Fall in Love With An Adoptable Dog – Ontario Edition



Here’s a small collection of a few very special dogs currently looking for Forever Homes … Please share !



Terrier Mix: An adoptable dog in Toronto, ON
Medium • Young • Male

*** Martino is not at the Etobicoke Veterinary Hospital *** Martino was in a high-kill shelter in Colombia, but has sinced been moved to a foster home. He was found on the street by one of the volunteers at the shelter and he is in desperate need of a good home. He is a neutered male and up-to-date with vaccines. He has a very calm laid-back personality. He loves people and is great with other dogs, still not sure how he is with cats or children.

His adoption fee is $900-1000 which will go towards his flight to bring him to Toronto.

We will arrange the flight for his new owner. If interested please call 416 745 4700 and ask for Chris or e-mail Claudia at claudiabohorquez@rogers.com

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary colors: White or Cream, Apricot or Beige • Coat length: Medium




Boston Terrier/Chihuahua Mix: An adoptable dog in Innisfil, ON
Small • Baby • Male

Dash is a 10 week old male Boston Terrier/Chihuahua mix puppy, born to a single breed Boston Terrier Mom. Dash was the largest of the four puppies. His foster mom quotes “Dash is shaped like a 45 gallon drum, his neck and body is about the same girth, his head reminiscent of a bear”. Dash is black and brindle colour, and his fur is soft and fluffy. Dash was soon known as the adventurer of the litter, first one out of the whelping box, first one to eat solid food, and first one to use the puppy training pads. He has a very outgoing personality and is very intelligent. He is very lovable and affectionate. Blaze’s adopter will have to be patient and guide this little guy through all the housetraining skills, and teach obedience skills as would be expected for any new puppy. Blaze’s adoption fee is $500.00. He will be neutered prior to adoption, and we anticipate him being able to go to his new home at the beginning of February.

If you think Dash would be a good match for your family, the first step is the adoption application, available for download from www.bostonterrierrescuecanada.com

Although we are pleased to answer specific questions about our rescued dogs, we cannot proceed until we have your application in hand.

BEFORE YOU APPLY…we ask that you carefully read the general information about our adoption policies available on our website (including home visit requirements and adoption fees, and also that you be sure you meet the specific requirements for the Boston you are interested in adopting.

We do not ship our dogs — Dash is currently being fostered in SUDBURY, ONTARIO

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • Primary colors: Black, Brindle • Coat length: Short



Miniature Pinscher/Chihuahua Mix: An adoptable dog in Toronto, ON
Small • Adult • Female


GINGER is located in Ottawa. Counting down to a new life! Ginger was recently freed from a Quebec puppy mill-possibly the first act of kindness she’s ever experienced. She is a min-pin chi cross. This sweet girl was frightened at first but she warmed up very quickly and is now part of her foster family. She loves to play with big and small dogs and is very gentle. She has recovered very nicely from her spay and now has beautiful sparkling white teeth after a much needed dental. Ginger loves to play with toys, especially her ball, she will chase it and bring it back for more play. She loves to snuggle up on any available lap and is very giving of her affections. She has already mastered her house manners and will do her business outside! She responds to basic commands and she is crate trained. Ginger prefers to sleep in a crate at night, but definitely loves to snuggle up during the day when napping. Ginger would be an excellent addition for any family, She would do extremely well as an only dog or with another dog for her to play with, and also with a family with children over 8, as she loves to chase balls. If you would like to adopt Ginger, please fill out an adoption application. You can also purchase a sweater and/or blanket for her, or any of our other fosters. Please consider becoming a CCRT Sponsorship Angel for any of our fosters, by making a cash donation towards their care. for more information please visit our website http://www.ccrt.net

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary colors: Black, Red, Chestnut or Orange • Coat length: Short



Dachshund: An adoptable dog in Toronto, ON
Small • Young • Male

Whats up! My name is Mr. Green kinda funny, right? Im a 1.5 year old, blue and tan long-haired little man. I am tiny at about 10 lbs and am virtually hairless on my body, besides my little skirt! I am up-to-date on my vaccinations and neutered; Im just looking for that special someone to love me for me! I was released from a puppy mill and I aint never looking back. I am very sweet and cute, so says my foster ma! I like playing with other doggies, women and kids who are kind to me but I am just absolutely terrified of men! I will tense up, freeze or run to hide. I will need a woman-only home or in a home where the man of the family has lots of patience and is willing to work really hard to gain my trust! Foster mom says I am super snuggly and affectionate! I am learning about crate training and leash training but please have some patience with me! My potty skills also need some work, but I am young and if youre committed, I know we can figure it out together. Did I mention I am super cute?! Hope to hear from you soon! Mr. Green Mr. Green is absolutely darling, loving and affectionate! He is oh so adorable too! However, being born into a puppy mill and spending the first year and a half of his life in a cage has left some scars on the sweet boy. He is so terrified of men and if there are going to be men in his life they will need to be incredibly patient, understanding and committed to working with Mr. Green. He also will need continual work on his housetraining as this is completely new to him. If youre looking for a little snuggle bug and are committed to helping Mr. Green discover what being a dog is all about than fill out an adoption application today!

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • Prefers a home without: young children • Primary colors: Brown or Chocolate, Yellow, Tan, Blond or Fawn • Coat length: Medium

Canadian Dachshund Rescue, Ontario, Toronto, ON



Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler): An adoptable dog in Keswick, ON
Medium • Adult • Male

Austin came to the shelter as a stray Jan 26 from Vivian Side Rd in Stouffville. 1-800-898-8606. Austin is 3 years old. The adoption fee is $250 and includes vaccinations, spay/neuter, deworming, microchip and a Veterinarian checkup.

Pet ID: 20472 • Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • Prefers a home without: young children • Primary colors: Merle (Blue), Brown or Chocolate • Coat length: Short

Georgina Animal Control and Adoption Centre, Keswick, ON    1-800-898-8606



English Coonhound/Hound Mix: An adoptable dog in Brampton, ON
Large • Senior • Male

Please contact Jean (houndrescue@yahoo.ca) for more information about this pet.

Are you looking for a laid-back kinda guy to lay at your feet and go for nice relaxing walks?  Then look no further, I could be the one you are looking for!

About Charly:   Charly is a handsome older guy who is a very gentle soul.  Charly loves to sleep on a soft bed.  He is very sweet and is learning to walk on a leash.  He loves to sniff everything.  He is quiet and loves to go for walks and the dog parks.  Charly will make a wonderful companion!  He is about 9 years ‘young’.

Pet ID: Gentle Jake’s Coonhound R • Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary colors: Red, Chestnut or Orange, White or Cream • Coat length: Short





Cocker Spaniel: An adoptable dog in Toronto, ON
Medium • Adult • Female

SWEET COCKER SPANIEL FROM PUPPY MILL MORE INFORMATION TO COME but if interested please email us Dogs are still getting adjusted to foster homes and new life! All these dogs are gentle and kind, but apprehensive in certain social settings and need time, patience and positive experiences to gain confidence All dogs are very well adjusted to other dogs and would be fine with cats Because they can be skittish we are not recommending small children due to the fact that young children can be loud, unsteady on their feet and move quickly. These actions would frightened the dogs. Thank you for understanding

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary colors: Apricot or Beige, White or Cream • Coat length: Medium

Speaking of Dogs Rescue, Toronto, ON

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