Every dog’s story is different and their needs in a furever home vary. We work hard to ensure each adopter and dog is a perfect match that will last a long and loving lifetime.

Adoption Application


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Bailey – Currently not accepting applications Coming Soon
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Bailey – Currently not accepting applications

  • Breed: Retriever, lab, husky mix
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 2
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

Bailey is a northern dog who has just arrived in our rescue. We are learning more about him and will need to complete his medical vetting. He is currently not accepting applications.

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Belle Coming Soon
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  • Breed: GSD
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 2
  • Weight: 60 lbs
  • Needs:
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Milo Coming Soon
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  • Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 6
  • Weight: 2.4kg
  • Needs: tbd
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Angel Adoptable Now
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  • Breed: Shih Tzu
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 13
  • Weight: 11 lbs
  • Needs:

Imagine getting to your golden years and the family you have loved unconditionally decides you are too much trouble for them. This is what happened to sweet little Angel. She was dumped at a shelter at 13 years old, blind and deaf. Her family decided they didn’t want her anymore because she kept bumping into things and didn’t always make it outside to pee.

TEAM Dog Rescue is proud to welcome Angel to our rescue. When you welcome a dog into your family you are committing to be there for each other, no matter what. You commit to growing old together. Angel didn’t get that from her family, but we promise to make it up to her.

She came to us with significant medical issues which we are working through now. She has had a couple of masses removed and the wonderful news is that they were both benign. She’s also had a significant number of teeth removed and will soon be much more comfortable.

She may be a little dog but she is very sassy and is quick to let her people know what she is prepared to do and what she isn’t. She’s very set in her ways, and so she should be at her age! Her new family will need to be patient with the boundaries she sets for them at first and see where that goes over time. She’s not a lap dog and needs her own space but does like to feel the presence of people near her. She loves eating and sleeping and…. actually mainly just eating and sleeping. She’s indifferent to walks and happy with pee breaks.

We’d like to find her a quiet home for her retirement. No kids and no high energy dogs. Other pets may be OK if they leave her alone. Ideally no stairs – she can’t navigate on her own and it would be dangerous. And for the same reason she shouldn’t be given couch or bed privileges – she doesn’t understand she’s not on the ground and would fall off. She would love a quiet yard where she can sniff around and feel safe. The downtown streets are pretty overwhelming for this blind and deaf pup.

This little one is a fighter and she deserves a new family who will ensure she can live her final years peacefully and comfortably. If you would like to adopt Angel please click below to fill out the application form and Adoption Coordinator Jenni will be in touch.

Fill out an application for Angel!
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June Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Bluetick Coonhound x Beagle
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 10 weeks
  • Weight: 8lbs
  • Needs:

June is a rambunctious 10 week old puppy who will need a family who understands the Hound family. In addition to consistency and training a puppy requires her adoptive home will have to understand she may not ever be trusted off leash as hounds have a strong nose that they like to follow, which means their ears turn off. We are looking for a family in a house as they can be vocal. She would do well with another canine companion but no cats or small pets as she already has a strong prey drive.

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Elvis Adoptable Now
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  • Breed: Rottweiler
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 5
  • Weight: 115lbs
  • Needs:

Elvis is the definition of a typical charming Rottweiler with a touch of grumpy old man. He is calm as long as those around him are calm, and gets excited if his humans or dogs around him are. He loves his toys, almost too much but he is working on that.

We are looking for an adopter wth previous Rottweiler experience, who can create a calm mindset for Elvis to live in. He is working hard on his toy possession and is to the point where he will drop it on his terms. He can be with calm female dogs, however males create too much excitement for him. He does not do well with cats or other animals as he gets too excited about them. He loves to lean all his weight on you for bum scratches. Please submit an application to learn more about Elvis.

Fill out an application for Elvis!
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Lemon Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Chihuahua Mix
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 4 years
  • Weight: 10 lbs.
  • Needs: Requires medication 3 x daily for seizures

Lemon came to TEAM Dog Rescue recently through IFAW (Northern Dog Project).

