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Adopted Animals

Crocs – Adopted February 2024!

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CROCS

Breed: Pittie Mix (Dad unknown)
Gender: Male
Age: Born in December 2023
Size: Small but growing each day!

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Energy Level: We are young puppies - lots of playing, rest and learning to be done! 
House trained?
Working on it!

Kids? Cats? Dogs? With proper introductions, supervision and separation as they transition 

Medical Needs: I've just had my first ever vaccine and vet checkup, so will need my boosters and of course my neuter surgery too

About Me:

Hi I'm Crocs! I am around almost 8 weeks old and starting the search for my furever home!

I am just a baby who will need my family to be proactive and understand that these next few weeks are the most important in my life. Early socialization is where I learn about the big wide human world that we have to live in. There are going to be so many new things I have yet to experience. I need a home that will look at my body language and understand when I may be fearful of something new. I'd love a family that will take me to basic puppy classes to get me off on the right start! A family that is patient and loving is what I would like the most. I need a home that is committed to me and ready to give me a life with love and adventure for the rest of my years.

Are you ready to give me the WHOLE package - endless love, positive & considered socialisation experiences, training using positive reinforcement methods, high quality nutrition, vet care as required, and all that puppies need as they grow into dogs?

Remember - adopting a puppy is a huge commitment and these next few weeks and months of their lives are critical in puppy development and socialisation! For more information about preparing to raise a puppy, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell and have a few copies at WAG for purchase. If you're ready to offer a warm and supportive environment to a young and determined puppy like me, please consider filling out an adoption application today.
I'm excited to find a loving family that will help me grow into a happy and healthy dog! The first stage to adoption via WAG is always to fill in an application form first, and then we will be in touch about the next steps. Thank you!

My Perfect Match:

- Able to provide a calm, nurturing environment with people that will pay attention to my  body language to understand how I feel

- Is ready for the 10+ year commitment

- Loves everything puppy

- Will continue with basic training, I will need a post-adoption training appointment or Puppy classes with a WAG approved trainer

- Lots of patience!

- Will use food as a motivator

- Will love me forever no matter what, quirks and all!

- I need a home that is committed to me and ready to give me a life with love and adventure for the rest of my years.

My Story:

WAG was contacted when the guardians of my mom 'Turmeric' were no longer able to take care of her, and her soon to come litter of puppies. We were born in a calm, quiet foster home where our mom was able to relax and provide us a great start to life! Our foster pawrents quickly fell in love with Turmeric and chose to adopt her officially, luckily for her she will be able to concentrate on being a doggo herself and won't have any more litters of puppies to care for in her future.

Now its time for me and my 11 siblings to find loving homes of our own too!

If you can't adopt me at this time, please consider donating towards our care and others like us who need help the most. Litters of puppies are adorable, but tend to require a lot of resources and can have long stays at WAG whilst waiting for their loving homes. Shelters across the Province are currently overstretched, please be responsible by spaying and neutering your pets to do you part in preventing unexpected litters locally. 

NOTE: If you require assistance in spaying or neutering your own current pets, please contact WAG to find out more about our FANS program (financial assistance for neuters and spays).  

Sox – Adopted February 2024!

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SOX

Breed: Pittie Mix (Dad unknown)
Gender: Male
Age: Born in December 2023
Size: Small but growing each day!

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Energy Level: We are young puppies - lots of playing, rest and learning to be done! 
House trained?
Working on it!

Kids? Cats? Dogs? With proper introductions, supervision and separation as they transition 

Medical Needs: I've just had my first ever vaccine and vet checkup, so will need my boosters and of course my neuter surgery too

About Me:

Hi I'm Sox! I am around almost 8 weeks old and starting the search for my furever home!

I am just a baby who will need my family to be proactive and understand that these next few weeks are the most important in my life. Early socialization is where I learn about the big wide human world that we have to live in. There are going to be so many new things I have yet to experience. I need a home that will look at my body language and understand when I may be fearful of something new. I'd love a family that will take me to basic puppy classes to get me off on the right start! A family that is patient and loving is what I would like the most. I need a home that is committed to me and ready to give me a life with love and adventure for the rest of my years.

