Storybook Tree Services lends a helping hand to Oakville Humane Society

A number of trees on the property were damaged from the 2013 ice storm.

Staff of OMHS & Storybook Tree Services
Storybook Tree Services lends a helping hand to  Oakville Humane Society
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Brenda Dushko

Brenda Dushko

Brenda Dushko is the Manager, Fund Development & Communication for the Oakville Milton Humane Society. A graduate of Sheridan College, Brenda has over 10 years in Fund Development for animal welfare and arts related charities.

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This week was extra special as the Storybook Tree Services crew met up with the folks at the Oakville Human Society to take care of a number of overgrown and damaged trees on this five acre property on Cornwall Road.

This was a tricky but rewarding project for Storybook Tree Services as a number of trees on the property were damaged from the ice storm this past winter.

“Our tree cutting team at Storybook Tree Services was in pretty good spirits, as community organizations like the Oakville Humane Society is such a valued service to Oakville! Work like this makes all of us at Storybook Tree Services feel pretty good inside!” Says owner Rob Ambeau.

“At the Oakville & Milton Humane Society it’s all for the animals, and Storybook has made our grounds safer for the animals we serve and the people who come to our shelter to find their new best friend,” Says Kim Mullin, Executive Director at the Oakville & Milton Human Society.

Storybook Tree Services understand the importance of trees against the local landscape and take pride in keeping trees healthy and strong especially for the Oakville Human Society that services homeless and abandoned animals.

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