Dog Events: November
Fall Fun with Fido
November 1, 2014
9:30 am to 4:00pm
Benefiting: Cambridge & District Humane Society
Book your appointment for this years Furry Friends Foto Fun, a fundraising project of John Mitchell Photography. For your $50 donation to the Cambridge & District Humane Society you will receive a mini-portrait session, a 5×7 portrait of your pet (photographer’s choice), and your pet will appear in the 2016 CDHS Calendar!
Call Krista 519.623.7722 ext.225, or email email@example.com.
Last years’ event photos HERE
Sunday, November 2, 2014
2:00PM – 4:00PM
Purina PawsWay (245 Queens Quay West)
Admission: $7 per person, cash only, family passes are available at a discount.
Benefiting: Pupalug Pug Rescue
Muddy Paws will be attending for pedicures at $12.00 a dog. Don’t forget to enter the Pug Costume Contest too!
November 7th- 16th
Celebrating 92 years of world class Equine & Agricultural excellence, featuring the President’s Choice Super Dogs!
Friday, November 7th 2014: Bidding may START 8am to
Sunday, November 9th 2014: Bidding ENDS 8pm (page closes)
Monday, November 10th will re open Page and tag all winners
Hosted on their Facebook page.
Online Facebook Auction to raise money to support the dogs in Homeward Bound Rescue’s care.
Saturday, November 8 2014
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday, November 9, 2014
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
EY Centre– 4899 Uplands Drive, Ottawa, ON
*Parking is available on site for $7.
Admission: $12 (cash only) or Advance online ticket: Free admission for ages 12 & under
Join thousands of pets and pet owners for a weekend they’ll never forget. Try on outfits, taste new food, and play with new toys. Bring your family and be wowed at the amazing animal competitions, learn from Vets and breeders and chcek out the many pet presentations.
Nov 15, 2014
10am to 5pm
Admission: $129 including book and Pet First Aid kit. To register call 416-967-4244.
This one-day course is taught by a certified First Aid instructors. It provides you with the knowledge, judgement and skills needed to respond safely and effectively in an emergency situation.
November 22- 23, 2014 & November 29- 30, 2014
12 pm to 4 pm
Admission: Please Contact for more information
*Every picture supports homeless animals in need at the shelter!
Santa is coming to HBSPCA! Have you furry friends photographed with the merry man himself.
For more information please contact: Sylvie MacLean Events Coordinator Tel: 905-574-7722 ext. 427 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pickering/Liverpool Rd. -1794 Liverpool Road. Pickering, ON L1V 4G7
Homeward bound will be at the following Pet store locations during the months of November and December! Come and meet the Volunteers, and dogs available for adoption.
9am – 3pm (televised on Thanksgiving Day)
San Diego – East Country
The largest parade in San Diego County is also the largest of its type west of the Mississippi. Each year, the Mother Goose Parade attracts thousands of spectators to the streets of El Cajon.
- 8:00 AM – Red Carpet Event
- 10:00 AM – Parade Begins
- 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM – Mother Goose Village
Team Body Glove Rider Mr. Tuff is honored to be a “Special Guest” in this years televised Mother Goose Parade. Look for him proudly wearing his lime green “Body Glove” rash guard and visor.
Nov 30, 2014 to Dec 21, 2014
11am to 5pm
Admission: $12 per photo session
Benefiting: The Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides
Find out if your cat or dog has been naughty or nice! Children and families are more than welcome too! Photo session includes one print and $2 donation to the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides, $6 per additional print, and $5 per digital copy (taxes not included)
Note: Santa and his elves will take a one hour lunch break from 2pm to 3 pm each day.
For more information, please call 416-360-7297 or email email@example.com.
Nov 30, 2014 t
10am to 6pm
This veterinarian-approved, certificate course recommended for all Pet Lovers and Pet Care Professionals. Be there when your pet needs you! Feel confident that you will know what to do, should the time ever come!
You Will Learn:
- The importance of preventative care, how to know what is “normal” for your pet
- What you can do to avoid illnesses and injuries
- How to recognize and manage all types of injuries – bleeding, bone fractures, contusions, scrapes, punctures, lacerations, strains and sprains
- How to recognize and manage medical conditions/potential emergencies – seizures, diabetes, heat exhaustion, hypothermia, bloat, shock, poisoning, parasites; breathing emergencies such as choking, and how to perform artificial respiration and CPR
- How to properly restrain and stabilize an injured pet until qualified veterinary care can be obtained
*You will practice bandaging, and other techniques on stuffed toy animals, as well as on live animals
Early, Early Bird Rate: (before Oct 5th) $185 plus HST ($209.05)
Early rate: $195 plus HST ($220.35)
Late Registration: (if spaces still available after Nov 9th) $215 plus HST ($242.95)