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 Shih Tzu/Poodle mix named Halley. Her owner has abandoned her.
This 10-year-old girl is just 8 pounds. She has a medium-length coat and her colors are primarily white/cream, gray/blue/silver. Shelter staff describes Halley as “loving, sweet and kind.”
When she arrived, she was full of tangles and had dirty feet but will be seeing a groomer. She also had rotten teeth and at least three abscesses that must have caused her terrible pain. She has already had surgery to take care of these problems.
Now Halley is a happy girl, livelier and more outgoing. She loves going outside to do her business but does have some accidents. She also appears to have hearing and vision problems, so she will need a very special owner to take care of her. She can’t see to go up and down stairs, so some areas of her future home will need to be gated off.
Due to her problems, Halley needs an owner who will be home during the day to ensure her safety. She is spayed and up-to-date on her routine shots.
If you have the time, patience and love to show this sweet girl, please contact Speaking of Dogs Rescue by email at email@example.com and put ‘Pet Inquiry: Hailey PFId2324444214’ in the subject line. You can also call 416.444.4190.
You can view a video of Hallie HERE.
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.
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