Available Vancouver Lower Mainland, Okanagan, Vancouver Island

Approx. age: 1 half year Male/Female: female Weight: 24 kg

Temperament: non aggressive, she loves to jump up and give kisses and doesn’t fully know her manners, loves to plaaaaay! Tanya was abandoned on a stormy, lightening weekend…She was found foaming, drooling and almost dead. She is terrified of thunders and even rain. Doesn’t fight for food but if other dog has their food she’ll put her head in too, not a biter, though she goes crazy to see the leash for her walk, she’ll sit down and let you put it on…she will try to say hello to everybody but she scares people cause she’s heavy and her muscles show Rescue comments: She doesn’t chew on shoes, or controls but sandals and corners of pillows if she’s on the bed. Tanya was abandoned on a stormy, lightening weekend…I found her foaming, drooling and almost dead on a Tuesday soooooo she is terrified of thunder and even rain.


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine
3 years old, Male, 16kgs

Temperament: Sweet, playful. Energy: medium generally, high as he can run and be active for long periods of time if needed. Children Friends: Yes
Dog Friends: Yes. Cat friends: Chases them. Needs more training.
Resource guarding: No Bark/noisy: occasionally to strange noises from the outside. Housebroken: Needs a bit more training. Shedder: not at all.
Crate trained: yes Leash etiquette: Good Good in car: Very good

Foster assessment
Casimiro is a sweet and affectionate dog. He is friendly with everyone he meets, except cats (not his fault, he had bad influence from another
dog. We think he can make peace with cats if given the opportunity and training). Casimiro is great meeting new dogs outside, inside his
home, he currently lives with 2 small chihuahua dogs and 2 bigger dogs.
He is a good companion in and out of the house. When inside he can occasionally bark at noises from the outside. At restaurants or public places he behaves well, calm and picks his place to lay. He is curious of his surroundings and friendly to the people around. Casimiro loves riding on the side of a bicycle, gives the occasional run, and of course his daily
walks. He is a great walker. He is not skitish nor nervous, but takes his distance from toddlers. Older kids he is fine and loving and playful with them. Everyone he meets agrees that Casimiro is adorable, so chill and cool. His long tongue, his pointy ears that are very expressive and his silly faces melt everyone. Casimiro was rescued with many and severe skin infections, he lost all his fur at once. Today he is soft, has good quality hair, and no shedding at all. The only downside we can spot about Casimiro is that he marks territory, mostly in new territories. So when in restaurants or new places we must be attentive to avoid a pee.
After he settles in the space he looses the need of marking. We trust that with some more training and one on one with him he will overcome this.

Rescue Story :
Casimiro was rescued June 27 of 2021 on a lonely road in the middle of the yucatan jungle, far from any visible town. He was clearly exhausted, and weak from disease, thirst, and hunger. He was picked up by Dra. Carolina Ancona, who was on her way from Mérida to Colonia Yucatán, a very small town in the Yucatán state where we were holding a free spay
and neuter clinic. She and her team put Casimiro inside their car despite the very bad smell that came from his skin.
Once arrived to Colonia Yucatán, our vets checked him out and we prepared a comfortable kennel for him to spend the weekend during our clinic. After finishing a two-day successful clinic we made an exchange with Dra. Carolina. Our Cozumel team had rescued 3 cats in Colonia, but we had no foster available for them back in the island. Dra. Carolina did.. So we exchanged and we took Casimiro to Cozumel and Dra. Carolina took 3 cats to Mérida. His recovery journey was long. His skin had fungus, bacteria, mites, wounds and a terrible smell. With treatment he lost all his fur, (that was kind of cool as he got to look like
a xoloitzcuintle for a few weeks, haha). He was also sick with heartworm, erlichia, anaplasma, and had a severe ear infection. He survived it all. And that is how our life was blessed with Casimiro, a truly affectionate pup who despite having been so hurt and in so much despair, he overcame and still kept his sweetness.


Available for adoption Lower Mainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Male, 4 years, 35 lbs, very friendly, gentle an kind with dogs, kids and cats


Available for adoption Lower Mainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Mix: MALIX Age: 2 years old Birth date: 2021 , female Weight: 17 kg Behaviors Temperament: SHY AT THE BEGINING Energy: HIGH

Children Friends: yes Dog Friends: yes Cat friends: yes Bark/noisy: yes Housebroken: no Shedder: yes Crate trained: no ⛓Leash etiquette: yes Good in car: yes Rescue Story We found her tied to a fence, in the sunlight, very fearful and very bad of the skin. We took her to our foster home. There she got much healthier and more use to her foster people!

