Another adorable Maltipoo puppy available for adoption? Yes its true! This little boy dog is ready and able to join your furever home. All he needs is to meet you! Purple is currently in his foster home in Ridgeway, ON. Read more about Purple the puppy Maltipoo here …
Red is an adoptable Maltipoo puppy now in Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary’s dog foster program. He is about four months old, and at this age weighs about 6-7 pounds. Red proudly boasts a three quarter Maltese and one quarter Poodle heritage. He’s considered a non-shedding mix, an advantage for some furever families. This debonair little puppy is now adoptable and looking for the perfect furever home!
Pink is a baby adoptable Maltese Maltipoo puppy now in Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary dog foster program. Just 2.8 kilos and approximately 12 weeks old, both Maltese and Poodle breed dogs are considered non-shedding, which is an advantage for some furever families. This shy little puppy is now looking for the perfect furever home! Pink is currently in her foster home in Mississauga, ON.
The turn out at our Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary April 2015 Meetup was most incredible. First and foremost a big “Thank YOU” to all those who came out to support the work with the animals. And a special thanks to Jane Clarkson from Mexico. She gave a shocking yet inspirational talk about International Rescue. I think she has gotten herself a long list of travelers willing to bring Mexico dogs up to Canada! Continue reading
Dennis first set eyes on Nube (new-bay) at our April Meetup 2015. He couldn’t stop thinking about her all that night.
Wanting to give himself the time to think about the responsibilities of having two dogs, he slept on it another night. He wrestled with all the implications that come with two dogs.
The call came from the Niagara Falls Humane Society asking if we had room at Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary for three alpacas. A family that lives in Niagara Falls were moving to a place where they can’t take their pet alpacas with them. After some research and intense consultations with our advisors, we agreed to take them into our foster care program. Here are some facts about this interesting farm animal.
We barely had her in the door when folks came knocking wanting to adopt this sweet little German Pointer cross. Minnie the rescued Mexico dog came all the way from Merida to find a perfect furever home. Her sweet disposition is only slightly more adorable than her amazing spotted paws. Continue reading
We are so thrilled to announce that Truffles our fostered potbellied pig has indeed found his forever home. Its incredibly difficult to find a forever home will last the whole lifetime of the potbellied pig. . After much discussion, coaching and consideration we found Truffles new home to be just about perfect.
Even the most balanced of dog rescuers get frustrated sometimes. Especially in the face of certain circumstances. This particular circumstance happens too frequently. It moves me to enough to want to write a plea to the types of family that abandon old dogs for a new puppy. Please share to help change the fate of the next old dog!
The roller coaster ride of animal rescue continues to throw us another loop. We have gotten word from Mexico that sweet Morita has come down with kennel cough and will not be coming to Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary. But we have not given up on saving the animals to whom we have committed our help. Rescued Mexican Chihuahua Nube will come in her stead!