The following article is part of an ongoing effort to help homeless dogs in and around the Toronto/Hamilton area find suitable and loving homes. Currently, the need is great but the homes are few. Your help is desperately needed.
Speaking of Dogs Rescue of Toronto, Ontario would like you to meet Elly, a Labrador retriever that was rescued from a puppy mill.
This dear girl arrived at the rescue with runny eyes and itchy skin. She was taken to the veterinarian to get eye drops and skin pills. Now she is doing much better, although she still has some bald patches.
Elly also has a tumor on her mammary gland that will be removed. Despite all of her problems, she is a happy and friendly girl that loves people and is great with other dogs.
She is up-to-date on routine shots and housetrained. If you wish to adopt Elly or would like more information, send an email to Speaking of Dogs Rescue at email@example.com and put ‘Pet Inquiry: Elly PFId#21232933’ in the subject line. You can also call 416.444.4190.
An adoption application is available for download HERE.
Speaking of Dogs Rescue is an organization dedicated to educating and enlightening people about dogs through seminars, workshop forumsand their web site. The organization’s goal is to help end cruelty, abandonment, mistreatment and homelessness of man’s best friend.
Adoption applicants are carefully screened for suitability and compatibility, as well as criteria related to care and commitment. After an initial interview, you will be asked to provide references and agree to a home check prior to the placement of a dog. An adoption contract must be signed and dated and an adoption fee is required.
Speaking of Dogs Rescue
71 Underhill Drive