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My name is Bubba!
I'm being cared for by
Niagara Dog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Labrador Retriever
Color
Black
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
20220120-07

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small red x Shots not current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

HERE IN CANADA COME MEET HIM!

Name: Bubba (20220120-07)
Weight: 67lbs
Age: 2 years
Gender: Male
Spayed/Neutered: yes
Breed: Lab mix
Colour: Black

Crate size recommended: large

Good with women: Yes
Good with men: Yes
Good with kids: older kids as Bubba may jump or accidentally bump a child when he is excited and running. He may mouth at times when he wants to play, but is easily corrected.
Good with dogs: yes
Good with cats: Kept on tight leash around fosters cats. Active cats are too distractive and make Bubba anxious. No cats preferred
House trained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes, but not for extended periods. Goes in when asked Crate, then sits for his treats
Energy level: Medium
Can be handled/touched: Yes everywhere
Barker: No
Flight risk: Escape artist and doesn’t like to be contained. Never runs away though, knows where his home is
Food aggressive: No
Current food: Purina Pro Plan
Can be Handled/touched: YES loves laying close and getting pets. Sometimes mouths when getting belly rubs and wants to play, but easily corrected.
Food aggressive: yes with his bone. Should only be given treats that he can finish at one time. Requires training in Drop it.
Walks on Leash: YES, very well.
Can heel, but enjoys when given the opportunity to stop and sniff several times during his walk.
Leash reactive to people or dogs: No
Rides well in car: Yes
Destructive: Yes. Still young and working on redirecting. New family will need to be committed to continue his training, and closely monitor him while he is adjusting to his new home.
Needs a home with a yard: Yes
Needs a home with another dog: No
Can live in an apartment: No

From Foster:
Bubba is very handsome and a smart boy who learned Sit, Down, Crate and Paw quickly, still working on No and Leave It. Bubba will go in his crate for treats or stuffed Kong but doesn’t like to stay for long periods. Bubba’s foster mom is working at redirecting him from chewing on inappropriate items to his squeaky toys and chews. Bubba will need a family that will be committed to continue his training to help him excel in his new environment.
Bubba walks very well on leash. He walks past other dogs without issue and does not respond to the barking dog on the other side of the fence. Bubba is friendly and polite when greeting people and dogs, he will approach slowly at first. Bubba is affectionate and enjoys pets, belly rubs and laying on the couch beside his person. He sleeps in his bed or on the couch. Bubba is a wonderful boy who will make a great addition to any family.

From Bubba:
My foster mom says I’m a beautiful boy that needs continued training with my manners. I am a good boy that was not taught what I can’t chew, and I sometimes jump and mouth when I get excited and want to play. I LOVE treats and have learned so much already.
A new home can be scary, so sometimes I get anxious and pace and may chew the wrong thing. Please be patient, I’m young and still learning. I go on 2-3 walks a day and run really fast in the backyard. I love training throughout the day and get yummy treats. I go on longer walks now but I don’t like busy streets and sudden noises can startle me. I can heel, but really like to stop and sniff and find out what dogs have visited the neighbourhood watering holes. I’m so grateful to lay on the couch and get cuddles and pets from my foster mom. I want to be the best boy ever. If you have lots of treats and continue with my training then I know we can be so happy together.
HERE IN CANADA COME MEET HIM!

Name: Bubba (20220120-07)
Weight: 67lbs
Age: 2 years
Gender: Male
Spayed/Neutered: yes
Breed: Lab mix
Colour: Black

Crate size recommended: large

Good with women: Yes
Good with men: Yes
Good with kids: older kids as Bubba may jump or accidentally bump a child when he is excited and running. He may mouth at times when he wants to play, but is easily corrected.
Good with dogs: yes
Good with cats: Kept on tight leash around fosters cats. Active cats are too distractive and make Bubba anxious. No cats preferred
House trained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes, but not for extended periods. Goes in when asked Crate, then sits for his treats
Energy level: Medium
Can be handled/touched: Yes everywhere
Barker: No
Flight risk: Escape artist and doesn’t like to be contained. Never runs away though, knows where his home is
Food aggressive: No
Current food: Purina Pro Plan
Can be Handled/touched: YES loves laying close and getting pets. Sometimes mouths when getting belly rubs and wants to play, but easily corrected.
Food aggressive: yes with his bone. Should only be given treats that he can finish at one time. Requires training in Drop it.
Walks on Leash: YES, very well.
Can heel, but enjoys when given the opportunity to stop and sniff several times during his walk.
Leash reactive to people or dogs: No
Rides well in car: Yes
Destructive: Yes. Still young and working on redirecting. New family will need to be committed to continue his training, and closely monitor him while he is adjusting to his new home.
Needs a home with a yard: Yes
Needs a home with another dog: No
Can live in an apartment: No

