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JAKK (Mid-East, yo)

Male Puppy Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

If you have any questions about JAKK (Mid-East, yo), please contact Loved at Last Dog Rescue at dogs.laldr@gmail.com

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About JAKK (Mid-East, yo)

Adoption Fee: $700

Unfortunately, due to regulations introduced by the CDC, dogs from the Middle East can no longer be imported into the US. Therefore, this dog is only available to Canadian residents.

A very good day to you. My name is JAKK (Jack) and here is a little info about me:
Breed: Shepard mix
Age: 8 months
Gender: male
Weight: 20 kg
Height: 60 cm

Rescuers found me here in the Middle East when they were out feeding stray dogs. I was taken to a safer place. I have been living in the shelter since then.

I was taken to the vet at that time. The vet believes I am low on calcium and other nutritients, no accident or injuries otherwise thankfully. Well, aside from someone cutting off my ears, which is very common here in my country.

I have another appointment to give more detailed info on whether I need more vitamins/minerals or any special nutrition to build me up.

From lack of proper nutrition and/or genetics, my front feet are broken down/weakened. Given good nutrients and a vitamin/minerals mix will likely help. I will probably need some foot/leg braces though. I'm sure the vets in Canada can formulate a plan to help me improve and strengthen them. Maybe a bit of physiotherapy will help too.

I am a very calm, kind boy. You'll find I am a pretty relaxed fellow... mellow in fact. I am just the type of loyal dog you want by your side. I will be your bestest buddy.

A moderately easy activity level would suit me in a home. Maybe once my feet are in better shape, we can do more, as I hear there are spectacular things to do there in Canada. It would be nice to have a cushy spot in the house to laze around and be able to go out and roll in the grass, as well.

I get along well with other dogs, but haven't been around any kitties or kids yet. With my chilled attitude though, I could probably do well with proper intro to a cat. Really just hoping for a family I can lavish my love upon and be loved in return.

Energy Level: moderate to moderate-low

I get along with :
Dogs : yes
Cats : unknown
Kids   unknown

Prey drive: unknown / not observed. My adopter needs to be willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise.

Fears: unknown/none observed. Please be patient assisting me in my transition.

Training: none
Leash skills: no. Please be prepared to train me.
House trained: No. Please be prepared to help me learn!

Health notes: disabled mobility in front paws, cut off ears
I have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.

My adoption fee is $700.00 CAD plus applicable taxes. This includes my transportation to Canada, if I am able to be accompanied by a flight volunteer directly to Vancouver.

Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue.

Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live.

Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. Although a 1-on-1 trainer is often not needed, it is good to have someone in mind in case any problematic behaviours arise. Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems.

Basic training should be taken seriously, but should not begin until your dog is well settled in - at least a couple of weeks. After you feel your new dog is relaxed and comfortable in their new home, check out training courses in your local area. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you.

While most dogs find escorting passengers flying directly to Vancouver, some will find flights through Toronto or  Montreal. In that case, additional fees will apply to fly your dog to Vancouver by cargo. Unaccompanied cargo costs within Canada range from $350 - $550 depending on the size of the dog. LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs.

The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs.

Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. However if a dog has been determined to be good with children we will approve applicants with children 8 years or older. More information can be found on our website.

[MID-EAST DOGS] *Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordetella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East.

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Name
JAKK (Mid-East, yo)
Age
9 Months, 2 Weeks and 6 Days
Gender
Male
Size
Large
Primary Color
Brown
Secondary Color
Black
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

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ABIGAIL (Mid East, yo) Tripaw

Anatolian Shepherd

Hi everyone. My name is ABIGAIL and here is a little info about me: Breed: Anatolian Shepherd Age: 11 months Gender: female Weight: 20 k... show more

