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My name is Kira!

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Mix Dog for adoption in Pierrefonds, Quebec - Kira
Photo 1 - Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Mix Dog for adoption in Pierrefonds, Quebec - Kira
Photo 2 - Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Mix Dog for adoption in Pierrefonds, Quebec - Kira
Photo 3 - Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Mix Dog for adoption in Pierrefonds, Quebec - Kira
Photo 4 - Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Mix Dog for adoption in Pierrefonds, Quebec - Kira
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Compassionate Animal Adoption

Facts about Kira

  • Breed: Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
~adoption fee applies, if serious adoption please email caarescue@gmail.com~

My name is Kira! I came to CAA Rescue into foster care after my family did not want me any more and was quickly adopted and within one week I was returned back into foster care.
And while I am great with people (I love them!), great with other dogs (I love them too) great with cats (they are so very smooshie oshie), house trained and leash trained … I do suffer from separation anxiety.
When I first joined CAA in foster care just someone leaving the room would make me nervous and cry but after a short time I realized you can go to the bathroom without me and you will come back.
However when left alone my anxiety is quite overwhelming and I am destructive. Which you will probably say “no problem we will crate train” well think again as I am terrified in my crate and will literally hurt myself trying to get out.
I think if someone really invests the time to show me that a crate is not a bad place I could learn because I am very smart but it will take someone committed. Apparently my first family, before I knew CAA Rescue but I overheard the volunteers talking, they said and I quote “he would throw her in the cage!” I cannot tell you if that is true or not but it would explain a lot.
So I am a sweet and gentle girl who needs someone to help me get past the anxiety.
I know… I know… most people will commit to helping almost any issue but separation anxiety is a challenge.
I really need doggie people to commit to me, 100% of the way because moving around and around definitely does not help with the anxiety… let me trace my steps a little for you:
1-with at least one family in Abitibi
2-foster home in Abitibi while transport was being scheduled
3-airplane ride to Montreal weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
4-CAA Foster
5-Adoption
6-CAA Foster
That is a lot for anyone especially a pretty girl like me! & don’t let my pictures fool you I am about 50 lbs

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If you would like to meet Kira at her foster home in Lachute please write to CAARescue@gmail.com we will ask you to complete an adoption application so that we can learn a little more about you and if you are a perfect fit for Kira we will make arrangements for you to meet her for potential adoption

A 3-Step process to adopt one of our foster dogs.
1. Fill the adoption form. It might seem long, but it’s the best way to find the right dog for you and your family!
2. We’ll arrange a meeting with the foster family of the dog you want to meet so you can see if s/he’s the right one for you.
3. If you decide to move forward, you’ll be asked to agree to a home visit, fill-in and sign an adoption contract and pay the adoption fee.

Breed: Griffon Mix
Sex: female
Housetrained: yes
Leash trained: yes
Age: 1 year est DOB October 2015, approximately 50lbs
Foster Location: Lachute, Quebec
Anxiety: separation destructive anxiety
Vet History: vaccinated including rabies, dewormed, spayed and micro chipped

$400 Compassionate Adoption Fee Applies
If you would like to know more about Kira pls email us caarescue@gmail.com

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About Compassionate Animal Adoption

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small foster based rescue in the Montreal, Quebec area dedicated to helping every dog we can, no matter age, size, sex, breed, background or how they look. We believe that no dog should be left behind to die because s/he is deemed as less adoptable. Please join us is saving as many as we can!

Our Adoption Process...

3-step process to adopt one of our foster dogs.

1. Fill the adoption form. It might seem long, but it’s the best way to find the right dog for you and your family!
2. We’ll arrange a meeting with the foster family of the dog you want to meet so you can see if s/he’s the right one for you.
3. If you decide to move forward, you’ll be asked to fill-in and sign an adoption contract and pay the adoption fee.


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