This Week in the Ottawa Petfinder

For the birds; Opening a specialty shop in the small town of Almonte five years ago could have been deemed a bird-brained idea, but for Bob Volks and Louise Beckinsale, it was not a flight of fancy, Karen Turner writes
For more than three decades, Bob Volks, 61, had dreamed of owning a store specializing in bird feeders, nesting boxes and quality seed to help attract all species of birds to backyards, both urban and rural.
– Oct. 1.

Helping birds survive; Want to add a bird feeder to your backyard? Here are three handy tips:
– Oct 1.

World of Birds: Waterfowl numbers on the rise as southbound migration intensifies

– Sept. 30.

Lost Pembroke hound surrenders to OPP for a drink and a snack

– Sept. 28.

Bruce the moose is back on the loose

– Sept. 28.

Ashby: Pet owners hold all the power. Remember that when an animal misbehaves

– Sept 27.

‘I can’t imagine our lives without him’: Owner says benefits of special needs cats far outweigh costs
– Sept. 26

Ottawa therapy dogs help children with disabilities get back on their feet
– Sept. 26.

Ottawa policeman shoots dog after it attacks man with baby
– Sept. 24.

Advocacy group calls for body cameras after B.C. police dog injures innocent bystander

– Sept. 24.

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One comment on “This Week in the Ottawa Petfinder
  1. OJM says:

    With some onions and root vegetables, Bruce the Moose would make excellent ragoose.

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