RESOURCES

Sick or Injured Animals

 

We often get calls about sick or injured wildlife. While we don’t have the expertise or facilities to care for animals, there are a number of other agencies that might be able to assist you. For information on what to do if you find an animal in distress or for wildlife rehabilitators in your community, visit the Ontario government resource page.

 

Additionally, your local humane society is often a great resource if you have any concerns about the health and well-being of wildlife or domestic pets, such as cats and dogs.

Connect with your local society:

Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society

Cambridge Humane Society

Guelph Humane Society

Stratford-Perth Humane Society

 

If you live in rural settings, contact your local township office and they might be able to provide you with additional information.

 

 

Trapping and Relocating Wildlife

 

We often get requests to trap and relocate animals from properties or dwellings. While this might seem like a quick fix to solve your issue, in Ontario it is illegal to under the Ministry of Natural Resourcesʼ Fish and Wildlife

Conservation Act. For more information visit www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/97f41

 

 

 

RR#1 WELLESLEY, ON       (226) 218-7828

NOB 2TO                        mark@innovativewildlifesolutions.com

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