Public Education

Keep Your pets warm, and safe this winter

Date: Wednes­day, Jan­u­ary 31, 2024 For Imme­di­ate Release Fred­er­ic­ton, New Brunswick – Cats and dogs get cold when the temperature…

5 reasons to Adopt a Dog from an Animal Shelter

If you are look­ing to add a pet to your fam­i­ly, an ani­mal shel­ter can be a great place to…

7 Benefits of Adopting a Senior Pet

7 Ben­e­fits of Adopt­ing a Senior Pet There is no deny­ing that every­one loves pup­pies and kit­tens. It makes sense…

Significance of spaying and neutering cats

Whether you are plan­ning to adopt a cat or you have already wel­comed your fur­ry friend into your home, make…

DocuPet helps keep pets and communities safe

Pet licences pro­vide an impor­tant peace of mind for ani­mal own­ers and an impor­tant iden­ti­fi­ca­tion tool for com­mu­ni­ties. A pet…

Make sure your pet stays tick-free this summer

Ticks are exter­nal par­a­sites that feed on your pet’s blood and are capa­ble of trans­mit­ting dan­ger­ous dis­eases. Tick bites and…

Protect Your Pets from Cyanobacteria (Blue-green algae) this summer

Cyanobac­te­ria, also known as blue-green algae, are micro­scop­ic organ­isms that can be found in New Brunswick lakes, rivers, and wetlands.…

Keep Your Dog Out of Hot Cars

FOR IMME­DI­ATE RELEASE Fred­er­ic­ton, New Brunswick – Dog own­ers should nev­er leave their ani­mals unat­tend­ed in a parked car on…

'Kitten season’ putting pressure on animal shelters

New Brunswick ani­mal shel­ters pre­pare for kit­ten sea­son’, the months from May to Octo­ber where warmer weath­er pro­motes the birth…

A safe spot for pets to escape domestic violence

Vic­tims of domes­tic vio­lence or abu­sive rela­tion­ships in New Brunswick don’t have to con­tem­plate the unthink­able – leav­ing a beloved…

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