Welcome to Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary!

Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary is  a registered charity animal rescue 828253435RR0001 that helps farm and canine companion animals through rescue, adoption, education, and palliative care.

elsacollage2frameAdopting from Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary: The first step to adopting an animal from BCFS is to fill out an adoption application. If you’d like to meet an animal we require an adoption application on file first

You can find our animals up for adoption on Petfinder click this link!

All of the puppies have found loving homes. Thank you!! 

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The Animal Stories… 

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 Please find us on Facebook at Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary for lots of amazing pictures and current news from our community. You can find more detailed stories of the animals as posts on this website.

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Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary has moved to Wainfleet!! Our new mailing address is PO Box 158, Wainfleet, ON L0S 1V0.

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We are 100% foster home based and have fosters homes in Southern and South Western Ontario, Canada. We are always seeking more foster homes. If you are interested in fostering a companion or farm animal please email mybremner@yahoo.com

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Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary serves the Southern Ontario region of Canada and we do adopt to the greater Buffalo, NY area.

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We pride ourselves in healing and caring for all the animals that come through our gates. We provide a sanctuary where the animals regain their health and find joy in life,  or if needed, we give them a humane and peaceful end of days.

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We are funded solely through donations and would appreciate any help or support you may offer. Please visit our donations page for all the details in making a donation.

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Thank you for your support!

Saving the world one animal at a time…