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.

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Adoptables

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Myla Adoptable Now
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Myla

  • Breed: Lab mix
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 9 months
  • Weight:
  • Needs: At least one other dog, fine with cats, quieter home (adult only or older kids)

Meet Myla – a beautiful, lab mix pup. She is estimated to be around 9 months of age, she is healthy, spayed and up-to-date on her shots.

Myla was surrendered to a shelter after being reported as a “found dog” by the people who actually were her family. She was then transferred to our rescue as she felt very fearful in a shelter environment.

At such a young age, Myla has faced some trauma such as being left by the people she considered her family, spending a few days in a shelter which can be very stressful for some dogs even though the shelter staff is amazing. For these reasons, she is fearful around new people which manifests as barking, ducking, and hiding behind people she might feel more comfortable around. A calm, gentle approach along with treats can win her over quickly though. However, her true personality shines when when she is around dogs. She is an active, playful and affectionate pup who can play almost endlessly with her doggy friends. Although she has not lived with cats, she was tested with them and did not show much interest which indicates that she will likely be fine with sharing her home with cats.

Myla absolutely LOVES dogs and is much more confident when she is around them. For this reason, we are looking for a home where she will have canine siblings so she can gain some confidence.

Myla is looking for a home that meets the following requirements:
– Has at least one dog
– Quiet home, with not too many visitors
– Preferably an adult-only home. However, teenaged children or older who understand Myla’s needs around meeting new people will be okay.

We invite you to complete an online adoption application if you are interested in adopting Myla.

Fill out an application for Myla!
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Dexter Adoptable Now
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Dexter

  • Breed: Husky
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 2 years
  • Weight: 50 lbs
  • Needs: Good with dogs and cats

Oh Husky lovers….come hither.

We have a gem for you.

This 2 year old boy was flown down to a local shelter all the way from Nunavut, where unfortunately he spent the first 2 years being a chained dog with very little freedoms. Thankfully he was rescued and brought to Ontario due to overcrowding for his second chance at life.

He in a foster home where he is thoroughly enjoying the company of his 2 foster Husky sisters, obeying the demands of the 5 pound Yorkshire Terrier alpha of the household, and is truly fascinated by the cat. He is learning what it means to be in a home and is a quick study.

Freedom, looks good on him.

He is wonderful and once you get to know him, you too will agree.

Please welcome, Dexter, to our rescue.

Fill out an application for Dexter!
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Tobey Adoptable Now
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Tobey

  • Breed: Pomeranian
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 12 years
  • Weight: 12 lb
  • Needs:

Hello, my name is Tobey. I am a 12 year old Pomeranian that has recently found myself in need of a retirement home.

Let me tell you a little about myself.
Not too long ago I found myself in a shelter in Montreal. Like many senior dogs, it was quickly identified that shelter life was not for me and TEAM stepped in and rescued me at the shelter’s request. I have been living with my foster family for some time now while the folks at TEAM worked hard on solving my medical issues. I have had numerous tests and even a dental surgery since coming into their care. I won’t say that I’m in tip top health but i’m a million miles away from the condition they found me in. Most of my medical issues have now been resolved, TEAM has financially invested $2633 into my well being so I can be adoption ready.

I am told however, that I may require a special longterm renal diet as you see it was discovered that I have some kidney issues. This will need to be managed for the rest of my life by my new family.

Enough about my health lets talk about my sparkling personality!

I’ve had a bit of a tough time settling in with my foster family. I never really had much attention paid to me in my previous home so I’m finding it all a little overwhelming. I’m not used having people who care about me and as a result I’m a little unsure what of to do when someone pets me. I am working on this and if you allow me the time I’m sure i’ll get the hang of it. That being said I will instigate interaction every now and again when I am brave, I am slowly getting used to a gentle hand and realizing humans arent so bad afterall. This does mean that I am looking for a quiet home (no children) to spend the rest of my days. One that will allow me to just be me and accept me for who I am. Couches and cuddling are not for me.
Patience, understanding, companionship and tolerance are the qualities I’m seeking in my new family.

