“No-kill” means that animals in our care will not be euthanized because they have been with us for ‘too long’ and are taking up space; because they are sick, injured, or physically disabled; or have behavioural issues. Euthanasia, in consultation with a veterinarian, is considered as a last resort only in those cases where an animal is suffering from an untreatable, painful and terminal illness or injury with no hope of recovery or quality of life; or where professional assessment concludes that an animal’s behavioural problems cannot be managed, thereby making him/her a threat to the public.
We are at 455 Panorama Drive. Take the turn to Panorama. At the bottom of the hill on your right, you will see a CP Rail office and then a Petro Canada Bulk Station. When you see the bulk station, look straight ahead and you will see a little alley road that veers off to the right. We are located on this road in the second house. There is an ICAN sign and a Bow-Wow Meow sign on the fence.
We must keep records of all companions coming and going through the shelter. All personal information is kept confidential, although we will discuss the animal’s past care with their veterinarian if necessary. Also, the more information you can provide, the better we are able to match your surrendered companion with the right home.