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Benjamin was a scruffy little terrier rescued from a shelter here in Ontario. Author Malcolm Bernstein turned his personal diary into a novel celebrating Benjamin’s life in order to educate others on the importance of animal welfare initiatives.
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Leonardo is outgoing and shamelessly begs for food. Turtles are definitely lifetime companions and Leonardo still has quite a bit of growing to do. For more information about turtle care, speak to a Special Species adoption counselor.
Scooby may be a bit shy, watching you with those big blue eyes. But he will quickly relax with a gentle touch and some soft talk. He "really gets his purr on" when he gets his way and hypnotizes you into rubbing his head and neck.
This older gentleman is looking to spend his retirement in a quiet home where he can get all the attention. At his age, Billy knows what he likes and desires a consistent schedule of feeding, petting and play time.
Hello THS! We would like to give you an update on Patches: When we came in for the interview it was apparent that she had issues with biting and toy and food possessiveness. She was hiding under a blanket when we walked through the kennels (so much so that the THS staffer helping us didn't think she was even in her spot) and she was also several pounds overweight, a little snausage as I liked to call her. Patches showed none of the aggression to us in the interview and we began thinking maybe it was just the stressful situation she had been put in that made her angry.