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  1. Hello. We are in Dieppe NB and can not find a little girl or boy for a forever fur baby for our i yr old Willie….do you have any ideas if there is any where we can rescue or adopt a little one here on the east coast. The broader we bought Willie from was not very good and not too much better then a puppy mill to be honest. I would fly to Toronto to pick one up or my husband does business out of here and is in Toronto airport about once a month if that would help. Thank you for your wonderful web page. Regards Lindsey Scott

    • Thank you for your message. Our volunteers have recommended the following rescue groups/shelters for you to contact:

      Nova Scotia SPCA
      New Brunswick SPCA
      Canada’s Guide to Dogs

      • I have tried and actually got a message from the SPCA in Moncton today saying they dont have any small dogs to even foster to me. I would really love to adopt from you. I will fly to Toronto and you can Mabel meet me at the airport or in the airport on the island in Toronto. Thats how much we would like a second fur baby.

        • Your adoption application will still be considered even if you and your future furry family member live far apart. A “meet and greet” is mandatory and you will be responsible for all costs associated with getting to that meeting (i.e., gas, flights, hotels, meals, etc.) in the city where the foster dog is being cared for. If your application is approved and the dog must be transported to your home, you are fully responsible for all logistics and costs associated with that transport. If the transport involves flying the dog, the dog must fly in cabin (no cargo) in an airline approved soft sided carrier accompanied by the adopter.

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