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Labrador Retriever puppies and dogs in Toronto, Ontario

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These Labrador Retrievers are available in Toronto, Ontario.
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Heather

Labrador Retriever Shiba Inu

Female, 9 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Heather - Heather -------------------- Name: Heather Age: 4 months and a half (Born on June 15th) Gender: Female Weight: 10 kilograms Breed: Mix (Mother is a Labrador mix, Father is a mix breed) Vaccination and Neutering: Vaccination is complete, and neutering is planned for the future. Relationship with adults: Heather is friendly and likes people but can be a bit restless. She's a lively pup and resembles her mom in both looks and temperament. Relationship with kids: Heather hasn't met kids, but she seems to be friendly and approachable. Relationship with other dogs: She gets along well with her siblings and has been trained not to play too roughly. She can adjust and play in a controlled manner. Relationship with cats: Heather has met a cat but approached it too enthusiastically. She didn't show aggression but needs to learn some manners. House training: Heather mostly does her business indoors and is good with pee pads. Energy level: Being a young large breed puppy, her energy level is high. Ongoing training is necessary to make her attentive to human commands. Separation anxiety/Barking: Heather doesn't have separation anxiety and doesn't bark much even when playing actively. Touch and handling: Heather enjoys being touched and licking instead of nipping. She has been trained to lick rather than nip. She likes being close to people. Walking on the leash: She is a bit unsure about collars and harnesses but enjoys walks. Escape artist: Heather doesn't try to escape but may push through a low fence to approach people. Rescue Story: Heather was rescued from a difficult situation. She had her right front leg amputated when she was just two months old, and she suffered from gangrene. Despite receiving no medical treatment, she was left tied up in a stone yard. She was discovered in distress and rescued.
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Polly

Labrador Retriever Shiba Inu

Female, 9 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Polly - Polly -------------------- Name: Polly Age: 4 and a half months (born on June 15th) Gender: Female Weight: 10 kilograms Breed: Mixed (mother is a Labrador mix, father is a mixed breed) Vaccination/Neutering: All vaccinations are completed, and neutering is planned for the future as Polly is still young. Relationship with Adults: Polly is friendly and approachable to people, even when meeting someone for the first time. Relationship with Kids: Polly appears to be just as friendly with children as she is with adults. Relationship with Other Dogs: Polly enjoys playing with other dogs at daycare. Before attending daycare, she spent time with her siblings and received training to moderate their play. Relationship with Cats: Although Polly hasn't met any cats yet, she seems interested in playing, so she may need to learn some manners. House Training: Polly mostly does her business indoors and uses pee pads effectively. Energy Level: As a young large breed puppy, Polly has a high energy level. However, she has received consistent training at daycare and is responsive to human commands. Separation Anxiety/Barking: Polly and her siblings do not experience separation anxiety and are not prone to excessive barking, even during lively play. Touch and Handling: Polly enjoys being touched and is well-behaved when meeting new people. Walking on a Leash: Polly is somewhat unfamiliar with a leash and harness but enjoys going for walks. Escape Attempts: While Polly doesn't attempt to escape with the intention of running away, she might try to get closer to people by crossing low fences. Rescue Story: Two years ago, near the equestrian center I frequent, there was a dog named Yellen, who is Polly's mother. Yellen was just a puppy at that time, and I've been taking care of her since. In June 2023, Yellen gave birth to seven puppies, and I've been looking after them ever since. The restaurant owners, a husband and wife, wanted the puppies to find good homes, so they entrusted them to me. The puppies stayed with their mother for the first two months, nursing and transitioning to solid food. Three of them have already been adopted, and the remaining four are under our care. Polly spent the last month in a hotel/daycare, having fun with people and other dogs, while the other three puppies are still being fostered in our home.
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Polly

