Ontario SPCA Animals’ Voice Pawdcast
Nutrience Enrichment Program
Pets not only love interaction and stimulation, but it is crucial for them to have it not only to prevent boredom, but to alleviate stress and make them more social animals.
When we’re with our pets we can stimulate them by taking them for walks/runs, play ball, give them toys to keep them active and their minds busy.
There are ways we can keep them from becoming bored when we are unable to be at home with them too.
Animal’s at shelters are no different. In fact, they may even need more interaction and stimulation to keep them happy, stimulated, prevent them from becoming bored and depressed while waiting for their forever families.
In this episode of the Animals’ Voice Pawdcast, the Ontario SPCA speaks with Tanya Firmage, Director of Animal Welfare and Operations at the Ontario SPCA.
Tanya introduces the Nutrience Enrichment Program and how this program will benefit animals at Ontario SPCA Branches across the province.
Tanya also outlines ways you can enrich your own pets’ lives.
Have a listen to the pawdcast on Sound Cloud by clicking here.
If you have questions about the Nutrience Enrichment Program, feel free to contact Tanya at firstname.lastname@example.org.