November 8, 2015 Newsletter

Dear Animal Lovers, Advocates, Rescuers & Activists:

Another crazy week trying to keep up with all the excellent work in the rescue community, and all kinds of good news in for rescue movement ...


Barbara Amiel spells it out re: zoos:

New Zealand declares ALL animals as sentient beings!

PEI joins BC in saying no to ear-cropping on dogs! 

Why Love One and Eat the Other Toronto campaign launches! Excellent!

Hundreds of thousands oppose teaching bullfighting in Spanish schools! (Thanks Lawrence Pinsky for posting):



3.5 months in the shelter!!!  Trudy needs help!!!  My name is TRUDIE. I am a female, tricolor German Shepherd Dog mix. The shelter staff think I am about 5 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jul 13, 2015 -- won't you please help me find my forever person?  Contact:  City of Oshawa Animal Services. 

Can Peppy get a high-five on having the humblest underbite smile ever?

Diligence and patience will be key in assisting this boy to a life totally free of anxiety...Peppe is really a smart (and funny!) Old English Bulldog!  This dapper boy will flourish in a home that understands the importance of both consequence and reward and how to maintain a healthy balance.  Peppe has made great strides with his behavioural issues and will make a wonderful addition to a home that is able to follow his training protocol (training support included!). He'll return the favour by offering  you his unconditional love. At this time he is best suited to a home with no other dogs until his new frame of mind has taken root for the long term.  He is a 3 year old neutered male, healthy, and UTD on vaccines. He loves people and co-piloting in the car. He is ready for a permanent, loving home. He is a good dog, and we are determined to find him the right companion. Funds were raised by a GREAT group of people in London because they believed in him. Won't you?  So far, our investment in him has proven to be quite remarkable. With the right home, this boy is ready-set for forever success.   Contact: K9resQ, London 519.472.9396  



Anita is currently before the courts for giving water to pigs in trucks, awaiting slaughter.  Sign the petition to support Anita Krajnc and The Save Movement:

The Pangolin is the most illegally trafficked animal on earth. Please sign the petition to protect pangolins:

Please help us free Momo Elephant by signing this petition:


A new way to protect vulnerable species:
Natural ways to control fleas:

Understanding the Dog Owner's Liability Act (DOLA)  Featuring Kim Smithers, Supervisor, Toronto Animal Services Enforcement & Mobile Response Unit Sunday April 3rd, 2016 Broadlands Community Centre 19 Castlegrove Blvd. (DVP and Lawrence), Toronto M3A 1K9 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Light snacks/refreshments served $50.00 (plus HST)  Contact:


TODAY, Sunday November 8th, join us from 12-5pm and enjoy a delicious healthy meal at b.good restaurant (487 Cornwall Rd)  in Oakville and help our dogs! 50% of all food sales will go towards our furry friends!   
b.good, one of Oakville's newest eateries focuses on local and sustainable food sources and is partnering with The Dog Rescuers Inc for you to enjoy a fun afternoon of great food and fun including photo booths, raffle prizes and more! We have some amazin g prizes donated by local vendors including Triple Food, Orange Theory Fitness, ZenBar, Sienna Boutique, Bucks Hardgoods and more! For more information call 416-567-6249 or email
SPEAKING OF DOGS RESCUE  is pleased to announce our fall online auction being held from November 8 to 14, 2015. 
We've helped over 125 dogs so far this year, many who are seniors, others with special needs.  Thanks to our many generous supporters, there are over 150 items to bid on.  Some of the items include:  a hand-made quilt, Reiki sessions for your pet, an iPad mini, a Coach dog collar, a portable dog x-pen, a children's wagon, collector hockey cards, various household items, jewelry, lots of collectibles, and an assortment of pet-related items.  Come shop with us for the holidays!  Simply go to  
to browse and place your bids knowing that you'll be helping us help as many dogs as possible find a second chance at love and life.  All funds raised go directly to veterinary costs and quality care.

Action Volunteers Famous Annual Charity Bazaar, Sat'dy  November 14, 9AM-5PM
 -- Etobicoke Olympium, 590 Rathburn Road. North side of Rathburn, one block  west of Renforth.  Free admission. All proceeds from gifts, pet supplies, collectables, white elephant table, silent auction, bake table - go directly to animals!



Please don't support competitive horse events and challenge your family and friends to take a pass on it too!  These two beauties lost their lives to it. I'm sure they didn't choose it.




Deepening of the spirit. I like that.  For all creatures, everywhere, m.