Labrador Retriever

Female, 9 mos
Toronto, 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
Name: Polly Age: 7 months (Born on June 15th) Gender: Female Weight: 17 kilograms Breed: Mix (Mother is a Labrador mix, Father is a mix) Vaccination and Neutralization: Both completed Relationship with Adults: Polly approaches people well and calmly snuggles with strangers. Excellent social skills with adults. Relationship with Kids: Similar to adults, Polly has excellent social skills with children. Relationship with Other Dogs: Enjoys playing with other dogs at daycare. Was raised with siblings before daycare, ensuring moderate play and control. Relationship with Cats: Has not encountered cats yet. Will conduct a cat test if necessary. House Training: Primarily does indoor toilet training, but may need retraining when the environment changes. Energy Level: As a young large breed puppy, Polly has a high energy level. Has received continuous training at daycare and pays good attention to human instructions. Separation Anxiety/Barking: No separation anxiety. Polly and other siblings play actively without excessive barking. Touch and Handling: Enjoys being touched by people and calmly snuggles with strangers. Walks on the Leash: A bit awkward with collars and harnesses but shows no resistance. Enjoys walks. Escape Artist: Jumps low fences well, but not for the purpose of escaping. Stays close to people and other dogs, no tendency to run away from humans. Rescue Story: Two years ago, Polly's mother, named Yellen, came to a restaurant near a horse riding stable where rescuers frequented. Since then, I have been caring for Polly, especially after Yellen gave birth to seven puppies in June. The restaurant owners wish to adopt out all the dogs, and they have entrusted them to me. Polly and another dog, BamBi, have been staying at a hotel/ daycare for the past few months, enjoying time with people and other dogs. The other two dogs are currently under my foster care at home.
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Guleum

Labrador Retriever Jindo

Male, 3 yrs
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Personality: Gentle, calm, and slightly slow-paced Interaction with females: Friendly Interaction with males: Friendly Interaction with children: Friendly Interaction with other dogs: Friendly Interaction with cats: Has not lived with cats, but shows no signs of aggression or strong reaction when seeing cats during walks Potty trained: Outdoor potty trained, uses indoor pee pads when necessary Crate trained: No experience with crate training Energy level: Medium to low Touchable and handleable: Does not mind human touch and can be handled. When touched, he raises his front paws and asks for more touch or lies down. Barking tendency: No excessive barking or demanding barking Tendency to run away: None. Responds well to recall Appetite issues: Has a good appetite. Food-driven but does not show any problem behavior such as fighting with other dogs due to food possessiveness. Current diet: Eats well, both dry food and treats. Takes medication without difficulty. Drinks plenty of water. Walks with a collar: Possible Responsive lead to people or dogs: Does not react strongly when seeing other dogs or people while on a leash. Can be oblivious to the surroundings. Good in the car: Gets onto the car by himself and sits calmly, looking out the window or resting. Destructive behavior: None Needs a house with a yard: It would be beneficial to have a yard where he can go out frequently to urinate, as he drinks a lot of water. Needs to live with other dogs: Does not matter Suitable for apartment living: Can live in an apartment as long as his outdoor activity needs are met. Does not bark, show aggression, or fear strangers. Can also handle elevators well.
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Flurry

Labrador Retriever American Bulldog

Male, 4 yrs 3 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Flurry's whole existence centers around being a good boy. He absolutely LOVES everyone, and is eager to show off how smart and obedient he is. He's been thriving in a foster home with several adults, and is an easy-going, jolly member of their busy household. They've been teaching him everything he needs to learn about domestic life, and he's been excelling so much that they've gotten him a set of talking buttons. We'll keep you posted on what he has to say! Weight: ~70 poundsGender: Male, NeuteredBreed: Lab XColour: WhiteMedical (past and present) & HW Status: Treated for HW; UTDGood with adults: YesGood with kids: YesGood with dogs: Needs proper introductionsGood with cats: NoHouse trained: YesCrate trained: YesCrate aggressive: Towards other dogs but never towards humansFood aggressive: Towards other dogs but never towards humans, will need to be fed separatelyLeash trained: Getting there!Energy level: MediumSuitable for an apartment: NoCan be handled: YesBarker: Not so far
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Costa

Labrador Retriever Hound (Unknown Type)

Male, 3 yrs 11 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
When you read Costa's story, you will feel very heartbroken but you will understand how special he is. Costa was rescued from a municipal shelter. He was literally just skin and bones. Rescuers took him out of the shelter just before he would lose his life. With love, care and proper feeding, he became an amazing and happy pup. Now he is waiting for his forever family. Costa is 3-year-old male and we assume he is a Cretan Hound / Lab mix. His favourite activity is swimming. He is always extremely friendly and he loves to give hugs whenever he sees his humans. He is very well with his dog friends and he loves to play and run with them. He has not tested with cats or kids. He is very smart and easy to train. We think he will be very loyal to his family. Costa will be a great outdoor activity partner too. Please watch his before/after video! Costa will be picked up in Toronto.