Please contact my adoption coordinator, Fiona, at adopt@teamdogrescue.ca to learn more.

Thank you!

Love,

Tobey

Fill out an application for Tobey!
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Tara Adoptable Now
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Tara

  • Breed: German Shepherd
  • Gender:
  • Age: 1 year
  • Weight: 60 lbs
  • Needs: Another dog in the home, older children or adult-only home

Looking for a beautiful sweet girl to join your pack? Well look no further. Tara had an unfortunate start in life as she came from a hoarding situation, but her future is looking so much brighter now.

At just a year old, Tara has lots of catching up to do. However, she is initially hesitant, but eager to learn, to trust and will bond intensely, given her shepherd background. Tara is being fostered with several other dogs, has learned to play and thoroughly enjoys canine company. Once she trusts, she will shower you with kisses, and snuggle happily with you. There have been so many changes in her short life, so Tara will take some time to settle and be comfortable, but well worth the wait, because then she will be yours forever.
Her ideal home-one with another confident dog to help Tara gain confidence and a fenced yard is a must as she will be a flight risk initially. Children, if any, should be older and dog savvy.

This sounds like a tall order, but rest assured, Tara is a sweet girl and will be an asset to her new family. Given her rough start, lack of socialization early on, she is making up for lost time and eager to learn and grow with a confident owner who can see how willing she is to take this big step into a brighter future.

Fill out an application for Tara!
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Casper Adoptable Now
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Casper

  • Breed: Bulldog Beagle X
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 1 year
  • Weight: 40 lbs
  • Needs:

Let me introduce Casper to you!
He is a petite 13 month old Rottie/beagle cross who weighs in at 40 lbs, and is just a bundle of joy!

Although not the white ghost you are familiar with, this boy so deserves a close look!

Have you ever seen such a lovely smile?
And Happy is what he should be called because that is what he is-the perfect tail wagging epitome of happiness!

He adores everyone he meets.

Although initially reserved, it takes him just a nanosecond to warm up.
Casper loves kids of all ages, dogs of all shapes and sizes and is ready to play with anyone!
A perfect house guest, non destructive, although crate trained when left alone for short periods.
Casper would love to be attached to his people-walking, sleeping, watching TV, anything you are doing, he is in.
A perfect partner!

Initially showing signs of resource guarding, his foster mom has Casper to the point of leaving his canine sister’s food alone and letting his foster mom remove high value items. However, this might need continued reinforcement in a new environment, so his adoptive family should commit to work on this.

Casper adores his female lab cross sister and is adjusting better to car rides.
His foster mom works at a barn and he is fine with all the horses and is getting comfortable being left in a stall if mom is busy. He will whine if left in the crate for long, but is non destructive if left free, as long as he has the companionship of his canine foster sister.

Casper is the dog everyone wants!
Loves people, other dogs and just wants to be part of the action.
We recommend that any potential family benefit from further training as this helps with the bonding process with any new canine companion.

Casper is so eager for his new family to join him on all his adventures!
Could this be you?

Fill out an application for Casper!
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Goldie Adoptable Now
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Goldie

  • Breed: Golden Retriever
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 8
  • Weight: 22 kg
  • Needs: Good with dogs and children

Hello, my name is Goldie, and I am golden! I am a senior Golden Retriever, not sure of my age as I came to the great people at TEAM as a stray. They say I am a senior, so 8 years plus, but you would never know it.

My wonderful foster Mum says I am “such a good girl”. All I really want is love, pets, and cuddles! I am low maintenance, fully house trained, walk nicely on leash, and know the sit command. I am not interested in toys, but love the treats. You can leave me on my own, and loose in the home, and I will not be destructive. Of course, I would prefer to be your shadow, follow you around, to make sure I do not miss out on a cuddle or pet! I am one chilled, docile, independent lady!

I am good with other dogs, and dog savvy children. I love my foster sis, and I give her lots of kisses. I would enjoy having another dog or children in the home. It is important the children are dog savvy.

