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...
WITH YOUR SUPPORT WE’RE MOVING TO A NEW NORMAL

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’...
Protecting your dog from ticks and fleas

Protecting your dog from ticks and fleas

With temperatures and grass growing, so does the risk of your pets getting ticks and fleas. These little pests carry and transmit diseases to your pets or cause other conditions like anemia or infection, which can lead to serious complications or death if left...
Fifty pets and counting: Teaching love through fostering

Fifty pets and counting: Teaching love through fostering

Recognizing the challenges faced by local animal shelters during the pandemic, Sandra Do Rego and her four children decided to open their hearts and home in 2020 to provide temporary care and love for animals in need. As a high school teacher for more than 20 years,...
Expert wildlife tips for spring

Expert wildlife tips for spring

Spring is the busiest time of year for wildlife control professionals at Oakville & Milton Humane Society and Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control. As temperatures continue to rise, we’ll see an increase in the number of calls from residents experiencing a...

Fostering love: Opening your home to shelter pets

Animal fosters play a crucial role in fulfilling the mission of the Oakville & Milton Humane Society. These volunteers selflessly open their homes and hearts to furry friends, making a positive difference in the lives of the pets and people who provide them care....
Pawsome productivity: Pets at work

Pawsome productivity: Pets at work

In today’s fast-paced work environments, finding ways to promote well-being and reduce stress is crucial. At the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS), we know that the benefits of having pets in the workplace are not far-fetched. In fact, multiple studies...
Ask the expert: Dog and cat Q&A

Ask the expert: Dog and cat Q&A

Just like humans, pets require a balanced and nutritious diet to thrive. Providing pets with the right nutrition from the beginning can lay the foundation for a long and healthy life. Emily Belsito, registered veterinarian technician from Oakville & Milton Humane...