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Samoyed puppies and dogs in British Columbia

Looking for a Samoyed puppy or dog in British Columbia? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Samoyed near you.

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Below are our newest added Samoyeds available for adoption in British Columbia. To see more adoptable Samoyeds in British Columbia, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Biscuit(D)

Samoyed

Female, 2 yrs
Port Coquitlam, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
Story
Meet BISCUIT! She is a sweet and joyful- Samoyed girl who loves people. She was found with a broken bone which was an indicaton of physical abuse, but thankfully she was rescued by our rescue team. Yet-She still loves people and loves to play with other dogs! Behaviours from the foster mom : She is very gentle, cheerful and very affectionate. She loves people- and also she absolutely loves playing with other doggie freinds. She is good with kids, as well- She might get a bit jealousy though, because she loves people so much. If you have a cat at home- Biscuit will show interest in a cat, but she won't be aggresive, She is just curious :) She isn't a big barker, but she may bark a couple of times when she eats her food and she gets excited :D She loves walking with her hooman. She has walk in her wheelchair, but she loves running and smelling all the new exciting smell. She is pad-trained well. She never damanged the house- and she doesn't have any aggresive behavior issue. Biscuit may have a disability in her leg, but she brings all the joy and happiness to us with her positive and lovely spirit! and She absolutely loves her hoomans even though she was abused by some people in the past. She is such a lovely and an inspiring girl who shows what real love is :D Biscuit is absolutely ready to be your loving family :) Allergy/health issues: Biscuit's right hind leg bone was broken and necrosis on her paw pad and toes were severe. The vet tried their best to stop it, but we couldn't stop it getting worse. But, The vet was able to save her leg and the top of her foot. This is why she has disability in her right hind leg. However, her bones in her legs and joints has no issues at all. Other than a bit of disability in her right-hind leg, she is absolultely healthy- She can even run around with out wheelchair. She is just a happy, sweet and a gentle girl with full of joy!
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Iceberg

Samoyed

Male, Adult
Kelowna, BC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Story
Craving the soft snuggles of a yeti-like snow-loving stunning-eyed bestest boy? Look snow further!! 🩵 In fact … Jon Snow be damned, you can bring home your own majestic direwolf today!🐺 - That's me!! I am the stunning direwolf they speak of and my name is … Iceberg baby! 🧊 I wanted to throw in an excellent ice pun here, but the problem is that it's just slipped my mind. 😉 I am a floofy 3 year-old Samoyed / Husky cross clocking in at just over 60 pounds! I love other doggos and my ideal home would be an active one with another pup to play with. 🐾 Not only do I look like winter, I sure love it!! Let me play in the snow, roll in a snowbank and lie on the ice and I will be one happy pup! ❄️ Do you love adventuring in the snow? We're going to have snowww much fun!! Just try not to lose sight of me in all that white. ☃️ Something else that might go missing in the snow? My dish, I like to try to sneak it outside and bury it - you've been warned! In fact, I do have a bad habit of attempting to sneak off with some of my favourite things – food dishes, socks, used kleenex. You get it. 🧦 I am a strong pup and need a steady hand, but I do walk well on the leash with good guidance. I am not a fan of staying in the kennel and much prefer to snuggle up to you. I am also a picky eater and not motivated by treats. While I am fully potty trained, I have tried marking when another dog is in the house, but I listen well and am learning that it is not appropriate behaviour. ❌ When chilling inside I do enjoy some bones and toys, and there's been no issues with chewing. Love at frost sight? Learn more at the link below. 🩵🤍💙 - Iceberg is not suitable for a home with cats.
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Tangi

Samoyed/American Eskimo Dog

Male, 2 yrs
Port Coquitlam, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
Story
Meet Tangi🩵 Tangi kept wagging his tail and staring at people even he finds people far from him. Tangi seems to say "I'm here". When people get closer to him, he acts happily. He was rescued from Korean city shelter right before euthanasia. *health issue: being treated for heartworm infection
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Pumpkin

Samoyed/Jindo

Male, 2 yrs 3 mos
Vancouver, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
I'm a 2-year-old male Cream-colored Samoyed and Jindo mix, and I have a story to tell you. In 2021, when I was just a little pup, I, along with my mom and siblings, was abandoned near a creek. Luckily, the kind folks at the Yongin Protection Association rescued us and brought me to a shelter. I've been waiting patiently for a family to call my own ever since. I'm a real sweetheart, you know. I love people, get along great with other dogs, and I'm always up for some playtime. It doesn't take me long to warm up to new faces; I'll be nudging you for pets and attention in no time. When it comes to meeting other doggy pals, I'm all for it—I'm friendly and love making new friends. However, being cooped up in the shelter has left me a bit unaccustomed to the outside world. When I first step out for a walk, I get so excited that I tend to pull on the leash. But don't worry, once I've had a good run around and let out some energy, I settle down to a more leisurely pace. That's when my playful side really shines—I'll show you just how charming and adorable I can be. One special thing about me is that I'm not much of a barker, and I'm quite well-behaved in my crate. So, if you're looking for a companion who brings joy without the noise, I might just be the one for you! https://youtu.be/8OVIqiqF_Go?si=fr027T3O1Dzn8opI https://youtu.be/HOugrw0G_Ew?si=r8TuPH9p_4qT4rf5 https://youtu.be/G-kY7LemLX4?si=k8ktWS01_L2fT8Fg
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Carrot

Samoyed/Jindo

Male, 2 yrs 3 mos
Vancouver, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
I'm Carrot, a charming 2-year-old Samoyed Jindo mix looking for my forever home. My journey began in 2021 when I, along with my mom and siblings, was sadly abandoned near a stream. Fortunately, Yongin Animal Protection Association in S. Korea rescued me, and now I'm ready to share my love with you. I might be a bit shy at first, but my love for people knows no bounds. I warm up quickly, and before you know it, I'll be nuzzling against you for those cherished cuddles. My social skills extend to my furry friends too; I get along famously with other dogs and am always eager to make new acquaintances. I'm leash-trained and well-behaved in my kennel. I have a moderate energy level, so after our adventures, I'm content to lounge and relax by your side. Oh, and during our walks, I might leave a little mark to let others know I've been there—it's just my way of saying hello! I'm not possessive about food, and barking is not my style. Let's embark on this journey together—filled with wagging tails, shared moments, and everlasting love. https://youtu.be/p2fh5ZN-Pmo?si=WknE4vcSLh9EdpG2 https://youtu.be/G-kY7LemLX4?si=k8ktWS01_L2fT8Fg

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Samoyed shelters & rescues in British Columbia

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Paws It Forward Dog Rescue Society

PO BOX 23129, Kelowna , BC V1X 2W8

Pet Types: dogs

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Samoyed information

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Where do Samoyeds come from? How many types of Samoyeds are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Samoyed.

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