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Honey

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Copper

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Mya

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Moose

This super sweet little girl is a puppy mill survivor. Estimated to be between 5-7 years old she has had a tough little life so far living in squalor and being used as a breeding machine. We are so happy to have her in our care. Honey is a cross between a Chihuahua and a Pug. She is absolutely adorable and we are surprised at how quickly she has taken to people and how outgoing she is. Honey is looking to be the only pet at this time as she resource guards 

aggressively and will not share  food or toys with  dogs and cats. This will be worked on and will lessen in time but as of now we wish her to be the star of the family and will only consider adult households or homes with children 15 years old and up.This little girl is under 15 pounds and loves being on someone's lap or held. Honey makes the perfect companion and will make a family super lucky with her sweet personality and gentle spirit.

Why has Copper not been adopted yet? This super sweet boy is one of the sweetest souls ever and has captured all our hearts. We all love this silly guy from Texas and want the very best for him. Copper came from a high kill shelter in Houston Texas and joined our program at the beginning of the pandemic. Copper under went surgery for a torn cruciate ligament and was heartworm positive but was treated and is now a healthy boy with no surgeries or worries ahead of him. He loves strolls in his neighbourhood , meeting new people and snuggling on the couch. He has lots of personality and a great doggie sense of humour. We are looking for a family who will make him the star. Copper has doggie friends but would do best being the family dog. We are all hoping that this will be his year and that a family will be excited to add him as their new family member.

Mya is a super sweet girl who is a combination of breeds unknown equaling adorable! Mya has crazy big ears , the colouring of a Shepherd and the body frame of a sight hound but everyone seems to have their own take on her breed combination. This sweetheart once was a street dog in Turkey. She was brought to Canada by another rescue and ended up in our care. Mya is now a delightful canine citizen after spending board and training time with our positive enforcement style trainer that we use. She has further blossomed in the care of her foster parents and has lots of doggie friends and has become the star of her neighbour hood. Sweet and social this girl is beautiful with a heart to match.

When your chocolate Labrador Retriever is shy of 100 pounds and is tall he is a Moose! This big, bouncy Lab makes everyone smile with his antics. Less than a year old he has a zeal for life and loves to meet new people. Moose can be a little nervous at first in new situations. His foster Mom is working with him on leash skills and basic commands as well as being left alone through graduated leaving. At this time due to size he is not suitable for a home with children under 15 and we are looking for a family with breed experience. We will be receiving applications for Moose after January 21st as we wait for his upcoming neuter.

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Alice
RETIRED IN RESCUE

Alice is retired in our forever foster home program. She will remain with her amazing foster family where she will continue to live her best life.  Donations towards Alice's care are so appreciated. Alice says WOOF and gives a paws up.