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My name is Rosey!
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Standardbred
Color
Buckskin
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large
Sex
Female
Pet ID
45904441

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred

My story

Rosey is the perfect mate for someone who doesn't mind spending time, sharing some space and working with a beautiful mare who wants to learn.
Energetic, fun to be around and nosey, this girl has an independent personality as she has mainly been left to fend for herself in her first five years. Since being in care, she has enjoyed the companionship of other horses without the fear of being bullied and certainly doesn't mind the touch and care of her human friends. She was not hand or halter broken when she came into care but has risen to her challenges and is very willing to learn.
Rosey has an issue with her back leg and will probably not be able to be ridden by an adult or heavier teen, nor would she be able to work hard BUT for those looking for a pasture pet ... this is the girl for you!
Please contact adoptions@s-dhs.ca for more information and schedule an appointment to meet.

Shelter

Simcoe and District Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
45904441
Contact
Address
Simcoe, ON N3Y 4L1

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Start your Foster2Adopt application visit: http://www.simcoedhumane.ca or www.Petango.com/SimcoeDHumane

2.

Interview

Your application will be approved by our adoptions volunteers and an interview through email or phone call will be done.

3.

Meet the Pet

An appointment to pick up your pet and their supplies through our Virtual Foster2Adopt program for a 2 week foster period

4.

Pay Fee

Your Adoption Fee will be paid at the pick up time or can be e-transferred to finance@s-dhs.ca

5.

Take the Pet Home

During the Foster2Adopt period, you will have a chance to set up your veterinary appointment an make sure your new pet is fitting in.

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

At the end of the Foster2Adopt, you will be sent the contract to sign electronically. You are now the pet parent to your new furry friend!

Additional adoption info

Covid-19 has changed many things including our adoption process. Please visit www.SimcoeDHumane.ca to download the adoption application or www.Petango.com/SimcoeDHumane to start the adoption process. We now have a minimum 2 week Foster2Adopt program as visitors are not allowed in the shelter BUT our volunteers are very good at matching the animals in care to our adopters. We will ask many questions and may ask for photos or videos of your home, family and other pets. Once an application is sent in via email our volunteers usually answer within 24 hours. Adoption Prices are changing as of May 1 2021 Special price until November 30th, 2013 Kittens $130.00 (if animal is not altered due to size or medical, animal must be returned for surgery date scheduled) Cats $50.00 (spayed/neutered and vaccinated to date) Puppies $395.00 (if animal is not altered due to size or medical, animal must be returned for surgery date scheduled) Dogs $245.00 (spayed/neutered and vaccinated to date)

Go meet their pets

During COVID-19 appointments to pick up your Foster2Adopt animals will be made Monday and Saturday 11am - 3pm. Appointments to pick up pets for Foster2Adopt outside of these hours or those who are in foster care are always welcome. Although many of our animals may be in foster care, pick up during this time will be at the shelter - to protect everyone involved, no visits to foster homes will be allowed. Please email adoptions@s-dhs.ca for more information, to book an appointment or to make sure a volunteer is available on the weekends. Please visit www.petango.com/SimcoeDHumane for a complete list of our adoptable pets or to start your adoption process. Donations of food, supplies and money will also be accepted during these hours.

More about this shelter

The Simcoe & District Humane Society has been hard at work aiding animals in distress since the 1950's and officially chartered in January 1953. The Foster Care Program has always been an integral part of the Society, as it has not had a physical shelter to call its own. 2004 was a great stepping-stone in the endeavor of housing our animals, as the Society purchased the property at 24 Grigg Drive, Simcoe, Ontario. As the number of stray, sick and injured animals has grown, so has the community support and the Society now has a goal to build a shelter in the near future. SDHS relies on donations from the community, and assists as many animals possible within their means. In 2004, the Society assisted over 160 adult cats, 309 kittens and over 130 dogs to date with approximately 380 of these animals adopted into great homes. 2005 the Society assisted 580 animals in total. In 2006, we assisted 784 animals needing care and treatment. It was a difficult year as we battled parasites, and disease, particularly Panleukopenia or feline distemper causing a closure of foster homes for a few months. To begin 2007, some animals remain in care, still needing treatment or waiting adoption. As of September 2007 SDHS has remained exceptionally busy, helping over 650 cats, 70 dogs, and other animals through the mandate of sick, injured and distressed. Cruelty investigations have escalated, assisting over 35 animals, some surrendered and well over 250 cruelty complaints visited. Simcoe and District Humane Society is also aiding animals unclaimed through Norfolk County Animal Control. As space in the foster care program allows, SDHS provides adoptable animals the necessary medical care, including FIV (Feline Aids) and Feline Leukemia testing for felines, Heartworm testing for canines, vaccinations, deworming, flea and other parasite treatment and microchipping for each animal. It is the Society's goal to find every adoptable animal a home to call its own! In 2007, the Society has temporarily assisted and housed more than 35 animals, until owners have been able to provide appropriately for their pet(s). Public Awareness and Good Pet Ownership Education has been a key component in the Society's community involvement over the last 3 years. Being involved in the community, introducing the different elements of animal care and owning a pet has been a priority with the Society, especially in a community where highly transmittable diseases are apparent. The Society always remains grateful to those families who open their hearts and homes to all our animals during their stay in the foster care program. Thank you to those who have taken responsibility for the Mother Cats, having them spayed, vaccinated and releasing to appropriate families and homes. Again, a special thank you goes out to our Veterinary Clinics who assist us on a daily basis and understand our needs with our animals in care. As members, we are proud of our accomplishments and look forward to doing more with the growing numbers of animals in need. The community's consistent support and regular donations are important to sustain the Society's ability to continue its constant and daily intake and care of those animals needing help.