Wednesday, June 12, 2024



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Proudly Supporting Dog Rescue and Pet Adoption In Edmonton


Edmonton Humane Society


The Edmonton Humane Society, and it's dog rescue and adoption program, enriches the lives of people and companion animals through animal sheltering, programs and services, and community engagement. In 2016, the Edmonton Humane Society took in over 9,000 homeless, neglected and abused companion animals and with your help we are able to continue saving animals lives.​

The Leash Team participates annually in the Edmonton Humane Societies signature fundraising event...Pets in the Park, which is a really fun day at the park when your dogs are welcome. Tons of interesting exhibitors capped off with a 5 km run or a 2.5 km walk. The event will take place next summer at William Hawrelak Park. If you would like to either join our team and run (or walk) with us, or be a sponsor of our team, please let us know. You can email us at and we will put you on our contact list for next spring.


Misfits of Alberta is another organization that The Leash Team Supports


Misfits is a non-profit organization that relies on the generosity of you to help with expenses! We have the passion and drive; however, financial support is essential to  providing the basic resources  for the animals we save! To donate, please etransfer to
If you would like to adopt a pet or foster one while it is looking for a forever home, please visit 


How Dogs Make us Better Humans

Tails of Unconditional Love

This book is a passion project brought to life during the deep dark days of Covid-19. The idea was inspired by the author’s work in leadership and her love of dogs. These two different worlds and two different passions are combined to create 16 very informal and whimsical stories about what dogs can teach us. The themes that come to light circle around unconditional love, self-leadership, and how to be better humans. The tales are heartwarming and real. The messages reveal how our canine friends help us grow in the big and small moments of our lives if we are present and willing to listen. It begs the questions, What is a dog's purpose? and Are we really present to the world around us?


Available now on Amazon