of a network of concerned individuals with common goals and charitable objectives
- Promote the humane treatment of dogs and all other
animals through educating the public about animal protection related laws in Canada.
Collaborate with other Canadian registered
charities to bring awareness to healthy and humane breeding practices and to combate
animal over population and exploitation created by puppy mills and catteries.
- Fund select
Canadian registered charities committed to the welfare of dogs and all other animals
including the support of canine medical and genetic research certain of which
also benefits the human race.
YOU CAN HELP !
You Love Pets and the Animals
Dear To Us?
You can help us improve
animal welfare by becoming one of our members and for a charitable donation to
the animal welfare cause and the amount of your choosing.
Please contact us
to become a
CANINE COMPASSION SOCIETIES
Charity No. 81917 2024 RR0001
feel improved animal welfare is paramount and that the root cause of most animal
cruelty is resultant from indiscriminate, unethical breeding and exploitation
creating an over population of pets.
be a source of timely, specific and selective funding (employing minimal administrative
dilution) as directed by our donors and/or our partnerships in the community to
quickly and directly come to the aid of victims of animal cruelty, abandonment
and even natural disaster.
enhance the quality of life for animals, humans and the society in which we live
through funding select specific needs not presently effectively being addressed
by most animal welfare organizations.
fund select causes dedicated to education, care, training, responsible breeding
and adoption of homeless pets.
end euthanasia of all adoptable pets.
- Canine Compassion Societies is our main focus.
COMPASSION SOCIETIES FOUNDERS:
Specific Canine Efforts:
liaise to effect existing ethics and standards of all commercial breeders using
the standards and guidelines laid out by National Kennel Clubs.
To liaise to effect existing ethics
and standards of membership of all breeders in recognized National Kennel Clubs.
educate the public to raise awarness about municipal regulations and laws.
educate the public about the health, temperament and safety issues of so called
"designer dogs" often bred at puppy mills as compared to owning a purebred
pet from a responsible hobby breeder.
encourage would be pet owners to seek out responsible, ethical hobby breeders
who selectively breed away from health and temperament issues supported by records
for pure breeds. Records of any kind including health and temperament issues are
non existent in cross breeds.
establish a joint owner/pet checklist ensuring that would be owners meet certain
qualifications with respect to care, training, affordability etc. coupled with
providing ownership education.
support Canadian charitable purebred organizations to ensure all breeds are preserved
as originally developed to serve mankind.