The time of year has returned when pets take their humans for a fundraiser walk. The Ottawa Humane Society’s Wiggle Waggle Walk & Run returns.
More than 40 animals are currently waiting for foster homes at the Ottawa Humane Society, and some have been waiting for more than a month.
The Ottawa Humane Society is warning residents that after a relatively mild June and early July, high temperatures are forecasted for Ottawa this week and pose a great danger to pets left alone in cars.
The Ottawa Humane Society has been without power since Saturday’s storm. In addition to repairing damages to the building and property, the OHS is taking on substantial costs in fuel.
High temperatures pose a great danger to pets left alone in cars, warns the Ottawa Humane Society.
Unlike the older stickers, these new decals are vinyl and can be removed and replaced easily when your pet’s information requires updating.
The Ottawa Humane Society is greatly looking forward to hosting renowned animal behaviour specialist, Zazie Todd, PhD, for a webinar series on the science of making pets happy.
The Ottawa Humane Society is warning pet owners about the dangers cold weather can pose to pets.
Volunteers are needed at the Ottawa Humane Society to help the homeless pets find their forever homes.
The Ottawa Humane Society is experiencing a large influx in their rabbit intake, with few homes willing to adopt them.
High temperatures forecasted for Ottawa this week pose a great danger to pets left alone in cars, warns the Ottawa Humane Society…
Stittsville has some great child and youth authors – this Ottawa Humane Society (OHS) writing competition will help young authors learn more about the Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare.
The Ottawa Humane Society needs foster volunteers to provide temporary homes for Ottawa’s animals who aren’t yet ready for adoption.
Live trapping and relocating of small wildlife may be seen as a humane option for controlling wild critters, but in reality it is a cruel solution.
With fireworks and other noisy displays, an increased number of pets become lost or injured as they bolt from the loud noises.