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Flat-Coated Retriever puppies and dogs in Toronto, Ontario

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Flat-Coated Retriever

Male, 1 yr
Newmarket, ON
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
TEDDY 🖤 This adorable guy is Teddy. Located in BRANTFORD, ON Weight: He is approximately 50 lbs. Good with dogs: Teddy ignores small dogs and likes to wrestle with bigger dogs. Teddy does best with submissive dogs or dogs that can recognize when he has had enough of playing. He would do best as an only pet. Good with cats: No Good with kids: Teddy would do best in a home without children. Housetrained: In progress. Crate Trained: Yes Leash Trained: Teddy is great on the leash. He requires the occasional reminder not to pull but responds very quickly to corrections. He knows basic commands like sit and down. He knows to stay until he is told “free”. As well he knows “place”. Energy level: High Health Concerns: None HW status: Negative Spay/neutered?: Yes Tell us about this dog: Teddy is a great dog but he is not for first time dog owners. He is extremely lovable and is always happy to see you. He has a few quirks worth noting. First off, he has springs as feet! This boy can jump. He would make an excellent agility or watersport competitor. Secondly, when he wags has tail his entire backend moves - he has a wiggly butt. It is absolutely adorable. Finally, Teddy has anxiety and reactivity. Teddy's foster parents have attended private training lessons and report that he is learning appropriate means of dealing with his anxiety and reactivity. He wants to please and is a quick learner. On going training would be extremely beneficial to both Teddy and his future adopters to help them both bond and understand each other's needs and expectations. You can find my form " Rescue Dog Adoption Application" at:

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Labrador Retriever

Male, 4 yrs 5 mos
Toronto, ON
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
**This dog is being fostered on Vancouver island but can be transported to the mainland. Apply to adopt here: lastminutedogrescue.comThis dog is currently in foster care, and is ready to be adopted! Corbin has come a LONG way since he arrived in Canada last summer and moved into a home for the first time in his life. He was a feral dog in Texas in his previous life, and lived with his sister on the edges of society, always between people, surviving by not being caught until one day he was. Suddenly this regal dog found himself trembling on the cold hard floor of a shelter, on the list to be killed. Its easy to understand why its hard for Corbin to feel safe around anyone but other dogs, but for the past year hes been developing an appreciation for life as a domestic house dog and his true character has slowly been emerging. Corbin will always feel most comfortable in the company of other dogs, and loves most of the usual things dogs love. Hes wild about going on walks, especially in the forest, and will happily spend his day hunting and harassing rodents. He loves sprinting freely across a grassy yard now, something he never had the chance to do in Houston. A frozen marrow bone in his crate delights him for a few hours of luxurious chewing. Watching him revel in life is an absolute joy! He enjoys head and butt scratches, and will sometimes even ask for affection. However, the instinct to stay out of reach runs deep in this handsome dog. He will not come when called; he will at best follow other dogs who do, but even then will stay at distance from accompanying humans. He isnt at all aggressive in the least, just very shy and wary. Every day he grows more confident, so much so that now hes ready to take on any bicycles and pickup trucks that have the nerve to pass him on the street.Corbins best life includes a large fenced-in yard and at least one, preferably more, other friendly dogs. Hes pretty curious about most things, even if hes a bit scared, so hed probably do ok in a either suburban or rural environment. A busy city would be too much for someone whos afraid of people getting close enough to touch him. Hes not a dog to adopt if youre looking for someone to play fetch with. Corbins the boy for someone whos content to make a deserving dogs dreams come true, where he can lounge peacefully in the sunshine, chase chippies and explore the neighbourhood with his pack mates.Corbin was born with bad hip dysplasia on one side, and doesnt like to use his rear right leg. He still gets around fine on 3 legs and can run faster than you! He does appreciate a daily pain reliever like gabapentin.Apply to adopt this animal at lastminutedogrescue.comName: CorbinWeight: ~55 poundsAge: ~3 yearsGender: MaleBreed: Lab mixColour: BlackMedical (past and present) & HW Status: HW negative; requires pain management for severe hip dysplasia Fixed: YesGood with adults: ShyGood with kids: UnknownGood with dogs: YesGood with cats: UnknownHouse trained: Working on it! Corbin is still skittish, so you can't reprimand him for peeing in the house as this will cause him to piddle. Poor baby.Crate trained: YesCrate aggressive: NoFood aggressive: NoLeash trained: YesEnergy level: LowSuitable for an apartment: Depends on specificsCan be handled: YesBarker: No
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Labrador Retriever American Bulldog

