This is Reuben and he is currently living/residing at the Delta Community Animal Shelter (DCAS) in Delta. Reuben HATES being crated/kenneled and suffers from separation anxiety so he needs a foster/home where someone is with him most of the time until he is conditioned to be able to spend small amounts of time on his own. It will be a long-term foster (6 to 12 months). He is a bouncy, untrained, happy and affectionate pooch about 12 months old. Contact us or the DCAS shelter if you can help www.deltacommunityanimalshelter.ca/
ROXY is a beautiful, friendly, athletic dog. We are looking for a home as an only dog that will keep socializing her with other balanced, playful dogs. Roxy loves to play and is polite and well mannered (with the exception of some counter surfing). She is good with older kids and is a great running partner. She was house-trained with a bell on the door and loves the dog park and playing with other friendly dogs. Roxy is a Shepherd/Pit Bull/Lab mix, born Sept 8, 2013. She is healthy and covered for vaccines for the next 3 to 5 years. She weighs almost 60 lbs and is absolutely gorgeous. Roxy will be adopted with an obedience training package and we have several wonderful trainers we recommend depending on location (within the Vancouver Lower Mainland). Email us at [email protected] if you are interested in Roxy. An application can be downloaded directly off our website under “adoption process.” For more information about our rescue and adoption process please visit our website at www.crossourpawsrescue.com
We know ROXY well as we rehomed her over a year ago as a pup. Sadly, she did not do well with the other dog living in the home. It was best she be rehomed, however is social with most other dogs.
Lacey is still looking for her special home. Lacey is almost a year old and is a true pleasure to be around. She does experience some anxiety when left alone so a home where someone is home during the day or can take her to work would be ideal. Cagney (right), Lacey’s sibling, found her forever home NOW it’s lacey’s turn!!! Lacey and Cagney came to us after being rescued in Alberta. For more information about Lacey visit her here on our adoptable petlist.
LACEY sure knows how to groove…LOL! THANK YOU Barb and Kathy for taking such good care of our girl!
This is DAPHNE, a 5 yr old GSD that was clearly used as a breeding dog. She was found as a stray in February and has been living the shelter life for almost 8 months. She is now spayed and doing amazing in a foster home. DAPHNE came to us via Vancouver Animal Shelter as a transfer and we are thrilled to be able to help!
DAPHNE was just posted for adoption. Updates will be added as we get to know her better so we can make the best match possible for her. What we do know so far is Daphne is a lovely, intelligent girl and is true to her breed. Daphne gets along well with most other dogs but doesn’t need to live with one. She loves to play and is learning not all dogs want to so she gracefully moves on. She is house and crate trained and protective of her people. Breed savvy homes will be considered first. For more information about our rescue and adoption process please visit our website here under adoption process. www.crossourpawsrescue.com
Daphne in her new foster home getting acquainted with her new pack
Watch Daphne swim at Aqua Paws in Vancouver. Such a wonderful place to visit whether it be for therapy or exercise
AGE: 4 to 5 years old
BREED: Lab/Border Collie
WEIGHT: 60 pounds
LEASH SKILLS: Learning to heel
GOOD OFF-LEASH: Not yet
GOOD IN THE HOME: Yes
GOOD W/DOGS: Yes
GOOD W/CATS: Ignores
GOOD W/KIDS: Older
Bailey is a wonderful Lab/Border Collie mix that lived on a chain her entire life having litter after litter after litter. She was surrendered to our rescue partners in Terrace called NARA (Northern Animal Rescue Alliance) who transferred her to COP. NARA is fantastic group we’ve worked with for years. Bailey is learning how to behave in the home and catches on quickly. She is amazingly smart and affectionate. She is good with other dogs but does not need to live with one. Visit our website www.crossourpawsrescue.com for details…
Photo by Jesse Yuen