Things are looking up for pit bulls in Ontario! A new private member’s bill, introduced last November, aims to repeal the long-standing ban on pit bulls and pit bull-type dogs in the province because the ban is ineffective, arbitrarily targets certain dogs, and has not improved community safety. Since 2005, it’s been against the law… Read more » Animal Justice
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Back in October, we told you about a proposal for a roadside animal attraction in Kearney, Ontario, that would confine bears and cheetahs. Animal Justice submitted comments to Kearney Town Council, as did our friends at Zoocheck and World Animal Protection, explaining why the town should reject a proposal to change its zoning bylaw so… Read more » Animal Justice
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This year, Animal Justice is hosting a holiday party in Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa—and you’re invited! Join us for an incredible evening with delicious vegan food from local restaurants, cocktails, a silent auction with fabulous prizes, and the premiere of our 2019 Year In Review video. Our holiday parties are also a great way to… Read more » Animal Justice
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One dedicated rescuer, two days, two dogs, two different areas of the province - eerily similar symptoms. Here is Blackie's story. Not 24 hours had gone by since Lizzie's diagnosis and passing and the phone rang again. A dog, this time a large male, previously healthy, only 4 years old, suddenly and inexplicably in
Hi SCARS, We were told Walker was going to be a big boy, but what you didn’t say was that he was going to be a gentle giant. Thank you for giving us the chance to watch this amazing dog grow and meld with our family. He has come a long way from 28”
One dedicated rescuer, two days, two dogs, two different areas of the province - eerily similar symptoms. We will start with Lizzie's story. Lizzie came from a SCARS intake community, a sweet and happy shepherd, well known to our volunteers involved in community outreach. She had the basic necessities for life, but was always
Bit by big dog. That is what it says on my veterinary file. But let me tell you it was waaaaay more than a bite, more like mauled, tossed around and then bit again. I am an older guy and as my name, Tiny, suggests I am not very big. It was an ugly
Hi SCARS, We wanted to share our Thelma update with you for the Christmas season. Thank you SO much for finding her and taking care of her before she joined our family. We can't imagine our life without her. Thelma is an absolute joy to everyone she meets. She is the kindest soul to
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