My name is Ben 3163!

Poodle (Miniature)/Standard Schnauzer Mix Dog for adoption in Toronto, Ontario - Ben 3163
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Facts about Ben 3163

  • Breed: Poodle (Miniature)/Standard Schnauzer Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10661442-3163

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Name/Tag#:  Ben 3163
Age: 1 year old
Sex/Altered: Male/ Neutered
Weight: ~18 lbs
Breed: Schnoodle (Schnauzer + Poodle)
Foster Home Location: Stittsville, ON  
Adoption Fee: $500.00
Temperament: Playful, affectionate, energetic 
Activity/Energy Level: Very active and energetic 
Up to date on Shots: Yes
Housebroken: Yes
Crate Trained: No, not recommended
Ok with Dogs: Yes. 
Ok with Cats:  Unknown- given young age, would need caution, does have prey drive
Ok with Kids: Yes, kids over 12 years
Origin: owner surrender
Requirements: Securely fenced yard, someone home most of the time, active owner willing to see Ben gets lots of exercise/playtime

And now, a few words from me:

Hi, my name is Ben and I am adorable! I am good natured, affectionate and very playful. My perfect “day in the life” starts with sleeping in with my humans (cuddling of course). After my breakfast I spend a bit of time looking out over my kingdom from the front window while my humans have breakfast and their coffee. Then it’s walk time – one of the highlights of my day! My morning walk is a good long brisk walk where along the way I meet my four legged neighbourhood friends not to mention seeing squirrels and rabbits which I would dearly love to chase. After my walk, my humans go about their day mostly at home and I relax and monitor the kingdom activities from the front window. Before I know it, its noon hour – time to go get the mail – which means another walk! Off we go a short distance to the mailbox and then to the school ground. I love the school ground as I am free to run. Lately my human brings a ball which I love to chase. After chasing the ball for about 15 minutes I’m pretty much bagged and we set off to go home where I settle in for my afternoon nap while of course keeping an eye on the kingdom. Then comes suppertime and the evening and both my humans are now always at home. This is my quality time with my foster mom as we will play in the backyard or maybe go for a leisurely evening walk before settling in for the night watching TV and of course cuddling. Then it’s bedtime and more cuddling. Oh yes, sometimes on the weekend we go to the dog park where I get to run and play and make new canine friends.


And now, a few words from my foster mom:

As you can tell from Ben comments above, his foster life is pretty sweet. He gets lots of exercise, attention and not to mention the cuddling. Ben will be a wonderful companion for a family where one of the family members is mostly at home.  He deserves this. Ben's past included being left alone for very long periods of time (10-12 hours/day) and locked in a crate.  He lived in the back seat of a car for months at a time and was largely ignored.

Being a young dog, he is active and an active family with a fenced in yard would be best.  Ben adores exercise, being outside, walking, playing ball or going to the dog park. He is not overly vocal, maybe just in initial greeting of other dogs or the doorbell.  He is respectful of new people, a little hesitant initially, but warms up very quickly. Ben is housetrained at this point.

If you have the time and commitment to give Ben what he lacked in his early months, please apply.  This puppy deserves attention, time to play, going for long walks, meeting new people and enjoying life.  Separation, caging and time alone, are not what Ben needs.  He has survived this.

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About Our Rescue Group...

We are a group of dedicated volunteers who focus our time and energy to help dogs in need. Whether that be as a foster parent, an administrator, home visitor, or transporter, our combined efforts have helped save 200-300 dogs a year.

We take great pleasure in knowing that the dogs that have been in our care, are living in the comfort of their furever homes as beloved companions

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Once the application is completed, it will be reviewed for suitability, and if yes, we will book a telephone interview with you, and check the veterinary and personal references that you provided. If that goes well, a home visit will be booked, and if your home is safe, the adoption can proceed. You will be required to execute and adoption contract and pay a set adoption fee