Career woman and mayoral candidate Caroline Sheppard (Amanda Langille) is determined to find her family's stolen dog, Dinah. Given a lead by an animal welfare activist, Caroline risks her safety and reputation and alienates her family as she searches for Dinah in the underground hell of puppy breeding mills and research laboratories. But when she confronts a brutal dog-fighting ring her courage inspires her family to reunite and help her rescue their pet. 

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Brandon Humane Society – Helping Animals Since 1946

Published on April 17, 2014 in Blog

The Brandon Humane Society (BHS) has been in operation since 1946 when it was founded by Eleanor Kidd.  She originally housed the shelter in her garage on 13th Street, then in an abandoned stable near Empress Bay, and later in an old barn near the riverbank where Eleanor Kidd Gardens are now located. Fifty years

 
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Big Hearts at Ladybird Animal Sanctuary

Published on April 11, 2014 in Blog

When you love animals and want to do something, the Ladybird Animal Sanctuary  is a perfect example of what a “get up and go” attitude can achieve. Since 2011, these lovely Ladybirds have helped over 350 animals in the Hamilton area – everything from the tiniest rats to the biggest dogs.  As many rescuers know,

 
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The 2014 CFHS National Animal Welfare Conference

Published on April 4, 2014 in Blog

Get your tickets before they’re sold out! The 2014 Canadian Federation of Humane Societies’ National Animal Welfare Conference is fast approaching.  From April 12 – 15, here in Toronto, you’ll have “an unprecedented opportunity to share, learn, connect and network with the animal welfare community in Canada. The 2014 conference brings together like-minded individuals and

 
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