I am a low to medium energy dog, who enjoys going for walks. While walking, I have a cute spring in my step. One fault I have, but only one, is when I meet people or other dogs, I am just so keen to greet them. I am working as hard as I can, to meet dogs and people politely. I would enjoy being part of your family, and going through the day with you.

That sums it up for me! Pretty good eh! I hope to worm my way into your heart! I know you will not regret it.

Bye for now!

Fill out an application for Goldie!
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Robin Adoptable Now
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Robin

  • Breed: Husky mix (small)
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 6
  • Weight:
  • Needs: Good with dogs, cats & kids.

NORTHERN INTRODUCTIONS: if you are a Northern Dog fan best you visit our page often over the next few days as we have some wonderful souls who have joined us through the IFAW Northern Dog Project.

This 6 year old girl is a Husky trapped in a Corgi’s body.

Well we are kidding… although not really. She is small and a delight and everyone that meets her is smitten as she is gentle and precious and craves attention and love.

She gets along with anything that has a pulse and that would include other dogs both big and small and cats and kids.

She has had 6 years to perfect her incredible temperament and demeanour and is going to be a spectacular addition to a family.

Sheer perfection.

Please welcome, Robin, to our rescue.

Fill out an application for Robin!
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Pecan Adoptable Now
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Pecan

  • Breed: Terrier X
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 8 years
  • Weight: 7 kg
  • Needs: TBD

We’re delighted to introduce you to the absolutely scrumptious Pecan. We think Miss. Pecan is around 8 years old. She came to us as a stray with a big bag of nerves and an uncomfortable hernia—both of which have been resolved. She has also had some dental done and now has a clean bill of health.

Much like all our dogs, Pecan is looking for her perfect home. Except with Pecan, she really is the one who will choose. She’s proved herself to be very selective with her people—some she warms to instantly, including both of her fosters who adore her, but she can take a pretty quick dislike to others, whether they are strangers walking past, people she meets in her condo halls or guests of her fosters. To us, it seems indiscriminate, but to her there will be a good reason.

With this in mind, we’re looking for a quiet home for Pecan with a family who will respect her social struggles and know how to manage it. We think she’d be best not in a condo. No kids and no other dogs please. Cats are OK, maybe even preferable! She loves her walks, she loves being outside just sniffing the air and smelling the flowers. Four short walks a day is suiting her quite well at the moment. She has excellent leash manners, no pulling or chasing. She loves to hang out with her special people and will be loyal to the end.

She’s a good sleeper, a slow and steady eater, a bit of a barker, and an epic snuggler. Lil miss sassy pants will be the most wonderful companion for the right person or people. If you too enjoy a low key, laid back life with lots of fun and laughter, this gorgeous girl is for you.

Fill out an application for Pecan!
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Alaska Adoptable Now
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Alaska

  • Breed: Husky
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 3 years
  • Weight:
  • Needs: No cats/small pets, okay with older kids, needs a family who understands a husky’s needs

The Goofball

Meet Alaska (aka Ali) – a 3-year old, male husky. Alaska is one of the Northern dogs that we recently welcomed to TEAM. Prior to arriving in our rescue, he spent a majority of his life outside tied to a chain and constantly being hungry. But did that break his spirit? Not even a little!

This is the goofiest of huskies you’ll ever meet. Alaska constantly seeks attention from his humans and can be a bit overbearing about it. Do you have other pets that you like to pat once in a while? Forget it with Alaska around because he will monopolize all the snuggles! Once he has been neutered, he will calm down a little and be more willing to share the love equally with his canine siblings (if any).

Alaska is a typical husky in many ways – stubborn, full of energy, gentle and affectionate. He is a super fun dog who will keep his family on their feet. He is highly food motivated, eager to please and is a very smart dog. Given his history of constantly being hungry, he is very protective about food and has shown some resource guarding.