Foster assessment She is friendly with dogs, cats and people, but has anxiety to new people or new sounds. She loves walks free in the jungle but is ok with leash



Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Male, 10 kilos, very nice, 3 years old

very affectionate little guy. Loves his pets and food, loves to follow his person all over the place. Bean it’s a huge lover, wants to be close to his people!


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island
Female, 6 months, fully vax, spayed
Found in a gas station, no momma in sight.


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Male, 6 months, fully vax, spayed

Found in a gas station, no momma in sight. Chickenwing was born with a deformed front leg, but that doesn’t stop him from playing with his sister Wendy!

Happy-go-lucky little pepper!

Nelson (Nelsi) – in foster to adopt

Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island We are looking for a foster and a forever home for him. He can travel to the Mainland or the Okanagan area. About 3/3.5 yrs old, neutered male, 35 lbs. 20” to shoulder. Loves his runs and walks, knows some commands, housetrained. Can live with cats if cats are used to a dog. Would prefer no young children under 10 yrs approx. He is good around people/dogs (except reacts to intact males. A lot of dogs do).

Name: Nelson (formerly Nelsi) Breed: Mixed (Lab x Terrier) Age: 3 yrs (approx) – could be closer to 3.5 yrs Sex: Male – neutered Colour: tan/ hints of white (belly/chest)Size: S/M (he weighs around 35 lbs and stands at 20 inches height) Tattoo/Chip: Microchipped Nelson has been with us for several years now, and has truly come leaps and bounds from the timid dog who survived on the streets of Mexico alongside his mom and littermate brother (all were adopted to families in BC).  Nelson is most content being with his ‘people’ and enjoys whatever activity they are up to—be that lounging around the house or heading out for a walk (better yet, a hike). He just wants to be close to them, but also knows when he needs some space and will frequently find a quiet place to curl up and nap.  During nice weather, Nelson enjoys people-watching outside, and is secured to a long line while we’re outside doing yard work or reading a book.  He just likes to doze in the sunshine.  He also likes to explore the beaches closeby, and adores finding anything smelly to rub against (resulting in a trip to the local pet-store for a shower!) Nelson does NOT like his nails trimmed, and I could see that being a trigger… He’d likely need sedation or need to be muzzled/ controlled.  I’ve been fortunate enough to maintain his nails through our consistent morning runs. Nelson is tolerant/ playful with our larger Mainecoon Mix cat, though he does show a bit too much of an interest in cats we see out on our walks—I would not trust him not to go into chase mode. He is fairly decent with his commands, knows how to ‘show me sit’, ‘lie-down’, ‘stay’ with ‘come’ being the only one he’s rather selective with (and we have tried to train him!) Sometimes, Nelson will be so interested in sniffing something (must be the Terrier in him), that calling out the word ‘squirrel’ will ultimately do the trick to get his attention, and get him to actually ‘come.’ Nelson is OK around school-aged children, though kept under control and leashed at all times when we walk to/from school.  Given that there is a small child in our home (my son, Asher is 7 years old), it was extremely important for us to get Nelson to feel comfortable with the noise and unpredictable behavior and movements of kids.  Right from the get-go I made a point of taking Nelson on walks by local parks and playgrounds, or to my son’s school during recess so he could listen, watch and learn that he is safe—and that they mean no harm to him. It is now that we can go to the schoolyard and he is fine with children approaching (always asking permission) if they can say ‘hi’ to Nelson. He does very well, though I am always in control and monitor him, as well as am very mindful about any other dogs in the vicinity. We would prefer Nelson in a home without children as he doesn’t enjoy their unpredictable behavior. Generally, Nelson is okay with other dogs, and has a strong friendship with our neighbor’s female Husky mix. They enjoy regular playtime and walks together, and she’ll put Nelson in his place if he gets too be much.  We also have a small group of school dog friends we meet up with a few mornings each week for some off-leash play.  Nelson knows this group very well (they are all fixed, and of good nature). The only time we have had issues is if someone brings their intact male along—Nelson will want to attack. With a heightened sense of stress, I find myself constantly aware, trying to check out other dogs’ rear-ends or always asking other owners if their dogs are ‘fixed’ so I can get Nelson under control and away from the situation. He will immediately stiffen and lunge/try to attack intact males (though I know to watch for cues to avoid).  This has gotten worse and worse in the past 6 or so months, to the point of making it stressful to go for neighborhood walks.  I have consulted the vet and done a fair amount of research to understand that there is very little I can do to ‘train’ it out of him – so we just avoid a lot of busy dog parks etc. where we don’t know the dogs. Nelson gets regular exercise and even has a weekly walk with our dog-walker, Bobby.  This is something I’ve done consistently with Nelson since he arrived (so as to get him used to other people and males). He has plenty of toys and bully sticks at home which he loves to play with.  He’ll often rummage around in his basket to find the perfect one. He always has access to food and water (he is more of a grazer with his food, and gets kibble mixed with a healthy spoonful of wet food for breakfast and at dinner). He also loves the ‘Grandpa’s’ brand of dried liver treats (over cookies). Nelson has gone camping with us in Tofino, and has managed to overcome earlier issues with car-sickness.  He is now just fine travelling around with us, and I sometimes bring him along when running errands – to keep him used to car travel, as well as understanding that it is OK to be left alone in the car for a short time. I’ve found that this has helped him feel more confident and less anxious when we are not around. Nelson is good on his leash (though will sometimes tug, and so I’ll reign him in closer). He’s very used to going for walks around downtown, sitting nicely on a patio while we eat, is fine in crowds or at parades etc., I’ve really tried to intermix our daily lives to get him accustomed and comfortable—and he has really done a great job! I do not use a harness with him, just a Nightingale-type collar that manages him just fine.


