EHS is comprised entirely of volunteers. Volunteering is a rewarding experience and a great way to help out in your community.We have a variety of volunteer needs and are currently looking for some dedicated individuals to help out. We are in need of: 1) Office Volunteers: to answer phones, do some filing, general reception, assisting with questions from the […]
What a great day for our 1st Annual Leashes-By-The-Lake Dog Walk-A-Thon and Pet Fest with all proceeds going to support the Etobicoke Humane Society. Thank you for your support! Click here to see more pictures
ETOBICOKE (March 20, 2012) – The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) – now over 25 years old and still an all-volunteer charity – has announced that it will soon be moving to a new location at 67 Six Point Road in Etobicoke. While the exact moving date has not been set, EHS expects the new facility to be operational in May for cats, dogs, small caged […]
Thank you to Nestlé Purina for their recent donation of six pallets of cat food and one pallet of dog food and to Loblaw Companies Limited for their recent donation of 240 cans of cat food. As EHS operates entirely from donations and our own fund-raising efforts, we greatly appreciate the support we receive from our community.
Diana Tudose wanted to make a difference. Her passion for animals and animal related issues led Diana to found Etobicoke Collegiate Institute’s Raise a Paw Club. Looking to build awareness around various animal issues and to raise money for organizations devoted to helping animals, Diana and her 30 member team raised $440 through a raffle held on behalf of EHS during […]
Meg was surrendered to EHS several months ago. At her previous home, she was kept in the basement with no attention for two years. When she came to us, she did not socialize with any of the cats or for the most part – people. Foster mom Emily has taken her in, and as the pictures below show, Meg is looking […]
On January 18, 2012, EHS volunteers Franca Panacci and Maria Barnes hosted an EHS information booth at Hewlett Packard’s Employee Volunteer Fair, held at HP’s Canadian headquarters in Mississauga. Our thanks to HP’s Carole Long, event coordinator, for inviting us and to all the related HP staff who were very friendly and helpful. Hewlett Packard places great emphasis on employee community […]
HUMANE EDUCATION GOING TO THE DOGS On January 16, EHS Humane Education volunteer Laurie Burnett, assisted by her two dogs Pippin and Niska, conducted a Humane Education workshop with the 4th Lakeshore Beavers (app. ages 5 to 7) at their regular evening meeting location at St. Leo’s Catholic School. The group learned about EHS, what it means to be “kind”, […]
Matthew Johnson of Waggz and Whiskerz with EHS Shelter Manager Pia on Paws Talk.
FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (FIV) Note: The following information has been reviewed and approved by the Cornell Feline Health Centre at the College of Veterinary Medicine. It includes compatible information from the Cornell Feline Health Centre, the University of Guelph Small Animal Hospital and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) does not – as an […]