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Eros (Foster-To-Adopt)

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Young
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Eros 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. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Eros / Male / 1 years old / 40 lbs / Lab Cross / Good with Dogs / Untested with Children / No Cats Please / From Mexico / Fostered in Toronto ** Follow Eros' journey on Instagram: @grace_tells_freya ** Introducing Eros! This active, playful, full of life guy is ready to meet his forever family. Eros is a cuddle bug who is sweet, smart and silly and will be sure to bring a smile to your face. Eros is medium energy, He is playful and enjoys chewing on toys. Eros is a great companion and really learns to trust his humans. With new people, Eros is shy and will look to his trusted family until he can gain your trust and love. Eros has not met any children but based on his personality, we think he’d be ok with dog-savvy kids. Eros loves high value treats including sausages. Use these for training and he’ll learn as much as you ask of him! Being a puppy, Eros is still learning his leash manners as he likes to get excited, he just can’t help it! He’s been working on this and has already shown great progress. Eros needs a family who is patient and will support him with basic training, manners, and leash skills. Eros would love a home with a backyard so he can run around and get his energy out, but he’d also be ok as long as he is provided with at least 2 walks a day and proper enrichment. With other dogs, Eros can’t always take a hint when reading other dogs body language. He is a puppy and wants to play, it’s in his nature! Eros currently lives with another dog and does well. We think he’d do well as a second dog to a patient dog who won’t mind if Eros gets into their space once in a while. He will need proper introductions. As for cats, Eros hasn’t had any exposure so right now he is seeking a cat-free home. Eros does show signs of prey drive. He sometimes will want to chase small animals so his adoptive family will need to work with him on this. Eros loves his crate and can be left alone for the day when his foster mom goes to work, as long as he gets a mid day potty break. Eros has been going to doggy daycare to gain confidence and has made many milestones in his training. But like we said, Eros trusts his people so his new family should be prepared for some regression and needs to be patient while continuing to work with him on his independence and helping him grow in his new home. Eros has been on behaviour medication but has since been weened off of them. He currently is not taking any medication. However, future adoptive families may want to consider using these as he transitions into a new home. Eros is a flight risk and our top priority in his furever home is safety. His forever family must take precautions to keep him safe and secure, including the purchase of a GPS tracker which will be required for adoption. If you're interested in fostering with the intention of adopting, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form Eros' 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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George (Foster-to-Adopt)

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 1 yr
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, 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 George into the Fetch + Releash family July 7th. In order for George to come into our care, we need a committed family. As a foster-to-adopt family, you'll be expected to take him home on his 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 their 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. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ George / Male / 1 yr / 60 lbs / Lab Mix / Sweet and Playful / From Tennessee Introducing George the charmer. This affectionate Lab mix is eager to share the simple joys of life with new human and canine companions. George's carefree and playful personality makes him an ideal addition to any family, ready to fill your home with laughter and love. George is eager to learn, however he has no formal training and will thrive with ongoing guidance and gentle reminders about his size. He can jump up when excited so we suggest a home with kids (8+) due to his size. He enjoys playtime with other dogs and is currently living alongside one of his littermates. It is not necessary for George to land in ahome with another dog as he is known to also hang out happily on his own. Opportunities to meet and make other canine friends will help him stay well socialized. For George to reach his full potential, his future family is encouraged to engage in training sessions, establishing routines, and set boundaries. George has only known a life outdoors so his new family will also need to be committed to working with him on all the basics. Everything from crate training, potty training, walking on leash and basic commands like sit, down, stay, etc. His family should expect to spend time offering several opportunities per day to walk, play, and provide enrichment as George learns how to live the good life. When he arrives in his new home, his family will need to be patient as it is important allow him to decompress. He may be shy at first but slow exposure to new experiences and people will allow him to flourish at her own pace. A home with a yard would be best as he is so used to having space to run and play. Play-based training helps build strong bonds. By engaging in interactive and fun activities, you not only nurture his intelligence but also build a connection that will last a lifetime. George is not just looking for a home; he's seeking a loving family committed to helping him thrive. If you're ready to open your heart and home to a devoted companion, consider adopting George. Together, you can embark on a journey of shared adventures, creating a bond that will bring joy and fulfillment to your life. If you’re interested in fostering with the intention of adopting, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form George'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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Fran (Foster-To-Adopt)

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Large)