Are you ready to give me the WHOLE package - endless love, positive & considered socialisation experiences, training using positive reinforcement methods, high quality nutrition, vet care as required, and all that puppies need as they grow into dogs?

Remember - adopting a puppy is a huge commitment and these next few weeks and months of their lives are critical in puppy development and socialisation! For more information about preparing to raise a puppy, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell and have a few copies at WAG for purchase. If you're ready to offer a warm and supportive environment to a young and determined puppy like me, please consider filling out an adoption application today.
I'm excited to find a loving family that will help me grow into a happy and healthy dog! The first stage to adoption via WAG is always to fill in an application form first, and then we will be in touch about the next steps. Thank you!

My Perfect Match:

- Able to provide a calm, nurturing environment with people that will pay attention to my  body language to understand how I feel

- Is ready for the 10+ year commitment

- Loves everything puppy

- Will continue with basic training, I will need a post-adoption training appointment or Puppy classes with a WAG approved trainer

- Lots of patience!

- Will use food as a motivator

- Will love me forever no matter what, quirks and all!

- I need a home that is committed to me and ready to give me a life with love and adventure for the rest of my years.

My Story:

WAG was contacted when the guardians of my mom 'Turmeric' were no longer able to take care of her, and her soon to come litter of puppies. We were born in a calm, quiet foster home where our mom was able to relax and provide us a great start to life! Our foster pawrents quickly fell in love with Turmeric and chose to adopt her officially, luckily for her she will be able to concentrate on being a doggo herself and won't have any more litters of puppies to care for in her future.

Now its time for me and my 11 siblings to find loving homes of our own too!

If you can't adopt me at this time, please consider donating towards our care and others like us who need help the most. Litters of puppies are adorable, but tend to require a lot of resources and can have long stays at WAG whilst waiting for their loving homes. Shelters across the Province are currently overstretched, please be responsible by spaying and neutering your pets to do you part in preventing unexpected litters locally. 

NOTE: If you require assistance in spaying or neutering your own current pets, please contact WAG to find out more about our FANS program (financial assistance for neuters and spays).  

Rum – Adopted December 2023!

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RUM

Breed: Pittie Mix 
Gender: Male
Age: Approx. 12-14 weeks old 
Size: Small but growing

 

 

Critical Care graphic

Energy Level: We are young puppies and our energy levels are increasing as we settle in and gain weight! Lots of play and lots of rest required!
House trained?
Working on it!

Kids? Calm families who can understand that we are nervous and haven't had much socialisation up to this point 

Cats? Dogs? Potentially, with proper separation and supervision 

Medical Needs: I've just had my first ever vaccines so will need my boosters, continued de-worming course, weight gain, neuter when I am ready. NOTE: the vet noted on my health report that I have a very mild malocclusion which gives me my charming smile! This should be monitored moving forward. 

About Me:

Hi I'm Rum! They say that me and Bourbon are the two most excitable boys, but I say I am full of character and so many fun times to come. I'm full of energy but if you hang out with me long enough you'll be sure the snuggly side of me and all of my charming potential. I can't wait to find my humans and family, and get the heck out of the shelter! 

I'm an adorable young puppy currently looking for a caring and nurturing forever home where I can continue my journey to health and happiness for the rest of my years! Me, mom and my five siblings recently arrived at WAG when we were in urgent need of medical care, nutritional help, warmth and a whole lotta TLC. Thanks to WAG's Critical Care program, it was possible for us to come to the shelter and get the attention we needed in order to thrive.

We are estimated to be around 12-14 weeks old, but as you can see we are all quite underweight and have been recommended to eat several small meals each day to help us whilst letting our sore tummies adjust too. A regular feeding schedule with a high quality diet was prescribed with probiotics and pumpkin added to improve our gut health as our stools have been quite runny! We have been de-wormed to get rid of those nasty worms who gave us a pot-bellied appearance and will need continued treatment every two weeks for a while moving forward. We also arrived with a few cuts and various scabs on our skin, very long nails and were timid on arrival showing lots of signs of anxiety which was to be expected. But, we have been so brave and didn't even cry when the nice Vets poked us with needles to start our vaccination series and give us more protection for our health moving forward. Everyone is so proud of us!