As with most of our northern dogs, Lemon has been described by her foster mom as ‘PERFECT’! She loves her humans, gets along well with other dogs and doesn’t even mind friendly cats. She adores being with her people and one of her favourite things to do is to cuddle. She will want to sleep on your bed with you all night as she loves to be close. She also loves to walk and walk and walk. She’ll walk any time with anyone who will take her. She is known to give ‘the stare’ when she wants to go outside.

Because of her love for the outdoors, Lemon is best suited in a home environment with a fully fenced backyard. She should also be somewhere where her person/people are home for much of the day to give her lots of loving and attention since she thrives on that.

This angel does have a history of some seizures. She has been on medication and since that time she has not had any episodes. That doesn’t mean it will never happen again though so her new family should be prepared to manage that if the need arises. She requires her medication 3 x per day so someone needs to be available to administer this.

If you think you’d like a taste of the sweetest Lemon ever, please complete our adoption application.

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Lucy Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Boxer/lab cross
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 8
  • Weight: 52 lb
  • Needs: No dogs/cats/young children

Meet this lovely girl Lucy, who through no fault of her own, was surrendered after being with her family for seven and a half years. Lucy despite being 8 1/2 is still quite puppy like and loves her walks and bone. Lucy is very well behaved in the home, does not require a crate nor is she destructive She is very affectionate and loves being with her people, but initially shy when in new situations and somewhat wary. Lucy had previously been attacked by two larger dogs while in a dog park, so is nervous around dogs bigger than her, but this is very manageable. Lucy prefers much smaller dogs, and we feel, given this abrupt life change, she so deserves to be the only dog and the centre of her family’s life.
But her future looks very bright and she is now looking for her new family.
Lucy’s wish list:
*people home more than not
*retired couple or someone who works from home is best
*backyard space preferred
*no other animals in the home

If you feel you are a good candidate for Lucy’s forever home, please fill out an application. You won’t be disappointed and you are sure to enjoy her special snuggles and well earned affection.

Adoption Pending

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Loufi Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Bull terrier cross
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 8
  • Weight: 50 lbs
  • Needs: No young children

Are you looking for the perfect dog?
Then look no further!
Loufi, despite being almost 8, still has lots of energy and enjoys nothing more than playing with her ball or tug with some very tough toys.
Loufi is very affectionate, the perfect house guest, and has wonderful leash skills.
Surrendered recently to a local shelter, as her family was moving out of the country, she was a shelter favourite and we are thrilled to welcome her into our care. And she was everything they promised us-quiet and well behaved, great with other dogs, although submissive initially and eager to find her place with her new family.
Loufi is excellent in the car, rarely barks and is confident exploring new areas, meeting new people and embracing all life has to offer.
Previously living in an apartment, she is good in elevators, and now getting used to living in a home with a fenced yard-enjoying plenty of ball play!
Loufi’s needs:
-people willing to give her lots of love and attention
-two structured walks a day with additional bathroom breaks
-people who want a canine companion to be constantly by your side

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Jack Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 6.5 years
  • Weight: 72 pounds
  • Needs: An experienced dog handler, ideally with German Shepherd experience. No children under 12 years.

Jack is a 6.5 year old German Shepherd Dog, who came into the care of TEAM from a shelter in Montreal. The foster family realized quickly, Jack’s month stay in the shelter had been stressful for him. After a week, Jack started to show signs of relaxing, and the true characteristics of a German Shepherd.

Jack is a handsome dude, and a sweet boy. When the foster Mom has him out for walks, he is turning heads.

Jack needs to be in a furever home, where he is understood. Shepherds have many great qualities, such as loyalty, intelligence and gentleness, but it will be important for him to have a savvy dog owner, and ideally, someone with German Shepherd experience. Jack needs to be stimulated, and feeling like he has a job as he is a work alcoholic. He is super eager to please the foster parents, and hearing praise is what he wants, not treats. It will be important for the training to be a hobby and on going, to keep him active. Jack, being a German Shepherd, is more of a high maintence dog.

