Nellie has been adopted. Thank you all for your interest in her!
[This is a courtesy posting for another rescue organization. For information regarding this dog, please contact AireCanada Coordinator, Maureen Scott, here: email@example.com]
Meet Nellie! She’s only four years old but stands 29″ at the withers and weighs 96.4 pounds. She is looking for a new owner who has a heart large enough to love this big handsome young lady.
Nellie, who is exceedingly friendly, likes people a lot. She also loves other Airedales and other dogs. Cats? Well, not so much! And definitely no turtles…!
She is up to date on vaccinations and is available for immediate placement in Western Canada or the Pacific Northwest.
Nellie lacks training. A potential home who would consider adopting her must commit to training her to be the perfect girl we know she can be. Due to her lovable and friendly personality, we expect that, with training, she would end up being a terrific companion.
A home with a fenced yard is essential for this charming girl. An application form, which can be found under the heading “Adoption Application” on our front page, must be completed if you wish to be considered as a suitable home for Nellie. No young children, please. Adult home preferred.
Is your heart large enough to include Nellie? We really hope so!
Geoffrey has been adopted! Our thanks to everyone who expressed an interest in him.
Could you fall in love with 7 year old Geoffrey? It would be very easy!
He’s a sweetheart and is searching for a new home in Nova Scotia or nearby.
Geoffrey is extremely affectionate. He is a handsome seven year old purebred Airedale Terrier. He is neutered, micro-chipped and up to date with his vaccinations. A high energy dog, he would love lots of walks. He is loyal, gregarious, gentle, bouncy, comical, clever and very strong. Loves riding in the car and hiking in both urban and rural settings. Like most Airedales, a fenced yard is a necessity.
We are learning more about Geoffrey every day. So far, it appears he gets on with cats nicely and is friendly with other dogs on a one-on-one basis. When a number of dogs approach him all at once, however, he becomes nervous.
An application is required to be considered to adopt Geoffrey. Go to the top of this page to complete the application form.
Thank you very much for your interest in Jackie. He has been adopted!
Eight-month-old Jackie is a very large male Airedale pup who urgently needs a new home.
[Photo courtesy Jill Mellon]
Jackie came into AireCanada’s care during December where he was fostered with a volunteer family while he recovered from a neuter surgery supplied by his former owners. During that time, Jackie demonstrated that he was a very good-natured puppy. He showed us he loved people, got on well with other dogs, both male and female, learned quickly and was eager to please. He even managed to win over the foster family’s older male Airedale who was somewhat suspicious of the newcomer with the result that both boys were soon licking peanut butter off foster mom’s hand at the same time.
We discovered that Jackie was extremely energetic and very playful. He recalls very nicely. He also was crate-trained and was reasonably content for a time in a very large crate as long as a Kong filled with yummy food and peanut butter was supplied. At night, Jackie made it very clear that he would prefer to sleep in the bedroom with the rest of the foster family and happily snoozed in a VariKennel at the foot of the adults’ bed. The family Airedales had no difficulty with Jackie joining the bedroom party.
Jackie proved to be an engaging companion and one we wished we could keep forever. However, once the stitches from his neuter surgery were removed (with our sincere thanks to Dr. Pawel Cichon at Lonsdale/Sunwood Vet hospitals), it became apparent that he needed far more exercise than we were able to provide so we turned to our good friends at Willchris Kennels in Surrey, BC, for help. Jackie was transferred to WillChris’ care where he would be able to run and play with other dogs. He is currently still with the fine people at Willchris and appears to be having a marvelous time. As a result, we have learned that he is eager to play with other dogs, loves to run and is enjoying being a silly big puppy.
[Our thanks to WillChris Kennels for permission to use these photographs.]
The ideal home for Jackie will have experience with Airedale Terriers and will be able to provide the many opportunities for exercise that a young, energetic dog requires. The ability to offer leadership will be essential. Jackie will require obedience training and reacts well to positive training methods. He learns quickly. Jackie would fare very well with someone who loves the outdoors and wishes for a hiking or running companion.
We know that Jackie would prefer a home with a large fenced area where he can play; the presence of another large dog or two for companionship would be an asset. We suspect that cats or small dogs would not be suitable house mates for this large pup since he is too “bouncy” to play with smaller animals. The same could be said of small children. Although Jackie really likes children, our preference would be that any children in the family be teenagers or older.
We believe that Jackie would enjoy having a job to do — agility perhaps or competition obedience. We also believe that it is extremely important that Jackie’s new family be around a reasonable amount of the time. We will not place Jackie in a home where he will be crated or left outside on his own for hours on end. He clearly wants to be someone’s companion and is just as clearly prepared to worship his new owner(s).
So, how about it? Is Jackie your dream Airedale? He hopes so!
CASEY HAS BEEN ADOPTED! THANK YOU FOR YOUR INQUIRIES!
Say “hello!” to Casey! She has a very sweet, gentle disposition. She is a healthy girl with a coat which is in excellent condition.
This eight year old darling is an Airedale who is highly responsive to commands and extremely loving to humans. Sadly, due to illness in her present home, Casey needs new owners who will love her as much as she promises to love them.
Casey is extremely intelligent and understands sit, down, come, back up, pee, dump, walk, stay, and leave it. She will sit cheerfully for a treat (and then will relish every single bite of the reward).
We are told she regrets her inability to fly when stalking crows and is a very determined fly catcher!
Although generally friendly to chance-met dogs, Casey does not always enjoy the company of strange dogs, particularly small ones. She is used to being the only dog in a household. It is our belief that Casey will thrive in a new home where she is the only dog. Her tolerance for cats is unknown. Since she has not been around children to any degree, we would prefer an adult home for Casey.
Casey has been living in a large apartment for the past six years and has been lucky enough to have daily walks along the Stanley Park Seawall. Although a home with a fenced yard would be preferred for her, we would consider placing her in a reasonably sized condo or apartment.
Casey loves being with people and is used to having her owners with her constantly. A home where someone was present much of the time (retired or working from home perhaps) would be most suitable for her.
If you are interested in Casey, you may request additional information from Margaret Glass . As with all our rescued Airedales, a completed application form is required. Note that Casey is located in the Vancouver, BC, area. We would consider homes within reasonable driving distance of Vancouver for her, however.