Adoptable Dogs

Please check back for updates on our adoptable dogs or keep an eye on our Facebook & Instagram page for further information! When a dog does become available, we will post all related information below. Thank you for your interest and ongoing support!

A $6 non refundable application fee is required for each adoption application submitted. This fee is considered a donation and will go directly towards our special needs pups in care to help offset the costs of their medical expenses. Further payment details can be found at the bottom of this page. Thank you.

Please note the following:

  • If applying for an adoptable dog, please know that if you are one of the 3-5 families contacted for a “meet & greet”, you and all family members from the same household must be willing to travel to meet the dog in person. Locations may vary but are generally in the Milton area or surrounding cities where the dog is being fostered. Attending to a “meet & greet” does not solidify that you will be chosen to adopt the said dog. However, a “meet and greet” is a mandatory part of the adoption process in order to be considered.
  • Although we always do our best to state the suspected breed or breeds of the adoptable dogs, please note that we cannot guarantee any of these dog breeds, or disclose any specific details pertaining to the surrendering of our dogs. Oftentimes, we are provided with very limited information and we are unable to confirm the validity of any specific information received.
  • If a dog comes to us without a date of birth, we do our best to make an educated guess based on the physical traits of the dog, alongside with the medical opinion from the vet.
  • Once a dog is adopted, please allow ample time for the dog to slowly adjust to its new surroundings. This takes a lot of time and patience and new or unexpected behaviours during this adjustment phase may surface. Of course we are always here to provide advice.
  • If for ANY reason, the adopted dog needs to be rehomed at any point, Fur-Ever Able Dog Rescue & Rehab must be notified promptly so arrangements can be made for the dog to be returned to our rescue. Please note that there will be no adoption fee refund.
  • Our computer system does not send any confirmation email after an adoption application is submitted. Rest assured, we did receive it.
  • Since we are only two people, both with full time jobs and a family to care for as well, we do not review applications immediately after each submission. Please be patient with us as we usually wait a week after a dog is posted before reviewing any applications submitted.
  • Sadly, we cannot respond back to each and every application submitted as we just don’t have the time or manpower to do so, especially with the hundreds of applications received. Please know we do appreciate you taking the time to apply.
  • You will only be contacted if we wish to have you attend for a meet and greet.
  • Respectfully, PLEASE DO NOT CALL US IN REGARD TO YOUR APPLICATION or status of application! If you have any further questions, please email or send a direct message via Facebook or Instagram and we will do our best to respond within a timely manner.
  • The link to the adoption application is located at the bottom of this page and our adoption fees do vary depending on the medical needs of the puppy or dog. Non medical puppies and dogs are $550/$750 depending on age, senior dogs are $350 and are surgical puppies and dogs are $1000. All adoption fees do go directly back towards the ongoing medical expenses in running a large scale dog rescue focused on dogs and puppies with medical needs. Thank you.

Thank you in advance.

Bonnie is up for adoption!

Breed: Mixed Breed (Unknown)

DOB: Approx 4 mths

Weight: Suspect medium to large breed in size

The beautiful Bonnie came to us on October 28th, 2021, after she and her littermate, Clyde were rescued off a northern reserve, located in Manitoba. This playful young pup has a very sweet and loving personality, looking forward to any kisses, pets or belly rubs she can get from anyone nearby.

Bonnie is currently residing in a foster home with another dog, cat, and ferret. Although she does like to play with the cat and ferret, she can be clumsy and pounce around, so supervision has been required. Another canine friend at her future home would be nice to have but not mandatory. Her house training is coming along but given her young age, she will need ongoing consistency in order to avoid any future accidents. Bonnie has started working on her basic training and although she doesn’t always respond to her name, she has learned how to sit and shake a paw.

This dog absolutely loves the outdoors and looks forward to her daily outings and silly “zoomies”. Her leash walking has been going well but at times she does get easily distracted. When it comes to her crate training, Bonnie will sleep in it at night but not without a few minutes of crying before she eventually falls asleep. However, if allowed, she much prefers to sleep on her dog bed next to her people or even snuggle up on top of the big human bed instead.