Hi everyone. My name is ABIGAIL and here is a little info about me: Breed: Anatolian Shepherd Age: 11 months Gender: female Weight: 20 kg Height: 70 cm Rescued when I was just 10 days old from an addict. He was keeping me in a dark and dingy bathroom. When they saved me, they noticed that one of my legs was broken. No one knows what happened, but they are assuming that it had something to do with the addict that was keeping me. I like to say he was keeping me hostage, because that is what it felt like. My leg unfortunately could not be saved and they had to amputate it. However, that missing a leg has not hindered me from living a normal life. Though the early days of my life were not so bright, I am currently living the sweet life with a wonderful foster family. I am hoping that when I move to Canada, I will be able to get a prosthetic, which will help me run around and play easier. Because I sure like to play! I also enjoy getting cuddles from my human. I absolutely love those! I basically have all the good traits that dogs have and then some! I would make a great addition to any family! I am good with kitties too, that's an added plus. Energy level: moderate I get along with: Dogs: yes Cats: yes Kids: most likely yes, no video proof yet, but I am super sweet and gentle Prey drive: none observed, but adopter needs to be willing to train me should these behaviors arise. Fears: none observed, I have been brought up to have high self-esteem. Training: some, I know my name very well. I also know the word “no”. I’ve got to say though, it’s not my favorite word! Leash training: not so much. Please be prepared to train me. Housetrained: I am housetrained, but I sometimes have accidents inside the house yet. Please help me learn where to go in my new home. Health notes: My front leg is amputated. I have been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped My adoption fee is 750.00 CAD plus applicable taxes. This includes my transportation to Canada, if I am able to be accompanied by a fight volunteer directly to Vancouver. Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue. Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live. Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. Although a 1-on-1 trainer is often not needed, it is good to have someone in mind in case any problematic behaviours arise. Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems. Basic training should be taken seriously, but should not begin until your dog is well settled in - at least a couple of weeks. After you feel your new dog is relaxed and comfortable in their new home, check out training courses in your local area. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you. While most dogs find escorting passengers flying directly to Vancouver, some will find flights through Toronto or  Montreal. In that case, additional fees will apply to fly your dog to Vancouver by cargo. Unaccompanied cargo costs within Canada range from $350 - $550 depending on the size of the dog. LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs. The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs. Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. However if a dog has been determined to be good with children we will approve applicants with children 8 years or older. More information can be found on our website. [MID-EAST DOGS] *Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordetella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East. show less

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Ahoo (Mid-East, bn)

Jack Russell Terrier

Hey, Hey, Hey.  My name is AHOO and here is some info about me. Breed: Spitz / Jack Russe Age: 15 months Gender: Female Weight: 7.5kg He... show more

Hey, Hey, Hey.  My name is AHOO and here is some info about me. Breed: Spitz / Jack Russe Age: 15 months Gender: Female Weight: 7.5kg Height: (ground to shoulder) 34cm Found tied to a tree, my rescuers think the owners abandoned me because I was in heat. Well, I’m now ready to find a loving home with you. I am a cute pup with lots of energy, so I need a family willing to give me plenty of exercise and playtime. Playing fetch is the best, and I’m very good at bringing back the ball. I’ll even let you know when it’s time to play. Now, I have to admit that when I get bored, I can be a bit mischievous and a wee bit destructive.You can’t really blame me as I’m still a young pup. I like to bark when excited or protecting my territory, but I soon get quiet when I know everything is ok. Training would really help me to have the best possible manners. When it’s time for a walk, I get very excited. Then my curiosity takes over, and I love to explore my environment. I do try to grab things to eat, but training will also help to stop this behaviour. I am very fond of fruit and special snacks, so I bet I’ll  be easy to train.  At bedtime, I like to sleep near my hooman so I feel safe. Oh, and I try very hard to do my business outside, but sometimes I make mistakes. I know things will be easier when I am in my forever home. You can see from my vids that I am comfortable around other dogs, but I’m happy being your only companion too.  If you do have another dog, I need to eat separately from them as I will try and stick my head into their food bowl (I know, not very smart!!). In addition, please watch your fingers when giving me a treat as I sometimes forget to be gentle when I get a yummy snack. Unfortunately, I would prefer to chase a cat, rather than be their friend, but perhaps I could learn to live with one over time. I have no problems with children as you can see in my vid. I just love the attention. I know I’m a busy pup, but I’m sure there is a family out there who will embrace my exuberance and fun personality.  Living in the MIddle East is not fun for dogs like me, and I can’t wait to find my new home in Canada. Energy Level: high I get along with: Dogs: yes Cats: unknown  https://youtube.com/watch?v=mpc333sKi80 Kids: Yes https://youtube.com/shorts/r08aJdC3SgA Prey drive: My video shows that I really wanted to chase that cat. My adopter needs to be willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. Fears: I tend to bark when protecting my space. Please be patient assisting me in my transition Training: some Leash skills: some. Please be prepared to continue my training. https://youtube.com/watch?v=NdMuERgPgl0 House trained: No. Please be prepared to help me learn! Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. 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Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems. Basic training should be taken seriously and should begin a couple weeks after arrival. After your dog has settled in, check out courses in your local area. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you. While most dogs find escorting passengers flying directly to Vancouver, some will find flights through Toronto or  Montreal. In that case, additional fees will apply to fly your dog to Vancouver by cargo. Unaccompanied cargo costs within Canada range from $350 - $550 depending on the size of the dog. LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs. The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs. Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. However if a dog has been determined to be good with children we will approve applicants with children 8 years or older. More information can be found on our website. [MID-EAST DOGS] *Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordetella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East. show less

