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Newf Friends Newfoundland Dog Rescue is a volunteer run, foster home based rescue group for Newfoundland Dogs in need in Ontario, Canada.
We place Newfs into carefully screened homes in Ontario and surrounding provinces and states.
Established in 2008.

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Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Gander



Gander
2019-007

Available for adoption

Quick Adoption Overview
DOB  November 22, 2017
Located in the GTA
Fenced yard required
Before applying to adopt a dog or emailing us with questions, please read the dog's entire bio and review our FAQ page.  Emails asking questions that are answered on that page will not be responded to.

All about Gander
Sweet fella' Gander is a young, goofy boy who is full of puppy energy and eager to learn.  he is a delight to be around and is ready to find himself a loving family to call his own.

Rolling around with his toy

He's friendly, loves attention, and to romp around and play.  He is a typical young male who is in need of training and socialization.  Having lived his life in a rural environment he needs to learn about life in a more urban area.  Gander will benefit from opportunities for obedience training and socialization.

Gander has been attending classes and is proving to be an excellent student, quickly learning new commands and what is expected of him, and behaving very well around other dogs. Way to go Gander!  A family who will continue on with his obedience work and socialization will be best for him.


Smart and eager to please, Gander would do well with an owner who is interested in working their dog in obedience, water work, draft work, scent detection and more.  He is a real "thinker" and "problem solver", a very intelligent boy!

He is very people-focused and enjoys spending time with his family.  He would be happiest in a home where someone is around much of the time so he is not spending long days alone.

Gander previously lived with other dogs but had some resource guarding issues with one of them, and the decision was made to rehome him. This behaviour was limited to one dog, and was not noted with people.  We have not noted any issues with him but are continuing to assess.  So far he has proven himself to be very respectful of other dogs and suited to a calm canine companion who will not overwhelm him.


He has been vaccinated and has now been neutered.  Once he is healed from his neuter he will be ready to be adopted.

Applications are now being accepted.

To be considered for adopting a dog through Newf Friends please submit a completed application, which can be found on the CONTACT US/FORMS page. Before completing an application or emailing us with questions, please review our FAQ page.  As outlined on our FAQ page, applicants who do not meet our adoption requirements (ie. no fenced play area, living in an apartment building, having young children, etc.) will not be considered -- please do not email us asking us to make an exception.

Mobi




Mobi
2019-008

Mobi is in our sanctuary care program.  She will be living out her days in a foster home where she will get lots of tender love and care.

Donations towards her care are greatly appreciated.

DOB April 14, 2007
Located in the GTA


Sweet gal Mobi arrived in our care after her owner passed away.  She is a total love bug who enjoys a good snuggle.

On intake, Mobi was in pretty rough shape suffering from severe mobility issues and morbid obesity, and with a heavily matted coat which had to be completely shaved off.  With some basic vet care, we were able to identify that her thyroid was not functioning properly so we have started thyroid meds to help her feel better and drop weight, and have successfully treated her for a UTI infection that was causing incontinence.  We have also begun a comprehensive pain management regimen that has made a tremendous difference for her and enabled her to move around much better.

Due to Mobi's advanced age and serious health issues, we have determined that she is not a candidate for adoption. Instead, she will remain in our foster program in our sanctuary care program.  Our priorities will be to ensure that she is pain-free and is able to enjoy a good quality of life in a loving foster home for her remaining time.

Donations to help offset the ongoing care of Mobi are appreciated.  Details for making a donation can be found by clicking here.


To be considered for adopting a dog through Newf Friends please submit a completed application, which can be found on the CONTACT US/FORMS page. Before completing an application or emailing us with questions, please review our FAQ page.  As outlined on our FAQ page, applicants who do not meet our adoption requirements (ie. no fenced play area, living in an apartment building, having young children, etc.) will not be considered -- please do not email us asking us to make an exception.