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In 2014, the WHS took in 8,131 animals

The Winnipeg Humane Society has 11 locations where hundreds of pets found homes. Our satellite adoption centres are integral to helping our furry friends find the forever home they need.

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What's Happening at The Winnipeg Humane Society?

7:00 pm Bark in The Park @ Shaw Park
Bark in The Park @ Shaw Park
Sep 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Bark in The Park @ Shaw Park
BARK IN THE PARK! The Winnipeg Goldeyes Baseball Club and the Winnipeg Pet Show are proud present “BARK IN THE PARK”, where fans are invited to bring their dogs to watch a baseball game!  Bark in the Park will include fun dog-themed entertainment, prizes, giveaways, and pet-related vendors with lots of treats for furry fans.  Tickets are only $12 and include admission for one Adult and one Dog plus a FREE Doggie Treat Bag! A portion of Bark in the Park ticket proceeds will be donated to the Winnipeg Humane Society. Click here for more information!
7:00 pm What Is My Dog Saying to Me? @ The WHS Classroom
What Is My Dog Saying to Me? @ The WHS Classroom
Sep 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
What Is My Dog Saying to Me? @ The WHS Classroom | Winnipeg | Manitoba | Canada
Understanding Canine Communication Taught by The WHS Dogs & Storks instructor, Dr. Renee Will, “What is My Dog Saying to Me?” will help you better understand your canine friends, what they are saying to each other, to other animals and to you. A better understanding can strengthen training, adoption matches, owner decisions about dog park and daycare play and work with dogs in stressful situations as you and the dog are more likely to be “on the same page”. Instructor: Dr. Renee Will, CPDT-KA Two Brown Dogs Canine Consultants

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