Available for adoption Lower Mainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Approx. age: 2 years Male/female: Male Weight: 17 Kg, dog friendly NO cats please!

No food or toy agression

We get the tear to see Yogo portrayed in such a beautiful way.We combined Yogo’s good looks and the great talent of Kenia Intuitiva Fotografia to bring you this series of incredible canine photographs to delight your hearts and ask you to help us share Yogo’s story with the intention of finding him his ideal family or person.The story is relatively short but I want to make it longer… I’m inspired and want to write, so if you feel like reading: welcome to Yogo’s post.🤯 If you don’t want to read, but you think Yogo looks super handsome in the photos, please just share this post!*rolls up sleeves*It is a hot day in the town of Colonia Yucatán. June 2021. A sterilization campaign was set up with a goal of 200 free surgeries.The morning starts busy, volunteers here, responsible owners there, puppies and kittens everywhere.And that’s when Yogo enters the room. Without a human companion, he comes alone.His imposing bearing and the scars on his face caught the attention of all attendees. Who is its owner? – we ask ourselves and ask all the attendees of the campaign.We searched but no one claimed him. We noticed that he had testicles so we did what had to be done: anesthesia and bye eggs!A few hours after his recovery we released him in the hope that he would go home. But Yogo had other plans. His plan was to stay. Despite being free, he chose to stay at the campaign site greeting other puppies and people.We asked around in town if anyone recognized Yogo, if they knew who he was or where he lived, and no one knew anything.Yogo’s unmatched charisma made it impossible for us to leave him in Colonia Yucatán, where he ran all the risks of a stray dog, so we brought him to Cozumel to begin his rescue process and be put up for adoption.Since then Yogo has lived temporarily with Mariana and 4 puppies of all sizes and 2 kittens. With kittens he is not very good. It’s not bad but wanting to play with them has hurt them.At home, Yogo is a calm dog, he is sweet, he has a good temper, he does not bark at strangers, he is not hyperactive. He will take advantage of any moment to approach you to be caressed, hugged and kissed. But he is also quite independent. He likes to have his space, lie down to enjoy the breeze when he finds it.What is so special about Yogo?Well, Yogo has a passion: exercise, muscle building, running, playing with 100% energy with the beautiful body that he was born with!Every day he goes for a run next to Mariana’s bicycle (always on a leash).They also go to the baseball field to play fetch. Yogo loves his toys and with all excitement and vigor he will play until he is tired.Watching him sprint is exciting. His happiness is contagious. Many humans would like to be as fulfilled as Yogo. Yogo is a dog, Yogo plays, Yogo runs, Yogo is happy.Already tired and satisfied, he will look for a shady area to lie down and pant comfortably and calmly.Yogo is a dog with a lot of personality, very sure of himself. His owner / family / adopter must have the same or greater security than him. He is an obedient dog, but if you give him weak instructions he will not listen to you.Like any passionate being, when Yogo doesn’t exercise for several days he gets cranky, behaves roughly with his little dog brothers and can even bite something that he normally wouldn’t bite.This behavior does not make Yogo a bad dog.All dogs need some degree of physical and mental stimulation. The amount depends on each race and each individual.🐩🐩 Yogo is definitely not a poodle. Yogo is an athletic dog with a lot of muscle. He is not a dog for any person/family. 🐩🐩Do you have what it takes to adopt Yogo?-You don’t need a house with a huge garden. What you need is will and desire to go running with him. Go swimming, play ball, ride a bike or skateboard. Even playing squash on a wall in your house can be enough sometimes. Its ok if one day he cannot go out, its not the end of the world for him, but several days without is not ideal. -You need the attitude of a leader and basic knowledge of canine language to be Yogo’s best friend and guide. So that your relationship is always evolving and both live great experiences and many adventures.-You need to be an active person. Don’t be lazy to grab the leash and tell Yogo let’s go to the park! Let’s explore the city! Let’s go to the beach, let’s go to the forest, let’s go for a walk!-Preferably no children under 15 at home. Yogo can be a bit rough when he plays.-No cats!-There can be other dogs at home, as long as they are stable dogs, there is correct leadership at home and each one is given the attention they require.Yogo is sterilized, vaccinated, dewormed, he was tested for Heartworm, erlichia, lyme, anaplasma, control blood counts, monthly preventives for fleas, ticks, heartworm.. you name it ❤ Yogo is ready to find the love of his life.


