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Marley (Foster-to-Adopt)

Boxer Mixed Breed (Large)

Female, Adult
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Marley is available for Foster to Adopt!! ***Please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form*** As a foster-to-adopt family, you will have two weeks to get to know your new furry house guest before committing to adoption. At the end of two weeks, if you choose not to move forward with adoption, we simply ask that you continue to provide a safe and loving home until their new forever family can be found. During your foster-to-adopt trial, you’ll receive the support of a Fetch + Releash mentor to help you through the transition and answer any questions or concerns you may have. Foster-to-adopt families will be required to pay a $200 deposit on the adoption fee and sign our foster-to-adopt waiver in advance. If you choose not to adopt, your $200 will be refunded to you within 30 days of your dog being adopted into a new family provided you see your pup through to adoption. If you choose not to see your dog through to adoption, you will forfeit your deposit. Foster-to-adopt families will be expected to provide their own supplies. Visit https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info for more info on mandatory supplies. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Marley / Female / 5 years / 70 pounds / Boxer Mix / Sweet and Gentle Girl / Needs Proper Intros to Dogs / Cats Unknown / Good with Older, Respectful Children / From Tennessee / Fostered in Toronto ** Follow Marley’s journey on Instagram: @marvellousmissmarley** Meet Marley! Marley's backstory is one of beating all odds and is a testament to the indomitable spirit that defines her. Marley previously enjoyed the love of a family but when they couldn’t keep her they unknowingly dropped her at one of the harshest shelters in Tennessee, where she deteriorated to the brink of despair. When she was pulled from the shelter by our rescue partner she was skin and bones and experiencing severe discomfort. Despite her condition, she very happily jumped into the rescuer’s car and revealed her sweet and pleasing personality. She is now on the mend and living the good life in foster care in Toronto. Marley’s foster describes her as sweet, friendly, gentle, and playful. She loves going out on walks, playing fetch, running around, chewing on kongs with peanut butter, and when that is all done cuddling up on the couch for snuggles. If Marley has a chance to be outside, she will be your best friend. She is friendly with her trusted people and will greet them with her tail wagging. With new people, she can be shy but will come sniff and seems to enjoy meeting new people at her own pace. Marley has met children as young as 3 years old and has been gentle with them, giving them smells and not minding them being near her. She is, however, a bit timid in the face of loud noises. We think that she could do well in a home with older, respectable children who respect her and her space. In her previous life, Marley survived a pretty vicious dog attack, however, she does not seem to mind being close to dogs when out on her walks. She still needs and appreciates slow introductions if she is in close proximity to other dogs. Marley has had exposure to puppies around 6 months but she would rather keep to herself instead of playing with them. Eventually, she could have doggy friends and may be able to live with another older dog with proper introductions. Marley has not met any cats and we do not know how she would react to them. She is therefore looking for a cat-free home. Marley gets 3-4 walks a day, 2 are usually 20-30 minutes, and the others are short pee breaks. She also gets indoor enrichment and lots of fetch in the yard. Marley does pull on the leash but her fosters are actively working on it and she has already made improvements. She does not seem fearful of anything on a leash but can be overwhelmed by unfamiliar city noises. Marley is a very polite house guest and has stayed in her crate for up to six hours without issue. She settles in the crate quickly and takes a nap. When her people are home she loves being the resident couch potato and likes to snuggle up using your lap as a pillow. She likes to follow her people around the house but is not stressed being left alone. She sleeps through the night in her crate without issue. Marley is working on basic training and knows to sit, come, and stay. She knows “leave it” and “place” really well. She is only motivated by high-value treats so her fosters are working to figure out her favourite things. Marley’s ideal home is one that is filled with love and consideration. She has been through so much and deserves the best forever home. She is very gentle, sweet, and attentive with people of all ages but is most comfortable in a calm environment with people mindful of her body language and comfort levels. She could live with older, respectful children who understand her boundaries. She would love a house with a yard so she can keep up one of her favourite activities, fetch. Marley is a living testament to the strength of the canine spirit, and her presence is a reminder that resilience and love can conquer even the darkest of pasts. Marley is a survivor and truly deserves nothing but the very best. Marley’s fur is noticeably patchy from damage done to her hair follicles when she suffered from mange in the shelter. Her hair may grow back in time but, likely, she will always be a little patchy. She is currently taking Stilbestrol for urine leaking and will need to stay on it for life (dosing is twice daily but the goal is to get dose frequency as low as you can go with no leaking). Will need CBC bloodwork every 4 months while on Stilbestrol. Four month supply costs approx $72.41 and CBC costs $202.46. If you’re interested in fostering with the intention of adopting Marley, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form Marley adoption fee is $500. To learn more about our adoption fees and the adoption process, please visit our FAQs at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/about-us#about-faqs.
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Rocky

