Coyotes find their way to residential areas where they may tear open garbage, cause concern for residents and even come into conflict with pets. Always supervise dogs playing outdoors and keep cats inside.
It’s common to see a Canada goose, squirrel, rabbit, raccoon, groundhog, skunk or even a deer in Guelph. It’s important to respect local wildlife while protecting our pets and property.
your cats and dogs!
Hundreds of stray dogs are impounded every year in Guelph. Providing your dog with proper identification significantly increases the likelihood that your dog will get home promptly in the event that he strays or becomes lost.
Did you know that only 13% of cats that enter the shelter are returned to their owner? Lack of identification is a big reason for this.
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