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Alfie (Middle East, mm) LOCAL and looking for home

Dutch Shepherd

Hi there! My name is Alfie and I moved to Canada on May 18th, currently living at my great foster in Vancouver and here is some info abo... show more

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ALICIA (Mid-East, kp)

Golden Retriever

Please note potential additional costs for me to get to you near the bottom of my profile. Unfortunately, due to recently introduced reg... show more

Please note potential additional costs for me to get to you near the bottom of my profile. Unfortunately, due to recently introduced regulations by the CDC, dogs from the Middle East can no longer be imported into the US. Therefore, this dog is only available to Canadian residents. Hiya there. My name is ALICIA and here is a little info about me: Breed: Golden Retriever/German Shepard mix Age: 4 (4.5) yrs Gender: female Weight: 31 kgs Height: 65 cm A rescue team in the Middle East received a call about a 3 legged dog running around a vet clinic with other dogs were bullying her. That dog was me. People were feeding us, but I could not get food, because the other dogs were chasing me away. The people reported that I would not be able to survive due to the harassment from the other dogs. So the rescue team went out and picked me up. I have been at the shelter for 3 years now. It is time I find my rightful home. One of my rear legs is missing around the knee. I can stand and sit on my hip, so t ht e vet did not want to amputate further up. An absolute angel girl the shelter calls me. I am very friendly. They say sweet as candy. My temperament is calm, quiet and happy. I am very nice with other dogs and enjoy being around people's kids/families that visit the shelter. I do not shiw any behavioral issues whatsoever, despite whatever happened to me and my time on the streets. It seems I may have had training or a home before, as I am quite well behaved. I would love to live the rest of my life as the queen of the house. Big smile. I still enjoy activity, but would love the hours snuggling too. Energy Level: moderate to moderate-low I get along with: Dogs: yes Cats: unknown Kids: yes Prey drive: unknown/not observed. My adopter needs to be willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. Fears: unknown/none observed. Please be patient assisting me in my transition. Training: none Leash skills: no. Please be prepared to train me. House trained: Yes or No. Please be prepared to help me learn! Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. Although a 1-on-1 trainer is often not needed, it is good to have someone in mind in case any problematic behaviours arise. Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems! Basic training should be taken seriously and should begin within a couple weeks or so AFTER arrival. Check out courses in your local area and enroll right away. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you. Health notes: I am a Tripaw missing my lower left rear leg. I have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. My adoption fee is $650.00 CAD plus applicable taxes. This includes my transportation to Canada, if I am able to be accompanied by a flight volunteer directly to Vancouver. Due to ongoing limits on Vancouver flights yet, additional fees will apply if flying from another city. Unaccompanied Cargo costs within Canada: $375-$500 per dog. LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs. I will be on the first available flight, as I need to leave the Middle East as soon as possible. If a flight directly to Vancouver is not found quickly after I've found a family, the extra cost for cargo to Vancouver from Montreal or Toronto will NOT be optional. If you would like to increase the chance of your dog coming sooner, the rescuer may be able to secure a cargo flight from the Middle East. This cost will likely be between $1200-4000 USD, dependent on size. Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue. Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live. The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs. Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. More information can be found on our website. *Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordatella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East.  show less

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Alley- local - sf

Labrador Retriever

Age:  almost 9 years old        Housetrained: absolutely      Energy level: moderate       Needs to be the only dog in his home.   Breed... show more