The ideal furever home for Jack could have children over the age of twelve. Jack is a nervous boy, and young children would put him on edge. At this time, it is felt Jack could have another dog in his furever home, but he needs to build confidence, first. The foster family is working on this, introducing him to other dogs. He is keen to meet them, but is unsure of how to socialize with them. At this time, we do not know if he would be okay with a cat. Due to social distancing, it will not be possible for us to cat test him.

Overall, Jack is a healthy boy. He arrived with an ear infection, skin issues and very thin. He has been on medications for the ear infection, and continues to be monitored. Jack is on a diet to put weight on. He can sit in an unusual way which may be due to degenerative bone disease. Regardless, he enjoys his walks, and being free on the end of a long leash.

Jack would love to be in a home where he is kept active and stimulated, and at the same time, enjoy cuddles. He will win you over quickly! Please consider opening up your home to Jack, if you feel you are the right person for him. He is keeping is paws crossed, he will be in his furever home soon.

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Jax Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Mixed Breed – Northern Dog
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 1 Year
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

Large Breed
No young children
New to the leash – requires training

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Sadie Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Shepherd/Malamute X
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 1 year
  • Weight: 60 lbs
  • Needs:

Helloooo Gorgeous!!!!

With her long legs and silvery blonde hair, this 1 year old girl is a total head turner! And, given that she is friendly and affectionate to everyone she meets, I guess you could say that her beauty is more than skin deep.

Her foster mom reports that Sadie is a 60 lb shadow who follows her everywhere. She loves her toys – both the chew kind and stuffed kind – and entertains herself by chewing on them until they’re in tatters. Once she’s done with that, she’ll come looking for a belly rub and then take herself off for a nap in her crate or on her dog bed.

Sadie loves to go for walks but her leash manners need a bit of work. The shelter she came from reports that she is dog friendly with medium and large dogs, but her foster mom reports that can be reactive towards them when on leash. Given her size, Sadie needs a strong handler with the experience and patience to work on her manners while walking. She might benefit from the company of another dog in her home, but small dogs and cats are not recommended.

Car rides are a pleasure with this sweet girl, and she is also reported to be well-behaved at the vet.

Puppy behaviours are still evident with Sadie and they can be challenging given her size and strength. When excited she will jump up and occassionally grab articles of clothing or the leash for a game of tug. Although she will grow out of these bad habits with time and some firm guidance, we feel that it is best that she be in a home without small children.

Sadie has exhibited some pain in her back leg and will have some arthroscopic investigation with one of our veterinary partners in the coming days. It is expected that she has issues with her cruciate ligament and will require surgical repair, which Team Dog will look after. Once she has recovered from surgery, she will be ready to head off to her forever home.

If you are looking for a big dog with movie-star looks (and have the patience to teach this big puppy some manners!), let us know by submitting an online application.

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Enzo Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Australian Cattle dog/husky
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 7 months
  • Weight: 60 lbs
  • Needs: Having surgery mid-May so will require a few weeks recovery in quiet home with no or very few steps

Big goofy pup, affectionate, puppy.
Recently arrived so still assessing behaviour

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Finley Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Terrier Mix
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 9
  • Weight: 20lbs
  • Needs: No Cats, No Children, No Large Dogs

Meet Finley!

Unfortunately at 8 years old Finley is looking for a new home. He is the cutest little guy weighing approximately 20lbs, but he can still be quite anxious and fearful of new people and situations. His current family is expecting soon and feel that their new lifestyle will make Finley anxious and unhappy. Finley’s back story is quite sad, he spent the first 3 years of his life as a chained dog in a northern community, being on a chain, he didn’t get the much need socialization a young dog needs to thrive, add on the possibility of getting mistreated could be why he is fearful of new people and situations.

In four years he has had the comforts of a home, and he loves his long walks, being outside, running in the snow, sitting next to his family on the couch, his toys and of course treats! He is definitely not a fan of loud or large vehicles (busses) or large dogs. He does ok with other small “not in his face” dogs.

Finley does well on his own while his humans are at work, he will sleep most of the day and uses this time to enjoy his own time listening to classical music.

At nighttime his favourite place to sleep is in his own bed but in his human’s room. He is not a fan of crates and does not need one.