Although he is a very handsome dog, and huskies tend to attract a lot of interest, please note the following extremely important criteria that we will be considering for a suitable home for him:
– Husky savvy: familiarity with the breed, or with working breeds in general, will be awesome to have
– Very active family: Alaska has a lot of energy and is the type of dog that loves to go on multiple walks daily, be a running/jogging/cycling/skateboarding partner, go on hikes, participate in agility or do any of the other fun activities that require being on one’s feet
– Willing to train: Alaska displays some resource guarding and needs to learn some manners to greet people and dogs politely so willingness to train him is important.
– No small kids in the house (under 13 years): His high energy combined with resource guarding does not make him suitable for a home with small kids.
– Fenced-in backyard: a place for him to run around will be amazing!
– NO CATS OR SMALL PETS – Although he has not been cat-tested, he displays a high prey drive and will likely chase cats or other small pets in the house.

Fill out an application for Alaska!
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White Foot Adoptable Now
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White Foot

  • Breed: Husky X
  • Gender: Male
  • Age:
  • Weight: 45lb
  • Needs: Good with dogs, good with kids

My name is Whitefoot and I come from way up north. The IFAW Northern Dog Project found me and wanted to make sure I had the best chance of being safe, healthy and a happy dog so here I am with TEAM Dog Rescue. While in foster care, I have been able to show my amazing foster and the kids, did I mention I love kids, that I am a stellar dog. An absolute gem. Seriously, I’m not making this stuff up. I’m not fearful of people, kids, dogs, any thing really. Very balanced. I’ve thought a lot about this and I really, really, really want to become a family member to a busy, active home with kids. I’m good with other dogs but kids are my absolute favorite. If you have an active family and want to add a amazing northern dog to your family, please contact my adoption coordinator Kathy.

Fill out an application for White Foot!
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Lea Adoptable Now
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Lea

  • Breed: Shih Tzu
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 10 years
  • Weight: 15 lb
  • Needs: Good with dogs

Beautiful Lea made her way to us from a shelter in Montreal where she would have been on the adoption floor had she not required some medical attention first.

At 10 years old this superb little ShiTzu has a mammary mass and was in need of a dental for infected teeth. We have stellar news to report, the mass was removed and is infact benign. Her dental is taking place today and she is going to feel like a million bucks.

Our communities investment into Lea’s well being is well over $1000 at this point, but she deserves to find her utopia with a family that will spoil her with attention and affection. She is delightful and exceptionally sweet. Always craving her people and enjoys the company of other animals.

Lea can be yours, and you would be the luckiest of dog owners to have her, she is the perfect companion and the ideal little girl to spoil.

Please contact her adoption coordinator, Rennie, at adopt@teamdogrescue.ca to learn more on how to adopt the most delightful and kindest soul you will know.

Adoption applications can be found here: http://teamdogrescue.ca/you-can-help/…/adoption-application/

Fill out an application for Lea!
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May Adoptable Now
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May

  • Breed: Husky
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 8 weeks
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

Triplets joined us through the IFAW Northern Dog Project, all females and 8 weeks of age.

We are presently accepting applications for them.

Now.
If you are only looking to adopt a puppy? Because their cute and you always wanted one?
These puppies are not for you.
Why?
Because they will be puppies for a short time.
However, they will be full grown Huskies throughout their lifetime so you need to have an understanding of the breed before deciding to welcome one into your home.

Huskies are not a dog for everyone. Many people are drawn to them based on their majestic appearance, and hearing how well mannered they are with children. But what must also be considered is that they are generally extremely active dogs and instinctually love to run. Anyone can own a Husky but providing them with the exercise they need to keep them mentally and physically stimulated is critical. They are very intelligent dogs and love to be challenged.

Huskies are generally not what we consider apartment or condo dogs out of the gate due to their high exercise needs and the fact that they howl vs barks. We are looking for families who will be committed to their Husky as much as they are committed to their children. Where obedience training, just for socialization and learning the rules of engagement on how to be a stellar adult dog will be a given instead of a chore.

Why?

Huskies are one of the most frequently surrendered breeds to shelters because nobody took the time to invest in their training, they are amazing dogs, when, in amazing hands.
They are greatly misunderstood when not.