Female, Young
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, 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 Fran into the Fetch + Releash family July 7th. In order for Fran 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 their 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. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fran / Female / 1 yr / 60 lbs / Lab Mix / Sweet and Gentle / Good Second Dog / From Tennessee Introducing Fran, a gorgeous lab mix hailing all the way from Tennessee. This sweetheart is on the hunt for her forever family, and can't wait to have a home of her very own. Fran, is true to her breed, loyal and loveable. We considered her the shyest of all her littermates as she finds comfort alongside her brother and looks to him for reassurance at times. Having never known a life alone we feel as though she would be most suitable alongside another dog in her forever home. A confident canine who is able to be her guide as she adjusts to her new life will prove as a great aid during her decompression period. Although Fran is somewhat of a dog's dog, she finds comfort basking in the love and affection of her trusted humans. It is expected she will be shy upon her arrival so slow and gentle introductions to new people and environments will ensure she is able to open up at her own pace. Her family will need to be patient as it is important to allow her to fully decompress, she has only known a life outdoors and it will be a big change of environment. A home with a yard would be best as she is so used to having space to run and play. Fran is a blank canvas and is ready to learn and grow 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. Learning to stay down and not jump up when excited to see her humans is a work in progress. We would recommend a family with dog savvy kids (8 years +). 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 Fran learns how to live the good life in Canada. A home with a yard would also be most suitable as Fran has always had the space to run and play freely. Fran's future family will find joy in incorporating training sessions, building routines, and setting gentle boundaries to ensure her success. She has a bright future ahead and we know her new family will enjoy the journey of watching Fran blossom into the incredible companion she is destined to be. Open your heart and home to a lifetime of amazing memories with Fran by your side. If you’re interested in fostering with the intention of adopting, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form Fran'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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Betty (Foster-To-Adopt)

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Large)

Female, Young
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 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 Betty into the Fetch + Releash family on July 7th. In order for Betty 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 their 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. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Betty / Female / 1.5 years / 60 lbs / Lab Mix / Loving and Playful / From Tennessee Introducing Betty, a delightful Lab mix hailing all the way from Tennessee. This black beauty is on the lookout for her forever family, and she can't wait to bring joy and companionship to a loving home. Betty has boundless enthusiasm for playtime. Whether with her humans or canine friends, Betty is happy go lucky. When she arrives in her new home her family will need to be patient as it is important allow her to decompress. She has only known a life outdoors and it will be a big change of environment. A home with a yard would be best as she is so used to having space to run and play. She may be shy at first but slow exposure to new experiences and people will allow her to flourish at her own pace. Her loving nature makes her an ideal fit for a family setting, where her affectionate and playful personality can shine. Betty has grown up with her littermates and enjoys having canine companions. She is currently living alongside another dog her size who matches her playful energy. We feel she could 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 is provided allowing her to make new friends. Betty 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 tend to jump up when excited. She loves to give hugs so a home with doggy savvy children (8 years +) would be most suitable. 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 Betty learns how to live the good life in Canada. Betty’s future family will find joy in incorporating training sessions, building routines, and setting boundaries to ensure her success. If you're looking to enrich your life with a furry friend who will bring warmth and excitement into your home, Betty is the perfect match. Betty is patiently waiting for a family to call her own, ready to fill your home with love and laughter. Open your heart to Betty, and together you will create life long memories. If you’re interested in fostering with the intention of adopting, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form Betty'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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Martha (Foster-To-Adopt)

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 July 7th, 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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Ruggie

Labrador Retriever

Male, 11 yrs
Mississsauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
I'm Ruggie, a wonderful companion dog! I'm a senior easy going, easy keeper kinda guy just happy to hang out with you -- on the deck, in the backyard, wherever. I'm healthy happy & have been well cared for all my life by the same family. Vet exam -- neutered; heart is healthy & no murmur; complete blood panel for all organ function values is perfect; teeth are clean & healthy; Temperament -- sweet, good natured, gentle; Microchipped. Ruggie is patient & gentle with the little floofs that trot around underneath & around him at home. He loads & rides nicely in the car -- loves to accompany the family on outings. Ruggie is quite comfortable & adaptive to new places. He displays such good house manners. Are you looking for a great senior pooch to hang out with? He'd like a reasonably level home with a minimum number of stairs & a fenced backyard. Family members need to be respectful. He can live with other small gentle dogs, a cat, other pets, Interested? Contact Mom Sue: sgaskell63@gmail.com Adoption fee: $375.

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