URGENT -- Hamilton, Ontario

Why buy from a breeder when there are plenty of homeless pups in shelters???
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URGENT -- Hamilton, Ontario

Postby Meaghan Edwards » Fri Nov 12, 2004 4:05 pm

It seems like the Hamilton bullies are in danger :( I really wish I could pull and do transport, but I can't.

>There has been an influx of Pitbulls surrendered to the shelter within
>last week or two and they are running out of time. Two of these
>dogs will be euthanized on Monday if I cannot find a home or resuce,
if you
>or anyone you know has contacts with a reputable pit bull rescue who
>space please let me know ASAP.

Can any one help... I will forward you to the appropriate person.

PLEASE e-mail me private, as I am on digests, and don't get messages
sent to
lists right away... this is URGENT!!!


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Postby sophie » Fri Nov 12, 2004 4:17 pm

Does anyone have info about the individual dogs? Are they good with cats, etc?

I am in Hamilton and can't adopt right now, but I could foster a dog that is okay with cats while we wait for transport to be arranged to a rescue, if a rescue is found. I may be able to find others who can do the same.

The problem is that I do work during the day (though I usually go home for lunch) so it would need to be a dog that is ok being at home during the day.

Not sure if that helps...but it's the best I can do right now.

I'm going to visit the Hamilton SPCA after work today (5:30 ish) to see what the situation is (how many pitties they have, what their needs are, etc).

Crystal ("pitfriend" on the Pit Bull Pets web site)

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Postby Meaghan Edwards » Fri Nov 12, 2004 4:24 pm

Found some more info on them, they're not the dogs I was thinking of, but they still need help!

>"Faran" is a five year old female (possably already fixed), she was
>surrendered to us because of allergies (whether I belive that or not is
>another story!). She has been temperment tested by our commity and has
>been deemed too shy for adoption. Because of the amount of pit bulls we
>have in the shelter at this time is has been made clear that we will only
>be keeping the best of the best. This dog is just terrified. She is
>housetrianed, will not eat, and is very upset with being abandoned. The
>owner has told us she is wonderful with children, loves adults, not to good
>with cats and other dogs but is obedient and gentle. I have fallen in love
>with this dog. I can't stand to look at her with those eyes asking mw why
>she has been thrown away by her family.
>"Jessy" is posted on Petfinder.com under Stoney Creek- Hamilton Animal
>Control. She is just about a year old, unfixed and VERY dog aggresive.
>She is absoulutly wonderful with people and has tolorated some very
>unrulely children with her tail wagging. This dog has been in the shelter
>for two months and is developing some repetitive behaviours. She came to
>us as a stray and was uncontrollable, dog aggresive and food aggressive. I
>have been working with her all that time and she has turned into a very
>nice dog. She now knows "sit", "down", "paw", "drop it" and has the
>capacity to learn quikly. The food aggression is now not a problem thanks
>to the "drop it" comand but I still would not recommend her for small
>children. She also must be placed in a home with no other animals, NO
>exceptions. As you can see this has been a hard one to find a home for
>even without the stigma-thank you Mr. Bryant.

From the sounds of it, I believe these dogs are under the control of Stoney Creek- Hamilton Animal Control, NOT the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA, but I don't think it'd hurt to get in touch with them to confirm this.

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