The following article is part of an ongoing effort to help homeless dogs in and around the Toronto/Hamilton area find suitable and loving homes. Currently, the need is great but the homes are few. Your help is desperately needed.
Speaking of Dogs Rescue of Toronto, Ontario recently took in a little Shih Tzu/Pekingese mix named Stevie that is totally blind.
This dear fellow is 8 years old and his medium-length coat is white/cream and red/chestnut in color. He’s a real beauty and thankfully, is not experiencing any pain due to his blindness. However, Stevie will need a home where stairs can be blocked off so he does not fall and any new owner must be cognizant of the safety factors involved in caring for him.
Rescue staff said he is “one of the sweetest dogs you will ever meet. He loves everyone – kids, other dogs, cats, men, women, rabbits.”
Stevie is neutered, up-to-date on his routine shots and house trained. If you are interested in knowing more about this sweet boy, please contact Speaking of Dogs Rescue by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and put ‘Pet Inquiry: Stevie PFId#2323726244’ in the subject line. You can also call 416.444.4190.
An adoption application is available for download HERE.
Speaking of Dogs Rescue is an organization dedicated to educating and enlightening people about dogs through seminars, workshop forums and their web site. The organization’s goal is to help end cruelty, abandonment, mistreatment and homelessness of man’s best friend.
Adoption applicants are carefully screened for suitability and compatibility, as well as criteria related to care and commitment. After an initial interview, you will be asked to provide references and agree to a home check prior to the placement of a dog. An adoption contract must be signed and dated and an adoption fee is required.
Did You Know?
A Pet Cemetery in Ontario is seeking new owners that are compassionate and financially able to take it over. If you love living in the country, not far from a city, contact Myrna or Lloyd at 519.866.3243. You will find an article about this site HERE and the pet cemetery web site HERE.
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Canadian Shih Tzu Club
Hamilton/Burlington SPCA Pets for Adoption
Humane Society of Canada
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