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Mukluk

Labrador Retriever German Shepherd Dog

Female, Adult
Cambridge, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Mukluk | Spayed Female | 2 Year | Northern Mix | 55 Pounds | Children: Yes | Dogs: No | Cats: No Meet Mukluk! Mukluk is mom to Stevie, Sawyer, Piper, Lola, Eddy, and Maverick. They all came from the great white north to find their forever homes in southern Ontario. Mukluk is a fantastic girl. She would be an amazing partner in crime. Mukluk would travel next to you anywhere you go with ease. A hike? ✅ A quick trip to get chicken nuggies? ✅ A car ride just to sight see? ✅ Following you to the bathroom? ✅ Wherever you are, She’d love to be too! Mukluk would prefer to be an only pet. She chases the cats in her foster so best to be small pet free. She may tolerate another dog, but really she just wants all the attention to herself. Someone home more often than not would be Mukluks dream! Mukluk is great with children of all ages! Mukluk’s most endearing qualities is her affectionate nature. She craves human companionship and thoroughly enjoys snuggling up for a good cuddle session. Prepare to be showered with love and warmth as she will happily be your loyal and devoted cuddle buddy. If you are an active individual or family who is ready to provide Mukluk with the love, exercise, and attention she deserves, then she might be the perfect match for you. With her outdoor-loving spirit and desire for cuddles, Mukluk is a dog waiting to bring joy and companionship to her forever home. Don't miss the chance to meet this incredible canine companion! Mukluk is spayed, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. She is being Fostered in Georgetown. 📌 Apply to adopt below! ⬇️ ⬇️ https://forms.gle/j3gCB3Rx4jxAJYmn9
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Daisy

Husky Labrador Retriever

Female, Puppy
Cambridge, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Pebbles | Female | 16 Weeks | Husky Mix| Dogs: Yes | Cats: Yes | Kids: Yes Meet Daisy! Daisy came down south with her brothers and sisters to find a new family! Daisy is a typical husky mix gal! She’s got a lot of energy and curiosity to do all the things! Pebbles would love a big backyard or an active person to get her energy out. Pebbles is a smart pup and is very food motivated. She is eager to learn and should be easy to train. Pebbles is fearless when it comes to many things… she loves to explore, that includes climbing and jumping and running all over the place. As mentioned before someone that is active, maybe goes on lots of hikes would really be ideal to Pebbles! She loves being outside and exploring the world. Although they may be cute, puppies are a lot of work! Puppies need families that are home often to continue working on their house training and socialization. Their adoptive family must be committed to registering them for obedience classes. Daisy is current on age appropriate vaccines. She is being fostered in Cambridge, ON. ? Apply to Adopt! ?????? https://forms.gle/rJ9kmorUvtBaeQAE6
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Chinook

Husky

Male, Puppy
Cambridge, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Chinook | Male ♂️ | 12 Weeks Old | Husky Mix 🐺 | Dogs: Yes | Cats: No | Kids:Yes Dating Bio: I love running in the yard, looking to find someone who can.play a good tug of war. Adoption Bio: Chinook loves going on walks around the neighborhood and stopping to sniff whatever is on his path. He loves to wrestle and play tug with his Labrador foster sister Willow. He sometimes gets the zoomies and loves running around in the yard like a race car. He LOVES playing with toys and laying on his bed chewing them. When he’s tired he snuggles up with his foster sister. Although he needs work with crate and house training he is a very fast learner and has improved so much since he came to stay with his foster home. He is good with basic commands such as “sit”, “lay down”, “leave it”, and “stay”. He does still bite sometimes in a playful way, but his fosters are working really hard to stop that and he is doing very well! Chinook has never been around cats so we don’t know how he will react with them. He is quite vocal and barks often, we are working on manners for that. He does a very good husky howl that is just the cutest. Chinook is current on vaccinations. He is located in Guelph, Ontario. 📌Apply to Adopt at the link in our bio!
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Ollie