Boxer Labrador Retriever

Male, 2 yrs 8 mos
Hamilton, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Please contact us to submit an application directly at Kzyrnr17@yahoo.com or info@dogdiggityrescue.com I want family now! Rocky is a male 2 yrs old 60 lb Boxer/Retriever mix. He is last one in litter and is the BEST family dog ever!!!!!! He is an energetic, affectionate pup that likes other dogs and pups. He is a great companion for an active family with a secure fence, children over 6 years of age and another dog. Large breed experience is recommended. He is an indoor dog. He likes walks, car rides, toys, dog beds, human beds/couches. L & S Dog Diggity Rescue is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, where there are over 350,000 homeless pets. We save homeless and abandoned dogs and find them loving forever homes in other areas, where pet homelessness is not epidemic. All of our pets are located here, in San Antonio, and we partner with rescues to provide transportation for our pets to their new homes. Our adoption fee includes vet care (vaccinations, spay/neuter, microchipping, etc), as well as transportation and health certificate. Please contact us to ask about our adoption process and our adoption fees.
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Riggs

Boxer

Male, Young
Etobicoke, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Active and intelligentRiggs is an intelligent, obedient dog with a sleek athletic build. He can be anxious around new people or in new settings so he would need a home setting that would minimize stressful situations, especially at the outset. A calm, quiet environment will allow his true affectionate and friendly nature to shine!Our Trainer will work with the successful adopters to ensure a successful transition. Potential adopters should expect to attend up to 6 (complimentary) training classes with his Trainer.ABOUT RIGGS: - Small male Boxer Mix, neutered, 55 lbs- Riggs came to EHS as an unclaimed stray - Riggs is well trained and knows his training cues- He enjoys the company of the people he trusts and enjoys an active lifestyle- He can take time to warm up to strangers but does well with calm people and calm greetings- Riggs is house-trained, microchipped and has his core vaccinationsRIGG'S IDEAL HOME:- Riggs needs a quiet home, with structure, routine and few visitors- Riggs will make a great companion for a single adult or couple- Riggs would thrive with owners who are committed to an active lifestyle - regular walks and hikes- A detached home with direct access to a fully fenced yard in the country or quiet neighbourhood- A family willing to work with his trainer on an ongoing basis to learn how to focus his energy, this has benefited him greatly- No small children, cats, small dogs or other small pets in the homeIf you are interested in meeting and possibly adopting Riggs please fill in our online adoption application. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to meet Cole once pre-approved for adoption. If you have questions about Riggs or our adoption process please contact his adoption coordinator at: mgy.ehs@gmail.com
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Marlin

Boxer Labrador Retriever

Male, Adult
Etobicoke, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Intelligent, loyal and lovingOnce he bonds with you, his true gentle and affectionate nature emerges! Marlin is happiest getting ready for his walks or cuddling on the sofa, as long as it's with you.ABOUT MARLIN: - 6 yr old, Boxer/Lab mix, medium-sized dog, 60 lbs- Marlin came to EHS as an unclaimed stray - He knows all his obedience cues and learns new ones fast- Good in the house, good in the car- Marlin is neutered, house-trained, microchipped and has core vaccinations- He is working with a behavioural vet to deal with his fears of strange dogs and he is doing great!MARLIN'S IDEAL HOME:- A single adult or couple living in a calm, quiet home and quiet neighbourhood - A family that is willing to work through a transitional period as they build a bond and gain his trust- Direct access to a private, fenced yard so that he can have his outdoor time without having to run into other dogs or people.- No kids, no other pets in the home- Experienced owner who is prepared to invest time and energy in both helping him settle into his new home and providing the structure that he needs- Marlin can show reactivity to other dogs on a walk but he has been working with his foster and a trainer and has come a long way; in the right environment he should continue to improve and thrive. Our trainer looks forward to working with his adopters to ensure a successful transition and knowledge transfer to his new family.Marlin makes a great, faithful companion. If you are interested in meeting Marlin please fill in our online adoption application or contact his adoption coordinator at: mgy.ehs@gmail.com
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Tessa

Boxer Retriever (Unknown Type)

Female, 1 yr 5 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
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Story
Tessa and her 2 tiny babies were rescued from BARC in Houston on April 29, 2024, moments before they were going to be killed. They had a loving home, but their owner was taken to the hospital and his relatives dumped his dogs at the shelter. There was another dog, too, thought to be Tessa's mom, but she was killed. We can't save them all, as much as we wish we could! At least we were able to save Tessa and her babies. The photos of Tessa in her concrete cell, her head down body curled protectively around her puppies, might make you think she's guarding them from letting anyone get too close. Her facial expression doesn't exactly look warm and welcoming -- but the truth is, this mama is as sweet and affectionate with people, even people she's just met, as she is with her own babies. She's all sugar, and no spice! She had absolutely ZERO concern about having her puppies picked up and carried around by strangers, she just wanted to get a butt scratch too. We haven't known her for too long, but so far everything we've seen has been absolutely lovely. She's an amazing mama, but she's also super friendly, quiet in the house, playful with other dogs, curious to investigate new surroundings, and quick to learn. She was pretty interested in the resident cat at her foster home, but was easily redirected and seems to understand now that the cat is off-limits. She's already learning the house rules from her foster-dog siblings and loves being to,d what a good girl she is.Tessa is going to LOVE being part of a family, and we're confident she's going to be an easy, fun and precious addition to any household, whether it's with a single retiree or a busy, bustling family. We're not sure yet if she would prefer having doggie playmates or being the center of attention -- she'd probably be very happy with either, as long as she's not left alone for long periods (she hasn't shown that she has separation anxiety, we just know she's not going to like being by herself as most dogs don't). She seems to be somewhat dominant, so she won't be placed with another dominant female. She's currently in a wonderful foster home in Arkansas, and is available to join a loving household nearly anywhere in the continental US or Ontario. Please go to our website, lastminutedogrescue.com, or our Facebook page to complete an application! Name: TessaWeight: ~50 PoundsGender: Female, not spayed yet but will be before adoption!Breed: Boxer/lab mix?Colour: Reddish brownMedical (past and present) & HW Status: UTD, HW negative and healthy!Good with adults: YesGood with kids: YesGood with dogs: YesGood with cats: Learning!House trained: YesCrate trained: YesCrate aggressive: No Food aggressive: NoLeash trained: YesEnergy level: MediumSuitable for an apartment: Possibly!Can be handled: Yes please!Barker: Not so far!
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Orion