He only barks when the doorbell rings or if he’s staring out the window and sees squirrels or people walking by but he settles pretty quickly.

Finley has bitten when he is anxious, or uncomfortable, our trainer says that he gives clear body signals when he is anxious but if they are missed he will bite, and for this reason, we are looking for a specific home where Finley can live out his senior years. Finley is looking for a child free quiet home, with experienced dog owners who will give him the space he needs when he needs it, a bonus would be a family which loves to walk and give him his outside time where he can enjoy his walks.

He is up to date on all his vaccines, he is healthy, neutered snd microchipped.

If you think you are that home we would love to hear from you!

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Augie Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Corgi X
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 3 yrs
  • Weight: 23 lbs
  • Needs:

You may have seen little Augie on our adoptable dogs page earlier this year, but he was not adopted out at that time due to his medical needs. All of that has now been resolved and Augie is ready to resume the hunt for his perfect forever home!

Originally a Northern Dog, Augie came to us from a Quebec shelter where it was discovered that he had a diaphragmatic hernia. Though he was showing no signs or symptoms, our veterinary partners advised that it is best to repair the problem while he is young and healthy. After a long delay due to Covid19, Augie finally had his very complicated surgery and came through it with flying colours! He is now in the process of recovering and will be ready for his forever home in 2-3 weeks. The hernia has been completely repaired and there are no lingering risks.

Estimated at 3 years old, Augie is still very playful and full of beans. Like all young dogs, he has a few puppy behaviours that he is learning to curb. One of those is using his mouth when he gets playful, which is why we are not recommending him for a home with young children. He has made tremendous progress with this behaviour over the three months he has been in foster care and we are sure that it will disappear with consistent training.

Despite a few puppy-energy episodes each day, Augie is not a high-energy dog and is generally calm and well mannered. He greets people and dogs politely and doesn’t bark when people come to the door. He loves his walks (the longer the better!) and also loves to lie outside in the sunshine. He is quite an independent little guy and does not feel the need to be your shadow, but he still loves to engage, have an little snuggle (particularly in the evening) and be around his people.

There are several dogs in Augie’s foster home. He has been playful and respectful of the other dogs, but can be a little annoying to them when he wants to play. He would be a fantastic pal for another young and playful dog, but would probably irritate a senior dog. We don’t know how he is with cats, but suspect he would easily learn the ropes.

Augie’s leash skills are not awful, but could become perfect with a bit of positive reinforcement. His foster mom hasn’t really been able to work on this because she has been walking him with several other dogs.

When your mode of transportation is the car, Augie is already the perfect travel companion and rides quietly in the back seat.

Augie would be the perfect companion for a single person who can spend a lot of time with him, either because they work at home, or because he can go to work with them. He would do well with an acitve couple, or a family with older children. No matter what form his family takes, the main requirement is that they include Augie in their lives, as he is a well-behaved boy who would prefer to be out and about than loafing around the house. He is interested in the world and the people around him and is eager to experience new people, places and activities.

If you are looking for the perfect sidekick, please submit an online application through our website.

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Oreo Adoption Pending
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  • Breed: Border Collie Mix
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 1 year old
  • Weight: 48 lbs
  • Needs: No cats or small animals

Hi Everyone!

My name is Oreo and I’m a gorgeous 1 year old Border Collie mix from northern Quebec! Im sure I got my name because everyone seems to love me as much as Oreo cookies and of course my beautiful colouring too.

I’m a very thankful girl because I was rescued by a wonderful group called IFAW and am now part of TEAM Dog Rescue, eagerly waiting for my new family. All of these nice people also rescued my puppy and they are now safe with the rescue as well.

I am a typical young dog that requires lots of attention, exercise and guidance to become a great adult dog. I also have some typical Border Collie traits and am very smart, love stimulation and being outdoors. Who doesn’t love to be outside? I really enjoy spending time with other dogs. I currently have a canine foster sibling and it’s been great. I’m so used to being around other dogs that it’s making me feel at home and also keeping me busy!

