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Adopt A Dog

Due to their past experiences, some dogs would find sharing their forever homes with other animals stressful. At right is the legend for the icons.
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No Cats
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No Other Dogs
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No Small Dogs
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No Other Pets
TRIAL: If an animal is listed as being “On Trial”, this means the pet is not currently available for adoption. Before potential adopters complete a full adoption of an adult pet, the Humane Society sends the pet home with them for a trial period of a week to two weeks to ensure the pet is the right fit for the home. For more information on the adoption process, please see How to Adopt.
Rover - 1 year old neutered Hound Shepherd Cross

One meaning of the name Rover is "pirate," and that's a perfect fit for this swashbuckling pup. He has all the charm and swagger of Jack Sparrow and all the eagerness to please of Will Turner. He is still a young boy, so he is working on taming his rambunctious manners and keeping all four paws on the ground, though it is hard blame him for wanting to share his love and excitement with a big hug and a kiss. Some obedience classes would be both fun and beneficial for him and the lucky people who take him home. If you're looking for someone to bring a treasure trove of joy and just a hint of mischief into your life, Rover is the boy for you.


Stanley - 2 year old neutered Husky Cross

Stanley is a young boy with loads of energy and more enthusiasm than 100 toddlers at the zoo. Exercise is his favourite thing and he is his happiest and calmest when out for a long walk. He is charming, but he is also a lot of dog when he doesn't get all of the exercise he needs. We recommend he go to a family that is exceedingly active and can take him on as many runs and walks as possible.


Piper - 10-year-old spayed Collie Cross

Piper is a sweet old lady looking for a new beginning. She would be the perfect friend for a casual Sunday stroll and warm snuggles during your favourite television shows in the evenings, and we think she would even love to learn some new tricks! She has lived well with other dogs, but she finds cats to be a nuisance and should go to a feline-free home. If you're looking for a relaxed, mature dog who still has a lot of life left in her, then Piper is definitely your lady.

Shye - 3-year-old spayed Collie Cross

Shye is exactly as her name suggests: shy and sweet. While she has come out of her shell quite a bit since she’s been with us, this beautiful girl is still quiet and cautious. She doesn’t come bounding up looking for attention like some other dogs do. Instead she waits, hoping you want to meet her and will come close enough to give her an ear scratch. Once you’ve pet her, she wants nothing more than your company and love. We believe Shye will bond very closely with the family who adopts her, which makes her a very special girl.



Moose Jaw Humane Society
PO Box 1658, Stn Main
1755 Stadacona Street West
Moose Jaw, SK
S6H 7K7

Phone: 306.692.1517
Fax: 306.694.0720

Emergency Service
24 Hours, Every day
Phone: 306.692.1517
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Want to walk and help the Moose Jaw Humane Society? Download the ResQWalk app. It is an app for smartphones that keeps track of how many km people walk, run or bike. The shelter then receives money from their donor pool. We love it, and we are #2 in North America for km walked! More info.

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