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Monthly Archives: March 2015

You Can Help End Cosmetics Animal Testing… Here’s How

The #BeCrueltyFree Canada campaign is barely two years old, and the response so far is incredible. We’ve been working hard to raise awareness for the cruel, outdated cosmetics testing practices that rabbits, mice, rats, and guinea pigs endure every day – chemicals being forced down their throats, dripped into their eyes or smeared onto their skin – all without any …

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The Official Grand Opening of Mittens-Montreal SPCA Targeted Permanent Sterilization Clinic

Montreal, March 27, 2015 – The Montreal SPCA announced its official grand opening of the Mittens-Montreal SPCA Targeted Permanent Sterilization Clinic. The chief veterinarian is Gabrielle Carrière. This clinic is a proactive initiative to tackle Quebec’s pet overpopulation problem by offering sterilization services at reduced rates for pet guardians with limited financial resources. Mr. Russell Copeman, Montreal City Councillor and …

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The World and Montreal part of Operation #SaveHoppy

Some of my friends that I met through Montreal Dog Blog know that I work for LUSH Handmade Cosmetics. My fellow LUSHies and I met Freddie during a Humanitarian Aid visit to Guatemala earlier this month. Our hearts and minds were focused on helping the one of the many communities of Saint Martin Jilotepeque…but we could not ignore a gentle …

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A Letter to my Foster Dad

                A Letter to my Foster Dad Cher Papa Yves, Before you I lived cold and lonely on a chain next to my brother for several  years, becoming old and more frightened as each one passed. I became “useless” , I had sores that did not heal and aches in my bones. But …

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Montreal SPCA needs information related to a dog found with a cracked skull

Montreal, March 4, 2015 – On Tuesday March 3 2015 , at around 6 p.m., a severely injured dog was brought to the Montreal SPCA. The dog, named Cannelle by Montreal SPCA staff, was found agonizing in a cardboard box on Henri-Julien street, on the corner of Du Laos, in the Plateau. The Montreal SPCA veterinary team determined that Cannelle …

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Full Disclosure

Full disclosure – by Dr. Enid Stiles  Things in veterinary medicine are changing and at an incredibly fast pace. The days of veterinarians like James Herriot are in many ways behind us. Don’t get me wrong. Being a vet is still everything I hoped and dreamed it would be. But gone are the days for most of us where we …

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