Dog of the Day: Stan

Stan is approximately 6 years old and resides in Nova Scotia, Canada. He is charming, eager to please and loves to hang out with other dogs. He is also good with children and would suit a family home.  He spent most of his first six years in an outdoor pen so he is not house trained, but with patience and consistency he will be fully trained in no time (he is currently being potty trained while in foster). Although he is crate trained, he is quite the social butterfly and prefers to be next to his human.

Stan has been neutered and has had all his shots.

For more information on Stan, or other available dogs, please contact  Atlantic Small Dog Rescue at info@asdrescue.com or visit their website here.

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Dog Of The Day: Keisha

This beauty is a senior gal currently residing in St. John’s, NL. Keisha’s quiet, laid back disposition makes her perfect with children and other dogs.  Because of her age and arthritis, she isn’t too energetic but she still loves her daily walks and loves nothing more than a good belly rub.  She does not like to be left alone and because of this, it would be ideal if she was adopted into a family where someone was home most of the time.

For more information on Keisha, please contact Heavenly Creatures at 709.739.0077 or visit them on the web at www.heavenlycreatures.ca

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Dog of the Day: Mya & Maxx

Think there might be room in your heart and your home for these two special beauties?  If so, read on.

Maxx is a 4-year-old Miniature Schnauzer, was given up along with Mya his 6 year old companion, because their family had no time for them. They are a bonded pair and it would be in their best interests to be placed together. These two dogs are extremely sweet and well-behaved and deserve to spend their life with a family who will make the time for them.

Mya underwent surgery to be spayed and also to remove four bladder stones.  Consequently, she will be on a special diet for the rest of her life and will need occasional monitoring (urine specimens) to check for stones.

For more information on Maxx and Mya, please visit Animatch at: www.animatch.ca.

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