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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Pilots N Paws transports first dog for CAACQ

Have you heard of Pilots n Paws Canada?   They are a registered, non-profit organization that transport animals in need within Canada! What a wonderful initiative to transport dogs to new homes!  CaacQ’s first flight passenger leaves this Saturday! Read on:   The French Connection has wings! Montréal, March 1, 2013:   Since 2008 the Companion Animal Adoption Centres of Quebec (caacQ) …

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HSI/Canada Celebrates the Launch of World Spay Day in Quebec

  MONTREAL — Humane Society International Canada is pleased to announce the launch of World Spay Day in Quebec. In partnership with the Quebec Association of Veterinarians for Small Animals, the province is joining the annual global campaign to promote spaying and neutering as a proven, effective means of preventing pet overpopulation and saving animals’ lives. “Unfortunately, tens of thousands …

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Quebec needs Spay/Neuter Days all year long

Montréal – Johanne Tassé of the Companion Animal Adoption Centres of Quebec (CAACQ) sent out a letter to the media in which she explains that efforts taken by the Veterinary Association of Quebec during Spay/Neuter Day 2013 will provide no concrete solution to the animal overpopulation in the province. “The method of animal control practiced [in Quebec] is by killing …

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Montreal SPCA helps street kids on Quebec Spay/Neuter Day

Montreal, February 21, 2013 – According to the Montreal’s SPCA, on Tuesday, February 26, they will participate on Québec Spay/Neuter Day. This event is being organized by the Veterinary Association of Quebec. The purpose is to raise awareness and encourage people to sterilize companion animals. Montreal’s SPCA will be hosting a free spay/neuter clinic for the dogs and cats of …

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WIN: $50 for Evive Pet Food!

This contest is now closed:  Congrats to our winner – Lana Rodenhiser!  Evive is a Montreal kitchen that makes fresh, homemade dog (and cat) food! And now’s your chance to win $50 in Evive dog food for your special canine! About Evive: Our freshly baked-and-immediately-frozen meals are handmade in our kitchen, open for all to see. OuR meals are balanced using …

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Dr. Amanda Glew: Whipworms on the Rise

Whips on the rise  By:  Dr. Amanda Glew  Most of us get cute pictures on the internet. I don’t. The other day, my husband was going through my emails (he helps me, since I get so many), and exclaimed “What the %^&&*!!!” I came running to look at the photo shown here – someone had sent me a picture of …

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Rosie Animal Adoption 11th anniversary party!

At Rosie Animal Adoption, we are celebrating our 11th anniversary with a party! Sunday March 3, 2013, from 2 pm to 4 pm At: Christ Church Beaurepaire, 455 Church Street in Beaconsfield Complimentary cake, coffee and dog cookies will be served. There will also be a bake sale, as well as door prizes and a raffle for great prizes. Come …

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Pennies for Rosie Animal Adoption

Pennies for Rosie! Now that the penny is being phased out – what to do with all those jars of pennies you have at home? Why not give them to Rosie Animal Adoption! You can drop off your pennies at: • Pierrefonds Animal Hospital, 16628 boul. Pierrefonds, Ste-Genevieve • Timberlea Veterinary Clinic, 3100 Jean Yves, Kirkland • Yazoo, 125 Donegani, …

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Sammy- Living with CKD

Sammy was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney disease on December 30th 2012. If you haven’t read about Sammy’s diagnosis, you can catch up here. Sammy- Living with CKD   The past month has been quite an adventure, to say the least! After a few weeks of trial and error, and a lot of plan B’s, Sammy is holding on strong and still acting …

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Montreal Celebrities And Their Pets – Catherine Sherriffs

                    Catherine Sherriffs She is a national award-winning journalist, anchor for CTV Montreal … and an animal lover !   Where do you live now and who lives with you? (Human and animal) I share a home with my husband and two dogs, a 5-year-old mini-schnauzer named Newman, and a 2-year-old American …

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