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Are you interested in a dog that is not ready for adoption?

You can pre-apply for dogs that are not ready for adoption. However, adoptions are not done on a "first-come, first-served" basis, meaning that the first applicant does not have an automatic claim to the dog. Where there are multiple applications for a particular dog, the best match for the dog will always be the primary consideration. Here is a link to our adoption process.

What does "HOLD ON NEW APPLICATIONS" mean?

This means that several applications have come in for this particular dog and we have put a hold on new applications while the foster home considers the current applications.  There is no guarantee that these applications will be a match for this dog so please keep checking back to see if the "hold on new applications" is removed from the profile, in which case, means we are still looking for applicants that could be a fit!

Did you know we have more photos on our Facebook page?
Visit our Facebook page to find more photos of our dogs. On our Facebook page you can also read stories about all of our dogs.

Why is our adoption process so long?
A loving, safe and lifelong home is the goal in hart's re-homing efforts. A multi-step adoption process is followed to ensure the best match possible between the needs of the dog and the lifestyle of the potential adopters. Many of hart's adoptable dogs have been rescued from harsh situations and are therefore adopted out as companion animals to be loved and protected for the rest of their lives. The time we take in the adoption process and the fact that we visit each potential adoptive home is unique to our organization.

 Do you have adoption questions?

Please e-mail info@humaneanimalrescueteam.ca or hart.adoption.shaelynn@gmail.com with any questions.

Dogs Ready For Adoption


Dogs Not Ready For Adoption