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Louis McCann

Executive Director

Pets Can Stay Inc

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Pets Can Stay Inc

1027 Pandora Avenue

Victoria, British Columbia,V8V 3P6

Canada

Company Description

Pets Can Stay (PCS) is a nationally recognized organization involved in the marketing and certification of pet friendly travel hotels. Our primary mandate is to promote market and support pet friendly accommodations. We assist accommodation providers in the ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

PIJAC Canada


Director Cruelty Investigations Department

Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals


Affiliations

ORBIS

Board Member


Anima-Québec

Board Member


Canadian Council on Animal Care

Representative


International Pet Advisory Council

Founding Member


Education

Bachelor of Science

Agriculture

McGill University


Web References(67 Total References)


Pet Friendly Hotel: Louis McCann - Executive Director, Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC) of Canada in , - Pets Can Stay Inc.

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Louis McCann - Executive Director, Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC) of Canada
Louis McCann graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from McGill University with a major in wildlife resources management, and carries Executive management certificates from the McGill Management Institute, McGill University. Mr. McCann's career began with the Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in 1977, with which he would remain for thirteen years until 1990. During his time with the Society, Mr. McCann served in various capacities, first as Director of the Cruelty Investigations Department, where he was responsible for law enforcement, liaison with crown prosecutors and training of investigators at the provincial level. As Founder and Director of the Society's Wildlife Department, Mr. McCann was responsible for the care, handling and husbandry of all non cat and dog visitors to the shelter; inspections of pet stores, zoos, livestock brokers and dealers; and acting as a panel participant for the Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC), dealing with inspections of bio medical research facilities. Mr. McCann also served as the media spokesperson for all animal related matters of concern to the Society, as well as its representative in the area of municipal animal control. In 1991, Mr. McCann moved on to the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada, where he continues to serve as Executive Director. In this role, Mr. McCann's main objective is to represent all facets of the Canadian pet industry to the various levels of government (federal, provincial and municipal), in the capacity of spokesperson and negotiator. In this capacity, Mr. McCann also acts as liaison between the pet industry and various interest groups at the national and international levels, on all matters pertinent to the companion animal industry. Amongst his numerous accomplishments as PIJAC Canada's Executive Director, Mr. McCann was responsible for the development and implementation of the association's Certified Companion Animal Specialist Program and the Retail Store Certification Program. In addition to his achievements with PIJAC Canada, Mr. McCann was a Founding member of the International Pet Advisory Council and the National Companion Animal Coalition, and he sits on the Board of Anima-Québec, the organization responsible for the implementation of the province's animal protection legislation. Author: Pets Can Stay Inc. Louis McCann - Executive Director, Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC) of Canada August 6, 2014


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Louis McCann - Executive Director, Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC) of Canada


Cat dog sale ban decision delaye

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"It's disappointing," Louis McCann, executive director of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada, said Wednesday.
"We're not opposed to stores being regulated. But it should apply to all pet establishments. McCann said new regulations should also apply to the local humane society. McCann thinks city inspectors should make orders against pet shops and the humane society alike. "If you have an establishment that really does not want pet stores selling pets, and that establishment has the power to issue orders, and the pet stores need a licence to sell pets, what do you think is going to happen? McCann asked. "You would never see another scenario like this, where you put somebody who is in a position of competition to enforce laws with their competitor. It's ridiculous." McCann said the Windsor situation will be discussed, and a legal challenge considered, at the national board meeting of the association -- which represents almost 600 members -- Jan. 12 and 13 in Montreal.


Internet dog sales bite back

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For its part, the pet industry is changing its ways through training and by implementing standards of animal care, says Louis McCann, executive director of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada, a non-profit, voluntary body that speaks for the Canadian pet industry.
A survey by PIJACC in 2010 found most of its member retailers source their puppies from commercial or home breeders. What controls are in place to ensure they're from reputable breeders and not puppy mills? "The answer is not enough. We feel there are not enough controls in place," says McCann, formerly a director of cruelty investigations at the Montreal SPCA. "We provide advice and information on what (retailers) should look for from somebody offering to sell their dogs to them for resale. All we can do is recommend to them, to be honest. "But we find that more and more, because of public opinion, retailers realize that it's important to have that kind of strict review when they select their animals." McCann believes the one of the advantages of retail stores is that they're accountable and at fixed addresses.


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A weaker economy, especially in Western Canada, has also contributed to diminished sales of pet products, says Louis McCann, CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada.
Clothing and boots are highly dependent on weather but the health of the economy plays a more important role in purchasing decisions, he said.


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