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Pets for Adoption

Adele

A 6 years old Female yellow lab

Meet Adele a beautiful yellow Labrador. She was found in minus 30 as a stray then transferred to Rosie. The first thing you remark when meeting Adele is that…
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Moose

A 1 1/2 year old Male Labrador mix

Moose is a happy and active 1-1/2 yr old male from the far North. Moose suffered trauma as a pup and was never taken care of. When he arrived…
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Tyson

A 8 months old Male Labrador- Mastiff

Tyson is a big, solid 8 month old lab mix with lots of energy. He is sweet and very friendly but lacks in doggy manners and because he is…
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Priscilla

A 8 years old Female Bichon

Hey everyone! I’m Priscilla!

I have been wiggling with happiness since leaving my past life behind. I had many babies at the commercial breeding facility, but that’s all…
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Prince

A Date of birth December 26 2017 Male Lab mix

Prince and his 6 litter mates arrived from the James Bay area in the North of Quebec. After a long 15 hour drive they had arrived!!! All happy and…
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Contact Information:

Rosie Animal Adoption
3551 Boul. St. Charles,
Suite 440
Kirkland, Quebec, Canada
H9H 3C4
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Rosie’s Survivors Fund

Max

Max was flown to Montreal to save his life and relieve his pain as he was very painful after being hit. Max was hit by a snowmobile in the North. There are no vets in the far North to treat a dog so the owners do what they can for the dogs. On arrival at our vets, they found that he had fractured bones in his foot. He was not neutered yet either. So Max was neutered and a cast was put on his leg which will remain from 4 to 6 weeks. Donations again have helped save Max as in the North he would not have received any medical care.

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