We are beyond grateful for the impact we have already been able to make for homeless dogs across the globe. In just nine months since our launch, WagAware has sold thousands of WagAware Charms worldwide and donated nearly $30,000 to rescue organizations solely from the sale of our charms. To learn more, check out our donations page here: . Together, we are giving a voice to the voiceless animals in shelters around the world, encouraging animal adoption, and helping to make the world a better place for ALL beings. We could never have done this without the tremendous support of our dedicated followers and four-legged activists and we thank you on behalf of homeless dogs everywhere for Joining the WagAware Ruff-olution! Thank you from the bottom of our collective hearts at WagAware! Because of YOU more people are aware of the benefits of rescue and more dogs will have the chance to live the lives they so deserve. Our collective bark is getting louder, and, together, we are changing the world for dogs in need, one charm at a time! Keep on Waggin’ on & Proudly!
Chapman Mills, Ottawa, Ontario - Pet Adoption
The next morning, we set out on an overnight camping adventure across the secluded tundra, accompanied by our guide from Arctic Kingdom. As the premiere Canadian Arctic adventure company, Arctic Kingdom has toured with everyone from royalty to movie stars, and has even provided services for underwater movie productions for National Geographic and Disney. They offer a number of experiences, from private animal adventures to cruises through the Northwest Passage. As we worked our way along a road that seemed to lead to nowhere, I thought I spotted a wolf on the shore of a small lake. We stopped to investigate and found a dog sled team living along the water’s edge. Ten mighty working dogs expressed their delight at my approach by setting up the most incredible howling. Later, I ran into the owner of the sled team, who said she kept the dogs for family fun. Unlike some other teams, they were home-raised as puppies and clearly well-socialized.
Ottawa/Belleville, Ontario - Pet Adoption
Caring for animals in the North is complicated. The IHS rescues dogs from as far north as Resolute Bay, above the Arctic Circle. With the generous support of First Air they are able to transport cages to remote villages so the animals can be airlifted back to Iqaluit. After rehabilitation, many are flown south to Ottawa for adoption. One of the volunteers we met on arrival was visiting from Ottawa, where she had adopted an IHS dog. First Air also provides free flights for veterinarians to fly up and conduct free spay and neuter clinics.
Prairie Paws Animal Shelter Inc