Fingers crossed we will be feeling much, much better soon. Our energy levels are already increasing and we are keen to play a little with the staff and volunteers who come and spend time with us each day. It can be a big chaotic, but this is alongside lots of naps and cuddles of course! As we had no previous vet history we had to be in isolation initially, but soon are allowed to explore more around the shelter, go to foster homes, but ideally get ADOPTED! Getting into homes of our own will be the best next step for us, we have much to learn and are ready to get on with it all, at our own pace.

Not much is known about the weeks of our lives up until this point, our exact age, or who our dad is come to think of it, so we are looking for individual homes with kind humans who understand that we may have fears about the world around us and to please be patient with us. We may do well in homes with another young resident dog who can help us gain confidence and keep us company, as long as they are up for having a new sibling of course and the pawrents are able to take on a special pup like me who may need some extra needs in terms of training and socialisation 🙂

Are you ready to give us the WHOLE package - endless love, positive & considered socialisation experiences, training using positive reinforcement methods, tons of high quality nutrition, vet care as required, and all that puppies need as they grow into dogs?

Remember - adopting a puppy is a huge commitment and these next few weeks and months of their lives are critical in puppy development and socialisation! For more information about preparing to raise a puppy, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell and have a few copies at WAG for purchase. If you're ready to offer a warm and supportive environment to a young and determined puppy like me, please consider filling out an adoption application today. I'm excited to find a loving family that will help me grow into a happy and healthy dog! The first stage to adoption via WAG is always to fill in an application form first, and then we will be in touch about the next steps. Thank you!

My Perfect Match:

-Is willing to take a trip or two to WAG to get to know me before taking me home. I am still adjusting to life around here and everything is new to me.

- A family with patience who love sweet, gentle young dogs who are keen to be your shadow.

- Understanding that I have had HUGE changes in my life recently and to give me the time I need to settle in and relax after my adoption. Especially if I am to live with other dogs or younger humans. I am new to car rides, being inside and going for leashed walks!

- Be proactive with my training, using a WAG approved trainer that will help me learn new skills and give me the best set up for success.

- Having a safe & secured yard would be a bonus. If not - not problem but being okay with using a long line to allow freedom whilst keeping me safe.

- Will take me for annual vet checkups and be proactive with my health.

 

My Story:

WAG was contacted when my first guardians were no longer able to take care of my mom Brandy, and her unexpected litter of pups. We are now safe and warm at WAG and getting the help we so urgently needed. We can't wait to find loving homes of our own in the near future!

If you can't adopt me at this time, please consider donating towards our care and others like us who need help the most. Litters of puppies are adorable, but tend to require a lot of resources and can have long stays at WAG whilst waiting for their loving homes. Shelters across the Province are currently overstretched, please be responsible by spaying and neutering your pets to do you part in preventing unexpected litters locally. 

NOTE: If you require assistance in spaying or neutering your own current pets, please contact WAG to find out more about our FANS program (financial assistance for neuters and spays).  

Whiskey – Adopted January 2024!

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WHISKEY

Breed: Pittie Mix 
Gender: Male
Age: Approx. 12-14 weeks old 
Size: Small but growing

 

 

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Energy Level: We are young puppies and our energy levels are increasing as we settle in and gain weight! Lots of play and lots of rest required!
House trained?
Working on it!

Kids? Calm families who can understand that we are nervous and haven't had much socialisation up to this point 

Cats? Dogs? Potentially, with proper separation and supervision 

Medical Needs: I've just had my first ever vaccines so will need my boosters, continued de-worming course, weight gain, neuter when I am ready 

About Me:

Hi I'm Whiskey! I'm the sweetest and usually the calmest of the boys in my litter but have been gaining confidence during my time at the shelter. I love cuddles and playing with my siblings but I do find it all a bit overwhelming at times when they are being a bit too over excited for my liking. I'm a barrel of cuteness and can't wait to find my people! 

I'm an adorable young puppy currently looking for a caring and nurturing forever home where I can continue my journey to health and happiness for the rest of my years! Me, mom and my five siblings recently arrived at WAG when we were in urgent need of medical care, nutritional help, warmth and a whole lotta TLC. Thanks to WAG's Critical Care program, it was possible for us to come to the shelter and get the attention we needed in order to thrive.

