Peetoo & Meetoo Would like to be adopted together. Miniature poodles, 3-4 yrs, males, not neutered. Possibly French. Obviously two, very well cared for dogs and obviously raised together. These two young gentlemen were strays and although the Shelter has reached out through Facebook and searched various lost online lost dog sites, their owners were not found. They were not wearing tags and not micro-chipped. A reminder of the importance of identification to all pet owners, even those with small dogs that wouldn't normally leave the home environment.
Shep: Possible purebred, female Shepherd 1-2 yrs. Could be spayed. House-trained, well mannered, obedient girl. Gentle, follows commands. Would make an ideal pet. Very smart, well behaved dog looking for a place where she will be loved and protected forever.
Carly: 2-3 yrs, Rottweiler, extremely strong, well-built healthy girl. Friendly. Likely raised indoor/outdoor. Not likely spayed. Appears to have had pups. Has not shown aggression at the Shelter, but is not happy at being confined in a kennel. Would likely need a home/family experienced in working with a very physically strong and heavily-built dog.
Bella: 3.5 yr old Walker Hound. Female, not likely spayed. House trained pet, friendly & very quiet for a hound. Lovely girl who demonstrates a very mature attitude. It has been noted that she does not bark much, even when new people come to the shelter. An attractive, mid-sized girl, that we suspect may have been raised as a family pet.
Yeller: 1.5 yr, male, yellow lab mix. Neutered, all shots done by shelter so adoption fee to cover vet costs. Needs house & puppy training. Wonderful dog. Very smart and quick to learn. Would make a wonderful addition to any family. Loves to play and have fun and is still enjoying his puppy ways. Yeller has been at the Shelter for several months and is so very lonesome for a family and home to call his home that it is heart-breaking.
Interested in adopting ? Call Kevin at the South Dundas Animal Shelter 613-543-2980 or 613-913-1476
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