This past weekend saw the Marda Gras Street Festival throw another huge party in the Marda Loop neighbourhood of Calgary on Sunday August 12 ... Tails of Help was there with our volunteers staffing the booth for tons of visitors. The event was another great success to help raise … (more)
Holly, one of over 500 pets that Tails of Help has helped save and keep with her owner, Captain Ziggy. They were visiting the Tails of Help booth at Pet-a-Palooza on the July 28-29 weekend at Eau Claire in downtown Calgary. We were here at the event for both days Saturday and Sunday, and we had … (more)
Look for Tails of Help at Pet-a-Palooza this weekend in Calgary.
Events there will include wiener dog races, a puppy stampede, dock diving, and Running of the Bulls (French and English bulldogs).
Bring your whole family, pets are welcome, and it's free! … (more)
Andrew Ewan has resigned from his position with Tails of Help to pursue another career
opportunity. Andrew has been Executive Director for Tails of Help for the past two years, and the charity sincerely appreciates … (more)
Tails of Help was there at the Edmonton Humane Society Pets in the Park event on the last weekend of June. (June 24, 2018 at Hawreluk Park in Edmonton)
Many thanks to Dr Colleen Pratt (pictured at the Tails of Help booth) and Dr Chantal McMillan, for leading our volunteer team for this event!
To aid in spreading the word about Tails of Help we are proud to release the June 2017 issue for our TOH newsletter.
Highlights this month include:
To aid in spreading the word about Tails of Help we are proud to release the June 2017 issue for our TOH newsletter. Highlights this month include:
Tails of Help is very proud to announce that VCA Canada has increased their sponsorship commitment for 2017 as a Premier Sponsor. The company was a founding sponsor of Tails of Help and their continuous support has included ... (more)
Recently Tails of Help conducted a review of the funding limits and the financial need categories of eligible pet owners ... that has assisted Tails of Help to make significant changes that we believe will make the program accessible for more Alberta pet owners in financial hardship, while still keeping the process simple, with clear qualification criteria that make it easy for clinics to make their decision about submitting an application for their client.
Tails of Help is pleased to formally announce changes to funding limits and the application criteria which become effective April 10th, 2017... (more)