I love people! I’m very friendly when going on walks and inside my foster home but I was with a foster family for a few days when I first joined the rescue that had 3 young children and that was a bit much for me. It made me anxious, so I’d prefer a quieter home with older children. I even do well around horses, if you happen to have any? They are quite large and we’re a little intimidating at first but I have learned that we can be friends.

Although I have never spent much time on a leash during my previous life, I’m doing really well. My foster mom is very impressed and would love a family that can continue to teach me all my manners.

I am looking for a family that will spend lots of time outdoors, can provide a calm home environment but also lots of exercise and stimulation. I promise I will provide you with lots of love and will be the best loyal companion!

Recently Adopted Dogs

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Yasmine Recently Adopted
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  • Breed: Chihuahua
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 1
  • Weight: 3.9kg
  • Needs:

Yasmine is a 1yr old Chihuahua who was found as a stray and not claimed. If you are looking for a great companion dog, this is your girl. Yasmine loves all people, but does not appear to like other dogs. She is happiest hanging with her humans and will shower you with cuddles and kisses. Yasmine is healthy, but has a luxating patella. This is a common condition for her breed and is generally treated with joint support. Yasmine is looking for a home where she will be the only pet in the home, and her humans are home more than not.

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Gwen Recently Adopted
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  • Breed: Chihuahua X
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 4 years
  • Weight: 4 kg
  • Needs:

When tiny Gwen was brought into a shelter as a stray, it was clear that she had recently had puppies. It was also clear that this little girl had lived a life that had exposed her to very little, and left her afraid of many of the everyday things that other dogs take for granted.

Luckily, Gwen is not afraid of people. Although a little cautious around new people at first, she warms up quickly and will let herself be picked up and petted. She cannot yet be described as “cuddly” because she’s still learning how to behave around her two-legged roomate, but her foster mom feels that she will definitely get there. Her tail wags more and more every day and she seeks out gentle pets on her head and tummy.

But all of that tail wagging happens INSIDE, where she’s alone with someone she trusts.

Outside is a terrifying place for Gwen. Grass freaked her out the first time she walked on it. People walking on crowded sidewalks, fast moving cars and buses and, worst of all, construction equipment, are all overwhelming for her at this early stage of her new life. We have learned already that she needs a place where she can take the world in slowly.

Gwen’s perfect home would be in a quiet neighbourhood where she can go outside without being immediatly barraged with action and sound. She doesn’t need a lot of space inside or out, but it needs to be calm and predictable if Gwen is to thrive. Elevators are very scary for her, so her home would need to be near ground level.

In terms of her family, we think that Gwen would prefer a single person or couple who are home more often than not. And maybe a dog… Because who better to show her that the world is not such a scary place than one of her own?

If you have the right home, and the patience to let this little girl find her feet, please let us know by submitting an application.

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Dolly Recently Adopted
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  • Breed: Collie/shepherd cross
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 4
  • Weight: 52 lbs
  • Needs: No cats as she has a high prey drive, no young children as she is startled by quick movements

This lovely girl came to us from a eastern Ontario shelter, where she was found as a stray. Having recently given birth, it was assumed she was a dumped dog, as no one came forward to claim her. Estimated to be about 4 years of age, Dolly will soon be spayed and up to date on vaccines.
Dolly is just that, a doll. An incredibly easy dog in the home, well behaved and house trained. Not a fan of the crate, she will however, sleep anywhere a dog bed or blanket is put down for her.
Initially Dolly followed her foster mom everywhere, even lying at her feet while she worked from home. Now that Dolly is settling well, she is now confident staying on her own while her family moves around her. Her foster family is working hard on her leash training, as she can be a bit of a puller, and she is making progress. Her new family must be committed to continuing this training.
Dolly is indifferent to other dogs, has no interest in playing, does and respects the required sniff, but just wants to continue on her way. Dolly does need an active family as she is currently getting 4-6 walks a day often for kilometres, and sometimes it includes a run. She thrives on being outside and thoroughly enjoys these long walks/run. Dolly loves her people and is accepting of affection but reserved in giving it. Likely time and patience will reward her new family with affection, and this will be well worth the wait. Dolly would do best in a family with older children, likely teens, as she can easily be disturbed by unexpected movements and appears hesitant when encountering them.
Dolly is eagerly looking for her forever family!
Could it be you?