English Springer Spaniel

Female, Young
Cambridge, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Ollie | Female | 12 Months | Setter Mix | Dogs: Yes | Cats: No| Kids: 14+ This is Ollie! Ollie is from Greece where she was found as a stray. She came to Canada to find a perfect home! Olive is a sweet, curious and affectionate girl. She loves her people and her companions, but requires patience with new people. Olive has a bite history - so she requires experienced large dog handlers. The gravity of this situation was precipitated by excitability and lack of training, as she was previously a street dog. She has since been at MNMK9 facility where she has been around other dogs and people with no concern for further bites. It is to be confirmed if this was a bite that broke skin or was more of a nip. Olive needs a home with lots of space to roam around, she will not thrive in an apartment/small space as she loves to snoop and wander. She needs enough space to roll around and be her silly self. Olive requires formal training on her leash skills as she is quite reactive and struggles not to pull. She is eager to approach other dogs and people. It’s not beneficial for Olive to meet other dogs on leash - rather in a fenced space unleashed. She lunges and this is a work in progress. Olive cannot live with cats, as she has a moderate prey drive. She is triggered by small animals and has a history of being too aggressive with the cats at her fosters home. It appears that she doesn’t understand her own size. Olive is a big girl, that is tall and strong. She needs lots of room to roam, which is why she requires a fenced in backyard. Until she has built her social skills around her reactivity, she needs to play in a large controlled environment. As for potty breaks, Olive is semi-house trained - as long as she has regular potty breaks (3-4 hours) there should be no concerns. She does require consistency, as she adjusts to a new space - as previously mentioned, she is coming from an outdoor boarding space, where she typically has free access to potty whenever she wants. Once she knows where to go, she should be perfect. She is very curious and hasn’t been in a formal home much. She has spent a majority of her training in a boarding/training space. Your home would require puppy-proofing, as she takes an interest in shoes/slippers and anything lingering on the floor. She loves a good stuffed Kong, lick-mats, brain-teaser games, snuffle mats or toys that she can chew on. She benefits from mental stimulation and enjoys keeping busy. Olive loves kisses and butt scratches. If she had it her way, she would be a couch dog. She loves to sit with her people and be pet. She is happy to lay with you when she is in sleepy mode, and is great in her crate overnight or when left alone. Ollie is looking for a family that will continue to invest in her training and socialization. Ollie is current on age appropriate vaccines, is spayed, and is microchipped. She is being fostered in Niagara Region, ON. ? Apply to Adopt! ?????? https://forms.gle/p3gqNi67HFEAhVpf9
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Snickers

Husky Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Female, Puppy
Cambridge, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Snickers will be available to go home on the 23rd of March! Snickers is a super cute, super fun loving gal! She loves to play with the other dogs in the household and is always down for a snuggle sesh. She is vaccinated and microchipped. She is located in Woodstock.
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Taffy

Husky Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Female, Puppy
Cambridge, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Taffy | Female | 14 Weeks | Northern Mix | Dogs: Yes | Cats: Yes | Kids: Yes Taffy was one of 8 born to the wonderful Tootsie Roll on Jan 27th! Little Miss Taffy is such a sweet, fun, loving, loyal pup! Her whole body wiggles when she wags her tail. She exudes happiness! She really enjoys car rides and is very calm, she usually falls asleep within minutes. She enjoys riding shotgun. She comes to work with me and spends most of the day sleeping or relaxing with a bone under my desk and you wouldn't even know she's there. She does like to have little play breaks here and there. (Don't we all?!) Taffy LOVES to play! She enjoys anything that squeaks, playing tug of war and fetch. Taffy would benefit from a fenced yard as she loves to run and play.  Taffy is a typical curious puppy so she needs to be supervised or contained so her curiosity/boredom doesn't get her into trouble with chewing things she shouldn't. Taffy is very interested in people food but we are working on that and she settles quick once she realizes she's not getting any.  Taffy has met some children and has been nervous upon meeting them as she is with meeting any new people but she was gentle. I think she would be great with children who know how to act around puppies. She's great with our teenagers. Taffy loves to be out exploring on nature walks where we can get away from the hustle and bustle of people and cars. She likes to chase blowing leaves and bugs! Taffy can be quite nervous if there are new people or other dogs around but she is getting more confident on our street. We've been spending time sitting outside the front of the house to build her confidence. Initially she usually tries to run back to the house but then she'll just and watch as they walk by. We will be working on slow introductions to show her how fun other dogs can be.  Taffy loves working/thinking for her meals, especially when her kibble is wrapped in a dish cloth and tied in a knot! Just eating out of the bowl is a bit boring for her but she will do that sometimes.  Taffy can sit and usually comes when she's called. We're working on lay down, stay and shake a paw. She's doing very well with house training! She's very good about doing her business quickly when she goes out and usually  goes to the door when she needs to go out. We are working on crate/pen training. She does enjoy being in crates to have a treat or chew on a bone so it's going well. It may be due to her age but she does seems to have some separation anxiety.  Currently she has not been left alone as she gets quite anxious but we're confident that with continued crate training this will improve.  Taffy was of course an adorable teeny puppy but she is really growing into her looks and is a stunning dog with beautiful markings. People often compliment her on her beautiful colours and appearance. She has unique hind legs with double dew claws on her back feet. Taffy is a lovely girl, she will make an awesome addition to a family! Although they may be cute, puppies are a lot of work! Puppies need families that are home often to continue working on their house training and socialization. Their adoptive family must be committed to registering them for obedience classes. Taffy is current on age appropriate vaccines. She is being fostered in Cambridge, ON. 📌 Apply to Adopt! ⬇️ https://forms.gle/eUHpAWmHhUvmVQ8C6

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DIBS Rescue - Brantford

Brantford, ON N3P 1T3

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Rescue Dogs Match

6-425 Hespeler Rd, #375, Cambridge, ON N1R 8J6

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Cambridge & District Humane Society

1650 Dunbar Road, Cambridge, ON N1R 8J5

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Halfway Home K9 Rescue - Cambridge

Cambridge, ON N1R 6Z5

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Love on Four Paws

627 Park Road North, Brantford, ON N3T 5L8

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Canadian Royal Potcake Rescue

cambridge, ON N3C 0C8

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PVCA Cambridge Ontario

Cambridge, ON N3H 1W1

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Danes in Distress

1309 Michael Crescent, Cambridge, ON N3H 2R1

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Grand River All Breed Rescue

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

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