Happy Holidays from Ben, Lizi, Jasmine, Tasha, Henry and everyone at AireCanada
Thank you for your interest in Tasha. She has a new home!
Tasha is an Oorang-type, very large Airegirl who urgently needs a new home so she can have the hip surgery she so desperately requires. If you provide the home, AireCanada will provide the necessary surgery.
Here’s the situation. Tasha until recently was placed in a foster-to-adopt situation. However, when it was learned that Tasha has severe hip dysplasia which will require surgical intervention, the foster home, due to distance from the veterinarian’s office and an overabundance of stairs in their home, sadly agreed that AireCanada should search for a new placement for this dog. Tasha is presently in a temporary foster situation but needs a foster placement, or even better, a permanent home, with reasonable access to our veterinarian’s clinics in either Coquitlam or North Vancouver. A home with a limited number of stairs would be considered a bonus.
Tasha is very much a “people” Airedale. She loves people and is very friendly. We have learned that Tasha co-exists nicely with other dogs as long as the dogs are polite and avoid jostling her sore hip. Due to pain, she doesn’t play much at the moment but is happy to be with the current foster home’s two Airedales — a male and a female. She has also visited a training facility that boards dogs and got along well with the other dogs present. Dogs met outside the home may provoke some barking and lunging, an issue that can be addressed through training and may be a result of lack of socialization during puppyhood along with the current high level of pain Tasha is experiencing.
We think that Tasha is a very special girl who deserves every chance AireCanada — and you — can provide her to live a happy and pain-free life.
Tasha is only four years old!
Can you find space in your heart for this lovely Airedale?
Tasha is available immediately. The sooner she can be placed, the sooner she can have her surgery. A completed online application form from our website is required to either adopt or foster Tasha. If you have already completed an application form and are interested in Tasha, please contact us at the email address below.
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tasha leaves for her forever home
Last weekend Tasha packed her bags and moved in with her new family. She waited a long time for just the perfect family and they found her. The dogs here are missing her terribly since she was the best foster playmate they had ever had stay with them and the two legged family finds it a little too quiet with just eight paws underfoot instead of twelve.
Please join me in wishing Tasha and her new family a wonderful life together. I would like to send out a very special thank you to all the people that inquired about Tasha and considered opening their hearts and homes to a rescue.
WOW! That is all I can really say about Tasha. She is a sweet, affectionate great dog. She found her dream home but sadly was returned to rescue because the resident caregiver was allergic to her. So now Tasha, foster-dale, is here with our family which consists of myself and my hubby plus our 3 year old daughter, two Airedales (Groovy and Maggie) and two cats.
Hi, I am Tasha! I am an almost 5 year old girl looking for just the right home.
I am a big girl at 60lbs and love to be active and be outdoors.
I am near the Ottawa area and would like a home somewhere that isn’t too far to travel.
Like many Airedales, I graduated top of my class in obedience but I have selective hearing outdoors.
A fenced yard and NO cats is a must please. I am happy go lucky and like pats but I won’t pester you for constant attention.
Right now I live with a little kid and I would be happier in a home with much older kids or very active adults.
When I was younger I was attacked by some dogs and that has left me a little edgy around other dogs when I am on leash.
I am very fearful and cannot handle the dog park just yet. I need a family who understands this and can work
with me and a trainer to gain confidence and overcome this fear. Because of this I can be hard to handle on a leash
but if you have the time for me, I am willing to learn.