The following article is part of an ongoing effort to help homeless dogs in and around 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 to introduce a beautiful white Shih Tzu named Queenie, who was abandoned in an apartment with another dog when her owner fled the country.
According to rescue staff, this sweet girl is “quiet and easy going.” She is approximately 8-years-old, behaves well around calm people and rather dignified as well. Although she did not look so good when she first came to the rescue, she is now groomed and looking great!
Queenie is spayed, up-to-date on her routine shots and housetrained. To learn more about her, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and put ‘Pet Inquiry: Queenie PFId#25045041’ in the subject line. You can also call 416.444.4190.
Speaking of Dogs Rescue is dedicated to educating and enlightening people about dogs through seminar forums, website support, outreach and rescue. The goal is to bring an end to such things as cruelty, mistreatment, abandonment and homelessness. Speaking of Dogs’ founders have years of experience working in animal shelters, vet clinics and more. They truly understand and support the welfare of all dogs.
With more than 50 years of combined experience and knowledge, the founders of Speaking of Dogs have worked in animal shelters, veterinary clinics, rescue organizations and training facilities, and understand the needs of those devoted to the welfare of dogs.
Did You Know?
Helping Lost Pets (HeLP) has announced a major new partnership with Missing Pets Alliance (MPA) to help more pets get back home throughout the Facebook world. Hundreds of Facebook pages have been created to network information about lost and found pets across the country. It is often difficult to match found dogs with their owners. The database and mapping abilities of (HeLP) solves this problem by providing a powerful resource that will extend the missing pet Facebook pages. The many volunteer organizations and animal shelters can also broaden their reach via the HeLP Network and the MPA Facebook page. For more information, go to HeLP and MPA, both on Facebook.
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