IS COMING! Are
you hoping to enjoy peaceful on-leash walks with your dog? GENTLE
LEADER WORKSHOP on Sunday
May 28th with DOG
TRAINER, Val Dillon will share her 20+ years of experience and
show you how you can on Sunday May 28th, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in
the Concession Building at the Ancaster Fairgrounds.
Trinity Road S, Jerseyville, On L0R 1R0
km West of Hamilton, 46 km South of 401)
THE MORNING between 9 a.m. and 11:30 there will be 10
pre-registered Dog and Handler Teams that will help to demonstrate
and assist Val in teaching you:
to properly fit a Gentle Leader
to walk your dog with its Gentle Leader
to administer techniques used to control your dogs natural
impulses when they see other dogs, meet people or want to
chase the neighbourhood squirrel.
and Handler Teams
THE AFTERNOON between 12:30 p.m. and 3p.m. (following lunch break)
Val will demonstrate how to condition your dogs to “want to
wear” their Gentle Leader in just a few steps.
Leaders will be available to all participants at a discounted
REGISTER Owners interested in participating with their
dog as a team or those interested in an auditors spot should text
or email Val direct at 905-536-9009 or firstname.lastname@example.org on or
before April 19th
can be made by ETransfer to email@example.com.
to the Workshop Dog and Handler Teams will be
scheduled to attend an assessment/Gentle Leader conditioning
session on Sunday April 30th or Saturday May 6th. (This of
course will depend on Handlers location, other arrangements will
be made if necessary)
workshop is not for Dogs who react aggressively towards people.
If you are not sure how to read your dogs behaviour please contact
Val for clarification.
those dogs participating in the workshop will be provided crating
space inside the building.
DRUMROLL PLEASE! The moment we have all been waiting for is here!!!
Our end of the year video is ready and it was well worth the wait!!!
We couldn’t have made so many doggies happy without the help of our volunteers, foster homes and rescue friends.
This is our reward for all the hard work throughout the year. Thank you everyone for all you do!
Some may have problems viewing on their phones
... apparently it can be viewed on your desktop.
why it costs so much to adopt an animal through rescue ... the real
issue shouldn't be about money; it should be about what a rescue
does before an adoption can start.
animals in foster homes - not kenneled. Foster homes help to find
out about each animal in their care - socializing, training and integration into
Rescues vet each
animal - vaccinations, micro-chipping, spay/neutering, and in many
cases the problem the animal came to the rescue with. Many animals
require x-rays, testing, need special diets or testing for
underlying health issues.
importantly, the rescue does in-home checks to ensure that the
animal will make the transition smoothly to their new
Heather Hunter has
created this poster showing the true cost of what rescues do vs. free
puppies. This poster is a shining example of how much work, time
and money goes into each and every animal rescued.
The cost of
helping an animal is part of what rescue stands for. Rescues
fundraise and ask for donations to help with the animals in
their care. So, while adoption fees for animals rescued may seem
high - the life of each animal rescued is priceless. Animals cannot
talk, but rescues can. Please remember
that rescues do just that - rescue! Saving each life is so very
important to us.
We are ANML-RESQ
Network of Ontario - a not-for-profit group who rescues animals
throughout Ontario and where there is a need. We are all
fosters and receive no money or aid from our government. We
fundraise and hold events throughout the year to accomplish our
goals. With your help we can continue helping the animals
who need us most.
Please contact us at
to find out more about
helping us to rescue one animal at a time.
you to Pet Valu Oak Ridges for their continued support to
ANML-RESQ Network of Ontario through their weekly 'Tuesday Nail
Clipping'. Please support our sponsors!
ANML-RESQ Network of Ontario would like to send a heartfelt "Thank You " to
The Walmley Foundation for their VERY generous donation to ANML-RESQ Network of Ontario. This donation will go a LONG way in helping more
dogs in need.
What a wonderful way to begin the New Year.
Thank you to everyone at the Walmley Foundation for your generous donation and kind support.
All donations that
are made to ANML-RESQ Network of Ontario go to vetting the animals we
receive into our care. If you wish to donate, please use the
donation button below and help us save a life.