I’m a very lucky pug.
I am fortunate to have a good family that love me, take good care of me and don’t get too upset when I’m “naughty” ūüėČ
Unfortunately, not all animals are as fortunate as I am.
This past year has been an adventure for me, gaining new friends, both furry and human.
One of my newest friends include the Ontario SPCA who I’ve had the pleasure of sharing their bi-weekly Animals Voice¬†Pawdcasts¬†on my site.¬†These Pawdcasts offer information featuring leading experts on animal welfare, interviews with volunteers, pet care information and much more.
This past week¬†I had the honour of being a guest of the¬†Ontario SPCA¬†in Newmarket Ontario.
I was invited to go for a visit to view the facilities, meet the wonderful staff, and of course meet the animals that are looking for their forever homes.
During my visit I viewed dogs
even a bunny
All these wonderful animals are waiting to be taken home to and make their new pet parents proud and happy!
The Ontario SPCA is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, providing care and shelter for tens of thousands of animals every year. The facility also offers a Spay/Neuter clinic that is open to the public, shelters and rescue groups. ¬†They¬†provide¬†ongoing educational opportunities, workshops, events, conferences and training sessions.
I want to thank the Ontario SPCA and their wonderful staff for the warm welcome and making me realize what a lucky dog I am.