Age:  almost 9 years old        Housetrained: absolutely      Energy level: moderate       Needs to be the only dog in his home.   Breed:  lab cross   Weight:  46 lbs Hi there! My name is Alley and I am an amazing dog if I do say so myself. I am relaxed at home and can hunker down for a looong nap after a good walk... (zzzzz).  I certainly do enjoy being the only dog in the household as I so appreciate human attention and kindness. I am a guy who likes my neighbourhood walks. Hey, with a name like Alley, that was obvious, eh?! I love my walks with plenty of sniffing and lots of catching up on local dog news. I am respectful of human possessions but I do like my own basket of sticks to chew on. Your shoes, yoga props, delicate plants, and other personal items are definitely safe around me! Another thing I like to do is to search for hidden treats. My foster mom says that I am an expert at making them shower out of a stuffed item, like a kong toy. I do have a few struggles to maintain my calm when I am approached by strangers as well as dogs I don't know. I have made great strides, however, and I so appreciate my amazing support team who have been helping me with this, including two super skilled dog walkers, a great, great trainer, as well as others, all wanting to see me thrive. I am working on remaining calm and carrying on when out and about amongst strangers and dogs. Due to my bite history, when feeling threatened and unsure, I am very agreeable to wear a muzzle outside and if there are new people in close proximity. My support team says that I am well on my way to becoming a calm, confident dog and that I am building positive coping strategies for life in my forever home. Ideally, my team would like to help me to make a very gradual transition from my foster home to my forever home and, in a perfect universe, to find someone willing to keep working with my dog walker and trainer routines for a few months, to ensure success. Here is what my team (I like to call them my fans) have said about me - "Alley has shown such determination and effort and would be well-matched with a human who can reward him for his admirable efforts."  Is there a loving adopter out there who would like me to join them?  Please come and meet me soon. I am praying to the Universe everyday that I will finally find my place in the world – hopefully with you.  HISTORY: I had a challenging beginning in Bali. Rescuers found me on the streets. I was very ill from blood parasites but with good veterinary care, I fully recovered. I then spent several years sharing a courtyard with several other dogs. When the family who had taken care of me there were returning to their home country, I was selected for rescue to Canada. Since my arrival here, I have had a few challenges, most of which I have recently overcome. How terrific, eh?! I am neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.  My adoption fee is by donation.  Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website,  http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/  and to read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue.  show less

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ALOHA (Turkey, yo)

Boxer

Hi there. My name is ALOHA (Robin) and here is a little info about me: Breed: German Boxer mix Age: 1 yr Gender: female Weight: 31 kg He... show more

Hi there. My name is ALOHA (Robin) and here is a little info about me: Breed: German Boxer mix Age: 1 yr Gender: female Weight: 31 kg Height: 52 cm My rescuer found me abandoned in a parking area and very badly injured by other dogs. She immediately took me to the veterinarian for treatment. It took me about a month to heal up. I was then placed in a pet hotel. I have doggy friends here to play with, which is nice, but I'd love to have my own family. A sweet girl, who is very energetic and social, you will find me a pretty balanced dog. I am quite human-oriented and playful. In fact, when we get rolling, you won't know whether I am coming or going. And with my big ol' cute ears, I could hear you no matter which way I'm headed. Alooooha hahaha. Get it? I get along well with other dogs. I just need slow intro if the other dog is fussy with me. I like those willing to be friends, as I can get a bit in their face excited to start:  https://youtube.com/shorts/-LpLJVTi8JM. Don't let that put you off, I calm after a bit: https://youtube.com/shorts/CY9shCFAvjM, more and more: https://youtube.com/shorts/5JJt_WxABiQ, til I am relaxed with them: https://youtube.com/shorts/RIgJJe2nIUE (main vid.) I haven't been around kids or cats. I show no reactions to a crate. I am working on leash training and generally do not pull. The only thing I ask of you is love. I NEVER get bored of being loved on. SMILE. You will see I am eager to learn and easy to train. I can be quite the entertaining dog to watch too. I am both clever and intelligent, so getting into tricks or rally or some other doggy sport might be fun. Another vid: https://youtu.be/Oq1G1_6Omfc Energy Level: High I get along with: Dogs: Some, depends on the other dog's attitude. Cats: Unknown Kids: Unknown Prey drive: Unknown/not observed. My adopter needs to be willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. Fears: None observed. Training: Some, working on leash skills. Know a few commands (sit, wait, no), in Turkish, of course - so will need to learn in English. Leash trained: comfortable, but in progress. Please be prepared to continue training. House trained: No. Please be prepared to help me learn! Health notes: last check up Feb 2022. Medical records available: bloodwork, etc... I have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. My adoption fee is $750.00 CAD plus applicable taxes. This includes my transportation to Canada, if I am able to be accompanied by a fight volunteer directly to Vancouver. Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue. Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live. Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. Although a 1-on-1 trainer is often not needed, it is good to have someone in mind in case any problematic behaviours arise. Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems. Basic training should be taken seriously, but should not begin until your dog is well settled in - at least a couple of weeks. After you feel your new dog is relaxed and comfortable in their new home, check out training courses in your local area. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you. While most dogs find escorting passengers flying directly to Vancouver, some will find flights through Toronto or  Montreal. In that case, additional fees will apply to fly your dog to Vancouver by cargo. Unaccompanied cargo costs within Canada range from $350 - $550 depending on the size of the dog. LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs. The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs. Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. However if a dog has been determined to be good with children we will approve applicants with children 8 years or older. More information can be found on our website. show less

