The goal of AireCanada Airedale Rescue Network is not only to care for the Airedales that need us most, but also to help educate the public about the breed.

Breed traits and characteristics of the Airedale don’t suit everyone, so part of our job is to ensure a potential home is fully aware of the character of the dog they wish to adopt.

We also wish to educate people about the hazards of buying a puppy from a pet shop, or from irresponsible breeders.

We know that, for many Airedales in need, there is a loving, caring family waiting to help them. Our job is to bring them both together.

AireCanada would like to thank all the members of the Airedale Terrier
Club of Canada for their generous support of Airedale rescue efforts in Canada!

The AireCanada Airedale Rescue Network is not a tax-exempt entity.
Donations are always welcome but are not tax deductible.

  • Sophie – Alberta – ADOPTED

    Sophie – Alberta – ADOPTED

    ADOPTED Could you be my new family? Sophie’s owner passed away. She had two senior dogs, one an 8 year old Airedale called Sophie. Sophie is healthy and on no medications. She LOVES to walk and our neighbor would walk her 60-90 minutes everyday. We are currently looking for a foster family in the Edmonton…

  • JoJo – Kelowna BC

    JoJo – Kelowna BC

    ADOPTED It is with such great pleasure that we announce that another beautiful Airedale has been given a chance for a wonderful forever home. Thank you Michael and Crystall for accepting JoJo into your hearts and home,and thank you JoJo for accepting them as your new forever family. Thank you Margaret Glass for all the…

  • Skye – BC – ADOPTED

    Skye – BC – ADOPTED

    Skye is about 90lbs and 24 inches to the shoulder. She is about 4 years old and has not yet been fixed. She is currently in a foster to adopt home in British Columbia She has great house manners no counter surfing, no begging at the table or while eating on the couch, no treat…