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

1 year old, about 9 kilos, a little fearful, at first, very playful and gets along perfectly with other dogs, cats and children, excellent on a leash and in the car

Foster assessment: coexists perfectly with dogs, children and cats. a little fearful at first, loves playing with stuffed animals and bones


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Tripod chihuahua, 8 years, super mellow and calm


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Mix breed, 6 months, male, 10 kg, higher energy

Child friendly: yes

Dog Friendly: yes

Cat friendly: yes

Housebroken: in progress

Shedder: average

Crate trained: yes

Good in car: yes

Resource guarding: no

Leash etiquette: in progress

Behaviors: puppy

Temperament: happy puppy


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Age ~3 years, Male,  Size: Medium Weight: 19.5 kg. Energy: He is medium-high energy, No cats please

Guero walks nicely on leash and loves to run off-leash. Super cuddly. Friends of dogs: friendly with dogs of similar size, people and puppies. He wants to be the boss of other dogs and isn’t comfortable in a pack of more than 2-3 other dogs. Gentle with children.Children’s friends: Probably fine as long as the friends are animal friendly. Very gentle with kids. Etiquette with a leash: walks nicely on the leash. Small animals like squirrels and cats he considers prey and will chase if given the opportunity. 

Resource: No resource food guarding. Loves toys but also loves to destroy“indestructible” toys within minutes.  Barking/loud: doesn’t initiate barking but will join in if other dogs start the ruckus. Will bark at cats and intruders. Domestic: totally housebroken, never an accident in the house.  Good in the car: Yes, calm in the car. 


Guero loves his humans and is very affectionate. He’d be a lap dog if allowed. He behaves if told NO when he goes where he isn’t wanted (Like laps). Gets excited for visitors and walks and food but is also content to lie on the sofa all day looking out the window. He has lived in a house since his rescue in September 2021. He’s had professional boarding with great reviews and four months of professional training but needs refreshers sometimes. He learns quickly. 


 Guero was found in a cardboard box in the jungle in September 2021 with horrific injuries. He had multiple surgeries and months of treatment to close his wounds of unknown source. He will always have physical scars but has overcome his emotional scars. He could easily live with a family with older kids. He’s never been around babies. Cats are NOT ok. A fenced yard is preferred.