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ALPINE (Mid-East, yo)

Anatolian Shepherd

Hi there! My name is ALPINE (Happy) and here is some info about me: Breed: Anatolian shepherd cross Age: 2 year old Gender: male Weight:... show more

Hi there! My name is ALPINE (Happy) and here is some info about me: Breed: Anatolian shepherd cross Age: 2 year old Gender: male Weight: 50 lbs Height: 25 inches Rescued when only a couple of months old, I don’t remember much about my pre-rescue time. Apparently I was all alone, in the middle of nowhere, scared and very hungry. My rescue mom could tell that I had been attacked by other dogs, as I had wounds all over my body. There was no way she was going to leave me behind. I stayed with my rescuer for 5 months. Unfortunately, she had a friend take care of me in her garden, as she had another dog and her 5 puppies to rescue. That's when the nightmare began. Unbeknownst to my rescuer, the garden keeper was very abusive to me, starving me and beating me with whatever he could get his hands on. One day, my rescuer came to visit me and noticed my frail body. She saw I had become very timid and scared of everything. She confronted the keeper and took me to a shelter, away from the mean man. Living at a shelter in the Middle East is never ideal. I was not happy there. I felt sad and lonely. I prayed for my rescue mom to come back for me and one day, just like that, she was back to take me home. My rescue mom has been working really hard to help me get over my fear of people hitting me. I am not an aggressive boy at all, but every time people bend over to pick something up, I anticipate them throwing it at me! I get scared, my tail goes between my legs and I freeze. I have come a long way learning that not everyone is going to hurt me. I love to run around and play: https://youtu.be/ESEhBlh5r-8. I am so good with my dog friends, and I even have a little baby kitty sister that I adore: https://youtu.be/ad1qV6gtpd4. My rescue mom says I am such a good boy, smart and a fast, eager learner. I am good with people https://youtu.be/pl9IOcFruho and would make a perfect family doggo. Oh, one more thing, because I was starved at some point, I can get a little sensitive around my food. I don't get aggressive at all, but may protest and say a word or two in doggie language. My rescuer is teaching me that no one will be taking my food away anymore. Due to past experience and the anticipation of getting hurt, I may take a few minutes to gain trust. I do love attention, but let me come to you. Once I am comfortable, oh boy, you better be ready for lots of doggie hugs and wet kisses. You will have my heart forever and ever. Believe it or not, I can tell with people’s tone of voice whether they love me or not… kind voices go a long way with me. Having a forever loving family is my dream. Being able to go for walks in the woods or the park, chasing a ball and just being loved is what I wish for everyday.  https://youtu.be/a1sgPba3i4w. Being young, I'll need exercise https://youtu.be/U1EtR5MLzpU. I love to explore and sniff around and after, I enjoy resting and affectionate cuddling. If you are looking for a lifelong companion, someone who will love you and bring lots of joy and laughter into your life, then you have come to the right page. I am generally a happy, go lucky boy. Not to mention my ear to ear smile!!! Literally! I'm a loving boy who is looking forward to meeting you soon. ENERGY LEVEL: Moderate-High I GET ALONG WITH: Kids – YES Dogs – YES Cats – YES PREY DRIVE: Unknown/None observed. My adopter needs to be willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. FEARS: I get nervous when first meeting new people, Can you blame me?!! Please give me a little bit of time to trust you. TRAINING: Leash skills – some! I will need some training to master walking on leash. House trained – yes – But as you know when doggos go to a new setting, they may get overwhelmed and have an accident or two. Please be prepared to work with me! HEALTH NOTES: I am missing a coin sized patch of hair on one of my back legs. It's a scar I have had all my life. My rescue mom calls it my beauty mark. I have been neutered, *vaccinated & micro-chipped. My adoption fee is $800.00 CAD plus applicable taxes. This includes my transportation to Canada, if I am able to be accompanied by a flight volunteer to Vancouver. Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue. Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live. Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. Although a 1-on-1 trainer is often not needed, it is good to have someone in mind in case any problematic behaviours arise. Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems. Basic training should be taken seriously, but should not begin until your dog is well settled in - at least a couple of weeks. After you feel your new dog is relaxed and comfortable in their new home, check out training courses in your local area. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you. While most dogs find escorting passengers flying directly to Vancouver, some will find flights through Toronto or  Montreal. In that case, additional fees will apply to fly your dog to Vancouver by cargo. Unaccompanied cargo costs within Canada range from $350 - $550 depending on the size of the dog. LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs. The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs. Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. However if a dog has been determined to be good with children we will approve applicants with children 8 years or older. More information can be found on our website. [MID-EAST DOGS] *Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordetella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East. show less

