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We'll also keep you updated on Riesling's adoption status with email updates.
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Riesling

Hound (Unknown Type)

Female, 4 yrs 4 mos
Kitchener, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
MORE PHOTOS/VIDEOS: https://www.facebook.com/TLCRR https://www.instagram.com/taffyslegacycaninerescue https://www.taffyslegacy.com/riesling Riesling (F) is a 4yo Hound mix. She is currently living with her foster parents and no other animals in a detached home. Riesling is house and crate trained. Initially she would whine in her crate, but has now learned that it is her safe space to relax. She may whine again during the first few days in her new house, but once she adjusts she is happy to be crated. Riesling has met a few other dogs in care and has been happy to calmly coexist with them, but did not have much interest in playing on intake. She would do best with calm and well balanced dogs, but can be a bit overwhelmed and become nervous if they are too playful and bouncy with her. She wasn't a fan of the bully-mixed breed she met, that just isn't her play style! Riesling has been cat tested and is not good with cats or small animals, she just has too high of that hound prey drive! Riesling can be nervous when meeting strangers, but if they do not pressure her and allow her to come to them, she warms up quickly. She can be uncomfortable and insecure if affection is forced on her, and has growled when being forced to move from her dog bed. For this reason, we are looking for a home without kids under the age of 15 who may not understand body language or the concept of pressure. Riesling has also growled at her people over a Kong and snuffle mat, although she did exchange her high value treats for other treats to be able to safely remove her from things she did not want to share. Her foster parents have gone back to building more engagement and trust through training and hand feeding, avoiding Kongs as treats and not putting pressure on her while eating, and have not had any issues or escalating behaviour. On leash Riesling likes to follow her nose like any hound mix! She pulls for the first 10 minutes of the walk, and then calms down and walks better. She would do best with more training on her leash skills, and bringing food on walks to reward focus on her person. She can fixate on other animals on walks, but is working on her handler focus. Riesling is not a candidate for off-leash adventures, as she tends to listen more to her nose then her handler! She needs a yard with a secure fence going underground, or a tie out system as she has tried to dig under the fence. Here is what Riesling's foster parents have to say about her: "This little lady is gentle, curious and very sweet! She loves her people but is independent. She isn’t that dog that will cuddle with you, but she shows you how much she loves you by resting her face on your lap for scritches or for belly rubs. She would be suited for a family who will provide structure and enjoys going on walks. Walks are her favorite part of the day, next to laying on her bed watching tv with you! She is a people pleaser and LOVES training. She is very smart and learns quickly. She has come a long way and will continue to grow." ADOPTION PROCESS: taffyslegacy.com/adoption-process
We'll also keep you updated on Koopa's adoption status with email updates.
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Koopa

Mastiff

Male, 1 yr 5 mos
Kitchener, ON
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
MORE PHOTOS/VIDEOS: https://www.facebook.com/TLCRR https://www.instagram.com/taffyslegacycaninerescue https://www.taffyslegacy.com/koopa Koopa is currently being fostered in a detached home with 2 canine foster siblings. Koopa is house and crate trained. Koopa is a BIG BOY, and often doesn't quite understand that he is stronger than others, but he is doing very well with his training and loves to please his people. Koopa is very happy go lucky and playful with his canine friends, however he can make poor choices when adrenalized and does best with calm proper introductions. Koopa has had an incident with one other dog who was jumping up where he overcorrected, resulting in that dog needing stitches. With his friends, Koopa is fun and playful, and does well with supervised play with other well-balanced dogs. He doesn't always understand his size, and does play rough, so he would be best suited playing with other large breed confident dogs, as he can intimate more nervous or reserved dogs with his big size and big play style. He has shown some prey drive for smaller dogs, and would do best sticking to his bigger companions. We have not cat tested, but at this time with his size and prey drive we are looking for a home without cats. Koopa is a big loveable goofball and loves all people. He does well meeting new people and is a patio favourite hanging out with his foster mom and her girlfriends in public social settings. He has had one incident of grabbing a staff members coat and playing tug of war which caused it to rip - due to this he is looking for a home without kids or with older kids. Koopa is very food motivated and loves training, and has been going to a group training class weekly since his intake. He is doing very well, knows his markers, and continues to work on training daily with the kennel staff! Koopa is playful at the kennel, however he is a lower energy boy and has some hip/elbow issues that prevent him from participating in longer walks. He is looking for a lower energy home that can continue conditioning calmness and give him lots of puzzle toys and satisfy his mental energy. He is currently taking a glucosamine supplement. His perfect home would have power breed experience. Fun facts about Koopa: -This big guy is happy to be with and please his person! He loves to chew on wood and play in the sprinkler. He is hesitant to get into the bath tub but once he is in there, he is happy to get the attention and be scrubbed with soap and water! Koopa loves going for car rides but I have recently noticed that jumping into the back of the Jeep has been a struggle some days. I tend to get him to get his front paws up and lift his back end to help out. -Koopa likes to take shoes out of the closet and bring them to me but will never chew on or destroy. Likes to play with circle shaped foods before he eats. Needs work: Koopa is a big puppy in a full adult sized body! He can be easily overstimulated and always wants to be part of the fun! He would benefit from conditioning calmness and place exercises, as well as working on his crate training and leash skills. High prey drive in adrenalized situations. Koopa's foster mom works hard to manage his environment, facilitate proper introductions with trusted dogs and supervise play with his canine friends. Koopa is also working on puppy nipping - and uses marker language to get the point across that the behavior is unacceptable. Here is what Koopa's foster mom has to say about him: "Koopa is an absolute joy to have around. His goofy, owner pleasing personality makes him great to train and build an outstanding relationship with. He loves to be around people in new and familiar environments and receive all the attention. This big guy doesn't require a lot of exercise to tire him out and is very well at settling down in his crate or on his dog bed for some rest and relaxation. He loves to chew on his wood log or indulge in his licky mat when his Foster Mom makes him one. If I had more room and didn't already have two dogs, Koopa would be my first #fosterfail. He is truly a big treat!" ADOPTION PROCESS: taffyslegacy.com/adoption-process
We'll also keep you updated on Berlin's adoption status with email updates.
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Berlin

