Hope for the holidays: Merry Christmas from Paws For Reaction
Paws for Reaction
by
1M ago
Wishing you hopeful holidays: We may not all suffer the same this season, but we can heal together This Christmas I feel something I haven't felt in the past few years; calm. The past few years have been transitional for me. Moving away and starting anew. Again. Sometimes my life feels like it's in a perpetual state of starting over. Losing Keira was devastating. Isolation from the pandemic was beginning to drag me down. The veterinary industry has been in a crisis and empathy is not always a renewable resource. Healing the fault lines on my surface was something I knew needed more attention ..read more
Visit website
Etsy Holiday Dog Gift Guide: Handmade Christmas dog collars that are made in Canada
Paws for Reaction
by
1M ago
This post contains affiliate links to pawsitively adorable dog products, and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Bum wiggle-worthy dog gifts: Canadian-made Christmas and holiday dog collars that are merry and bright It's beginning to look a lot like spoil your dog season! What better way to make your dog merry than a new collar that will make it stand out from the rest of the pack? We don't have much time left for holiday shopping, but I wanted to squeak in another holiday dog gift guide to support local sellers. I searched Etsy for the most ..read more
Visit website
Petco Holiday Dog Gift Guide: Dog Trainer Darris Cooper shares holiday pet safety tips & best dog products
Paws for Reaction
by
2M ago
'Make More Merry' with Petco: Certified dog trainer Darris Cooper shares holiday safety tips and his top picks for dog gifts  Let the festive season begin! Holiday festivities include gift shopping, and although we may have mixed feelings about this, our pets LOVE it! Not the shopping but the gift-receiving part. I'm not trying to throw shade at cats, but let's be honest; dogs are often much more enthusiastic when opening holiday gifts. Hazel is adorable. She's learned what gifts are and assumes all gifts under the tree are for her of course, and how to tear into them to get her pr ..read more
Visit website
Fighting for freedom: Remembrance Day in Canada
Paws for Reaction
by
2M ago
Remembrance Day: Honouring military members and their loved ones on this day of reflection  Today is Remembrance Day and Paws For Reaction extends sincere thanks to each and every person (and animal!) who fought, died, sacrificed, and continues to sacrifice for the freedom of this great nation. Freedom is a word that has been appropriated differently in the past few years. Rights and privileges have been confused and interchanged. Our freedom is a privilege given to us and protected by members of the Canadian military. Blood, sweat, tears, and lives secured this privilege. It ..read more
Visit website
World Honey Bee Day: How you can help three native Ontario bee species in decline
Paws for Reaction
by
5M ago
Guest blog by Adeline Ee. Paws For Reaction is so lucky to have such an amazing writer & animal lover join extended our family! Guest blog: Three native Ontario bee species in decline and how you can help Today, August 20th, we celebrate the little, unsung heroes of our ecosystems. It's the 13th annual World Honey Bee Day! The first World Honey Bee Day was held in 2009, and since then, we have been giving a quiet nod of thanks on the third Saturday of August to honey bees and their caretakers, the beekeepers.  Bees play a vital role in pollina ..read more
Visit website
Ontario Nature Guest Blog: 10 disturbing findings from Ontario’s Protecting and Recovering Species at Risk report
Paws for Reaction
by
6M ago
This blog was originally published by Ontario Nature. Guest blog by Anne Bell, Director of Conservation and Education at Ontario Nature. Ontario Nature reveals government failure: Ontario’s record on protecting species at risk is devastating for wildlife The Auditor General of Ontario’s report, Protecting and Recovering Species at Risk, is not reading for the faint of heart. Released on November 22, 2021, the audit sets out in excruciating detail the Government of Ontario’s abject failure to exercise its duty to protect the province’s most vulnerable plants and animals ..read more
Visit website
Wild About Wildlife Month: Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre needs a helping wing with HPAI
Paws for Reaction
by
6M ago
Wild Wednesday: Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre shares what you need to know about bird flu and how they are coping This year my conversation about conservaton with the Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre (OVWBCC) team flew me in a different direction. Wildlife rescue is serious business. It's even more so when navigating a contagious viral infection like H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), more commonly referred to as avian flu or 'bird flu.' It's difficult to provide care to animals with infections diseases. The prognosis can be worse and risks incre ..read more
Visit website
Wild About Wildlife Month: Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary's adorable baby foxes
Paws for Reaction
by
7M ago
Wild Wednesday: Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is not foxing around when it comes to wildlife rescue  No one gives more fox about wildlife than the incredible folks who work in wildlife conservation! The team at Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary have an especially soft (and furry) spot for foxes right now. They are caring for three rescued fox pups and these babies are turning up the cute! Photos of the fox pups provided by Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary  Rescuing, rehabilitating, and rewilding animals is a challenging job. It's rewarding too, but that reward c ..read more
Visit website
Wild About Wildlife Month: Encountering dangerous wildlife on a hike
Paws for Reaction
by
7M ago
Guest blog: What do I do if my dog and I encounter wildlife on a hike? Guest blog by Adeline Ee. Paws For Reaction is so lucky to have such an amazing writer & animal lover join extended our family! Summer is at our doorstep and it's officially Wild About Wildlife Month- we all know what that means! It’s time to get outdoors, so put on your swimmers and jump in a lake, or grab those boots and hit the trail! Of course, you want to include your pooch in your summer shenanigans. Hiking with your dog is a great way to exercise and bond with your best friend. Don’t f ..read more
Visit website
Wild About Wildlife Month: Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary's adorable moose calves #WildWednesday
Paws for Reaction
by
7M ago
Wild Wednesday: Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is rehabilitating five adorable moose calves When I reached out to my fur-iends at Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary and asked “Do you have any interesting animals in your care that I can feature for Wild About Wildlife Month?” their response was most amoosing!  “We currently have five moose calves on site.”  How can I resist five moose babies, with their gangly legs and too big heads and clippity-cloppity hooves? The answer: I can’t. I can NOT resist the opportunity to learn more about these moose calves. I mean, if I knew the ..read more
Visit website

Follow Paws for Reaction on Feedspot

Continue with Google
OR