Our puppies are only placed in homes where people are with them during the day. They have had a harsh beginning in life and can never feel abandoned again...

Here are pictures and names of our adoptable dogs and their status is kept up to date.

Please email us at if you require more information. We receive pups and dogs regularly so please keep watching in anticipation...

My thanks for your interest in our remarkable dogs - Sharron



TIARA HAS BEEN ADOPTED: Tiara is from Attawapiskat and she had much to learn when she arrived.  She wasn't sure how or what to trust and she seemed uncomfortable with the approach of a touch. It took her time to understand tenderness and soft whisperings of love. Tiara is a darling little girl of 18 pounds and she now offers herself willingly to be picked up and cuddled. She is both gentle and calm and follows us about the house almost silently. A slight turn will find her right behind us, looking upwards with love.

Tiara is between three and five years of age and while she is wise and slightly worn by life and several litters, she is also hopeful and eager for each new day.

Tiara has the heart of a warrior but I know she would love to rest her weary soul and be taken care of by someone who adores her.

She accepted all our dogs without issue and they greeted her with respect and admiration. She attended the MPR reunion and wasn't daunted by all the dogs or strangers. Her tail wagged and she was simply happy to matter to so people.  Tiara deserves to be someones companion and to belong. She is little but her hopes and dreams are large.

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ADOPTED Bart is from Attawapiskat and he is three years old. He is a true and honest northern dog. Bart is proud, noble, kind and caring. He is interested in all life has to offer but most important to him is having a family to care for and watch over. 
Bart is grateful for his chance to have a wonderful life and he will not let anyone down. He attended our sixth annual reunion in September and was gracious, considerate and witty. 
He is in foster care in Timmins just now and will be with us in Bracebridge within a week. Once in our care, he will be neutered. 



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Corey is from Attawapiskat and he was sent to us after being hit by a car. He is just eighteen months old and as much as he tried to be brave he was more confused than anything. He was flown out and we got him to our vet immediately. Corey had his back leg amputated and his pelvic bone is cracked. In just one operation, he lost his leg and was neutered but none of that bothered Corey. He was more concerned with being kept apart from the other dogs in the house. A young dog doesn't accept or understand being kept quiet and still when the possibility of fun exists all around him. 
Corey is well on his way to mending and now that the staples are out and the cone off, he has the freedom he craved and is part of the pack. Corey is a sweet and darling boy. He is happy just being near and will lie quietly at my feet when I work at my desk. He loves to to touched and is most polite in asking for a gentle rub or tickle. He greets each dog with glee and a wagging tail but is respectful. The loss of a leg means nothing to Corey as he prances along, goes up and down stairs and stands up to place his front paws on my leg to offer a hug. 
Corey will be ready for adoption after September 24th and will not require any special treatment or care. He truly is a little trooper and refuses to be limited in any way. His heart is true and he shares his love and affection generously.

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Casper is from Mexico and he is just six months old. Every bit of his fourteen-pound body is filled with joy, glee and expectations. He is ready for the life he was meant to have and knows it is just around the corner.

Casper is a proud little boy and while his happiness abounds he has a serious side as well. He will protect those he loves and will walk first into any doorway to ensure it is safe for others to follow. He is a Terrier so his heart beats strong and his courage is bold. Still, he loves to cuddle and he returns all affection generously.

He has spirit but is also gentle and calm. Casper has a sense of humour which is why I think he fits in with all our dogs, big and small, so well. He will love children but I have no idea how he will be with cats. My best guess is that he and a cat would negotiate an agreement of mutual respect and cooperation.

Casper is confident and caring and more than ready to begin his life of peace, love and understanding.




Trooper is from Attawapiskat and she is five years old. This lovely girl owes a great deal to our rescue worker in Attawapiskat. She was unsure, confused and wary but Floyd saw deep into her soul and saw her worth. He was determined to save her no matter how long it took to gain her trust.

She lingered near his house, just outside the yard, for months, because her adult daughter Sophie was there. Over time, she drew closer and closer until Floyd could touch her and stroke her face. When Trooper became pregnant with, what was most likely her sixth litter of pups, she entered the yard and became a grateful resident.

Trooper's pups are now four weeks old and she is almost ready to let them go. Her daughter Sophie is still in Attawapiskat waiting to come out so it is the time of reckoning for Trooper. The life she was meant to have can now begin. She is shy but has overcome her mistrust and wariness. She will need a home where she is given time to settle and is both understood       and appreciated. The first picture of Trooper was taken in Attawapiskat.



Matilda is from Mexico and she is three years old. This gentle and darling girl has known some harshness as she was found wandering on her own and suffering from a terrible case of mange. Still, she trusts and believes in a better tomorrow while also remembering a life before. She shows great gratitude to all who love her and she appreciates how far they have taken her.

Matilda loves her cuddles and stays in my arms quite contentedly whenever I need some loving. She is both a soft and mighty girl. She shows her determination and enthusiasm when on walks or rough housing with other dogs. She is kind but not frail.

Matilda deserves a home where she is both cherished and appreciated. She should be someone’s constant companion because she has so much to share and give. She is simply a delight.