Ontario

OTTAWA HUMANE SOCIETY
Address: 101 Champagne Ave.
Contact: 613.725.3166
Website: ottawahumane.ca
About this shelter: The Ottawa Humane Society is a non-profit, community-based organization and a registered charity. We have a volunteer Board of Directors, drawn from our supporters and the community at large. Since 1888, we have been the leading organization providing a safe haven for sick, injured and homeless animals in Ottawa.

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NAVAN ANIMAL RESCUE CORPORATION (N.A.R.C.)
Address: 4388 Navan Road, Navan
Contact: 613.834.7005
Website: narc-charity.ca
Blog: http://narc-charity.blogspot.com/
About this shelter: Navan Animal Rescue Corporation (NARC) is a no-kill shelter whose mission is to educate, inspire, and assist individuals and organizations of diverse cultures in treating animals with respect in order to achieve a peaceful, equitable and sustainable future with our companions/pets.

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TRINITY OF HOPE
Located in: Manotick, Ontario
Contact: 613.838.7286
Website: trinityofhope.on.ca
About this shelter: Trinity of Hope Dog Rescue is dedicated rescuing and rehabilitating unwanted, abandoned, neglected or abused Newfoundlands, Saint Bernards (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta) and crosses thereof.

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FRIENDS OF ABANDONED PETS
Located in:
Ottawa, Ontario
Contact:
613-729-9820 or information@foap.on.ca
About this shelter: Friends of Abandoned Pets (FOAP) is an independent non-profit charitable organization made up of a dedicated group of volunteers who love animals and want to make a difference in our community. FOAP is sensitive to the plight of abandoned, homeless cats and dogs in our area, and are prepared to give time and energy to help give them a second chance.

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LANARK ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY (LAWS)
Located in: Smiths Falls, Ontario
Contact: 613.283.9308
Website: lanarkanimals.ca
About this shelter: LAWS is an independent organization and registered charity that survives solely on private donations, receiving no funding from any level of government. Their mission is to promote the welfare of all animals, to provide shelter and care, and prevent cruelty and suffering for those animals in need.

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BYTOWN ASSOCIATION FOR RESCUED KANINES (B.A.R.K.)
Address: 2229 Braeside Ave.
Contact: 613.738.0119
Website: home.ican.net/~933435/index.htm

About this shelter: Established in September 2001, the Bytown Association for Rescued Kanines (B.A.R.K.) is an all breed “no kill” rescue organization. They are a registered charity comprised solely of dedicated and experienced volunteers.

Available Dogs

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GREYHOUND SUPPORTERS OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
Located In: Ottawa
Contact: 613.216.8097
Website: gsncr.ca

About this shelter: The Greyhound Supporters of the National Capital Region (GSNCR) was established in the summer of 2005. We are a “not-for-profit” group comprised of individuals interested in the health and welfare of the Retired Racing Greyhound. Our purpose is to facilitate the adoption of retired racing greyhounds into loving homes and provide on-going support to the local greyhound community. We raise public awareness about retired racing greyhounds and raise funds for and/or participate in greyhound-related causes established to improve the health and physical well being of retired racing greyhounds globally.

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Tiny Paws Dog Rescue Canada
Located In: Toronto, Ontario
Contact:1-866-837-9051 or generalinquiries.tpdrc@gmail.com
Website: http://www.tpdr.ca/

About this shelter: Tiny Paws Dog Rescue was formed in February 2001 to assist small pure and mixed breed dogs (dogs weighing less than 20lbs) in need. They work with shelters, pounds, other rescues and private individuals to save dogs that might otherwise be euthanized and place those dogs into private foster homes. Standard veterinary care and other needed medical treatment is provided and they work on training issues. Through their adoption screening process, they find new forever homes for the dogs in their care.

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