How to get your pet to go to sleep without hurting them

PETS ARE HARD TO RENT in Canada, where there are fewer than 1,500 licensed facilities.

The number of pets on the street in the country has dropped from 10 million in 2012 to less than 1 million in 2019.

But the pet-friendly pet community still struggles to get pets out of the homes.

So far this year, more than 8,000 pet-related deaths have been recorded.

More than 300 pet owners have been charged with homicide or manslaughter in the past three years.

That’s an average of one per week, according to statistics from the Canada Animal Health Agency.

Pet owners are also still being fined thousands of dollars for not vaccinating their animals, which is against the law in Canada.

“The laws in Canada don’t protect us,” says Dr. Amy Saindon, a veterinarian and founder of the PetSafe Alliance.

“I’m sure there are other countries that have different laws, but in Canada we have to be very careful with our pets.”

Saindo says there’s a lack of information and support for pet owners in Canada to get their pets vaccinated.

“People are not aware of the consequences of not vaccinating,” she says.

Pet-friendly vets have been working to change that.

They’re using new techniques, such as vaccinating pets at home.

“We’re actually making some of these things very easy to do,” says Sainnon.

“So if you’re going to be vaccinating your pet, you should be doing it at home.”

That means getting a pet into a crate.

“It’s easier to do at home,” says PETA’s Dan Bowers.

“There’s a lot of ways you can help your pet get out of a crate, so that they can get a better feel for how they’re going in.”

In the past few months, PETA has worked with pet owners to make the crate the pet’s only place to sleep.

In the meantime, PEST Alliance members have also started a campaign to encourage people to vaccinate their pets, with a hashtag #pestsafe.

“If you’re not vaccinated, you’re a bad pet owner,” says Bowers, who is also a veterinarian in Canada’s B.C. province.

Bowers says he’s noticed a drop in the number of people who aren’t vaccinating. “

One thing I learned is if I want a pet to be well cared for, if I don’t vaccinate it, I have to vaccine them myself.”

Bowers says he’s noticed a drop in the number of people who aren’t vaccinating.

“When we started, there were two to three pet owners a day who were not vaccinators,” he says.

“Now, there’s only one person a day.”

But not everyone is convinced that vaccinating can solve all the problems.

“In my experience, it’s really hard to vaccinate a pet,” says Dan Stiles, president of the Manitoba Pet Owners Association.

“That’s a big reason why we have a huge problem in Manitoba.”

Manitoba’s Pet Safe Alliance estimates there are 2.3 million animals in the province.

And that number is rising.

The province’s pet population, according the province’s statistics, is estimated at 4.6 million, with almost 2 million dogs and cats.

Stiles says that means the number in shelters and foster homes has nearly doubled in the last few years.

The group has also heard from many pet owners who say they can’t vaccine their pets because of concerns about spreading disease.

“A lot of people think we have it easy, that we’re in the top three countries in the world for vaccine coverage,” says Stiles.

“And we are not.”

Stiles is also concerned about the lack of support for those who vaccinate.

“Even though we have lots of resources, we don’t have as much support from the provincial government as we would like to,” he adds.

“Every province has their own program.

We’re not really in a position to do the same thing as other provinces.”

The Manitoba Veterinary Association says that when people do decide to vaccination, they need to be sure to do so at the appropriate time.

“Pet owners have a responsibility to ensure that they vaccinate and that their pet is vaccinated before they move on to other areas of their lives,” says spokesperson Amy Jonsson.

“As veterinarians, we are trained to vaccinating and providing our patients with the best possible care.”

PETA believes it’s the responsibility of pet owners and pet owners’ advocates to get this information out to people.

“They can educate themselves about vaccinating by going online to PetSafe.ca, and that can give them the information they need,” says Jonssen.

“Most of our members are people who have a dog, or a cat, or other pets, so they can see what we’re talking about.”