ALL Puppy Mill dogs have been adopted. Thank you for your interest and support. Watch for some future blog post to see how they are adapting to their new homes!
Our Story: http://www.hsi.org/world/canada/news/news/dog_rescue_sept2011.html
4 month females, Noel and Merry, being transported from the HSI compound in Montreal to their foster homes.
Merry and Noel’s beautiful Mom traveling beside her aire-pups. She also had three boys who found their forever homes. There were also two adult males that are now safe in their new homes.
Noel is the pup standing on the right and is looking for her forever home. She is a sweet, busy and loving aire-girl. Her wonderful foster family report she is very bright and eager to learn. She has a solid grasp on her house breaking and will sit when asked. She is alllll airedale puppy though so don’t be fooled by those deep brown innocent eyes!
If you think you might be Noel’s forever home, then please complete the adoption application found here. Please note only homes that have Airedale experience, a fenced yard, no children under 5 and in Ontario will be considered for adoption. We do not fly dogs and don’t want to transport Noel long distances. The closer to Ottawa the better.
Please contact Stephanie MacNeill with any further questions: email@example.com
Thanks to all the support for these wonderful animals, the mill dogs have all been adopted. Stay tuned for future blog posts on their new lives!
In September Humane Society International (HSI) was involved in the largest puppy mill bust in Canada. You can read about it here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/story/2011/09/17/quebec-puppy-mill-raid.html
The courts ruled on this case Thursday November 24. The owner has been charged and the dogs were handed over to HSI for adoption. There were indeed Airedales taken in the raid and Airedale rescue has been on the ground working hard to get these dogs to a better place. As of this weekend we did get custody of the Airedales and given the situation they were in, these dogs are in great shape and seem to have lovely temperaments. A special shout out goes to our dedicated volunteers who picked up the dogs and are fostering them. A special thanks goes to Sophia Grabowiecka who was in the facility volunteering with HSI and worked as the contact between Airedale rescue and HSI. We wouldn’t have these dogs in our care if it wasn’t for the kindness and caring of these wonderful volunteers! Thank You!
Currently we are desperate to find a foster home in or near the Ottawa area for one young male who is still waiting to be picked up. Can you please help?
If you are looking to adopt an Airedale we should have two females and a male available for adoption in the next week or two. Check back soon for more info and pictures.
Steph in Ontario – firstname.lastname@example.org