Available for Adoption Okanagan

Brindle female mix approx 6 years old, 18 inches, 40 lbs approx

Through no fault of her own as her owner passed away 🙁 , Lulu is looking for a new home. Good with other dogs and cats. Kennel-trained, also likes to sleep with humans. Within a family; she absolutely loves kids and she bonds extremely well with her people. She’s very cuddly and loves human contact. She’s quiet and would be happy sleeping all day on the couch or following her human around. She has zero food aggression. She is a true little love bug with her own people. She is gentle and really good on a leash.

It takes her a while to bond and trust new people, which would include her new family.
She is fearful of new people especially if she feels scared/cornered/trapped, etc., and has reacted when she feels threatened or overwhelmed. She does well with an experienced dog owner who understands the importance of being alpha and giving discipline when needed. She would do best in a quiet, predictable home. Firm leadership is all she really needs to thrive.


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Age .3 years, Male, size medium, 16.2 kg, Energy-Medium.
He loves going on walks.. is good on a leash, likes short runs on the beach, or can run next to a bicycle or skateboard. The rest of day mostly sleeping.

Friendly with female dogs some male dogs are super friendly with people.
Cats he finds interesting but not fully exposed to.
Sometimes he can growl or bark during walks to specific dogs he feels uncomfortable with, this can be easily corrected.
Children -he is friendly, gentle, and calm. But because of some vision difficulty would not recommend children younger than 12 years. He is happy walking .loves to walk side by side with his foster sister’s dogs, loves to smell almost everything, he explores a lot during walks. Like squeaky toys.  He doesn’t bark much, but when someone is at the door he will bark to greet visitors.
Sometimes he barks when he hears unfamiliar sounds on the street
From day 1. This showed me he was a house dog and not a street dog.
Good in car, loves to go for car ride.

Temper. sweet, gentle. calm..he even asks permission from his foster sisters, not an alpha dog at all .

With food, he makes a happy dance but always waits for his bowl..
He’s not asking for attention he just wants to be present in the surrounding
He likes to lie down in the hallway or in front of doors..
He can stay many hrs alone in the house.
He loves sleeping outside on the patio or inside in his own bed.

Rescue story.
I first saw him running on the beach looking and following everybody. he joined us.( My 3 dogs and me) then left again. looking.A few days later he was there again and he followed us home. I gave him food. water .that evening we went with us on a walk. He was so happy and looked up with so much love it pulled a string deeply in my heart
That evening he followed me without a leash. when I went into a shop he walked by but coming outside he wasn’t there anymore. went looking for him 4 days and asked around everywhere.
Then about 1 week later he was at the other end of town y I knew is a sign I will rescue him and help him find a forever home.
After some time I started doubting his eyesight as he was clumsy.
Sometimes bumping against poles or didn’t see sidewalk steps.
It came clear when he didn’t see barbwire and run straight into it.
The opthalmologist gave medicine and eye drops.
How his eyesight is at this moment he sees shadows and big things details like pals on the street he doesn’t see.
Also, things coming from the sides he doesn’t see so he can get scared and react.
But I haven’t seen his eyesight being he big problem for him. if you wouldn’t know him you would never be able to guess he has vision problems.
He does more than other dogs that don’t have eye problems but as his owner, it will come with some special manual..to protect him to not damage himself. for Ahau is super confident.
Each day is a new opportunity for great adventures. he is always happy and so grateful.
He must have had an owner before. Ahau is not a street dog and wouldn’t survive on the street by himself.
He directly makes a very deep bonding with the human that takes care of him. I have rescued other dogs before but the bonding and love this pup gives us beyond words.
He deserves a family that is able to give him fun. walks free in nature..in a safe environment and with the protection of a loving home


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Approx 25k, 2 years old Playful, super loving with people & children. No cats please!

Chelo was left in an empty house and a neighbor took him in to foster him. He is already sterilized & vaccinated. He is lovely doggo! He does not bark when he’s alone, walks well on a leash, and is good in the car. He gets along with children and any dog.

Chelo doesn’t not like loud noises or storms, he gets very scared.


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Male 4.5 months old approx, 10 kg
He is a super sweet puppy, with LOTS of energy, loves to play and snuggle.
We don’t know his parents so it is uncertain the size he will be, but probably be medium/large
He gets along with other doggies.


