Newfoundland, Canada - Dog-Friendly Listings

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Welcome to dog-friendly Newfoundland! Wherever you go you want to know which businesses are the most friendly and helpful for your dogs. This state guide should point you in the right direction. Don't forget to add your reviews to this ultimate resource.

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Rescue Organizations
354 Water Street
St. John's, NF A1C-1C0
Our mandate is threefold: To construct a no-kill shelter facility At our facility, animals who have strayed from home, been subject to abuse or are about to be unnecessarily euthanized will be safe and secure until they are reunited with their owners or a new home is found. No animals will be euthanized unless they are beyond rehabilitation or are terminally ill and suffering. The vast majority are not. No-kill shelters exist in most major cities all over the world. For example, all humane facilities in San Francisco are no-kill. The key lies in sticking with one common-sense rule: recognizing the number of animals that can be comfortably housed, and never exceeding the limit! To raise awareness of animal issues in the province Sadly, much animal abuse occurs owing to ignorance of proper care - but a little knowledge can go a long way! Heavenly Creatures intends to develop and maintain a program to educate the residents of Newfoundland and Labrador on animal issues. This program will be presented at venues such as schools, malls and community associations. To create and maintain a spay/neuter program in the province Having pets spayed or neutered is crucial to controlling the population of unwanted pets. Heavenly Creatures intends to develop a spay/neuter program that will help address this problem.


Rescue Organizations
354 Water Street
St. John, NF A1C-1CO
Our mandate is threefold: To construct a no-kill shelter facility At our facility, animals who have strayed from home, been subject to abuse or are about to be unnecessarily euthanized will be safe and secure until they are reunited with their owners or a new home is found. No animals will be euthanized unless they are beyond rehabilitation or are terminally ill and suffering. The vast majority are not. No-kill shelters exist in most major cities all over the world. For example, all humane facilities in San Francisco are no-kill. The key lies in sticking with one common-sense rule: recognizing the number of animals that can be comfortably housed, and never exceeding the limit! To raise awareness of animal issues in the province Sadly, much animal abuse occurs owing to ignorance of proper care - but a little knowledge can go a long way! Heavenly Creatures intends to develop and maintain a program to educate the residents of Newfoundland and Labrador on animal issues. This program will be presented at venues such as schools, malls and community associations. To create and maintain a spay/neuter program in the province Having pets spayed or neutered is crucial to controlling the population of unwanted pets. Heavenly Creatures intends to develop a spay/neuter program that will help address this problem.

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