Animal and Wildlife
Ottawa Animal and Wildlife organizations protects the life and well being of any home pets, and wildlife animals. They can stand up against animal cruelty and abuse. Some organizations arrange new homes for abandoned home pets. The Ottawa charity listings below are related to variety of services for animals and wildlife. Services may include animal treatments, grooming, and arrangements on adoption of abandoned pets. If you are looking to donate, volunteer or participate in the aspect of animal and wildlife advocacy, use the Ottawa charitable listings below to find what you need.
The CARCNET is working to reverse the trends in habitat loss and to better understand these cryptic creatures commonly known as frogs, toads, salamanders, turtles, snakes and lizards.
Volunteers working together to rescue, foster and provide necessary veterinary care for homeless, abandoned and neglected Chihuahuas across Canada.
The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies is the national voice of humane societies and SPCAs. We bring together those who work with, and care for animals to promote respect and humane treatment toward all animals.
"To assist visually-impaired Canadians with their mobility by providing and training them in the use of professionally trained Guide Dogs."
To help individuals with disabilities that wish to gain independence through the assistance of a specially trained Assistance Dog by teaming them with one that will assist them in their specific needs
Our primary goal is to give apparently unadoptable cats a second chance.
The only animal rescue group in the Ottawa area that aids ferrets in need. Ferrets that are brought to the Humane Society are transferred to us for special care.
Our mandate is to re-establish cats and dogs abandoned in the Ottawa and surrounding area in permanent, caring homes; to prevent any further increase to the dog and cat over-population problem by spaying and/or neutering all adult abandoned pets.
Founded in 1982 as the Ottawa Banding Group, the Innis Point Bird Observatory (IPBO) is located along the Ottawa River, near Shirley's Bay. IPBO is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of birds and natural history.
Our mission is to conserve and protect nature - Canada's natural diversity of plant and animal species and their environment.
The Humane Society provides a wealth of animal care information to the public through humane education visits, public information awareness booths, participation in various volunteer programs and the multitude of services offered to the community. They provide stray animal shelter services to all 11 municipalities within the Ottawa-Carleton region, admitting approximately 7,000 stray animals each year.
Ottawa Therapy Dogs is a Registered Charitable Organization of volunteers promoting the physical, emotional and communicative well-being of persons by offering a mutually beneficial and safe interaction with our own companion animals.
The Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary rehabilitates injured, sick or orphaned wild mammals and returns them to the wild.
The Ottawa Duck Club is one of the largest and most active wildlife conservation organizations in the Ottawa Valley.
Founded in 1879, the Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club is the oldest natural history club in Canada. Over 1000 members have interests in all aspects of the natural world, from birding to botanizing, investigation to publication, conservation to cooperation.
WHC envisions a future where Canadians share a conservation ethic that recognizes the fundamental importance of wildlife habitats that are abundant, rich and support biodiversity, and that inspires the rest of the world.
The Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for animals in this country. Since the 1960s the Foundation, an independent watchdog organization, has been at the forefront of issues of humane care of animals in Canada.
Our focus:on behalf of the animal welfare we try to improve relations between animals and humans, to educate people to a higher level of understanding when it comes to any animal related issue.
The Bytown Association for Rescued Kanines (B.A.R.K.) is an all breed "no kill" rescue organization.
Our mission is to ensure the sustainability, credibility, and availability of Animal Assisted Support Services by supporting related charities and those they serve.
Our mission is to help pugs in need and, to the best of our ability, find them a "forever loving home" where they can rest their heads at night.