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Pets currently in our program for adoption 

(or will be )

COVID 19

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Rick

Rick is a 4-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 June 15


Husky X - 5 years old - Neutered Male

Kids: 12+

Cats: Unknown

Dogs: No Intact males or dominant males, unknown with small, best with passive dogs

Energy level: 6/10

  • Timid with "some" 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
  • Can be collar reactive
  • Loves to play ball
  • Quiet dog



Dakota

Updated June 15, 22

Dakota is still looking for a special home.

She is aprox 3 year old female spayed German Shepherd.

  • She is a very strong girl and energetic, she would do excellent in a rural home. 
  • No  apartments or condos
  • 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 good with large male dogs 
  • She is great once she has bonded. She is very loyal and likes to be with her person. 
  • When she is one on one with her person her energy level is medium but when she sees other dogs she will be high energy
  • She would do best with older children

Rona

Rona

Updated June 15, 22

Female -spayed

Lab xHound x

2 years of age

We recommend that you read about dogs from "hoarding situations" before considering this dog.

Would do best with another social dog in the home

Would do best with older children 

Would do excellent with someone who has lots of time to help socialize her

Requires 3x meet and greet appt before going in the home


When Rona came in she 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. 


She needs time to trust. She is 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. 

Spot

Miss Spot available for adoption.

She was very timid when she came in. She would hiss when we would try to make contact. She has slowly progressed but still requires som socialization work. She likes pets when you approach her slowly but any fast movement scares her. She is very afraid of new things.

Her sister Tabby has found an excellent home and her sister callie is looking for a home as well.

Like her sister she loves to play in her water. She dips her paw in her dish and licks her paw. Cats like this seem to love water fountains.

With past feral cats we still approach her slow, that way she doesn’t get frightened. We would suggest her to be in a home with older kids and she does well with other cats. She would require a slow introduction to a home and someone who will be patient.

Sometimes with timid cats a transition to a new home is very scary, they sometimes take a couple weeks to want to come near their new people. But it truly is rewarding seeing these cats flourish into their wonderful personalities.

We highly suggest she be adopted into a home with another social cat. She would do excellent with someone who has experience with ferals.

Spots date of birth 7/1/21

Spayed and up to date with shots

Adoption fee: $125

Callie

Miss Callie looking for a home!

This girl has come such a long way. She was very timid when she came in. She would hiss when we would try to make contact. She now likes to be pet and loves to play.

She loves to play in her water. She dips her paw in her dish and licks her paw. Cats like this seem to love water fountains.

With past feral cats we still approach her slow, that way she doesn’t get frightened. We would suggest her to be in a home with older kids and she does well with other cats. She would require a slow introduction to a home and someone who will be patient.

Sometimes with timid cats a transition to a new home is very scary, they sometimes take a couple weeks to want to come near their new people. But it truly is rewarding seeing these cats flourish into their wonderful personalities.

We highly suggest she be adopted into a home with another social cat

Callie’s date of birth 7/1/21

Spayed and up to date with shots

Adoption fee: $125

Bear

  • Updated June 15 2022
  • Young and energetic
  • Lab x Shepherd x
  • Male, neutered
  • Aprox 65 lbs
  • 18 Months Old
  • Under assessment with dogs and cats at this time
  • Would do excellent in an active home who can continue his obedience training


Tanner

  • Tanner is a sweet and goofy dog
  • Pyrenees x Golden Retriever x (large)
  • 18 Months Old- neutered
  • Under assessment with cats at this time
  • Requires further obedience training
  • Very strong
  • Requires an active home
  • Great with other dogs


Doc

Male, Terrier x, 35lbs, Approx 8months of age,neutered very energetic will need an active home.

Under assessment with dogs and cats!

Apple

2 Years of Age

Female, Spayed

Good with other cats

Litter trained

Under assessment with dogs

Loves attention

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. 

Mayham

My name is Mayhem.


 I need your help! I am a Labrador Retriever x Mastiff. I am bouncy and strong. I get along with some of the dogs I meet. (Not recommended with small dogs)

Unknown with cats, recommended with older children.

 

I need more socialization with an experienced owner.


I havent been a good eater while in the shelter and have lost some weight. All Heart cooks meals for me often just so I will eat. I would do better in a home or foster home even.


She would do best with a strong handler and someone who is active! 

She would do wonderful with someone who has a large yard or a rural property.

Ivy

Not yet available! Coming soon! More information will be added when she will be close to becoming available

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