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Taz Recently Adopted
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  • Breed: Boxer/Mastiff X
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 3 years
  • Weight: 65lbs
  • Needs: Adult only home, Pet free home, ongoing Leash Training

Hi my name is Taz!

Im only about 3 years old but somehow i ended up in something called a shelter for almost 16 months! The people there were so nice but i really wanted to find a home where i can have my own hoomans. TEAM was looking for a family that could take care of me and they promised to find me a family of my own.

So here i am, im ready to find them now, my foster family has been so so nice and they are teaching me sooo many things! Im doing my best i do need to work on a few things but they said im a very obedient boy, im not quite sure what that means but i do know that they are happy with me.

I get my food two times a day, i never gave accidents in the house and if my foster family goes out i wait patiently for them to come home, and i dont need to be in a crate! I get sooo excited when my foster dad comes home and i always like to be close to him, I follow him from room to room. If my foster dad is not home i hang out with the other hoomans and wait till my foster daddy comes home.

I love go play tug of war with my rope toy as well as “catch me if you can” with a ball /stick in my mouth. If my foster dad asks I will give him my toy.

I take treats EXTREMELY gently and i try so so hard to please and my foster family is so happy to have me.

My favourite things are car rides, snd belly rubs.

Sometimes i just get too excited and i use my paws to get attention and sometimes i just cant help it and will also mouth while playing especially when i get excited. Im trying to remember not to do this but my foster family says i still have a few things to learn.

When im outside I LOVE to smell anything and everything but Im good and will not pick up items that are not given to me.

I still do need training when I am outside or not at home, because sometimes when i see dogs and new people i will pull hard and lunge towards them, i don’t mean to, but i don’t know what to do so i don’t always react appropriately because I am nervous and unsure of new things. My foster dad is doing his best to reassure me, and I am getting better but my new family will need to commit to continue to help me work on my confidence and maybe even get a trainer to help me learn that the world is not too too scary.

I LOVE my walks and discovering the world, and If there are no dogs or people I am
pretty good on my walks and okay on a leash but sometimes i try so hard to just run!

My perfect family will have a very structured and calm life and will not be afraid when i get too excited or reactive. My family will need to be confident and strong and be able to manage my strength and if they have experience with unsure dogs like me that will be a big bonus! I really just want to be a good boy. I just never had
the chance to be a puppy and learn so i can still be
high energy so i will definitely need my walks some mental training and playtime. I would really prefer a backyard, condos and the city are too busy for me. Im good when alone but please dont leave me too long i just want to have lots of time with my family.

If you think im handsome and think you could be my family please email jackie my adoption coordinator at team she is going to help me find my perfect family.

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Little Miss Recently Adopted
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Little Miss

  • Breed: Lab Mix
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 1 1/2 Years
  • Weight: 66 lbs.
  • Needs:

Black Beauty

With her sleek and silky fur, this beauty can stop anyone on the street!

This girl is a 1 ½ year old big puppy that came to us with no previous training or manners. She is a quick learner though and with the help of her foster family and a trainer, she is learning how to be much more appropriate. She will need continued training and positive reinforcement to help her become her best self.

She loves people and has been known to jump all over everyone when she gets excited. This is something that will also need continued work as she doesn’t realize her own size or strength. She can also be nippy and a bit mouthy when she’s overly excited or doesn’t get enough stimulation. Lots of daily exercise, both physically and mentally are the key to keeping this girl content. She walks beautifully on a Halti both individually and in a pack and would excel in a home with another dog as she loves any and all canine friends.

We are looking for an experienced adopter with a calm environment; one with no small animals, including cats, and one with no children under 12 years of age.

If you think you could give this beauty a loving home and continue to show her the ropes, she will be forever indebted.

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Otis Recently Adopted
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  • Breed: Rottweiler Mix
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 2 years
  • Weight: 72 lbs
  • Needs:

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