Some pets are made for snow, and some originate from much warmer climates. Whether you have a long-haired furry pooch or a hairless cat, there are important things to keep in mind during the cold winter months here in Canada. From keeping them warm...
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Welcoming a new pet to the house is always an exciting time but with all the fun and excitement comes a little work as you navigate the tricks of training your puppy. Kathy Currie-Eyers, Chair of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Association of Professional...Read more
The beloved mascot and hero of not only the CSS Acadai, but the city of Halifax, Erik the Red, a Rodent Control Officer, passed away in early August following a brief illness. “A fixture on the waterfront since 1997, Erik was the last of the four Rodent Control officers who so proudly served aboard ship and...Read more
For thousands of years, dogs have had an intrinsic role in the lives of humans. After all, they aren’t our best friends for nothing. Considering how for centuries dogs have provided a helping hand in various industries of work, from farming to policing to protection, it only makes sense that a day is designated when people...Read more
Earlier this week Lucca, bomb-sniffing U.S. Marine Corps German Shepard, was awarded the PDSA Dicken Medal. The medal is considered the world’s highest honour for a service dog. She is the first U.S. Marine service dog to receive the medal. Lucca has completed over 400 missions, survived an IED blast and now joins an elite group...Read more