Playing with your puppy is an important part of building a positive relationship and developing good communication between the two of you. Starting when your pup is young will get things off on the right “paw” towards a lifetime Read more →
Each spring, the Regina Humane Society receives many calls about “orphaned” wildlife or birds. While all have good intentions, disturbing the animals would likely do more harm than good. If you encounter baby wildlife, please keep the following in mind: Read more →
You’ve likely seen social media posts about the new “Assistants” we have all gained while working from home. From furry bottoms occupying the keyboard to cat walks across our Zoom screen, we could all use some ideas about how Read more →
Special thanks to Access Communications for their assistance in the production of this video.
While many of those looking to add a new furry family member to their clan seek the adventure that is having a kitten or puppy, many are just as happy to adopt a senior pet – and why not? Read more →
We don’t know how Leo came to be stranded on a Regina street with a badly broken leg one early winter morning. On the surface, it would seem that his luck had run out. But that changed when he Read more →
This time of year, we hear many stories about animals left outside to face winter’s wrath. Traveller came to the RHS after experiencing not one, but two of the season’s perils. In mid-December, the Regina Humane Society (RHS) received Read more →