Husky Labrador Retriever

Male, 1 yr 2 mos
Kitchener, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
MORE PHOTOS/VIDEOS: https://www.facebook.com/TLCRR https://www.instagram.com/taffyslegacycaninerescue https://www.taffyslegacy.com/berlin First Impressions: Dogs: Good with dogs, happy to engage and LOVES to play with dogs he meets. Does like to be pushy and take/share dog beds and toys. Does listen to other dog's corrections. Cats: Loves cats, is gentle and gets along with feline friends Kids: Grew up around a toddler and baby, he loved his human sisters and was very gentle with them Strangers: He will growl very quietly, or bark, at people in his home that he does not know. He does not like being pet, or being starred at by people he is not familiar with, and it is best he is advocated for in these situations. He is currently learning, "Quiet" and continued training is being put into his socialization skills. When meeting people outside, he can be timid and prefers not to be pet, but does not growl or bark at them. If they own a dog, he is less apprehensive to engage with them and may allow them to pet him, and may even give them kisses on their hand before moving away from them. It only takes a few times meeting a stranger outdoors to be fully comfortable and confident around them, whereas indoors, it can take multiple meetings before he is accepting of them being in his space. Crate Skills: Crate trained. He is always a happy pup to snuggle up and take a nice snooze when there is a blanket in his crate. He does take a few days to settle into new environments and will lightly cry to get attention, but settles in time. Leash skills: Great leash skills. He is walked on a transitional leash as he can be skittish of cars, or people running by. He walks nicely in a loose leash walk most of the time, although he can surprise you with random puppy zoomies! Energy Level: Berlin is currently a low energy pup, he only needs an hour of walking per day. In his current foster home he gets more than required, as he gets to spend about an hour playing in the backyard with his canine companions in the morning (weather permitted), and also gets time to play tug in the evenings with his humans. He loves to play and is never discouraged as we want him to live his best life! Confidence: Berlin is an anxious dog and would do best in a home devoted to building his confidence. He is very smart, and very food motivated, which will make training him fun for all parties! Affection: Berlin is not the kind of dog that demands affection from his people, however he is still very much a love bug and soaks up all of the affection his family is willing to provide him. He would prefer to be able to follow his people around to see what they are getting up to but will wander off to lay in other areas of the house for periods of time. Training: Berlin is always eager to train when kibble is involved. He is very keen and understands his cues well, always ready to learn new things for rewards. He knows lots of commands already, and is very keen to learning more Behavioural: Berlin is overexcited by food and will whine, cry and have mini bouncing tantrums when food is being prepared for his breakfast and dinner, or if any of the other resident dogs are being fed. Although a good food drive makes training much easier, we are working to lessen the excitement around food and reduce demand crying for food. Berlin has a condition called pulmonic dysplasia which is causing stenosis which means he is at risk for arrhythmias, symptoms (such as syncope/fainting), and sudden death. Berlin had a successful balloon valvuloplasty surgery on November 22nd/23. This has significantly increased his quality and length of life. At this time, the Cardiac specialists will be completing a follow up echocardiogram in February. The results will provide us with information on Berlin's current heart health post surgery, and next steps for his on-going health care. At this time, it is anticipated he will require an additional follow up echocardiogram 6-12 months after his February follow up, with potential of annual follows ups thereafter. He is currently on one heart medication, Sotalol, which he may or may not be on long-term depending on his echo results. For 2 months worth of Sotalol pills it is $24 at your local pharmacy, which is currently given every 12 hours (2xday). We are still learning about Berlin, and will update his profile more once she settles into her new foster home. ADOPTION PROCESS: taffyslegacy.com/adoption-process
We'll also keep you updated on Selma's adoption status with email updates.
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Selma