Female, 2 yrs 5 mos
Toronto, ON
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
*** This dog is in Texas and is scheduled to come up when an adoptive family is found. To submit an application, please visit ***We think Buttons was abused as she is extremely timid of people. She would not be a good dog to have off leash as she is a high flight risk. However that doesn't mean she doesn't want to be loved. You can see in her eyes that she wants to be held, however her fear of people trumps this. Her best quality is that she is a very easy dog. No real issues except needing time to warm up to her new people. She's sort of a 'background' dog as she doesn't cause much trouble and stays out of the way of the other dogs. The foster has never really had to worry about her. She stays in a pack of 10 dogs in a large fenced area, on a farm with 26 other foster dogs. She would do best in a quiet home where she has time to warm up and people can let her decompress and relax in a safe place until she is ready to come out of her shell. Name: ButtonsWeight: ~50 lbsAge: ~ 3 yearsGender: FemaleBreed: Lab XColour: Black with white stripe on chestMedical (past and present) & HW Status: Negative Fixed: YesGood with adults: Yes but shyGood with kids: YesGood with dogs: YesGood with cats: NoHouse trained: Working on itCrate trained: YesCrate aggressive: NoFood aggressive: Can be towards other dogs, not peopleLeash trained: Working on itEnergy level: MediumSuitable for an apartment: No (barker)Can be handled: Yes but slowly as she is shyBarker: Can be if something excites her (like a horse on the farm or a person walking by)
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Labrador Retriever Rhodesian Ridgeback

Female, 2 yrs 4 mos
Toronto, ON
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
*** This dog is in Texas and is scheduled to come up when an adoptive family is found. To submit an application, please visit ***The foster took Star from a rescue quite some time ago (1 year) when she was about 6 months of age. Star was just a high energy puppy who was saved from the kill shelter. The rescue unfortunately was unable to commit to finding Star a home and the foster ended up taking over responsibility. The foster approached our rescue and asked us to help as a significant time had gone by without them being able to find a suitable home in Texas. She currently lives with 26 other dogs on a large farm in Texas. She still acts like a puppy and doesn't understand her size, but with proper correction, she deep down REALLY wants to please people, it's just hard for her to contain her excitement. What is Star's 'thing'?? She absolutely LOVES belly rubs. She will lay down and let you pet her until you're exhausted. She LOVES to play fetch but forgets to bring the ball back. She will take the ball and take off with it/run around the yard. She hasn't had a way to really get her energy out sufficiently and just needs some one-on-one training with her new adopter. She doesn't know the basics as no one has been able to give her the time of day as they're quite busy with all the other rescues. Star is very friendly and loves people. She gets super excited as a typical Lab would when a human comes up. Name: StarWeight: ~ 40 LbsAge: ~ 2 yearsGender: FemaleBreed: Lab XColour: Chocolate/Light BrownMedical (past and present) & HW Status: NegativeFixed: YesGood with adults: Yes but mouthy (like a puppy), will need some boundaries set.Good with kids: Older only, as she is very mouthyGood with dogs: Dominant dog. Would only be good with other submissive dogs/proper introsGood with cats: NoHouse trained: Working on itCrate trained: Yes, but will bark occasionallyCrate aggressive: NoFood aggressive: Towards other dogs, not people. Leash trained: Working on itEnergy level: HighSuitable for an apartment: NoCan be handled: YesBarker: Yes

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