We are estimated to be around 12-14 weeks old, but as you can see we are all quite underweight and have been recommended to eat several small meals each day to help us whilst letting our sore tummies adjust too. A regular feeding schedule with a high quality diet was prescribed with probiotics and pumpkin added to improve our gut health as our stools have been quite runny! We have been de-wormed to get rid of those nasty worms who gave us a pot-bellied appearance and will need continued treatment every two weeks for a while moving forward. We also arrived with a few cuts and various scabs on our skin, very long nails and were timid on arrival showing lots of signs of anxiety which was to be expected. But, we have been so brave and didn't even cry when the nice Vets poked us with needles to start our vaccination series and give us more protection for our health moving forward. Everyone is so proud of us!

Fingers crossed we will be feeling much, much better soon. Our energy levels are already increasing and we are keen to play a little with the staff and volunteers who come and spend time with us each day. It can be a big chaotic, but this is alongside lots of naps and cuddles of course! As we had no previous vet history we had to be in isolation initially, but soon are allowed to explore more around the shelter, go to foster homes, but ideally get ADOPTED! Getting into homes of our own will be the best next step for us, we have much to learn and are ready to get on with it all, at our own pace.

Not much is known about the weeks of our lives up until this point, our exact age, or who our dad is come to think of it, so we are looking for individual homes with kind humans who understand that we may have fears about the world around us and to please be patient with us. We may do well in homes with another young resident dog who can help us gain confidence and keep us company, as long as they are up for having a new sibling of course and the pawrents are able to take on a special pup like me who may need some extra needs in terms of training and socialisation 🙂

Are you ready to give us the WHOLE package - endless love, positive & considered socialisation experiences, training using positive reinforcement methods, tons of high quality nutrition, vet care as required, and all that puppies need as they grow into dogs?

Remember - adopting a puppy is a huge commitment and these next few weeks and months of their lives are critical in puppy development and socialisation! For more information about preparing to raise a puppy, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell and have a few copies at WAG for purchase. If you're ready to offer a warm and supportive environment to a young and determined puppy like me, please consider filling out an adoption application today. I'm excited to find a loving family that will help me grow into a happy and healthy dog! The first stage to adoption via WAG is always to fill in an application form first, and then we will be in touch about the next steps. Thank you!

My Perfect Match:

-Is willing to take a trip or two to WAG to get to know me before taking me home. I am still adjusting to life around here and everything is new to me.

- A family with patience who love sweet, gentle young dogs who are keen to be your shadow.

- Understanding that I have had HUGE changes in my life recently and to give me the time I need to settle in and relax after my adoption. Especially if I am to live with other dogs or younger humans. I am new to car rides, being inside and going for leashed walks!

- Be proactive with my training, using a WAG approved trainer that will help me learn new skills and give me the best set up for success.

- Having a safe & secured yard would be a bonus. If not - not problem but being okay with using a long line to allow freedom whilst keeping me safe.

- Will take me for annual vet checkups and be proactive with my health.

 

My Story:

WAG was contacted when my first guardians were no longer able to take care of my mom Brandy, and her unexpected litter of pups. We are now safe and warm at WAG and getting the help we so urgently needed. We can't wait to find loving homes of our own in the near future!

If you can't adopt me at this time, please consider donating towards our care and others like us who need help the most. Litters of puppies are adorable, but tend to require a lot of resources and can have long stays at WAG whilst waiting for their loving homes. Shelters across the Province are currently overstretched, please be responsible by spaying and neutering your pets to do you part in preventing unexpected litters locally. 

NOTE: If you require assistance in spaying or neutering your own current pets, please contact WAG to find out more about our FANS program (financial assistance for neuters and spays).  

Kahlua – Adopted January 2024!

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KAHLUA

Breed: Pittie Mix 
Gender: Female
Age: Approx. 16+ weeks old 
Size: Small but growing

 

 

Critical Care graphic

Energy Level: We are young puppies and our energy levels are increasing as we settle in and gain weight! Lots of play and lots of rest required!
House trained?
Working on it!

