Edmonton Humane Society

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12251 - 67 Street
Edmonton, AB T8A 2G4

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Animal Shelters

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Cats:  YesCritters:  Yes
Volunteer program:  YesFoster homes needed:  Yes
Low-cost spay & neuter:  YesPuppy classes:  Yes
Dog behavior classes:  YesCat behavior classes:  No
Agility classes:  YesAnimal assisted therapy:  No
Feral cat program:  NoMicrochipping:  Yes
Low-cost vaccine:  NoHumane education:  Yes
Programs for kids/teens:  YesPrison dog program:  No

“Edmonton's local shelter for abandoned, homeless animals”

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5posted: November 20th, 2008




1posted: November 11th, 2008

Focus is not to help animals.

This is a facility run by people looking to boost their profile in the community not by people caring about the welfare of animals. Yes, a new building is being built with only six additional kennels and fewer to view adoptable dogs kennels in a building that is DOUBLE the size. Edmontonians should be outraged that they are focusing their efforts on for-profit initiatives such as dog daycare (over 5000 sq ft), a retail store, and cafe. They really could use that space for housing animals which should be their primary objective. It is simply a waste of taxpayers and donors money. It is a shame that this is an organization that is susposed to help animals but it focus is really not.

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4posted: August 22nd, 2007

The Edmonton Humane Societyis as good as the volunteers who help

The Edmonton Humane Societyis as good as the volunteers who help and Edmontonians are fantastic when it comes to helping and volunteering. Always at every fundraiser and weekly morning TV show's volunteering time and information. I am glad we're on the MAP just need to get better noticed,,of course that cost's money,,DOGSTER is a wonderful way of 'word of mouth' advertizing,,,Thanks DOGSTER.COM!!

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