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These Labrador Retrievers are available for adoption close to Toronto, Ontario.
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Bob

Labrador Retriever Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Male, Senior
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Bob is a great dog! He has the temperament and personality of a lab. He’s easy-going, affectionate, goofy and totally focused on his humans. He has a lot of energy when he needs it - loves walks and bolting around the yard. That being said, his exercise needs are pretty flexible. When the weather is inclement, he’s just as happy to lounge indoors and still crashes for the night around 8. Bob is good with basic commands (sit, down, stay) and comes reliably when called. He likes learning new things - lives to impress his humans. He loves new people, gets along with any dog and ignores cats. There’s not much else to say. Basically, Bob is a great dog. He’s a lot of fun to have around - sweet, fearless, always up for anything. April 12, 2024, 10:31 am
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LEO

Labrador Retriever Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Male, 5 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Leo, the adorable 6 month old Lab Corgi mix with a heart as sweet as his face! This delightful little guy who is ready to steal your heart with his charming personality and over-the-top cuteness! Leo is still in the puppy phase, which means he`s eager to explore the world and check out everything in sight. Leo is a bundle of energy that would do best with a family that is up to the challenge of puppyhood - from potty training adventures to ensuring he grows up with good behaviour and manners.This precious pup boasts an absolutely gorgeous coat and shorr legs that go fast as a bolt lightning that adds to his undeniable charm! He will make a fun active addition to any home and of course give loads of love!Don`t miss the chance to make Leo a cherished member of your family! If you are interested in meeting this lovely guy, please give our North Shelter a call at (416) 338-7297(PAWS) between 10:30am - 6:30pm.Thank you!
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COMET

Labrador Retriever Catahoula Leopard Dog

Male, 2 yrs
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Comet: A Loveable 2-Year-Old Lab CrossComet is a delightful 2-year-old, neutered lab cross with a heart as big as his playful spirit. Rescued and brought into the shelter, Comet initially felt nervous around new faces. However, as time went by and he settled into shelter life, Comet blossomed into a confident and affectionate boy.This charming canine has won over the hearts of shelter staff with his warm demeanor and gentle nature. He`s become a familiar face, greeting everyone with wagging tail and eager eyes.Comet`s love for canine companionship knows no bounds. He adores spending time with other dogs, eagerly engaging in playful romps and joyful antics. His sociable nature makes him a paw-some playmate for any furry friend he meets.While Comet hasn`t had the chance to interact with cats or children during his time at the shelter, his friendly disposition suggests that he could easily become their best buddy too. With a bit of patience and proper introduction, Comet is sure to charm his way into the hearts of all he meets.With lots of love to give and a heart full of affection, Comet is ready to embark on his next adventure: finding a forever home where he can share his boundless joy and unwavering loyalty with a loving family. Could you be the one to open your heart and home to this lovable lab mix?To arrange a meeting with Comet, please contact Toronto Animal Services North Shelter at (416) 338-7297 between 10:30am-6:30pm.
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MARTHA

Labrador Retriever

Female, 7 yrs 4 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Miss Martha!The sweetest senior in town! Independent yet cuddly, Martha has a curious spirit that led her to the shelter. She`s a dog who`ll turn your everyday into an adventure and she makes sure to spread joy wherever she goes! With her sweet nature and love for cuddles, she`ll make your home happy and bright! If you`re looking for a cuddly, curious, and independent soul to share life`s adventures with, Martha is your girl!Martha`s enthusiasm for life is infectious, and she approaches each day with boundless energy and a zest for adventure. She has a habit of barking to express her excitement, especially when meeting new friends or encountering something interesting. This behavior is a reflection of her outgoing and lively personality. Martha`s playful nature shines through in everything she does. She loves engaging in games of fetch, going for long walks, and exploring her surroundings with her human companions.Despite her age, Martha is still very much young at heart and enjoys playtime just as much as any puppy. She loves to chase after toys and revels in the joy of simple pleasures. While in the shelter she has made some other doggy friends, though she would appreciate someone to help her socialize better with a variety of dogs. Martha`s ideal family would be patient, understanding, and committed to providing her with the love and care she deserves. They would appreciate her playful nature and be willing to embrace her as a cherished member of the family.If you`re searching for a loyal companion who will greet each day with enthusiasm and affection, Martha may be the perfect match for you! If you think Martha might be the right companion, then contact Toronto Animal Services West Shelter at 416-338-6271 to start the adoption process. Please note we are still operating by appointment only.
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Blossom

