Beaver Creek Open House Leads Families to Lebanon Dog Adoption
When it works, it really works! Solo and his furever family found each other at the Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary Open House, and we could not be more thrilled to announce our the adoption! November 4 will be Solo’s Gotcha Day, he’s the second of the dogs from Lebanon who have found their permanent place in Canada.
We hosted over 100 visitors at the Fall Open House, and amongst them were Solo’s prospective furever family. After visiting with each of the adoptable dogs at BCFS that day, one young gal stated simply, “I love all the dogs, but I love Solo the most!” Off they went, she and her whole family on a group walk with volunteers, Solo happily trotting along.
“We have an adoption process that works, so we stick to it no matter what,” explains Amy. “In this case, even though they had met the dog one on one, our volunteers undertook all the next steps in the process – processing the adoption application, checking references, and doing a home visit. Happily it all checked out great!”
Adopt a Lebanon Rescued Dog
Solo is one of six adoptable dogs from a rescue mission with BETA Beirut for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. We shared some of their backstory on our previous post The Dogs from Lebanon and in Solo’s first adoption profile here.
Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary is a safe place for animals who have been abused or neglected to recover and become healthy. Our adoption program matches our rescued and rehabilitated animals to the family best able to continue to give them a fine, healthy and happy quality of life. Mia’s story and Lucky’s story are two wonderful case studies of our program in action.
Find out more about us and our adoptable dogs from Lebanon – Mandy and Fletcher – by exploring our website here or by visiting our Facebook Page anytime.