Friends of Sochi Dogs - Ontario

A Toronto, ON M5H 2S5 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

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Areas Friends of Sochi Dogs - Ontario Serves

Canada, US

Friends of Sochi Dogs - Ontario's Adoption Process

1. Submit Application

Sochi Dogs Rescue works on a foster-to-adopt model. All of our adopters have a 1-week trial period to decide if the dog is the right match.

Sochi Dogs is a non-profit animal rescue that works closely with adopters to help them find the perfect addition to their families. All of our dogs are vetted, vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and microchipped.

About Friends of Sochi Dogs - Ontario

Sochi Dogs was born during the Winter 2014 Olympic Games when we learned about the tremendous stray dog crisis in Sochi, Russia. Olympic athletes were able to save a few dogs during the Olympics but thousands more are still on the streets, and after the media left, the problem did not get resolved, only forgotten.

At Sochi Dogs we save as many street and abandoned dogs as we possibly can. We run a no-kill shelter, facilitate adoptions around the globe, educate the community about spaying/neutering, and help curb the stray dog population through a community sterilization program.

We have found homes for more than 600 dogs, which now reside all over the globe including New Jersey, New York, Texas, Maryland, Washington, Michigan, Maine, Virginia, Delaware, California, Canada, Alaska, Poland, UK, Germany, and Scotland.

You can learn more about our work here: http://www.sochidogs.org/aboutus

Sochi Dogs is always looking for foster homes, so if you have a little extra room please send us an email! adopt@sochidogs.org

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Make a donation to Friends of Sochi Dogs - Ontario to help homeless pets find homes

https://www.sochidogs.org/donate