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Working Whiskers Cat Program
Working Whiskers Cat Program Thu, Feb 11, 2021 Looking for FREE Organic Pest Control? Adopt one of our Working Cats! These kitties are professional mouse-hunters and are looking for work! All you need to provide is room and board, and a little love! Working Cats are available for placement in n... Read More

10 Things You Need to Know About Your Aging Dog
10 Things You Need to Know About Your Aging Dog Tue, Feb 02, 2021 As your dog ages, you may notice differences in their behavior and health. Monitoring these changes can help you make their golden years more comfortable and happy. Read More
By Sabrina Burke

Keeping Your Dog Warm And Healthy While Traveling In Winter
Keeping Your Dog Warm And Healthy While Traveling In Winter Fri, Dec 04, 2020 The winter season is almost here, and while most people will be staying at home for the holidays, some pet owners are making plans to travel with their fur babies. In the past, most pet parents would leave their dogs with a sitter or a friend, or dro... Read More
By Jane Williams

Taking Care of Your Dog's Paws
Taking Care of Your Dog's Paws Thu, Dec 03, 2020 Maintaining a dog's paws is just as important as maintaining a good coat and oral hygiene routine. Paws determine the quality of life of pooches since they can house a plethora of bacteria if not taken care of. Pampering dog's paws are important s... Read More
By Michaela

Giving Tuesday Thank You from Dr. Green and Vet Services Staff
Giving Tuesday Thank You from Dr. Green and Vet Services Staff Thu, Dec 03, 2020 A special thank you from Dr. Green and her vet services staff for your donations on Giving Tuesday that raised over $6300.00 for new surgery tables. Thank you for your kindness and support of our community's animals. Read More

Keep Fleas And Ticks Away From Your Dog And Cat This Winter
Keep Fleas And Ticks Away From Your Dog And Cat This Winter Mon, Nov 16, 2020 Fleas and ticks are two of the most common pet care issues in America, warns the ASPCA, and much of the problem lies in the fact that people don’t treat their pets against these critters all year round. Both can cause a host of issues that can seriou... Read More
By Jane Williams

Wings And Fins: Your Guide To The Humane Care Of Fish And Birds
Wings And Fins: Your Guide To The Humane Care Of Fish And Birds Tue, Apr 21, 2020 68% of households in the United States owned some type of pet in 2016, with dogs and cats being some of the top choices. However, for those who prefer pet companionship that requires less maintenance than a dog or cat, then a fish or bird can make a ... Read More
By Jane Williams

Facts about The Top 8 Most Adopted Dog Breeds   
Facts about The Top 8 Most Adopted Dog Breeds    Wed, Apr 15, 2020 A dog’s breed is a big factor that people take into account when adopting from a shelter. For example, did you know that smaller dogs are more likely to be adopted than bigger dogs? Or that expensive dog breeds are likely to be brought home since the... Read More
By Kristina Marshall for Halifax Humane Society

Coronavirus and the impact on HHS
Coronavirus and the impact on HHS Fri, Mar 20, 2020 I hope this notice finds you and yours in good health and managing the difficult times that have come with this pandemic. At HHS we are being proactive in taking steps to protect our staff, volunteers and of course, our pets. We are monitoring State ... Read More
By Miguel Abi-Hassan

Coronavirus and your pets
Coronavirus and your pets Fri, Mar 13, 2020 When there is a subject so present on everyone's mind, it’s all that people want to talk about so fine, let’s talk about it. Below is some information I found on the University of Florida and CDC websites regarding the coronavirus and animals. The... Read More

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