Window screens – check them to ensure they are safe so pets cannot escape or fall out accidentally.
Buckle your pet up for safety when travelling in the car.
Pick up poop
THAWING PONDS; when walking your pet, keep an eye on ponds that may be starting to thaw. Keep them on a leash to be safe.
Wearing gloves and using a pair of tweezers, grab the tick as close to your pets skin as you can. Pull straight up in a swift movement, making sure not to grip too hard. Place the tick in a screw top container containing some rubbing alcohol.
Disinfect the bite site on your pet. Wash your hands thoroughly and disinfect all tools that have come in contact with the tick.
Monitor the bite site. If it is still inflamed after a week or so, bring your pet and the tick into the veterinarian for examination.
For more information on Ticks you can check out this link from the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness. https://novascotia.ca/dhw/CDPC/lyme.asp
Did you know The Disaster Animal Response Team of Nova Scotia is a Registered Charity? (839424629 RR001) Donations are always welcome!! When you donate, you help us carry out our mission to provide shelter and supplies for those pets that have been affected by disasters. If you cannot give a donation, why not consider donating your time. You can donate by using the DONATE button above or send a cheque, gift cards or money order to The Disaster Animal Response Team of Nova Scotia, 14 Court Street, PO Box 151, Truro, Nova Scotia. B2N 3H7. To become a member, please e-mail email@example.com or check out the Want to Help section of our website. When applying for membership for a registered charity, you may require a letter from DARTNS indicating we are a registered charity. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fund Development Director
The Disaster Animal Response Team of Nova Scotia (DARTNS) is currently seeking a passionate and ambitious volunteer for the position of Fund Development Director.
Do you love animals? Are you eager to contribute to your local community?
Are you looking for interesting work that will enhance your resume?
Then we would love to welcome you into our organization!
When disaster strikes, and families are evacuated, some are forced to leave with only the clothes on their back. Just like our partners, the Canadian Red Cross, who supply Comfort Kits items, we supply "Comfurt Kits" that contain everything your will need for your cat or dog. At this time we have Large Dog, Small Dog and Cat " Comfurt Kits"