Temporary Care For Wild Birds And How Not To “Imprint”

First My Story.... It was our fault, I think. We were having new eaves troves put in but, there was a nest behind our old ones. Once it was discovered by the men installing the pieces, we asked that the nest be removed, believing that birds would be trapped behind the new work if the... Continue Reading →

Canada’s Pet Food Industry Needs To Step Up To The Plate

Canada's pet food industry needs a giant overhaul and nobody is willing to deal with the issues including the CFIA (Canadian Food Inspections Agency, Animal Divison).   My cat was recently diagnosed with diabetes at nearly 10 years of age.  In doing a lot of research, it's been made clear that the foods that our... Continue Reading →

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