Author Archives: Camille

About Camille

Director of Creation, Founder of the Animal Abuse Defence Registry, Veterinary Assistant and lover of learning.

Exotic Animal as Pets

Exotic animals as pets

Everybody likes petting animals and birds and that surely depends on the choice of an individual. Initially, the pets were used to release the workload but the trend has shifted away with the inventions of machines. Nowadays, pets are just pets, in a sense that a person can love it, feed it, and play with […]

Adoption of the Week

Adoption of the Week #8

As someone who grew up with cats, hamsters, fish, rats, birds, lizards, bunnies and even a tarantula, having a dog was always a dream for me that was never fulfilled. When Sansa, my Australian Cattle Dog, came into my life I could hardly believe how happy she made me. She was found on Kijiji as […]

Animal Abuse Defence Registry

Pet Lover’s Show in Abbotsford

We had an absolute blast at the Pet Lover’s Show, held in Abbotsford BC. Some of our favourite booths included Petobee’s Natural Raw Pet Food, The Reptile Guy, and the Pacific Assistance Dogs Society.

Animal Adoption of the Week

Adoption of the Week #1

“My husband and I went to the local Humane society, planning on adopting a different dog we had seen on the internet. We met the dog and knew that after the meeting, this particular dog was not a match for us. We were just about to leave we saw this gorgeous Rottweiler/Lab cross peek his […]

witnessing animal abuse

What to do if you witness animal abuse

Understanding Abuse Animal abuse can take many forms, including everything from neglect and failure to provide veterinary care to physical assault. According to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, an animal is in distress if it is: Deprived of adequate food, water, shelter, ventilation, space, care or veterinary treatment Injured, sick, or in pain […]

4 Things to Avoid when Advertising a Pet

1. Never use the word ‘free’ in your advertising Even if you plan on giving away the animal for free, remember that there are still a lot of costs that come with taking care of an animal. The new owner should be able to afford the basic necessities of life for the animal, including proper […]

Your rights when adopting out

When it comes to adopting out an animal, it’s important to feel both safe and in control. Although your legal rights may vary depending on your province of residence, here are some of the consistencies that will help you make the best decision not only for yourself, but for the people you’re adopting to as […]

What do animal abusers look like

What does an animal abuser look like?

When you think of an animal abuser, what comes to mind? For me, it was a (roughly) middle-aged man, wearing a white tank top, with a low-income and an overly-aggressive personality. But this stereotype is wrong in so many different ways – because there really is no ‘standard’ when it comes to a person who […]

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Interviewing Potential Adopters

These are generalized questions that may help you sift through the good and bad potential adopters. Remember that it’s your job to find the best home possible for the animal. It has to be the right fit for both parties in order to be a successful adoption, so if you’re feeling uneasy about things, follow […]

Tips for individuals adopting out a pet

Health Records Ensure that the animal is up to date on all of their vaccinations, and are spayed and neutered. Make sure that their veterinarian records are ready to be passed onto the new owner. Advertising Your Pet Never use the word ‘free’ in your advertising. Even if you plan on giving it away without […]