This happy go lucky gal loves all people, both big and small so a home with mature, dog savvy children would be allowed. Overall, Bonnie is still very young and will require a family dedicated to her ongoing training and daily outdoor exercise. She absolutely will be a wonderful addition to any dog loving family!

Adoption Fee – $750. Bonnie has been spayed, received her age-appropriate vaccines and has been microchipped.

Astro is up for adoption!

Breed: Mixed Breed (Unknown)

DOB: 26OCT2020

Weight: 55lbs

This cleft lip cutie named Astro came to us on October 28th, 2021, after he had been rescued off a northern reserve, located in Manitoba. Upon his arrival into care, it was apparent that he was anxious when out on walks, but thankfully with time he has learned that the world isn’t all that scary. Overall, this handsome boy absolutely loves people (both big and small) and craves for all the affection he can get out of you!

Astro is a very happy boy who gets very excited for his morning walks. This blue-eyed, cleft lipped, gentle giant absolutely adores human attention and would do well in a forever home that can shower him with the love and attention he deserves.  Astro feels safest when someone he loves is holding his head and will sit to have face rubs indefinitely.  He can get a bit mouthy and stompy in his attempts to retain your attention although he is responding quick to corrections on this behaviour. He sleeps well in his crate through the night although does not enjoy being left alone at home for extended durations. Despite his excitability, at home Astro is extremely quiet and not at all destructive.  Astro is house trained and is good with cats and children.  He is very food motivated and you will not see a dog that sits faster or straighter than Astro does when he learns that there is food involved.

Astro can get a little anxious on walks which can lead to him pulling, so he is currently enjoying two to three 30min walks per day to help build his confidence.  We have seen some improvement in his general anxious state on walks and have learned some mitigation strategies to help with the pulling. His anxiety can also cause him to be reactive to some dogs on walks although he does fine with proper introductions and currently lives with another dog in his foster home.

This adorable boy is a loyal canine companion, wanting nothing more than love and affection from his people. He aims to please and deserves nothing but the best, so a loving home committed to his ongoing training will be essential to his long-term success. He is a loving boy with lots to give and would make a great addition to the right home.

Adoption Fee – $550. Astro was recently neutered, is up to date with is vaccines and has been microchipped. Meet & Greets will be held in Guelph, ON.

Betty is up for adoption!

Breed: Mixed Breed

DOB: Approx 4 months old

Weight: Suspect she’ll be a medium sized breed.

Betty (also nicknamed Betty Boop) came to us on October 28th, 2021, after she had been rescued off a northern reserve, located in Manitoba, along with her two littermates, Simon & Lexi. She is one smart cookie because upon her arrival, she instantly knew her name and would instantly come running to anyone who called out to her. Her house training is surprisingly coming along extremely well, with only the odd accident so far and she also enjoys sleeping in her crate at night. As for her basic commands such as sit or down, they are starting to come along but given her young age this takes time, consistency, and patience.

Betty has had the opportunity to be well socialized with other dogs because her foster family run a doggy daycare. However, when she meets a new dog, she may initially bark from a distance but once she’s had an introduction, she plays very well with them. This friendly girl currently lives with a cat and so far, she’s had no issues sharing her foster home with her new feline friend.

Overall, Betty is one of the sweetest pups you’ll ever meet. So sweet that her foster family had a difficult time making the decision to allow her to go up for adoption. Needless to say, this loyal lady deserves a loving furever home who will be dedicated to her ongoing training and committed to her daily outdoor adventures and walks.  

Adoption Fee – $750. This adoption fee will include Betty’s spay (scheduled Nov 27th), her age-appropriate vaccines as well as her microchip. Meet & Greets will take place in Milton, ON.

Clyde is up for adoption!

