This is 8 year old Avery and 5 year old Maya, and they are two very generous and entrepreneurial girls! These talented girls handmade the amazing dog toys pictured here, and sold them to help their furry friends at the Humane Society. They donated $340 in proceeds! Thank you Avery and Maya!



For her 12th birthday, Alexia asked for donations to the Humane Society. This is her second time donating for her birthday! Thank you for being so generous Alexia! Prometheus asked to visit with her to say thank you!



After a very busy morning, ALL 130 of the May community cat spay/neuter coupons have been sold. The next sale date will be Saturday, June 16.

This special promotion is possible thanks to the generous support of Petsmart Charities of Canada.  On May 18, June 16, and July 21 we will be selling coupons at the Humane Society Veterinary Clinic for only $10 (limited purchase of 2 coupons per person per day). The coupons can be redeemed for a FREE spay/neuter surgery at the Humane Society spay/neuter clinic. A limited number of coupons are available, and coupons must be used within 6 weeks of purchase. Coupons may be transferred to a person other than the purchaser for use.



For her 11th birthday, Hailey decided to ask for donations for the animals.  She and her friends had a great time designing their own shirts for the party, and then they stopped by our adoption centre to drop off everyone’s donations!  We hope you enjoyed the rest of your birthday Hailey, and on behalf of the animals – thank you!

The birthday girl with her friends!

 

During their visit, Hailey and her friends got training tips from our behaviour team.

 



Amy and Cheryl decided to throw a party, and raise money to help animals at the same time. They auctioned off a variety of artwork at their Spring Fling event, and stopped by the Humane Society recently to donate the proceeds. Adorable Orka was very happy to help us say thank you!

 


Sometimes dogs come to the shelter that need a little extra time and training to get them ready for adoption. With issues ranging from leash training to jumping to food or toy guarding, time spent working on their bad habits will help increase their chances of finding their forever home.

We’re looking for fosters for bootcamp dogs, willing to learn and use positive reinforcement training in their home.  You will have exclusive access to our Behaviour staff to help you along the way and provide you with the tools you will need to be successful.  This will be a great opportunity for those who have always wanted to learn positive reinforcement training.

Join us for more information on this exciting program at an orientation session from 6PM-7:30PM on Thursday May 10 at the Humane Society Community Room.

Contact behaviour@windsorhumane.org to register!