Ontario Canine Rescue
Our Featured Pet...
09-0001 Princess is a 5 year old CKC registered Bull Terrier who was surrendered by her family. She is a very loyal girl who loves to snuggle on the couch. She knows her basic commands, walks well on a leash, and is a very good with kids and cats. She would make a great family dog.
Who We Are
Ontario Canine Rescue consist of a dedicated group of volunteers who are devoted to providing sanctuary, and refuge to dogs of all breeds. We are a not for profit, no kill rescue funded solely by donations. We are based out of Brantford; however have foster homes throughout Ontario. We receive dogs in need from all over Ontario and take in canines of all ages from newborn to senior.
All our dogs are housed in foster homes where they are provided with a great deal of love and any medical attention that may be required to ensure that they are in good health before adoption. All of our dogs are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and evaluated for temperament and personality before being placed in their new homes. When time permits, our dogs are also house trained and taught basic obedience
Whether you are looking to rescue a new dog or are in need of placement into a new home for your beloved pet, Ontario Canine Rescue can help
Adopting a friend
Adopting a dog is a lifetime commitment and we want to ensure every one takes the adoption process seriously. If you have any further questions regarding the adoption process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
First: Complete our on line Adoption Application
Second: Your application will be reviewed by our Adoptions Coordinator and determined if it is the best match with the requested dog's personality and requirements. If so, it will be passed on to volunteers who will contact your references. Someone will contact you at this stage of the adoption process.
Third: Upon approval of your application and reference verification, an email will be sent to you with the foster parents contact information. A home visit may be required.
Fourth: After contact with the foster parent to discuss the dog's personality and confirm the dog is a good match for your family, you will be invited to meet the dog. When you are at the foster home visiting the dog, if the dog likes you, the foster parent will have a adoption contract for you to sign and you will pay the adoption fee. You and your new best friend may then go home and begin your new lives together.
Come Visit Us!
Brantford, ON N3R 1H9
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