- FIreworks can spook your pet
- Pet safety tips for a happy holiday season
- Autumn pet safety tips
- Cold weather dangers
- Cottage safety for your pet
- Emergency preparedness: creating a pet emergency survival kit
- Keeping cats safe
- Keeping pets safe on Halloween
- Microchips: a permanent method of identifying your pet
- Summer time dangers
- Travelling safely with your pet
- Spring pet safety tips
- Pet food recalls
- Warning: cocoa shell mulch is highly toxic to cats and dogs if ingested
Interested in welcoming a cat or dog into your home? Consider adopting from the Guelph Humane Society.
Your dog is much safer on a leash… and it prevents him or her from becoming a nuisance to other animals and people. Also, leased dogs rarely run away, or get hit by cars.
Where to report missing pets
As loving and devoted pet owners, we rarely expect to lose a pet. Yet each year, more than 10 million pets go missing in North America and more than 75 percent never return home.
The simple truth is that it only takes an instant for a pet to go missing – a door or gate left open, a car accident, or one of many other unforeseen events.
Thankfully, you can help protect your pets by understanding lost pet behaviour, effective search tactics and critical loss prevention techniques.