Kids? Calm families who can understand that we are nervous and haven't had much socialisation up to this point 

Cats? Dogs? Potentially, with proper separation and supervision 

Medical Needs: I've just had my first ever vaccines so will need my boosters, continued de-worming course, weight gain, spay when I am ready 

About Me:

Hi I'm Kahlua! I'm a sweet girl with a zest for learning! I love the humans the most and playing with my pup friends.

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January 9th 2024: Foster Update! We can't believe that sweet little Kahlua is still looking for a family to call her own. This gorgeous pup has been in the care of a loving foster home for nearly three weeks now and has gained so much confidence with the help of her foster mom and four legged foster sister. She loves playing with other dog friends and has even spent some time around kids. At night, she sleeps well in her crate and pen - we're told she's taking house training like a pro and saves her bathroom time for outside. Kahlua is also enjoying working on strengthening her tricks and skills like "what's this" and "leave it" but apparently will do pretty much anything for a treato. You go Girl!! What a little superstar. Thank you to her committed foster home for dedicating your time and love to care for Kahlua whilst she so patiently awaits adoption!

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I'm an adorable young puppy currently looking for a caring and nurturing forever home where I can continue my journey to health and happiness for the rest of my years! Me, mom and my five siblings  arrived at WAG over three weeks ago when we were in urgent need of medical care, nutritional help, warmth and a whole lotta TLC. Thanks to WAG's Critical Care program, it was possible for us to come to the shelter and get the attention we needed in order to thrive.

We arrived at about 12 weeks old, but as you can see we were all quite underweight and have been recommended to eat several small meals each day to help us whilst letting our sore tummies adjust too. A regular feeding schedule with a high quality diet was prescribed with probiotics and pumpkin added to improve our gut health as our stools have been quite runny! We have been de-wormed to get rid of those nasty worms who gave us a pot-bellied appearance and will need continued treatment every two weeks for a while moving forward. We also arrived with a few cuts and various scabs on our skin, very long nails and were timid on arrival showing lots of signs of anxiety which was to be expected. But, we have been so brave and didn't even cry when the nice Vets poked us with needles to start our vaccination series and give us more protection for our health moving forward. Everyone is so proud of us!

Since being in foster care, my confidence has skyrocketed! I love playing with other dog friends and have even spent some time around kids. At night, I sleep in an enclosed pen with my crate - I've been told I'm taking house training like a pro and I save my bathroom time for outside. I'm working on strengthening my tricks like "what's this" and "leave it" but will do pretty much anything for a treato. Me and my siblings are in the process of getting our first vet treatments so all that's left if to find our forever homes!

Not much is known about the weeks of our lives up until this point, our exact age, or who our dad is come to think of it, so we are looking for individual homes with kind humans who understand that we may have fears about the world around us and to please be patient with us. We may do well in homes with another young resident dog who can help us gain confidence and keep us company, as long as they are up for having a new sibling of course and the pawrents are able to take on a special pup like me who may need some extra needs in terms of training and socialisation 🙂

Are you ready to give us the WHOLE package - endless love, positive & considered socialisation experiences, training using positive reinforcement methods, tons of high quality nutrition, vet care as required, and all that puppies need as they grow into dogs?

Remember - adopting a puppy is a huge commitment and these next few weeks and months of their lives are critical in puppy development and socialisation! For more information about preparing to raise a puppy, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell and have a few copies at WAG for purchase. If you're ready to offer a warm and supportive environment to a young and determined puppy like me, please consider filling out an adoption application today. I'm excited to find a loving family that will help me grow into a happy and healthy dog! The first stage to adoption via WAG is always to fill in an application form first, and then we will be in touch about the next steps. Thank you!

My Perfect Match:

-Is willing to take a trip or two to WAG to get to know me before taking me home. I am still adjusting to life around here and everything is new to me.

- A family with patience who love sweet, gentle young dogs who are keen to be your shadow.

- Understanding that I have had HUGE changes in my life recently and to give me the time I need to settle in and relax after my adoption. Especially if I am to live with other dogs or younger humans. I am new to car rides, being inside and going for leashed walks!

- Be proactive with my training, using a WAG approved trainer that will help me learn new skills and give me the best set up for success.

- Having a safe & secured yard would be a bonus. If not - not problem but being okay with using a long line to allow freedom whilst keeping me safe.