Labrador Retriever German Shepherd Dog

Female, Young
Etobicoke, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
House-trained,
Story
Blossom is sweet, playful, and patient!Blossom is a bundle of joy who loves human attention, making her the perfect companion for fun-filled adventures. Blossom quickly warms up to you with her confident and affectionate nature, making every moment together special.ABOUT BLOSSOM: - 1 year-old (approximately), Lab/Shepherd Mix, Female, 50 lbs - Blossom came to EHS as an unclaimed stray - Blossom knows basic commands well; sit, down, wait, touch, etc.- Blossom was tested once and responded well with both dogs and cats, making her a potential friendly companion for a household with pets, this would have to be tested at a meet and greet with a potential adopter- Blossom is house-trained, microchipped and has core vaccinations (will be spayed before adoption)BLOSSOM'S IDEAL HOME:- Patient and willing to continue her training, particularly on walks and leash manners - Blossom's ideal home is one that appreciates her energetic nature, providing plenty of opportunities for play, exercise, and fun activities to keep her happy and fulfilled- Blossom thrives on mental stimulation through puzzles and toys, making her ideal home one that provides engaging activities to keep her mind active and happy- No young children, at least at first- A home with a fully fenced yard providing her with a safe and secure space to play and explore to her heart's contentIs your heart ready to bloom with Blossom's love? If you are interested in meeting and possibly adopting Blossom please fill in our online adoption application. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to meet Blossom once pre-approved for adoption. If you have questions about Blossom or our adoption process please contact her adoption coordinator at: emd.ehs@gmail.com
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Leo

Labrador Retriever

Male, Young
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
We brought this fur baby home two and half years ago - while me and my ex-husband were still together. We had safety to take good care of him then but now I am extremely hurt that I am unable to withstand this responsibility on my own. If I can find a beautiful home / family to love him like their son and I have extreme satisfaction knowing he will be treated with humaneness, kindness and empathy - along with regular compassion for me to be able to see him regularly till I feel we are comfortable keeping him with you for as long as you are happy to keep him. If that means fostering I am happy to work with that arrangement. He is a cuddler so if you are someone who loves to keep him next to you, all day, he is your boy, although he loves to laze around on his own with his toys in a corner when you are busy. You will be on cloud 9 with this boy - he is my baby boy forever. He needs to be taken out for his walk twice to thrice a day to keep him fresh.

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SWAN

Golden Retriever Labrador Retriever

Female, 1 yr 10 mos
Toronto, 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
Are you ready to add a little extra happiness to your life? Meet Swan, a one-and-a-half-year-old sweet Female Golden Retriever mix. Swan weighs 55 pounds and she is a fully vaccinated and spayed bundle of joy. She is very friendly with women, men and children! She also loves to play with other dogs. She has not been around cats yet, so we don’t know how she tolerates them quite yet, however she has shown ZERO signs of aggression in the past. As a golden retriever mix, Swan has great energy levels! She loves to play and wag her tail, but she is also very relaxed and calm as well. Swan is fully potty and crate trained and has shown to have great doggy manners. She doesn’t destroy or chew on household items and is not a barker. After being rescued from a Korean dog shelter she is ready to find her furever family to get all the love and affection she deserves. If you’re interested in adopting Swan, please don’t hesitate to reach out! Let’s make Swan a tail-wagging success story! 🐾🐕 1. Name: Swan 2. Variety: Golden Retriever Mix 3. Age: born in May 2022 4. Gender: female 5. Weight: 55Ibs 6. Neutralization Surgery and vaccination: Completed 7.Good with women? YES 8.Good with men? YES 9.Good with children? YES 10.Good with other dogs? YES 11.Good with cats? Not verified 12.Any type of aggression at any particular situations? No 13.Any prey drive? NO 14.Energy level? Middle. 2-3 out of 5 15.Leash trained? YES. 16.Crate trained? Yes. 17.House trained? Yes 18.Does the dog bark? How much and when? She is not a barker. 19.Flight risk? No 20.Does the dog like to be touched? Any issues with touching anywhere specific on the dog’s body? She likes to be petted. 21.Destroys and chews anything in the house? No. 22.Possessive towards food or toys or etc. with humans and/or other dogs? No 23.Any past or present health issues? No health issues. 24.Rescue story? She was rescued from a high kill shelter in Korea. 👉👉Please Apply to Adopt Swan at www.welcomepawsrescue.org
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Waffles

