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Pets currently in our program for adoption 

(or will be )

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Timber

 

Hound x - Neutered Male - 2 years old

Kids: Yes, He gets very excited when he see's people. Therefore he may jump up. We recommend he be around older children

Cats: Unknown

Dogs: Yes

Energy: Medium


Timbers Story

Timber came in with 6 other dogs. We called them the "Lost Dogs". They came from a hoarding situation. All dogs came in didn't seem to know what human contact was all about. Their nails 1.5 inches long, their toes splayed apart because of their nails, 40% of their bodies were covered in a skin fungus where they didn't have hair. They all had many bite wounds on them as well. 


These dogs take time to trust. They are considered a flight risk therefore require a secure fenced in yard. They have slowly learned what a leash is but still would rather run in the secure yard without it. He does best with a double leash when out of a fenced in yard. 


He is showing separation anxiety. He has so much love to give he doesn't like to be away from his people. He will become destructive. We recommend he be crated when left alone. 




Spike

Spike is a Shepherd, Husky/Collie.
Spike is just under 2 years of age

Neutered Male

  • He is a big goofball with lots of energy and puppy characteristics. 
  • He is good with other dogs, but really doesn't have a lot of experience when reading signs from other dogs. 
  • He loves to grab on the ends of gloves or fingers as a puppy plaything.
  •  For this reason, really small kids probably wouldn't be a good idea at this time because he is bouncy and rambunctious
  • Unknown at this time with cats
  • Spike is a sweetie!

Rick

Rick is a 3-year-old male dog that appears to be of a husky x shepherd mix. 

He was neutered late therefore does have some attitude toward male dogs.

 He is a good dog, but can occasionally be growly when corrected by a handler. 

He has not tried to bite but certainly is vocal.

He does not like cats. 

We are working on his behaviour. 

Once he trusts people he wants to please!

Rick was transferred in from a Quebec rescue.


Neutered

Kids: 12 yrs +

Cats: No

Dogs: No Small, No Intact or Dominant Males 

  • Would do excellent with someone who has experience with obedience training
  • Would do best in a home with few visitors 
  • Cautious with strangers 
  • Not recommended to live in an apartment building or condo
  • Loves to play ball

Hatchi

Updated July 10, 2021


Husky X - 3 years old - Neutered Male

Kids: 12+

Cats: Unknown

Dogs: No Intact males or dominant males, unknown with small

Energy level: 7/10

  • Timid with new people
  • Will take time to trust new people
  • Would do best in a home that does not have a lot of visitors
  • Would do excellent in a rural home



Dusty

2 Year Old, Husky x, Neutered Male


Kids: 10+

Cats: No

Dogs: Good with large non dominant dogs


  • Has had his right eye removed
  • Can be independent
  • Would require a strong owner
  • Requires someone who will continue with his obedience training
  • Does best with women, can be selective with men
  • LOVES to be outside, go on adventures
  • Can be protective of his owner, would do best in a quieter home
  • Can be vocal 
  • Still very puppy like
  • Can be guarded with new people requires a slow introduction

Archie


Lab x Chow - Neutered Male - 2 years old


Kids: as long as not too small may jump on them

Cats: Unkown

Dogs: Best with large female dogs

Small Dogs: unknown


  • Med + energy level
  • Can be vocal
  • Would do excellent with someone who can continue with his obedience training
  • Archie has come a very long way!!
  • He is a sweet boy :)
  • Would do well in an active home
  • House training 7/10

Dakota

Dakota is still looking for a special home.

She is aprox 18 months old female spayed German Shepherd.

She is a very strong girl and energetic, she would do excellent in a rural home. What we are saying is "leash walking only" home is not a good idea.

She can be vocal when people come and go.

She is house trained and crate trained.

She is NOT good with other animals and must be the only animal in the home.

Callie and Tabby

These girls can be timid with new people, they will hiss when someone approaches them too quickly. 

They would do best in a quiet home

They are 6 months of age

Spayed and up to date on shots

Whitney

2 years of age, spayed female, up to date on shots


Whitney has a big personality. Whitney can be very talkative and vocal.  She loves attention. 

Whitney is not good with other animals and would do best the only animal in the home. 

Animals Under Rehabilitation

Some of the dogs listed below are currently under rehabilitation. These dogs are not yet available for adoption or fostering. Some of these dogs may have come into our care due to possession aggression issues, fear aggression, who are feral or have bitten. Once these dogs are out of rehabilitation they will be added with our current animals for adoption. At this time we may not know if they are good with kids, cats or other dogs. 

Duff

  • Came into our care feral
  • Extreme flight risk
  • He has made friends with Shiloh since they are a lot alike!  
  • This boy has come a long way but still has some time before he will be available for adoption.
  • Seems to not like small dogs
  • Stay tuned for more updates! 

 Rona, Sherry and Rosie

All dogs came in didn't seem to know what human contact was all about. Their nails 1.5 inches long, their toes splayed apart because of their nails, 40% of their bodies were covered in a skin fungus where they didn't have hair. They all had many bite wounds on them as well. We took in six;  Timber, Rona, Sherry and Rosie are coming along slow but sure. Kimber has been adopted!


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 These dogs take time to trust. They are considered a flight risk therefore require a secure fenced in yard. They have slowly learned what a leash is but still would rather run in the secure yard without it. Rosie, Kimber and Timber seek affection the most. Sherry is coming along slower, she will want to come to you but will be shy. Rona is still quite unsure, she will require the longest rehabilitation. 

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