- Will take me for annual vet checkups and be proactive with my health.

 

My Story:

WAG was contacted when my first guardians were no longer able to take care of my mom Brandy, and her unexpected litter of pups. We are now safe and warm at WAG and getting the help we so urgently needed. We can't wait to find loving homes of our own in the near future!

If you can't adopt me at this time, please consider donating towards our care and others like us who need help the most. Litters of puppies are adorable, but tend to require a lot of resources and can have long stays at WAG whilst waiting for their loving homes. Shelters across the Province are currently overstretched, please be responsible by spaying and neutering your pets to do you part in preventing unexpected litters locally. 

NOTE: If you require assistance in spaying or neutering your own current pets, please contact WAG to find out more about our FANS program (financial assistance for neuters and spays).  

Eggnog – Adopted January 2024!

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EGGNOG

Breed: Pittie Mix 
Gender: Female
Age: Approx. 16+ weeks old 
Size: Small but growing

 

 

Critical Care graphic

Energy Level: We are young puppies and our energy levels are increasing as we settle in and gain weight! Lots of play and lots of rest required!
House trained?
Working on it!

Kids? Calm families who can understand that we are nervous and haven't had much socialisation up to this point 

Cats? Dogs? Potentially, with proper separation and supervision 

Medical Needs: I've just had my first ever vaccines so will need my boosters, continued de-worming course, weight gain, spay when I am ready 

About Me:

Hi I'm Eggnog! Like my sister Kahlua, I'm a little more of a watcher than my brothers who are quite boisterous. I'm one of the biggest of the litter I'm more shy and love to play, but tend to follow my siblings around and ask the humans for cuddles. 

I'm an adorable young puppy currently looking for a caring and nurturing forever home where I can continue my journey to health and happiness for the rest of my years! Me, mom and my five siblings  arrived at WAG over three weeks ago when we were in urgent need of medical care, nutritional help, warmth and a whole lotta TLC. Thanks to WAG's Critical Care program, it was possible for us to come to the shelter and get the attention we needed in order to thrive.

We arrived at about 12  weeks old, but as you can see we were all quite underweight and have been recommended to eat several small meals each day to help us whilst letting our sore tummies adjust too. A regular feeding schedule with a high quality diet was prescribed with probiotics and pumpkin added to improve our gut health as our stools have been quite runny! We have been de-wormed to get rid of those nasty worms who gave us a pot-bellied appearance and will need continued treatment every two weeks for a while moving forward. We also arrived with a few cuts and various scabs on our skin, very long nails and were timid on arrival showing lots of signs of anxiety which was to be expected. But, we have been so brave and didn't even cry when the nice Vets poked us with needles to start our vaccination series and give us more protection for our health moving forward. Everyone is so proud of us!

Fingers crossed we will be feeling much, much better soon. Our energy levels are already increasing and we are keen to play a little with the staff and volunteers who come and spend time with us each day. It can be a big chaotic, but this is alongside lots of naps and cuddles of course! As we had no previous vet history we had to be in isolation initially, but soon are allowed to explore more around the shelter, go to foster homes, but ideally get ADOPTED! Getting into homes of our own will be the best next step for us, we have much to learn and are ready to get on with it all, at our own pace.

Not much is known about the weeks of our lives up until this point, our exact age, or who our dad is come to think of it, so we are looking for individual homes with kind humans who understand that we may have fears about the world around us and to please be patient with us. We may do well in homes with another young resident dog who can help us gain confidence and keep us company, as long as they are up for having a new sibling of course and the pawrents are able to take on a special pup like me who may need some extra needs in terms of training and socialisation 🙂

Are you ready to give us the WHOLE package - endless love, positive & considered socialisation experiences, training using positive reinforcement methods, tons of high quality nutrition, vet care as required, and all that puppies need as they grow into dogs?

Remember - adopting a puppy is a huge commitment and these next few weeks and months of their lives are critical in puppy development and socialisation! For more information about preparing to raise a puppy, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell and have a few copies at WAG for purchase. If you're ready to offer a warm and supportive environment to a young and determined puppy like me, please consider filling out an adoption application today. I'm excited to find a loving family that will help me grow into a happy and healthy dog! The first stage to adoption via WAG is always to fill in an application form first, and then we will be in touch about the next steps. Thank you!