Breed: Mixed Breed (Unknown)

DOB: Approx 4 months old

Weight: Suspect medium to large breed in size

Meet Clyde, your bff who just wants to be the centre of your world. This “houndsome” young pup came to us on October 28th, 2021, after he and his littermate, Bonnie, had been rescued off a northern reserve, located in Manitoba. Clyde absolutely loves everyone but bonds strongly with his “special person”, often following their every move. He would probably do better with someone who can be home with him for part of the day as he does suffer from some separation anxiety and will need some more training.

He continues to sleep well in his crate all night but if you’re willing, he’d be more than happy to trade his crate for your bed. Clyde has had very few accidents in the house, and he does his business very quickly when taken outside. Clyde has bursts of energy (like most puppies) and may accidentally knock over smaller children or possibly jump up on them to give them a big smooch, so he is probably better suited for a home with older children. At this time, he has not been tested with cats.

Do you like long walks or hikes in the trail? He’s all in and does well walking on his leash, unless he sees a squirrel, then all bets are off. He loves meeting new dogs however, he is a little nervous initially, but he quickly warms up once he realizes he’s made a new friend. Clyde is still working on his manners when it comes to mealtime. He loves to show you his jumping skills and how good he’d be at high jump. Once his bowl is placed on the ground, he’s learning to wait for you to give him the go ahead to enjoy dinner. Be careful leaving food out on the counter as he will take it upon himself to have a peek and maybe test it for you to make sure it’s good.

Do you need a cuddle? Clyde is the best snuggle bug and will rest his head on your lap or cuddle up next to his fur-sibling. When Clyde isn’t snuggling or out walking, he loves to chew on his bones or chase his fur-sibling around. He’d love to have a fur-sibling to play and chase but would be okay on his own as well. Overall, Clyde is a very sweet, loving, super friendly, playful boy who will quickly win your heart and make a great addition to any family.

Adoption Fee – $750. This adoption fee will include Clyde’s neuter (scheduled on Dec 7th), his age-appropriate vaccines as well as his microchip. Meet & Greets will be held in Oakville, ON.

Lily is up for adoption!

Breed: Bull Terrier

DOB: 5 years old

Weight: 45lbs

Lily is a sweet, lovable, snuggly dog who must have been born to give nothing but love and she is a big fan of snuggles, cuddles, and kisses. In her foster home, Lily has been working on basic training skills and loves to go on walks and outdoor adventures! When outside on a leash, she is still learning how to stay calm around pesky squirrels and other dogs, but when she’s at home she wants nothing more than to curl up and take a good long nap! Although Lily loves all people, both big and small, she would be best suited in a home with dog savvy children only because she does like to jump up when excited.

Lily is fully house trained, and she has a crate that she does like to sleep in sometimes during the day (literally just puts herself in her crate – it’s quite cute). She does very well in a crate overnight, but she much prefers to sleep on her dog bed placed in a bedroom near her people.

Lily has some skin sensitivities and requires a bath every few weeks, which she handles very well, with her special shampoo to give her some relief. In addition, Lily has a sensitive stomach but if she’s kept on a digestive/gut health pet food and slowly transitioned to new foods there shouldn’t be a problem! She struggles to put on weight and could use a couple more pounds. 

Overall, Lily is a pure joy to have in your home and you will never be without puppy cuddles and no doubt, she will quickly become your best friend! She gets along very well with cats and has previously lived happily with other dogs as well. She is an easy-going dog who wants nothing more than to be around her family. 

Adoption Fee – $550. Lily was recently spayed, is up to date on her vaccines as well as microchipped. Meet & Greets will take place in Guelph, ON.

Burt is up for adoption!

Breed: Shepherd Mix (Unknown)

DOB: Approx 4-5 years of age

Weight: 90lbs

This fun-loving, energetic shepherd cross was surrendered to us from a loving family, who lived on a rural property in Manitoba. Burt had previously been rescued off a northern reserve prior to living with his family and ultimately, came into care with us on October 28th, 2021, due to circumstances beyond Burt’s control. Since coming into care, his foster family has described him as being a joy to have around, loving all adults, children, and even cats too!