Labrador Retriever

Female, 1 yr 5 mos
Kitchener, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
MORE PHOTOS/VIDEOS: https://www.facebook.com/TLCRR https://www.instagram.com/taffyslegacycaninerescue taffyslegacy.com/selma Selma was pulled from a list of dogs who were going to be euthanized. We know she is a tough case based on how fearful she is, however we had the room to give her a chance and so far, she’s exceeded all of our expectations. We hope that with training and time we can help her find balance in her scared little brain and see that people really aren’t so bad. First impressions: Strangers: Extremely timid with people, we pulled this girl knowing full and well that she will take a couple months of training and rehabilitation to become adoptable. At present she is very fearful, shies away and will not approach new people she does not know. Dogs: Loves ALL dogs. Selma is very dog social and will match the play style of her friends. She is currently living in our Kennel, where she gets to go out to Doggie Daycare multiple times a week to spend time with many of her friends. When the play gets too intense, she becomes submissive and rolls on her back, so she makes the perfect playmate for many dogs. Cats: Unsure with cats, we will test her once she settles in. She is however quite prey driven towards the resident chickens, noteworthy, but this does not necessarily mean she couldn't live with cats. Kids: Though we have not tested her with children we feel that based on her timid-ness she'd do best in an adult only home with another canine companion who is confident to show her the ropes, this could change after spending some time in care. Crate: Selma is clean in her kennel and goes in and although the first few days she was apprehensive going out, she has no hesitation going back in, she seems to like her kennel! Leash: Clearly has minimal or no leash experience and acts semi-feral on leash. She panics, tries to get away and gator rolls when leashed. This is currently being worked on. Car Skills: Thus far, she has shown to be quiet in her crate. Energy Level: Medium to high energy, runs like the wind outside, but settles quickly in her kennel. Confidence: Very unsure, will need consistent training and positive reinforcement to build her up. Affection: With the people she trusts she will lean into you and then flop over for belly rubs, but does take time to build this trust. Resources: Has not shown any issues with people or other dogs thus far. Training: very food motivated, takes food a little rough, but is eager to train. Behavioural: Even though Selma was the equivalent of semi-feral when leashed at the shelter, she showed no indication of wanting to bite. Given her level of fear, this was reason enough to give her a chance. Behaviourally, she will need work on building confidence and counterconditioning her aversion to the leash (which admittedly has already improved leaps and bounds). Best traits: absolutely adorable, great with all dogs, clean in her kennel, food motivated and eager to train. Needs improvement: Positive introductions to the leash and building confidence with humans. Selma is in perfect health! She currently has her spay appointment scheduled for the end of Nov 2023, and has one more booster shot left to be completed. Otherwise, she is up to date on her vetting. **She has not yet been heartworm tested** ADOPTION PROCESS: taffyslegacy.com/adoption-process
We'll also keep you updated on Mila's adoption status with email updates.
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Mila