Scared you?
Don’t be.
We want the best for these gorgeous girls and the best they shall have.

If your family have been looking for a Husky, please contact, Nicole and Fiona, their Adoption Coordinators, at adopt@teamdogrescue.ca
We will be announcing when we are closing applications.

Please make your way to our website here to learn more about our adoption process and fill out an application: http://teamdogrescue.ca/you-can-help/adopt/

Fill out an application for May!
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Joe Coming Soon
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Joe

  • Breed: Shih tsu
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 15
  • Weight:
  • Needs: TBD

We are still getting to know this sweet senior boy. Please check back for more updates soon!

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Daisy Coming Soon
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Daisy

  • Breed: Boxer Mix
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 12 years
  • Weight: 50 lbs
  • Needs:

We are still getting to know this sweet senior girl, please check back for more updates soon.

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Muppy

  • Breed: Yorkie Mix
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 7 years
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

We are still getting to know this little girl, please check back for more updates soon

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Ren Coming Soon
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Ren

  • Breed: Shih tsu
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 8 years
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

We are still getting to know this sweet boy and dealing with his immediate medical needs. Please check back for more updates soon.

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Sheldon Coming Soon
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Sheldon

  • Breed: Shih tsu
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 12 years
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

We are still getting to know this sweet senior boy and tending to his immediate medical needs. Please check back for more updates soon!


Recently Adopted Dogs

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Bentley Recently Adopted
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Bentley

  • Breed: Lhasa Apso / Shih Tzu
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 6 years
  • Weight: 20 lb
  • Needs: Good with dogs and children

My name is Bentley and I have had quite the journey and story to tell. My family decided to leave me with a friend, promising me that they would see me soon. Well I am not sure how long soon is, but the next thing I knew, I was at the shelter, being poked and prodded, as I was sick and left in isolation with this thing called kennel cough. Lots of people coming and going and so many other dogs! Then suddenly, I was picked up by a lovely lady, who promised me lots of love, good food and a real home. And you know what? She has kept her word. She and her family spend lots of time with me, giving me lots of wonderful belly rubs, gave me a bath, sent me for a major haircut-I am loving this new place and all this attention.
I even have a foster sister, who I try to play with, but she is not interested in getting to know me, no matter how hard I try. And there is a another thing they love even more than me, a baby! He is just a bit bigger than me and also smells great and wants to touch me all the time, so I let him.
I am doing my best to show them how good a dog I can be. I bark as soon as I see someone come close to the house. I love to sit in the window and watch everything, so if anyone even comes close, I bark to warn my family. I am eager to meet other dogs and like to go for short walks. And I just love going for car rides! In fact, I just love doing everything with my family, sharing the couch, following them around and I could never have imagined a life this good!

Despite approaching middle age, I am embracing my new life and can not wait for what my foster mom promises is coming soon-house, a family to love, to protect and to share my space with.

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April Recently Adopted
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April

  • Breed: Husky
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 8 weeks
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

Triplets joined us through the IFAW Northern Dog Project, all females and 8 weeks of age.

We are presently accepting applications for them.

Now.
If you are only looking to adopt a puppy? Because their cute and you always wanted one?
These puppies are not for you.
Why?
Because they will be puppies for a short time.
However, they will be full grown Huskies throughout their lifetime so you need to have an understanding of the breed before deciding to welcome one into your home.

Huskies are not a dog for everyone. Many people are drawn to them based on their majestic appearance, and hearing how well mannered they are with children. But what must also be considered is that they are generally extremely active dogs and instinctually love to run. Anyone can own a Husky but providing them with the exercise they need to keep them mentally and physically stimulated is critical. They are very intelligent dogs and love to be challenged.

Huskies are generally not what we consider apartment or condo dogs out of the gate due to their high exercise needs and the fact that they howl vs barks. We are looking for families who will be committed to their Husky as much as they are committed to their children. Where obedience training, just for socialization and learning the rules of engagement on how to be a stellar adult dog will be a given instead of a chore.

Why?