My Perfect Match:

-Is willing to take a trip or two to WAG to get to know me before taking me home. I am still adjusting to life around here and everything is new to me.

- A family with patience who love sweet, gentle young dogs who are keen to be your shadow.

- Understanding that I have had HUGE changes in my life recently and to give me the time I need to settle in and relax after my adoption. Especially if I am to live with other dogs or younger humans. I am new to car rides, being inside and going for leashed walks!

- Be proactive with my training, using a WAG approved trainer that will help me learn new skills and give me the best set up for success.

- Having a safe & secured yard would be a bonus. If not - not problem but being okay with using a long line to allow freedom whilst keeping me safe.

- Will take me for annual vet checkups and be proactive with my health.

 

My Story:

WAG was contacted when my first guardians were no longer able to take care of my mom Brandy, and her unexpected litter of pups. We are now safe and warm at WAG and getting the help we so urgently needed. We can't wait to find loving homes of our own in the near future!

If you can't adopt me at this time, please consider donating towards our care and others like us who need help the most. Litters of puppies are adorable, but tend to require a lot of resources and can have long stays at WAG whilst waiting for their loving homes. Shelters across the Province are currently overstretched, please be responsible by spaying and neutering your pets to do you part in preventing unexpected litters locally. 

NOTE: If you require assistance in spaying or neutering your own current pets, please contact WAG to find out more about our FANS program (financial assistance for neuters and spays).  

Peter – Adopted December 2023!

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PETER

Breed: Mixed Breed
Gender: Male
Age: Approx. 8 weeks old
Size: Small but growing every day!

 

Energy Level: bouts of kitten energy with play and naps
Litter trained? working on it, I'm just a baby after all
Kids? Unknown, likely with proper socialisation, supervision and separation
Cats? Unknown, likely with proper socialisation, supervision and separation
Dogs? Unknown, likely with proper socialisation, supervision and separation
Medical Needs: finishing up my first round of vaccines, my neuter surgery and then yearly checkups

About Me:

Hi I'm Peter! I came to WAG with my two siblings when we were found alone a few hours north of Whistler. We were only little babies and we were thought to be orphaned. Some kind humans helped us out, kept us warm and looked for a rescue who had space to be able to take us in. They looked all over for our mom but there was no word of her. We went to the vet as we were so tiny and had sore bellies, we were only thought to be around 4 weeks old so needed lots of extra care and love. Added to that, we had a special feature - two of us have mini tails and one of us had no tail at all, this has been monitored and seems to not be impacting our day to day lives balance-wise etc and so on.

Now that we have reached 8 weeks old, we are old enough and well enough to have our 1st vaccines and are ready to leave WAG and find loving homes of our own. We were super shy when we arrived, but we have been gaining confidence and showing our little personalities more and more each day. We love playing together and running around the cat room we are in but we hope to find homes of our own soon. We'd likely enjoy being adopted in a pair, or a single if there is another young cat in the home we can befriend and spend time with as we continue to learn all about the world around us.

I am SO excited that it is my turn to find my own family, to love me and keep me safe forever and ever soon. If you feel like you might be the one, and are ready now - please fill out an application form today! WAG will be in contact with successful applicants and will arrange meet and greets -  available for adoption NOW.

My Purrrfect Match:

- will be ready for a 15+ year commitment!

- have lots of patience while I transition into my new home with my new family

- will be patient with me and look after me with a lot of supervision if I am to be expected to live with little humans or other animals

- will provide lots of enrichment, scratching towers, toys, catio etc.

- will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for yearly checkups

- will understand that I am still developing and my personality may change over time!

- will keep me safe and happy, forever

My Story:

I was brought to WAG by a concerned citizen when me and my two siblings were found alone and cold at a gas station in Cache Creek. Our mom was nowhere to be found and we were brought to WAG for care as we were little babies and found to have special needs. We have been to the vet twice and are doing really well healthwise now after a month at the warm shelter being fed, weighed and more each day since.

WAG can often have litters of kittens in our care, although adorable they do take a lot of time and resources so if you can, please consider donating to WAG's Critical Care Program so we can help orphans like these when they need us the most.