Hospital.  Owner, Dr Dieter Schmidt, is proud to operate this full service veterinary hospital where he and his staff offer a wide range of excellent care.  The team is dedicated to providing...