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Pandora

Labrador Retriever

Female, 5 yrs
Hamilton, 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
🖤ADOPT PANDORA🖤 F | 5Y | 23 KG | Mixed breed | Spayed | UTD on shots | Housebroken | Crate Trained | Good with dogs | Cat tested | Not kid tested | Fostered in London Pandora's name tells you it all—just like in Greek mythology, she is a gorgeous maiden who is seen as a gift to everyone. This doggo melts hearts like ice cream on a hot summer day! With tons of affection to share, she is eagerly looking for her forever home to shower in cuddles. This active girl loves to go for walks and learn neat tricks. She enjoys being mentally stimulated, whether with fun toys or a day of play. A bit introverted, Pandora needs some time to warm up to others (furry friends and humans alike). She is curious to meet other dogs but needs the right support and introductions to truly befriend them. Similar to people, Pandora would prefer you introduce her to your human friends outside the home to calm her nerves. Pandora still struggles with her fear of noises, this is something to be mindful of while you work together to help her become comfortable with her new life. She is also a flight risk within the first couple of weeks, meaning even in a fully enclosed yard and in the house - it's important to keep that leash on until she's fully decompressed and settled in. Playful Pandora needs a family to help her navigate this crazy world and give her the patience and training she needs to thrive. With proper structure and boundary setting, she will surely shine!
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Cheddar

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Large)

Male, Puppy
Hamilton, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Cheddar is a 6-10mo black lab cross, fostered in Hamilton. He is just over 50 lbs. He's not done growing - he'll be a big boy!. Cheddar is a fun-loving ball of floppy, tumbling cuddles, and a jolly guy who is always wagging his tail and by extension his entire back half. He loves running around the yard, playing with people, and dogs. And chewing up whatever he can get his teeth on - toys, crocs, etc. He’s good with other dogs and will appreciate a home with another dog. Once comfortable in his home, he can get a bit territorial about "his space" (i.e. his street, his home, his driveway) when a new dog is approaching. The same can be said for new people in his home. But with lots of treats, he quickly warms up. He'll need some help to learn that it is okay to make new friends. He’s also cat-tested and while he annoys them by trying to play, he understands when it’s time to back off. He is not tested with young children, but did very well with older adult houseguests. Food and praise (but especially food) motivate him, so he is very trainable. He has mastered potty training, with a very rare accident. He is working on leash training to be less of a puller. He can be a little stubborn and when he thinks it’s time to turn around, he will sit down in silent protest. At the end of the day, he loves a good cuddle on the couch or in bed and he is starting to get really good at sleeping in his crate. Being alone is hard for such a social guy and he will need help working on that. Cheddar will be a wonderful addition to any family looking for a happy puppy who is always excited to see you! If you are interested in this dog or any other available dog... please head to www.texaschihuahuarescuecanada.org and apply to adopt. Or if you are preapproved, use the email you have been given. DISCLAIMER: I understand that the breed, health, age, nature or temperament of the TXCR adopted dog is not guaranteed. I understand that said dog is a rescue that has come from the streets or shelters and that there is no history on this animal.
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Lenny & Violet

Labrador Retriever

Male, Young
Welland, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
I am desperately looking for a forever home to an experienced dog lover. My two babies are beautiful purebred Labrador Retrievers, Lenny and Violet. They are both a beautiful, soft black colour and came from the same breeder, so they are brother and sister and have been together since birth. They are extremely bonded to one another and that is why they need to be adopted together. They are both high energy, amazing with other dogs, as they have both been socialized with other dogs since pups, great with children, house broken and love their dog park trips, walks and fetching sticks in the water. Lenny and violet have been the best companions and the smartest and most amazing pups I have ever had but unfortunately, due to the loss of my oldest daughter, my son and I are moving to Nova Scotia to be closer to my mom and grandparents. This has been an extremely hard decision to mak, but the least I can do is make sure my beautiful babies find their forever home.
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Daisy

Labrador Retriever Husky

Female, Young
Cambridge, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Daisy 🌼 | Female ♀️ | 8 Months Old | Northern Mix 🐺 | Dogs: Yes | Cats: Unknown | Kids: Yes Dating Bio: In search of that special partner to go on all of life's adventures with. Adoption Bio: Daisy is a giant, loveable puppy who doesn't quite know her size yet. She's full of energy when she wants to play, especially with her teething toys. Daisy is a docile, submissive pup who immediately rolls onto her back to play with the other dogs or to get a belly rub! She is pretty shy, and she is timid with loud noises, people, or other dogs. Walking is not her favourite part of the day, she'd rather run around with her foster dog siblings. She's learning to go sit at the door when she needs to go outside! Daisy has been with her fosters since December 8th and is such a good dog who has been overlooked by potential adopters. She is full of energy and is playful! She is pretty shy, and she is timid with loud noises, people, or other dogs. Though she warms up quickly! Daisy is a very kind and special dog who has waited for a home for a while. Let's find her a forever home! She is current on age appropriate vaccines, spayed, microchipped, and is being fostered in Cambridge, ON. 📌Apply to Adopt at the link in our bio. https://forms.gle/rJfNgo5PYSKgzn5p8
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Martha - Adoption Pending