Boxer Labrador Retriever

Female, 5 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
PLEASE NOTE ORION IS A DIRECT ADOPTION FROM MEXICO. ONCE ADOPTED HE WILL GO DIRECTLY TO ADOPTER AND IT IS RECOMMENDED HE BE ENROLLED IN TRAINING CLASSES. We at All Paws Matter believe in the benefits of post-adoption training for our dogs and their families. This allows for continued socialization, learning and helps to create a well-mannered and balanced dog. This is now a requirement in our adoption process. Proof of training classes for puppies specifically is required before adoption. NAME: Orion Age: 4 months old Breed: Mexi-Mix Sex: Female Weight: We expect she will grow to medium size (35lb) Location: MEXICO (Everything, including transport is included in adoption fee) Adoption fee: $700.00 Spayed/Neutered: Yes Leash trained: Work in progress House trained: Work in progress Kids/Cats/Dogs: Yes, good with dogs, cats unknown, children 6+ Vetting: Up to date on all vaccination, sterilized, microchipped, 4dx tested: negative for Heart worm. Currently on flea/tick/heart worm prevention, dewormed and vet checked before arriving. Medical Issues: None Comes with 4 weeks free pet insurance (after initial vet visit) A member of our “planet” litter, Neptune is one of 9 puppies who were newborns in our sister rescue’s shelter SOS el Arca in Mexico. Her poor mama was chained to a house and left by her owner. She was very fearful of anyone that would come around her. A neighbour broke the chain but she would not move and wandered the area. All the other neighbours around her didn’t want her there and began to throw stones and beat her. The shelter was told about her and found out she was very pregnant. They needed to trap her immediately, or her babies would surely be killed. They tried many times but she was so scared she would not allow anyone around. Fortunately, she did deliver her babies and there was the opportunity to take the babies so she would follow. Orion is a sweet girl who deserves to be in a beautiful home. The shelter is overwhelmed with puppies right now and we need this beautiful baby to come to us to have a life she deserves not one living in a kennel for months and months. Orion is a happy and playful little girl but she is a typical puppy who is energetic and mischievous, however, with training (mandatory with proof of receipt) she will develop into a beautiful dog. Her potty training has begun and will require work from the adopter, crate training and routine will assist greatly with this. Her ideal home would be one with or without another dog, a fenced in backyard to expend her energy as she gets a little older. Respectful children and someone who works from home, at least part of the day is a must. If you feel you would be the right fit for Orion, please fill out an adoption application at https://www.allpawsmatter.ca/apply-to-adopt/ All APM dogs are UTD on vaccinations, microchipped, spayed or neutered, dewormed, Heart worm (4dx snap) tested and arrive with a health certificate. They come to adopter with a harness, a collar and two leashes for safety. NOTE: The above description is relevant to this dog in its current and previous setting. Home changes and adopter personalities can bring out different behaviours not previously seen. We also do not claim or suggest that our dogs are hypo-allergenic or that they shed/do not shed. BREED DISCLAIMER: We are never sure of the breed of our dogs since they arrive off the streets or shelters. It is a guess only!

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Fetch + Releash Dog Rescue

Mississauga, ON L5M 1Y3

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L & S Dog Diggity Rescue - Hamilton ON Transport Stop

Hamilton, ON L8L 2V7

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Etobicoke Humane Society

67 Six Point Rd., Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2X3

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Etobicoke Humane Society

67 Six Point Rd., Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2X3

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25.2 miles

Last Minute Luckies

Toronto, ON M6G 1C5

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All Paws Matter Rescue

39 Jarvis Street, Toronto, ON M5E 1Z5

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33.8 miles

Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary

1405 19th Sideroad, King City, ON L7B 1K5

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Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary

1405 19th Sideroad, King City, ON L7B 1K5

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Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary

1405 19th Sideroad, King City, ON L7B 1K5

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33.8 miles

Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary

1405 19th Sideroad, King City, ON L7B 1K5

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