Available for adoption Okanagan/Lowermainland

Lupita- Female, 2.5 years , 17.5


Very smart , playful, very good with people, good with dogs and cats. Good in the car, great with strangers can be easily handled. Has been living with 2 other dogs in his previous foster and currently lives with at the vet accommodation with a reactive English bulldog and knows how to keep her distance and respect other dogs boundaries who aren’t as friendly as her . When introducing her to other dogs , she does it in a calm manner she seems to be used to be around strangers and dogs. Crate trained as well


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Age: 6 MONTHS old Birth date: OCTOBER 2022 FEMALE Weight: 6.8- 7 kg She will be small-MEDIUM SIZE Behaviors Temperament: Energy: MED-HI
SHE LOVES PLAY ALL THE TIME LOVE Children Dog Friends: yes Cat friends: YES Resource guarding: NO Bark/noisy: NO Housebroken: A LITTLE SHE IS A BABYShedder: yes Crate trained: no Leash etiquette: yes Good in car: yes
Rescue Story CUQUI was 2 months old when we found her in the middle of the traffic in a dangerous street, we rescued her and she was treated sterilized and is in perfect condition in our foster home
Vetting Vaccines antirabies Multiple Vaccines Bordetella vaccine Tests: 4DMX, HEMOGRAM Dewormers: yes Flea/tick preventions: yes Heartworm preventions: yes Sterilized: yes Dental check/cleaning: yes Injuries/Xrays/surgeries: no



Available for adoption Okanagan/Lowermainland

male, 10 months, neutered, fully vax, super good with dogs ,people and cats.
Very calm, loves to play, good with leash, house broken


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Age: aprox 2-3 years old Female Weight: 7.7 kg Behaviors Temperament: Energy: Low

medium-small size, weight 7.7 kilos

Very gentle with other dogs and people she lives in the street we rescue her babies

Age: aprox 2-3 years old Female Weight: 7.7 kg Behaviors Temperament: Energy: Low Children Friends: yes Dog Friends: yes Cat friends: maybe she used to live in the street Resource guarding: yes Bark/noisy: no Housebroken: no Shedder: yes Crate trained: no but she is always in calm Leash etiquette: yes Good in car: yes Vetting Vaccines antirabies Multiple Vaccines Bordetella vaccine Tests: 4DMX, HEMOGRAM Dewormers: yes Flea/tick preventions: yes Heartworm preventions: yes Sterilized: yes Dental check/cleaning: yes very clean Injuries/Xrays/surgeries: no Rescue Story She was born in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Was found in December 2022 pregnant full of ticks . malnourished and very skinny. We took her to our foster home with her 4 puppies, unfortunately 3 of them died. She is very clean, do her business all the time outside, is shy at the beginning but very easy to gain her trust Foster assessment: You have to be careful with the open door because she lived all her life in the street and maybe she could escape, she protect her food and could be aggressive with other dogs when she is eating but you can touch her and is ok with humans



Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island
Age: aprox3 years old Birth date:2020  Female, Weight: 18 kg
Behaviors Temperament: PROTECTIVE   Energy: Medium Children Friends: yes
Dog Friends: yes Cat friends: yes Resource guarding: yes Bark/noisy: yes Housebroken: no Shedder: yes Crate trained: no
Leash etiquette: yes  Good in car: yes
Vetting Vaccines antirabies Multiple Vaccines  Bordetella vaccine Tests: 4DMX, HEMOGRAM Dewormers: yes
Flea/tick preventions: yes Heartworm preventions: yes Sterilized: yes Dental check/cleaning: yes
Injuries/Xrays/surgeries: no
Rescue Story
She was born in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Was found in at gas station in the middle of the highway. She was pregnant malnourished and very skinny. We took her to our foster home  is very positive so we are working on teaching limits as you can see at the videos
Foster assessment
She is demanding and energetic, strong, dominant with high energy. She is friendly with dogs, cats and people. He barks to new people or new sounds. Just protective never aggressive but needs discipline



Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Señorita is 5 years old, medium energy, gets along with other dogs and children, walks well