From Foster:
Bubba is very handsome and a smart boy who learned Sit, Down, Crate and Paw quickly, still working on No and Leave It. Bubba will go in his crate for treats or stuffed Kong but doesn’t like to stay for long periods. Bubba’s foster mom is working at redirecting him from chewing on inappropriate items to his squeaky toys and chews. Bubba will need a family that will be committed to continue his training to help him excel in his new environment.
Bubba walks very well on leash. He walks past other dogs without issue and does not respond to the barking dog on the other side of the fence. Bubba is friendly and polite when greeting people and dogs, he will approach slowly at first. Bubba is affectionate and enjoys pets, belly rubs and laying on the couch beside his person. He sleeps in his bed or on the couch. Bubba is a wonderful boy who will make a great addition to any family.

From Bubba:
My foster mom says I’m a beautiful boy that needs continued training with my manners. I am a good boy that was not taught what I can’t chew, and I sometimes jump and mouth when I get excited and want to play. I LOVE treats and have learned so much already.
A new home can be scary, so sometimes I get anxious and pace and may chew the wrong thing. Please be patient, I’m young and still learning. I go on 2-3 walks a day and run really fast in the backyard. I love training throughout the day and get yummy treats. I go on longer walks now but I don’t like busy streets and sudden noises can startle me. I can heel, but really like to stop and sniff and find out what dogs have visited the neighbourhood watering holes. I’m so grateful to lay on the couch and get cuddles and pets from my foster mom. I want to be the best boy ever. If you have lots of treats and continue with my training then I know we can be so happy together.
Rescue

Niagara Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
20220120-07
Contact
Phone
Address
Niagara Falls, ON L2E 5J4

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

We are dedicated to finding our dogs a forever home where they can be loved, well cared for, and a part of your family for the rest of their life. Please be sure you and every member of your family is onboard to adopt at this time. Our wish is for the animals and the adoptive family alike to be happy, thus resulting in a permanent, happy, forever home. Thank you for your understanding.
We are dedicated to finding our dogs a forever home where they can be loved, well cared for, and a part of your family for the rest of their life. Please be sure you and every member of your family is onboard to adopt at this time. Our wish is for the animals and the adoptive family alike to be happy, thus resulting in a permanent, happy, forever home. Thank you for your understanding.

Go meet their pets

The majority of our dogs are adopted before traveling to Canada. We are a foster based rescue, so a meet & grett can be arranged with some dogs that are already here.
The majority of our dogs are adopted before traveling to Canada. We are a foster based rescue, so a meet & grett can be arranged with some dogs that are already here.

More about this rescue

We are so much more than a dog rescue! We are a community of incredible volunteers with one goal in mind: To help dogs in need find a loving, forever home. We are moms and dads, sisters and daughters, sons and brothers from all walks of life. We have come together with one goal in mind: To help dogs that need it most. Those on death row, those lost, those hungry those broken hearted. We will work and work and work until we find a family for each one of them. We will not stop until each one of our dogs has the one thing they wish for: the safety of a home and the love of a family. We are foster based. This means we do not have a facility, dogs are pulled from shelters and put in to comfortable homes until they are adopted. Each foster volunteer allows us to save one more dog and help him/her find a loving forever home. Since 2015, NDR has saved over 6200 dogs. These dogs are ALIVE today because of we cared and we worked and we cried and we pleaded and we drove and we checked and we advocated and we fought and we begged and, in the end, we made this possible without funding or paid staff. With no shelter or corporate sponsors. With nothing but the will of our amazing volunteers working together to help save the lives of the dogs we can help. We keep our heads down, we focus on what we need to do to help our dogs and we go to work. We have made a difference in the lives of those dogs that are fortunate enough to be ours.
We are so much more than a dog rescue! We are a community of incredible volunteers with one goal in mind: To help dogs in need find a loving, forever home. We are moms and dads, sisters and daughters, sons and brothers from all walks of life. We have come together with one goal in mind: To help dogs that need it most. Those on death row, those lost, those hungry those broken hearted. We will work and work and work until we find a family for each one of them. We will not stop until each one of our dogs has the one thing they wish for: the safety of a home and the love of a family. We are foster based. This means we do not have a facility, dogs are pulled from shelters and put in to comfortable homes until they are adopted. Each foster volunteer allows us to save one more dog and help him/her find a loving forever home. Since 2015, NDR has saved over 6200 dogs. These dogs are ALIVE today because of we cared and we worked and we cried and we pleaded and we drove and we checked and we advocated and we fought and we begged and, in the end, we made this possible without funding or paid staff. With no shelter or corporate sponsors. With nothing but the will of our amazing volunteers working together to help save the lives of the dogs we can help. We keep our heads down, we focus on what we need to do to help our dogs and we go to work. We have made a difference in the lives of those dogs that are fortunate enough to be ours.