The Reserve Dog Rescue

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The Reserve Dog Rescue
about 2 years ago

In late August many Reserve Dogs were rescued from Northern Ontario. These free spirits are in need of loving homes.

Earlier in August, 15 dogs were rescued from a Northern Ontario Reserve with the help of a local group. These dogs traveled from a remote location for a chance of finding a forever home. We hope to find permanent homes for all of these lovely pups.

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Bree and Trent are bonded siblings who are looking for a home together. This beautiful duo have looked out for each other during tough times and we would love to see them kept together. They are under a year old with typical puppy energy.

Not all dogs from reserves are lucky enough to be relocated and to find forever homes.  Many of these dogs spend their lives outside living off any food they can find. Often they are found to be underweight and in need of treatment for parasites. Unfortunately, too many of these dogs do not make it through the harsh Ontario winters, with even more dying from health problems, starvation or exposure.

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Sasha and Sky are two sweet girls who had spent much of their time together. Sky (yellow lab mix) and Sasha (husky mix) are sweet active girls looking for a forever home together or with a sibling to play with.

Dog populations often grow out of control due to lack of spay and neutering. In an effort to control populations it is common for culling programs to be implemented. The more vulnerable dogs who survive the culling commonly become targeted by predators and more aggressive dogs. This is why rescue efforts focus on rescuing young dogs and pregnant females first.

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illy is a Collie/Husky mix looking for a home. He is young and has typical puppy needs. His ideal home will have a fenced yard and someone home with him during the day.

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Betsey was a young mother who's puppies have found homes. This 2 year old Duck Toller/ Terrier X is now ready to find her own forever home.

All of these wonderful dogs need to find a forever home that will be patient with their transition. You will be rewarded with their loving, wonderful personalities. The ideal home for these pups are one's with large fenced yards and where someone is home most of the day with them.

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Hunter's new family loves having this gentle soul lounging in their home. As you can see he is adjusting nicely and has already found his favorite spot on the couch next to his new mom.

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Beau and Beamer are two handsome boys looking for a forever home. They are extremely sweet boys who are well tempered and enjoy spending time with people. They are bonded and need to be kept together.

Some of these dogs arrived scared and nervous and are not accustomed to car rides or leashes. Many are experiencing things that may make them a bit shy, but lots of love, attention and understanding will go a long way with these dogs.

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Yogi is a 4-5 year old Lab. This clever boy enjoys spending time with other dogs but isn't much of a cat lover. He has some scars that are reminders of darker days when boiling water was thrown on him. Despite this though he is a very happy, loving boy.

Having been used to living outdoors these pups have a tendency to go on adventures or wander off on their own. Homes without small children are ideal as they have been known to leave a door or two open by accident. Due to these pups wandering ways they will need to kept on leash at all times.

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Dempsey posing for his portrait. This good looking boy is a 3-4 year old Husky/Lab mix. He is an athletic boy and will require a family to meet his needs and athletic lifestyle.

Although these dogs have had a rough start in life we hope that all of them will find their happy ending in a new forever home. They are sweet souls that just need a bit of love to bring them out of their shells. For more information or to apply for one of these dogs please contact Rescue Dogs Match at info@rescuedogsmatch.com.