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Amy (Middle East, mm)

Husky

Please note potential additional costs for me to get to you near the bottom of my profile. I have been waiting to get adopted for over 2... show more

Please note potential additional costs for me to get to you near the bottom of my profile. I have been waiting to get adopted for over 2 years now :( Name: Amy (Raha) Breed(s): Husky/Saluki Age: 4 years old Gender: Fe, spayed Wgt/Hgt: 60 lb / 23-1/2 in Activity level: average/normal Relations: good with dogs (kids too, though no video yet) / not good with cats Highlights: playful, happy, desires all the attentio I’d love to become the next pup-star in a forever home in Canada; I’m a playful girl who’s super ready to get on the spotlight of your life. You might’ve read your fair share of dramatic celebrity stories and this one is no different. I’m originally from the Middle East, and here stray dogs don’t have the best luck. I wasn’t having a good time on the streets when my wonderful agent (another amazing girl), aka rescuer, found me and took me to the hospital to receive the medical attention I desperately needed. https://youtu.be/L8J0I1YZVak  I had been beaten up by truly awful humans and as a result, the vet said, I had a couple of broken bones and was in a lot of pain, which explained why I was crying for help when my agent discovered (rescued) me. After successfully undergoing a surgery, my lovely agent was super kind and once again lent me a helping hand. I stayed with her for a couple of weeks until I fully recovered and was ready to go back with my kind, other pup-stars; then I was transferred to the shelter where I’m staying now. I live with a bunch of other nice dogs with whom I play daily and have a cool time. But as a very versatile performer, I’m not only good with dogs; in fact, I love spending time with humans too. They’re probably my favorite audience! (I haven’t figured out how to interact with cats yet, so I’d rather stay away from them). Everything was going great. I had a place to stay and friends to hang out with, but I felt sick again. I was taken to the vet; this time it was something called intestinal obstruction, and I had to enter the operating room once more. I’m a very resilient girl, you know? As most struggling artists must be to make it in this business, I stayed strong and now I’m totally okay. However, the poor diet I was following (leftover and bones) while on the streets proved to be damaging to my stomach. For this reason, the doctor says I’ll need to stay on a healthy diet (high-fiber food and no bones or things like that) for the rest of my life to avoid having the same issue again. But hey, it’s not like it’d be super hard, right? It’s a good way to stay in shape anyway. I’m good with dogs and enjoy playing and having fun with them and all sorts of activities, but there’s something that bothers me meeting new friends… As any sensitive artist, I like being the center of attention. So, I tend to feel sad and a little depressed when I’m not the one receiving the entire spotlight. Maybe that’s why I’m sometimes misunderstood as jealous, but the truth is I only want all the affection and love I can get. I mean, I’ve spent a long time without it, so I think it’s only fair I’m the one receiving all the cuddles and kisses available. My agent thinks that I’d be better in a home with no other pets to avoid any misunderstanding and let my creative soul shine. At least in the beginning. Don’t get me wrong, I can spend time with other pets, male dogs are the coolest, but the introduction needs to be slow and patient. I need to make sure they’re not after my spotlight, so I can feel safe and let my lovely personality fully out. I’m a completely healthy and vibrant-spirited artist now, so I can enjoy life as any other dog would. All I’m waiting for now is to find my forever home. I’ve been lucky to meet great people and dog friends since I was found, and I’m pretty sure I’ve collected memories to write a memoire at any time, like some of my fellow artists, but I still feel like the most important chapters are waiting ahead, would you help me with them for the years to come? I’m so ready to get the main role I’ve been waiting for my whole life, as the beloved dog in a wonderful family. Ready to be the life-agent of the sweetest pup-star and prepare to star in a show that will transcend time? My adoption fee is $650.00 CAD + applicable taxes. This includes my transportation to Canada, if I am able to be accompanied by a flight volunteer directly to Vancouver. Due to the ever-changing extenuating circumstances brought on by the Global Pandemic, we are struggling to transport dogs to Canada. Please note that additional fees may apply (beyond the adoption fee) in order to get your dog to you. LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs and will ask for your approval before any travel arrangements are made. The following are some examples of possible, non refundable, additional costs (note, these are estimates only and are subject to change): USA/Canada border transfer (via a Brokerage Company): $470 for 1 dog, $275/dog if 2 dogs are transported at the same time. Unaccompanied Cargo costs within Canada: $275-$475 per dog Unaccompanied Cargo costs overseas: $1,500-$3,700 per dog Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue. Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live. The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs. Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. More information can be found on our website. *Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordatella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East.  show less

