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Leo - Dog

Leo needs your help today – OHMS Funds Stretched!

Caring for so many dogs with costly medical treatment and surgery has strained the resources of the Oakville & Milton Humane Society. We need help. YOU can change a life.  Here are just a few ...

John Oliver

Protecting Animal Rights: Bill C-246

After carefully considering the options and reading the many hundreds of pieces of correspondence that I have received from concerned constituents, it is clear to me that I must support the proposed legislation as outlined ...

Eastern Coyote

Town continues to work with community to promote coyote awareness

While the mere sighting of a coyote is not necessarily cause for alarm, knowing what to do and what not to do when you encounter one can help alleviate concern and reduce conflicts.

Oddball Movie Poster

Family Movie “Oddball” at Oakville Film Festival

The Willson Oakville Film Festival, the Oakville & Milton Humane Society and Canadian Pet Connection invite audiences to embark on The Great Puppy Perenees Adventure, by coming out to see ODDBALL,

Pam with Kim Millan, Executive Director of the Oakville Milton Humane Society

MP Pam Damoff supports Bill C-246, the Modernizing Animal Protections Act

Oakville North-Burlington MP Pam Damoff visited the Oakville & Milton Humane Society on May 6 to show her support for a Private Member’s Bill which would make significant improvements to animal welfare laws in Canada.

black & white cat

OMHS celebrates 80 years with “CATSINO” Gala

It’s the community celebration of the year – CATSINO ROYALE — where the Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS) recognizes their 80th Birthday of providing outstanding care and protection for homeless, neglected and abused animals ...

coyote on frosted grass

Oakville continues to work with community partners to reduce coyote conflicts

Following a community open house held last month to address residents’ concerns about recent coyote sightings, the town has stepped up measures to help minimize human-coyote conflicts.

Urban Coyote, Town of Oakville,

Public Education is key to living with coyotes

Last night, Wednesday, January 20, 2016 a packed house at St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School heard about coyote behaviour and what we all need to do to ensure a peaceful coexistence with wildlife in our community. “Coyotes ...


Co-existing with coyotes in Oakville

Coyotes are part of Oakville’s natural environment. Usually docile, they are currently more visible in some residential areas as they are sick with mange.

Puppy Mill Beagle Enjoying Life

Update: Puppy Mill Closure by OMHS

The OSPCA investigation update is as follows. Currently, this is still an ongoing investigation in to the closure of the Puppy Mill by the Oakville Milton Humane Society on Friday February 13, 2015, and as ...

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