Brando and Luca now heading home, all went well, both hearts are good!!A couple of very tired doggies!!
Thank you to all our volunteers who helped to make today a huge success, you guysare the best!!
Our last dog of the day!!
Pictured is Foxy getting her microchip done.Thanks to all who came out to support our clinic and show a concern for the safetyof their dogs and cats. A microchip will help your pet to be returned safely back home.
Pictured here our volunteers doing our annual display for Bite Prevention and Safety around dogs.It was a fun weekend and always great speaking with our community about our program andservices.
HAMILTON–Donna Davison could not believe what she saw in the rear-view mirror. It made her sick. Standing behind her car on Brant County Rd. 22 southwest of Hamilton just after 7 a.m. was a wet, sand-covered dog – its neck dragged down by a brick tied to its collar with a bolt. It seems, she said, someone threw the dog in the Grand River