Golden Retriever

Male, 2 yrs 8 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Background: Waffles has had quite the journey before finding his way to us. Originally living on the streets of Turkey, he was picked up by the municipal shelter, where life was tough and uncertain. Fortunately, kind-hearted volunteers intervened, rescuing him from the shelter's grim fate. Despite being released back onto the streets, fate led him back to the shelter, where he was once again taken in. Eventually, a compassionate rescue organization in Istanbul learned about Waffles and provided him with the safety and care he deserves. Personality: Waffles is a charming and intelligent dog who has quickly stolen the hearts of everyone he meets. He's incredibly social, getting along well with both cats and dogs, and he absolutely adores people. With his handsome appearance and warm personality, Waffles is sure to bring joy and laughter to any home lucky enough to welcome him. Ideal Home: Waffles is searching for his forever home, where he can finally experience the love and stability he deserves. He thrives on companionship and would do well in a home where he can spend plenty of time with his human family. A household with other pets would be a bonus, as Waffles enjoys the company of both cats and dogs. He's also very smart and would benefit from continued mental stimulation and training. Waffles is eagerly awaiting the chance to become a cherished member of your family and bring endless happiness into your life. Waffles can fly to Toronto or Vancouver when he finds his forever home! If you're interested in giving Waffles the loving home he's been dreaming of, please fill out our adoption form; https://www.cheers2paws.org/dog-adoption-form
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Truffle

Chesapeake Bay Retriever Labrador Retriever

Female, 3 yrs 1 mo
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
🐾 Name: Truffle 🎂 Age: Approximately 3 years old 🐕 Breed: Retriever Mix (based on her look) 📝 Background: Truffle's story begins with uncertainty, as she was found waiting at the entrance door of the shelter in Turkey. Her past remains a mystery, but one thing is clear – she's not happy in the shelter environment. Despite this, Truffle's sweet nature shines through, and she's eagerly awaiting the chance to find her forever home. 😊 Personality: Truffle is a gentle and affectionate soul who longs for companionship and love. Though her time at the shelter has been challenging, she remains resilient and hopeful. Truffle gets along well with both dogs and people, showcasing her friendly and sociable nature. With a bit of patience and understanding, she'll surely blossom into a loyal and devoted companion. 🏡 Ideal Home: Truffle is seeking a forever home where she can feel safe, loved, and cherished. She'd thrive in a nurturing environment with a loving family who can provide her with the attention and care she deserves. A home with another dog companion could be beneficial for Truffle, as she enjoys the company of her canine friends. Above all, Truffle is looking for a place to call her own, where she can finally experience the happiness she deserves. 📍 Location: Currently in a private shelter in Istanbul, Turkey Truffle can fly to Toronto or Vancouver when she finds her forever home! If you are interested in adopting her please apply; https://www.cheers2paws.org/dog-adoption-form

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Speaking of Dogs Rescue

Toronto, ON M9W 3L8

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Welcome Paws rescue - Toronto Transport

Toronto, ON M6N 1V3

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Welcome Paws rescue - Toronto Transport

Toronto, ON M6N 1V3

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Welcome Paws rescue - Toronto Transport

Toronto, ON M6N 1V3

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3.5 miles

Welcome Paws rescue - Toronto Transport

Toronto, ON M6N 1V3

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4.4 miles

City of Toronto Animal Services North Region

1300 Sheppard Avenue West, Toronto, ON M3K 2A6

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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4.4 miles

City of Toronto Animal Services North Region

1300 Sheppard Avenue West, Toronto, ON M3K 2A6

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4.9 miles

City of Toronto Animal Services West Region

146 The East Mall, Toronto, ON M8Z 5V5

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4.9 miles

Etobicoke Humane Society

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

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6.2 miles

Last Minute Luckies

Toronto, ON M6G 1C5

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