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Snookie's Society Update: 

Due to the amount of interest in our dogs, we are not always able to answer all inquiries.  Our volunteers do their best to answer everyone and to help us manage the load of inquiries, we ask that you go through our website to help answer some of your questions. 

 

If you submitted an adoption application for a specific dog, we would get back to you within 2 to 3 days if it is the right match for the dog you are applying for. Each of our dogs generally receives in average150 applications.

We are only accepting adoption applicants for dogs listed as AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION.  Please do not inquire about dogs who are not available yet.  An individual listing will be up once ready.  News and updates on our dogs are usually listed on Facebook.

 

We encourage everyone to go to www.petfinder.com in search of a new family pet/member.

 

For Ontario residents, please use the Ontario Rescue Directory to help guide you to a recommended and reputable Rescue organization in Ontario.  The Rescue organizations listed in the Ontario Rescue Directory-Province of Ontario Breed Specific and All Breed Rescue Contacts 2020 have all been screened and must comply to ethical and professional standards. Rescues must be in operation for at least 3 years without issue.  Snookie's Society is a proud member of the Ontario Rescue Directory since 2005

https://www.speakingofdogs.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2019-Directory_rev1.pdf 

Other reputable and ethical small breed dog rescues: 

Loyal Rescue

Tiny Paws

Pomeranian and Small Paws Rescue

Kismutt Dog Rescue

All breed dog rescues:

Speaking of Dogs

Adopt a Dog Save a Life

Team Dog Rescue

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Good reasons to adopt a dog:
  1. You save a life.

  2. Reputable rescue groups insure their pets had medical treatment and are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and up to date with vaccines.

  3. There are more unique pets to choose from in shelters. Age, breeds, mixed breeds, and personality choices are greater.

  4. Every pet adopted improves the pet overpopulation problem.

  5. Adopting from a shelter/rescue opens a spot for another pet who needs a new forever home.

  6. An adult pet takes the guess work out of determining size, thickness of coat, and energy level.

  7. Mixed breeds are unique compared to purebreeds and may have less genetically inherited health problems.

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