Approx. age: 2 year, Female, Weight: Kg 16, Energy: high
The vet says she is two years old but her temperament is that of an 8-month-old puppy, she plays with everything she finds, she is very affectionate, she is not shy, she lives very well with dogs and cats, she is obedient, she likes to be around people, giving kisses, having her belly scratched, she is very intelligent and sociable, she likes to watch people from the balcony without bark and knows how to walk on a leash, she loves the street but she also knows how to lie quietly in the room if you are around, she tries to climb on the bed (we think the person who raised her allowed it) but you say no!! She understand very well that Word; she is 100% indoor and tells you when she needs to go to the bathroom.  She will follow you wherever you go.  She is not a dog that barks for anything, only when necessary; she likes to play with her tail and steal the cats’food without you noticing.  She is definitely a very smart, spontaneous and affectionate girl.
Children Friends: yes Dog Friends: yes Cat friends: yes Resource guarding: No Bark/noisy: No Housebroken: yes Shedder: not excessively Crate trained: yes Leash etiquette: Yes. Good in car: yes she likes
Rescue Story:
She arrived at the door of our house, clean, recently sterilized and with a nice collar, but her family never showed. We assume she had a home in her first months of life and for some reason they let her go after sterilizing her because she is not fearful, from her attitude we are sure that she grew up with love.
Foster assessment
Chapis lives with us from January.
She seemed shy and was afraid to enter the house but that shyness lasted 5 minutes, as soon as she entered she climbed on the sofa and fell asleep, then she was introduced to my three dogs and she had no problem living with them, she plays a lot with our Platanito 12 year old dog, the other two are female but although they are younger than Platanito they play very little but do not fight among themselves.  Everyone choose their space, they eat and drink from the same dishes and they don’t fight or bark at each other, she integrates very easily, we think she is not an alpha female.
She will adapt to any family since she can be calm lying inside the house, looking out the balcony or playing on the terrace alone, with dogs or with children.  She will definitely steal your heart because she is a dog that likes to be close to you but she doesn’t bark to get your attention, if she can’t be with you she will look for something to entertain herself to come fill you with kisses when you arrive


Tonet (Toni Montana)


Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Approx age 6 years, Male, Weight: Kg 19, Behaviors: Friendly, Playful, Calm

Barbas – not ready to fly

Available for adoption Lowermainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Barbas, male 4-5 yrs. Larger dog (getting weight). Good with dogs/people. Very calm, med energy.

Was found on the streets. Barbas had TVT and has gone thru treatment and tested negative now







Available for adoption Lower Mainland/Okanagan/Sunshine Coast/Island

Mix: Malix Age: 14 Months Birth date: Feb 2020 Male   Weight: 18 kg / 39 lbs

Temperament: PROTECTIVE  Energy: HIGH Children Friends – OK Dog Friends OK 

Cat friends – OK Resource guarding  Bark/noisy – OK Housebroken Shedder – OK

Crate trained Leash etiquette – OK Good in car  – OK

Rescue Story He was born in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Was found by security guards in the  middle of the street. He was malnourished and skinny. We took him to our foster home and he had been growing with other 5 puppies.

Foster assessment He is very demanding and energetic, dominant with high energy. He is friendly with dogs cats and people. He barks to new people or  sounds. Just protective never aggressive. He needs some corrections while on leash to remember his manners with male dogs.


3 years, FEMALE (picture below, incorrect sex), 37 lbs, friendly/playful, high energy

Age: 3-4 years old Birth date: 2019-2020 FEMALE Weight: 20 kg (short legs ) Behaviors Temperament: Energy: LOW-MID LOVE Children Dog Friends: yes Cat friends: NO Resource guarding: YES Bark/noisy: NO Housebroken: YES Shedder: low Crate trained: no Leash etiquette: yes Good in car: yes 

Rescue Story: Clementine is medium size (short legs) female about 3-4 years old who suffered terrible abuse in the streets with several litters in her life, we rescued her pregnant and on the way to the vet she began to give birth in the car, she had 15 puppies, she came out positive for erlichia, anaplasma, heartworm and, all those treatments she has already finished, she is a very intelligent dog, she has learned to walk with a leash, but you have to work the walks because in the street he is very protective and cars and certain types of people who remind her the abuse are thrown at them. She does not live with cats, she knows how to paw, sit down and learn very quickly any trick you teach her.

Vetting Vaccines antirabies Multiple Vaccines Bordetella vaccine Tests: 4DMX, HEMOGRAM Dewormers: yes Flea/tick preventions: yes Heartworm preventions: yes Sterilized: yes Dental check/cleaning: yes Injuries/Xrays/surgeries: no