If you are looking for a pet, please look into these associations first.
**2 Great pooches are
awaiting forever home at Potcake Place**
Rescue - Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands
Adopt and save a life ~ Make adoption your first option !
Ontario SPCA 1-888-ONT-SPCA (668-7722)~ www.ospca.on.ca
Toronto Animal Services ~ www.toronto.ca/animal_services/index.htm
Toronto Humane Society ~ www.torontohumanesociety.com
Etobicoke Humane Society ~ www.etobicokehumanesociety.com
Speaking of Dogs ~ http://www.speakingofdogs-about.blogspot.ca/
Annex Cat Rescue ~ www.annexcatrescue.on.ca
Helping Homeless Pets: www.helpinghomelesspets.com
Pet finder (US & Canadian cities) ~ www.petfinder.com
Pet Harbor ((US & Canadian cities) ~ www.petharbor.com
Adopt A Dog Save A Life ~ www.adoptadogsavealife.com/
Adopt an Animal ~ www.adoptananimal.ca
Humane Society of Canada ~ www.humanesociety.com
The Animal Guardian Society (TAGS) ~ www.animalguardian.org
Chatopia - http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/QC35.html
Also check out specific breed rescue shelters like …
and another good source for links to Canadian Dog Clubs and Rescue is
If you are searching for a specific breed using a search engine like Google or Yahoo; type in the breed, "rescue" and your area.
eg. "Maltese rescue Ontario"
Greek Animal Rescue - Canada (GARCANADA) ~ www.garcanada.com & www.greekanimalrescue.com
Bouvier des Flandres - http://stfrancisbouviers.com/index.htm
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diligent when dealing with any listed association. If you
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Recent events:PJ will stop selling Dog! ... about time.
See the CBC Marketplace story about this. (first aired in 2009)
Neutering & Spaying your pet.
There are always option to where to neutering and spaying your pet. NO DYI - please leave it to theprofessionals.
Both the OSPAC and Toronto Animal Service have these services at a steep discount compare to your vet. So there is no reason no to do it.
FYI. Toronto Animal Service is only serving cats due to an overpopulation of felines.
Leash-Free Parks in Toronto
Toronto Humane Society - Tips & Advise
Ideas on How to Look for Lost Pets
page also has the numbers for the Humane Society and Animal Control Offices in
the Greater Toronto Area.
Licensing your pet (in Toronto)
In Toronto, you are require to have your pet licensed . The procedure is quick and you can do in online. Be aware, failure to license can result in a $240 ticket, more info can be obtain 416-338-PETS (7687) or
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