Sheba’s Haven Rescue Reaching out to Dogs in Need of Palliative Care

by Lorraine Payette, written March 15, 2012, updated December 1, 2012

(INVERARY, ONTARIO) It’s a dog’s life. For some, this means comfort and luxury until passing away quietly in one’s sleep and never knowing the difference. For others, the experience is far different, starting in misery and going downhill from there.

And then there’s the worst tragedy of all. Some are loved and pampered while they remain young and healthy, but as soon as something goes wrong, they find themselves abandoned by a roadside, not knowing where they are or where they can find help. They may wander for days, no longer certain who can be trusted and unsure as to why this was done to them when they had been faithful companions for so many years. – to read more>

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Low Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinics offered in September

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit Media Release – August 12, 2013

(LEEDS-GRENVILLE, ONTARIO) Together with partner veterinarians and municipalities, the Health Unit is offering the community Rabies Vaccination Clinics throughout the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark Counties. The Rabies Vaccination Clinics will be held on September 11 and 18, 2012. Check out the locations where you can get your dog or cat vaccinated against rabies: http://www.healthunit.org/rabies/rabies_clinics_2013.pdf. – to read more>