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Going Cruelty Free: Cheryl’s reviews

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February
5

The process of transforming your household into a cruelty free one takes times, but with more and more available certified cruelty free products, it is achievable. Recently, we asked Cheryl, our Volunteer Coordinator, to share some of her favourite products …

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January
25

When you work or volunteer in animal rescue you often feel like you bare the brunt of other people’s poor and/or selfish decisions. A common conversation among animal rescuers is the ridiculous reasons people have given when surrendering their pet. …

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A message from our Founder and Executive Director

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December
31

It’s the early morning of the last day of 2016 and as I reflect on the year we have had, I wanted to reach out to thank you for your ongoing support and commitment to improving the lives of companion …

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Why we care: meet Health Clinic Coordinator Tanya Jamieson

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December
7

Tanya Jamieson’s love for animals was the reason she pursued a career in the veterinary field. Having completed Granville Business College’s veterinary office assistant program in 2000, Tanya went to work for a clinic in Squamish for five years before …

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Why we care: meet Board Director Rhianydd Bellis

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December
4

Rhianydd Bellis has been passionate about animals since she was a child. “When I was younger I was always advocating for one animal welfare issue or another,” she says. “I volunteered at the local vet clinic and, at any given …

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Why we care: a message from Board Director Noa Nichol

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December
2

Noa Nichol, a writer and editor, has been working in Canadian print and online media – including such pet-focused publications as Modern Dog and Modern Cat magazines – for more than 15 years. In 2016, while on maternity leave from …

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