Huskies are one of the most frequently surrendered breeds to shelters because nobody took the time to invest in their training, they are amazing dogs, when, in amazing hands.
They are greatly misunderstood when not.

Scared you?
Don’t be.
We want the best for these gorgeous girls and the best they shall have.

If your family have been looking for a Husky, please contact, Nicole and Fiona, their Adoption Coordinators, at adopt@teamdogrescue.ca
We will be announcing when we are closing applications.

Please make your way to our website here to learn more about our adoption process and fill out an application: http://teamdogrescue.ca/you-can-help/adopt/

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June Recently Adopted
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June

  • Breed: Husky
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 8 weeks
  • Weight:
  • Needs:

Triplets joined us through the IFAW Northern Dog Project, all females and 8 weeks of age.

We are presently accepting applications for them.

Now.
If you are only looking to adopt a puppy? Because their cute and you always wanted one?
These puppies are not for you.
Why?
Because they will be puppies for a short time.
However, they will be full grown Huskies throughout their lifetime so you need to have an understanding of the breed before deciding to welcome one into your home.

Huskies are not a dog for everyone. Many people are drawn to them based on their majestic appearance, and hearing how well mannered they are with children. But what must also be considered is that they are generally extremely active dogs and instinctually love to run. Anyone can own a Husky but providing them with the exercise they need to keep them mentally and physically stimulated is critical. They are very intelligent dogs and love to be challenged.

Huskies are generally not what we consider apartment or condo dogs out of the gate due to their high exercise needs and the fact that they howl vs barks. We are looking for families who will be committed to their Husky as much as they are committed to their children. Where obedience training, just for socialization and learning the rules of engagement on how to be a stellar adult dog will be a given instead of a chore.

Why?

Huskies are one of the most frequently surrendered breeds to shelters because nobody took the time to invest in their training, they are amazing dogs, when, in amazing hands.
They are greatly misunderstood when not.

Scared you?
Don’t be.
We want the best for these gorgeous girls and the best they shall have.

If your family have been looking for a Husky, please contact, Nicole and Fiona, their Adoption Coordinators, at adopt@teamdogrescue.ca
We will be announcing when we are closing applications.

Please make your way to our website here to learn more about our adoption process and fill out an application: http://teamdogrescue.ca/you-can-help/adopt/

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Luka Recently Adopted
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Luka

  • Breed: Retriever X
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 1
  • Weight: 50 lb
  • Needs: Very active, Adults & Older Kids, Good with Cats

Hi everyone, my name is Luka and I’m one years old. I’m kind of beautiful if I do say so myself! I know it’s not nice to brag but I just couldn’t help it.

Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I’m housetrained, calm in the house and like to cuddle. I’m still a big puppy at heart though and have lots of energy. I’m getting better at walking on the leash thingy and on my basic obedience and manners. I can be a bit mouthy at times and I have a big bark but I’m not aggressive. There’s something very important I have to share with you. I’m called a ‘flight risk’ which means I have a very strong impulse to run away so I could very well have to be on a leash at all times. My recall isn’t great but it has improved thanks to my lovely foster mom! I can also jump pretty high so you will need to have a safely fenced yard for me. Right now I need 3 good outings a day or I can get really bored. Did I tell you that I can also clear most gates in the house? I think I’m a frustrated Olympian.

Sorry to be so demanding but my good looks will make up for the few negative things I have going on. It’s important for me to go to a family that have experience and the time to continue on with my training. Because of my puppy nature, small kids wouldn’t be a good idea. I tend to be wary and uncomfortable when guests come into my house (especially men) so that’s something I need to work on. My instinct is to run to get away. I’m sure someone scared me in my past but I’m trying to overcome this. I’m better when I’m on my leash meeting people outside before they come in.

On a positive note, I seem to really like cats and have been sharing a bed with one in my foster home. Yay for me!

Sooooo…….do you think you can find it in your heart to love me forever and work with me so I can be your perfect forever loving pup? If so, please apply for me and my adoption coordinator will get back to you ASAP.

Love,

Luka


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