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MaleDOB: 4/3/2022. Keo is a Red Heeler/ St Bernard/Burmese X. He's neutered and his shots are up to date. He is kennel trained. He loves to play in water. Keo has good recall and knows lots of tricks and commands, like sit, shake, lay, crawl, speak and, when he feels like it, will play dead. He's good with kids, cats, and dogs, but wary of some men.

FemaleDOB: 2/8/2023. I'm a mellow and clever 15-week-old Retriever X. My job is to eat, sleep, play, snuggle, and repeat. I'm curious, smart, active, happy, and social. I'm also full of puppy energy, and of course, a little mischief as I learn to navigate my world. I love people, toys, balls, sticks, snuggles, and pets. I know I'd be a great addition to your family. Download an application at pawscreston.ca (under the Adopt tab). You can also call PAWS at 250-428-7297 to arrange to meet me.

MaleDOB: 11/1/2018. Aiden sure would love to find his forever family, like his brother did. He’s a friendly, low key English Mastiff. A ‘gentle giant’, this boy loves all sizes of humans. He gets along with other dogs with proper introduction. A home with a secure, fenced yard is a must. Don’t let his size get in the way. There’s just more of him to love and to love you back. Please give him a chance to show you what a great addition to your family he’d be.

FemaleDOB: 1/1/2018. Genie is a special needs black and tan medium Shephard X. This pretty girl didn't grow up around people, so she's never quite gotten over her fear of them. She needs a very structured environment, as she doesn't handle a change in her routine very well. She's also an escape artist, so she’ll need a secure fenced yard. Best case scenario would be a dog door leading out to fenced area, as she will not tolerate a leash of any kind. We’re looking for someone who has had experience with rescue dogs. When she trusts you, she’ll be happy to hang with you and even likes to be petted. She’s comfortable with dogs. If you think you’re the one that can help Genie become the dog that we all know she can be, please give us a call. We’ll also consider a long term foster with someone who is willing to work with her. The PAWS dog volunteers have done an amazing job helping her see that people aren’t as scary as her life experience has taught her. However, this quiet girl deserves to know what it’s like to know that someone is there for her. She’s worth your effort!! Give PAWS a call to meet her. I have Special Requirements.