Burt has a strong foundation in basic training and also has impeccable recall, however he is still learning how to walk on a leash respectfully. Overall, he’s a very well-mannered gentle giant who will wait for direction from his handler, such as when to get out of the car or even when to eat while his food is sitting in front of him. Burt has had the opportunity to attend a doggy daycare on a daily basis and it’s very apparent how much he enjoys his playtime, along with meeting new canine friends each and every day. When he’s not romping around at the daycare, he looks forward to his daily walks and runs with his foster parents but at the end of the day, he quietly curls up to take his nap. That said, when Burt overexerts himself physically, he may start to show a limp. As a result of this concern, we had him follow up with our veterinarian who took x-rays and also completed bloodwork. Subsequently, he was diagnosed with showing early signs of arthritis. The goal moving forward is to continue to work on reducing his weight as he’s still slightly overweight, and his foster family also had him do hydrotherapy therapy sessions to work on his strength. A long-term joint supplement for Bert could be something to explore and it will be important for him to maintain a healthy weight in order to alleviate any unnecessary stress to his joints.

Overall, Burt will make an excellent addition to any dog loving family and no doubt, his charming personality will continue to win over the hearts of everyone he meets!

Adoption Fee – $550. Burt has been neutered, is up to date with his immunizations and is microchipped. Meet & Greets will take place in Milton, ON.

Newman is up for adoption!

Breed: Mix breed

DOB: 24OCT2019

This smart, high energy 110lbs handsome boy is now looking for his very own outgoing and knowledgeable family to call his very own. No doubt that this bouncing boy will steal your heart as soon as you meet him because he is just so full of love and personality, but he will require a very special home due to his behavioural needs. It’s important to know that Newman had been adopted in early May of 2021, but after a month in his new home he was returned due to an incident where he bit his owner while he was being physically redirecting. His owner did not require any medical attention, but this unacceptable behaviour needed to be addressed. Since returning into care, this playful pup has been in training and has progressed significantly in doing so. As a result, it is now time for Newman to find a suitable furever home!

Newman will require a family experienced with large breeds with behavioural needs and must be committed to taking him on daily walks, playing fetch (his favourite thing to do) or outdoor adventures in order to exhaust his high energy self. Ideally, he would do best in a home with a large fully fenced in backyard or alternatively, a very large rural type of property. Although Newman looks forward to his daily walks, he does tend to pull but since using the gentle leader he’s learning to go at a more controlled pace with ease. Therefore, due to his young age and past behavioural history, ongoing training will be essential and in Newman’s best interest for long term success.

When meeting new dogs, he is very interested but he is still learning how to interact appropriately without frightening them due to his large size and fast approach. However, with his recent training routine, he has been exposed to a variety of different dogs on a daily basis and has improved a great deal with his social etiquette. Previously Newman had been exposed to cats and did well but with any future home, the cat will have to be dog friendly due to his playful nature. Although he’s a friendly boy, he will still need proper introductions to anyone new coming into the family home.

Overall, Newman is a very loving boy with a silly but fun-loving personality. He does forget his own size at times, and he thinks he’s still very much a lap dog, but this is just because he’s got a huge loyal heart for his humans.

Adoption Fee – $550. Newman has been neutered, up to date on all immunizations and is microchipped.

Thank you for taking the time to apply and as always, thank you for your continued support. Please note that we will only be contacting those applicants selected for a meet and greet. As much as we would like to thank each and every applicant personally, sadly we just do not have the time or volunteers to do so with us being a small scale, volunteer based and a non profit rescue.

Adoption Application

. A $6 non refundable application fee is required for each adoption application submitted. This fee is considered a donation and will go directly towards our special needs pups in care to help offset the costs of their medical expenses. Further payment details can be found at the bottom of this page. Thank you


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