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Angel (Middle East, mm) bonded pairs

Chihuahua

Please note potential additional costs for me to get to you near the bottom of my profile. Unfortunately, due to recently introduced... show more

Please note potential additional costs for me to get to you near the bottom of my profile. Unfortunately, due to recently introduced CDC regulations, dogs from [China/Middle East] can no longer be imported into the US. Therefore [dog] is only available to Canadian residents. Due to current travel restrictions related to COVID-19, there may be a long delay before I can get to you. Please only apply for me if you are prepared to wait, Hello My name is Angel and here is some information about me:  Breed: Chihuahua/Pekingese mix Age: 7 months old  Gender: Femaile Weight: 6 Kg My sister (Rebecca) and I was found by one kind soul when we were only a month old. Some heartless people put us inside sack and left us by garbage bin to die. We were lucky that she found us, but we had absolutely no energy and almost death from dehydration and hunger. She took us to hospital and later vet found out we have a leg deformation, and this seems to be genetic. This deformity is not stopping us to be happy and run around, we were lucky to survive and here we are all happy full of energy and ready to start our new life in Canada! https://youtu.be/SBIdcgJthf8 I’m a very happy little girt that love to play, I’m a bit shy at first but in no time I find my way to stole any person’s heart, just need to feel safe around people. My sister is very similar to me as well, we are very connected and like to be adopted by one family, we can not be separated. Our energy level is high, and we love to play all the time. We like to be only pets at your home because we love your attention. We are good with other dogs and not too sure about cats. I am a bit afraid of large dogs and men, I am scared of sudden movments. .https://youtu.be/mZ-Pc6QmJgY I am not house trained or leash trainded, please be prepare to help me learn.  I’m not too sure how I’ll react around cats/squirrels/rabbits etc. My adopter needs to be prepared and willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. Although a 1-on-1 trainer is often not needed, it is good to have someone in mind in case any problematic behaviours arise. Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems! Basic training should be taken seriously and should begin within a day or two of arrival. After your dog has settled in, check out courses in your local area. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you. I have been not been spayed/neutered yet but I am *vaccinated & micro-chipped.  My adoption fee is $700.00 CAD + applicable taxes, which includes my airfare, if a flight volunteer is found directly to Vancouver. Due to ongoing limits on Vancouver (YVR) flights, additional fees will apply if I have to fly through another city. Unaccompanied Cargo costs within Canada range from $275-$500 per dog (size depending). LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs. NOTE: once I find a family, I will be on the first available flight out of the Middle East seeing as I need to leave here ASAP! If a direct flight to Vancouver is not immediately available, the cost to fly me via unaccompanied cargo from Montreal/Toronto to Vancouver will not be optional.If you would like to increase the chance of me coming sooner, my rescuer may be able to secure a cargo flight from the Middle East. This cost will likely be between $1200-3800 USD, dependent on size.  Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, http://www.lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue.Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live.The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs.Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. More information can be found on our website.[MID EAST DOGS] *Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordetella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East. show less