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Young
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
FOSTER-TO-ADOPT HOMES NEEDED!! ***Please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form*** We would love to welcome Martha into the Fetch + Releash family on September 15, 2024 (subject to change). In order for Martha to come into our care, we need a committed family. As a foster-to-adopt family, you'll be expected to take her home on her arrival date. You will then 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 her new forever family can be found. Each bio was created by our rescue partners based on their interactions with the dogs. Fetch + Releash has a full disclosure policy however we cannot guarantee a dog against parasites or diseases, nor can we guarantee a dog's nature/behaviour. Many of these dogs are coming directly from the shelter and so you should expect there to be a transitional period. Be prepared to deal with common issues like potty training, leash walking, and socialization. Cat and kid safety assessments are often based on their personality and not necessarily on actual interactions. Where possible, the majority of vetting will be completed prior to coming to Canada, however, foster-to-adopt families may be required to travel to our partner vet in Mississauga, ON for further vet care. 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. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Martha / Female / 1.5 years / 60 pounds / Lab Mix / from Tennessee Introducing Martha, a delightful Lab mix hailing all the way from Tennessee. This vibrant and playful sweetheart is on the lookout for her forever family, and she can't wait to bring joy and companionship to a loving home. Martha, along with her equally charming littermates, loves soaking up the attention from her trusted people and playing with furry friends. Due to where she currently resides, she has limited exposure to new people so it is expected for her to be a little shy at first. She is the most confident of her siblings but with a drastic change to her environment it is likely she will need time to adjust to her new surroundings. Giving her time to decompress once in her new home will allow her true colours to come alive. Her loving nature makes her an ideal fit for a family setting, where her playful personality can shine. Martha has grown up with her littermates and enjoys having canine companions. She currently lives alongside another dog who is larger than her. We feel she would be equally happy to be the only dog in her new home to soak up all the attention for herself as long as proper socialization and play time are provided with other canine friends. Martha is ready to continue learning and growing with her forever family. While she's developed well, ongoing guidance and reminders about her size will help her flourish in her new environment, especially around children as she can be excitable and jump up. Dog savvy children (8 years+) would be best for her future home. Her new family will need to be committed to working with her on all the basics—everything from crate training, potty training, walking on leash and basic commands. Her family should expect to spend time offering several opportunities per day to walk, play, and provide enrichment as Martha learns how to live the good life in Canada. Martha has never been exposed to cats but we feel as though a home with a feline would not be the right match for her. Martha's future family will find joy in incorporating training sessions, building routines, and setting gentle boundaries to ensure her success. If you're ready to welcome a bundle of love and energy into your home, Martha is eager to become your loyal companion. Let's make Martha's dreams of a forever home come true – could you be the one to bring her home? If you’re interested in fostering with the intention of adopting, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form Martha's adoption fee is $850 To learn more about our adoption fees and the foster-to-adopt process, please visit our FAQs at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/about-us#about-faqs.
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Hammy (Foster-To-Adopt)

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 1 yr 5 mos
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hammy 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. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hammy / Male / 1.5 years old / 53 pounds / Lab Mix / Needs to be the Only Dog / Good with Cats / Good with Kids Aged 10+ / From Tennessee / Fostered in Toronto ** Follow Hammy’s adventures on Instagram: @twoqueersandafosterdog Meet Hammy! Hammy’s foster describes him as the silliest, happiest, and goofiest boy around! Hammy came to us from Tennessee where he was surrendered when his previous owner could no longer care for him. At only a year and a half old, he’s ready to put his past behind him and start a new adventure in Canada! Hammy is a happy-go-lucky guy who loves going for walks, playing games, and snuggling with his favourite humans. He definitely enjoys being around his people. He is a big snuggler and loves to lay his head in his human’s lap for a little snooze. Around new people at first he may react by jumping and barking. His ideal home would be an adult only home with experienced owners. Hammy would do best in a low key home with a calm atmosphere where he is the only dog-although he would do well with a resident cat. A condo would not be recommended due to potential to be in close proximity with other dogs he may react to. He would love a fenced yard to run in, but it’s not a necessity. Hammy is a medium high energy boy who will need multiple walks a day. He loves his walks so much he sometimes brings a stuffed toy with him to show off. He is currently working on his loose leash walking and is making great progress. He will pull when he sees wildlife but his fosters are working on this with him. Hammy is very food motivated and eager to please his people. He does very well with training. He knows sit, down, spin, and touch. He has been left alone all day and is given free reign of the house with no issues. Hammy is such a special boy who may take some time to warm up, but once he does, he will be your best friend for life! He has some unique requirements for his home, but if given the right set up-he will flourish! Hammy’s adoption fee is $850. To learn more about our adoption fees and the foster-to-adopt process, please visit our FAQs at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/about-us#about-faqs.

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Fetch + Releash Dog Rescue

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Niagara Falls, ON L2E 5J4

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Guelph Humane Society

500 Wellington Street, West, P.O. Box 684, Guelph, ON N1H 6L3

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Finn's Rescue Ranch and Sanctuary - Ontario Transport

Niagara On The Lake, ON L0S 1J0

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Etobicoke Humane Society

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

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City of Toronto Animal Services West Region

146 The East Mall, Toronto, ON M8Z 5V5

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Pound Dog Rescue

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

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