Dogs Looking for Loving Homes

Beautiful Lady

Hi. I am a beautiful female, shepherd mix (4-5 years old) and was rescued in the Dundela area. I am very calm, very friendly and house-trained. I don’t understand what has happened, but I am looking forward to a new forever home.

Oliver is My Name…(Adopted)

Hi. My name is Oliver, and I am an extremely friendly, four year old black Lab mix looking to be loved. I was rescued in the Williamsburg area, and I can tell you I love the outdoors…although, I could probably learn to enjoy a little indoor cuddle time too! I am a large dog and am so looking forwarded to being welcomed into a loving, forever home. To meet me or any of the other 11 dogs here at the South Dundas shelter please call 613-543-2980

Bulldog with Special Needs

Hi. I am a purebred female American Bull Dog. I am about four years old and house trained. I am very protective. Because I will need some special attention, it is advised that anyone who might be interested in providing me with a forever home to please call the South Dundas Animal Shelter at 613-543-2980 and speak to Kevin.


Little Lass Needs a Home (Adopted)

Hi. I’m a bit of a mystery, but Kevin thinks I am a lab-shepherd mix because of my tri-colours, black white and tan. The ladies who took my picture think I am adorable with my spotted front feet and big white patch. I am still a puppy, (female about five months old) and I was very excited to see them…just as friendly as could be. I was rescued in the Moose Creek area. 

There are 11 dogs!!! at the South 

Dundas shelter looking for homes. For 

information or to meet the dogs please call Kevin at 613-543-2980.

Dog licenses must be purchased at the time of adoption.  There are no set adoption fees, however, food or financial donations are expected and determined by the length of stay and size of the dog. 

 This is a public service column. The Leader accepts no responsibilityfor the dogs or the adoption process.


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