Presa Canario

Female, 1 yr 6 mos
Kitchener, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
MORE PHOTOS/VIDEOS: https://www.facebook.com/TLCRR https://www.instagram.com/taffyslegacycaninerescue https://www.taffyslegacy.com/mila Mila was adopted from animal control in August of 2023 by a friend of TLC's Director, someone they had met years ago in rescue. At the beginning of October, they received a call from animal control as they were listed as the emergency contact for their friend’s dogs. They were informed by the animal control officer that their friend had been taken by ambulance and that she was non-verbal. Unfortunately, their friend ended up having cancer and passed away two weeks later. First impressions: Dogs: Can be reactive to some dogs through her kennel, however we introduced her to Bob and the two of them hit it off immediately. She played rough from the get go and was “boxing” him with her paws relentlessly until he finally gave in and played. Her lack of boundaries with other dogs could get her into trouble as surely not all dogs would appreciate this overzealous playstyle. Cats: Unsure with cats, we will test her once she has settled in. Kids: Though we have not tested her with children we feel she would be best in an adult only home or a home with older dog savvy children. Her tail is a whip and she is a bit of a wild girl. Strangers: Friendly, outgoing, hyper and likes to jump up. Crate: Mila has been having frequent accidents in her kennel despite adequate let outs. We believe she is having accidents as an attention seeking behaviour and we are working to try to fulfill her through play with other dogs, exercise and training to curb this behaviour. Leash: A bit of a wild girl on leash, however she does settle fairly quickly and takes corrections well. Car Skills: Mila travels well and is quiet in the car so long as she is tethered/crated. We feel given her energy level she may be a bit of a pest if left loose. Energy Level: Medium. Mila is an energetic girl, but can be fulfilled through physical activities, such as walks and play, and mental stimulation activities like puzzles. Confidence: Fairly confident, however she would definitely benefit from a confident handler who will advocate for her and continue to build her up. Affection: Mila is extremely affectionate and loves pets, however she is a bit of an unruly puppy trapped in an adult dog’s body and likes to mouth, jump up and is overall a bit rude. Resources: Has not shown any issues with people or other dogs thus far, though we really haven’t had much opportunity to test this around other dogs. Behavioural: Mila is a wild child and as mentioned above, does enjoy practicing rude puppy behaviour (mouthing, jumping etc.). Training: This girl loves food and is eager to train. She is smart and offers behaviours readily. It will not take much to get her on her best behaviour so long as she has a consistent trainer. Best traits: affectionate, playful, silly and fun to train. Needs improvement: Discouraging jumping, mouthing and general bratty behaviour through training. ADOPTION PROCESS: taffyslegacy.com/adoption-process
We'll also keep you updated on Zara's adoption status with email updates.
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Zara

Great Dane

Female, Adult
Kitchener, ON
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Zara is currently living at a kennel enjoying her time playing and training. Zara is the sweetest and adored by all people who meet her.  Zara came into care after she was not doing well with strangers and the other pets in her previous home, and is looking for a furever home who can advocate for her and provide structure so she can be the best version of herself. She is good with strangers once she has had a slow and proper introduction - no forced touching or pressure! She does pick up on people being nervous, which makes her more nervous.  Zara is house and crate trained. She is lower energy and can get tired easily on hot days, but walks well on leash. She loves toys and her favorite game is fetch! At 130 pounds, Zara is tall and quite strong, and can be pushy about thresholds so she needs a confident handler who can teach her its polite to wait at doorways.  ​Zara is good with well-balanced dogs at the kennel and has several friends she socializes with regularly, however she does need proper introductions and structure when meeting new dogs. Zara can be uneasy around fast movement and can be jealous for attention. Zara would do best in a home with lots of structure and boundaries during the transition period. Zara came to us after killing a cat, and an altercation between her and a small dog that she had lived with for a few years.  She can also be skittish of unexpected movement or loud noises with a new handler. While Danes are bred to be more reserved with strangers and be protective, it is not uncommon for them to be insecure. With relationship focused training and advocating for her, Zara can be a perfect companion and an easy pup. Zara has met confident kids with proper introductions and done well, but she could easily knock them over as well, as she is 130lbs.  Zara's grooming needs are minimal, but she can be drooly after drinking and when she's had a lot of exercise. She is good when being groomed and not picky about her feet being touched.  Zara is a pretty easy low maintenance girl. She gets easily tired on walks in the heat, and enjoys fetch in the yard. She is quiet in the house and would do well living in an apartment or a detached home.  Zara is looking for a home who can advocate for her when she is nervous and build up her confidence. She would do best in a home that could continue her training and provide lots of structure and boundaries.  Here's what Zara's foster parents have to say about her:  "She has such a beautiful personality. So lovable, gentle and calm. For a big dog the only space she occupies is your heart. Everyone that meets her loves her and doesn’t want to leave without saying bye. If you are looking for a low energy companion who will follow you around or be independent when you need space and respects the boundaries you set, Zara is the family member for you." ​

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Standard Poodles In Need, Rescue - Kitchener

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Ontario Britts Rescue

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DIBS Rescue - Kitchener

Kitchener, ON N2G 4G7

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Pound Dog Rescue

P.O. Box 261, Drumbo, ON N0J 1G0

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DIBS Rescue - Waterloo

Waterloo, ON N2J 4A8

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Kitchener Waterloo Humane Society

250 Riverbend Drive, Kitchener, ON N2B 2E9

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Hobo Haven Pet Rescue

St Jacobs, ON N0B 2N0

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Stratford Perth Humane Society

125 Griffith Rd, Stratford, ON N5A 6S4

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Grand River All Breed Rescue

PO Box 32116, Preston Postal Outlet, Cambridge, ON N3H 5M2

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