The GTHS Happy Tails Blog
Tails are wagging in excitement in communities across Ontario where a few hundred dogs are patiently waiting for their adoption day. Seven humane societies and SPCA’s, including the Georgian Triangle Humane Society, are coming together to collaborate on the Project 150: Dogs without Borders adoption event….
The Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS) is grateful to be the recipient of a grant that will help advance of the GTHS Volunteer Program. The $5000 grant provided from the Georgian Bay Club Foundation provides the necessary support and equipment to ensure volunteerism at the GTHS continues to thrive.
“Volunteers are the heartbeat of our organization…
MARY is an absolutely gorgeous 3 year old cat. Her little pink nose and beautiful clear eyes make her just stunning! MARY is currently one of our two lobby cats, so often times she’ll be tucked away somewhere where the public often misses her…
Cute CUTLER is a 6 year old, American Eskimo mix. This sweet little dude is a pretty happy pup! He has a big smile to go with his big energy. To see that CUTLER smile, all you have to do is ask him if he wants to go for a walk! This guy LOVES getting outside for walks!!
The Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS) is grateful to be the recipient of a grant that will help support the launch of the GTHS Humane Education Program. The $1400 grant provided from the Rotary Club of South Georgian Bay provides the necessary equipment, clothes and supplies to help participating youth work with animals as part of three programs being offered this Fall…..
With amazing support from animals lovers throughout South Georgian Bay, we raised over $31,000! Despite unexpected storm-like conditions the night before, the skies cleared in the morning to reveal its brilliant blue and sunny disposition – just in time for all the Walkers of the 2 and 4 legged variety!