A summary of Dog Rescue Organizations serving Toronto and Ontario. Read more specifics about available dogs, adoption policies, fees and rescue contact information by clicking on links to each dog rescue. Read More »
Ontario Dog Rescues
The Animal Guardian Society was founded in 1987. The Animal Guardians raise funds to care for our an...
Labrador Retriever Adoption Service is a non-profit organization staffed by volunteers who are dedic...
Adopt-A-Dog/Save-A-Life is a registered charitable organization dedicated to saving abandoned dogs a...
Ugly Mutts Dog Rescue is dedicated to saving the lives of adoptable dogs that are at risk of euthana...
Jack Russell Terrier Rescue Ontario (JRTRO) is a non-profit referral organization dedicated to foste...
Danes in Distress is a non-profit entirely staffed by a group of volunteers who are committed to hel...
Westies in Need is a Canadian Registered Not for Profit group that provides rescue, fostering, transport, medical attention and adoption services for surrendered, abused, abandoned, neglected, and/or homeless West Highland White Terriers in Ontario and Quebec. They are the largest Westie rescue organization in Canada. Read More »
Speaking of Dogs is a Toronto-based all breed rescue which is dedicated to educating and enlightening people about dogs through seminars, workshop forums, outreach and rescue. Speaking of Dogs Rescue has helped transport, foster, re-home and vet hundreds of dogs. Read More »
Labrador Retriever Adoption Service is a non-profit organization staffed by volunteers who are dedicated to rescuing and re-homing Labrador Retrievers located in Ontario, Canada. It is the mission of Lab Rescue to place Labrador Retrievers in a home that provides them with the safety and security to live the happy lives they deserve and to educate the public on responsibility of proper pet ownership. Read More »
Golden Rescue™ is one of the largest single breed rescue groups in Canada. Since 1990, Golden Rescue™ has found homes for over 1,800 abandoned, unwanted or displaced Golden Retrievers. Golden Rescue is a non-profit organization managed by a dedicated volunteer board of directors, who are all business people passionate about Golden Retrievers. Read More »
Big On Beagles is a Toronto-based assistance agency for beagles experiencing troubled times. The beagle is sensitive, loving and inexplicably happy-go-lucky. Sadly, misunderstood beagles wind up in animal shelters at a constant rate. Read More »
Michigan Weimaraner Rescue, Inc. is a not for profit, federal 501(c)3 charitable organization founded in 1993. Michigan Weimaraner Rescue Inc is now a State registered Animal Placement Shelter. With the tireless help of 70 plus volunteers who are dedicated to finding forever homes for displaced Weimaraners, they foster and place on average 75 dogs a year. Read More »
Ontario Weimaraner Rescue & Assistance(OWRAssist) is a not-for-profit volunteer run foster-based dog rescue dedicated to the health and well being of the Weimaraner. Read More »
The mission of Under My Wing Pug Rescue is to help pugs in need and find them a "forever loving home" where they can rest their heads at night. Under My Wing Pug Rescue is a registered charitable organization (822 842 290 RR0001) based in Ottawa, Ontario and run entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to providing a bridge between a pug’s past life and its better future. Read More »
In honour of Tres’ memory, Morgan, along with a group of dedicated volunteers, provides shelter and love to standard poodles or any breed of dog in need. Because every dog deserves a chance. And every dog deserves a great home. Read More »
Canadian Dachshund Rescue is a volunteer driven organization dedicated to saving and rehoming abandoned, neglected, and unwanted dachshund and dachshund mixes. Read More »
Snookie's Little Rescue is a small, entirely volunteer, non-profit and no-kill rescue group dedicated to rescuing dogs. Although, they primarily rescue small dogs of all breeds they do rescue large ones as well. Read More »
The Animal Guardian Society was founded in 1987. The Animal Guardians raise funds to care for our animals through fundraiser's, and the generosity of animal lovers who donate. The program routinely receives numerous requests from local animal shelters to take needy dogs. Read More »
Precious Paws Rescue is a non-profit, all-breed dog rescue based in Barrie, Ontario. They are dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets by rescuing from pounds and shelters across North America. Our dogs come to us from situations where they are at risk of euthanasia - most often due to lack of space in a pound or shelter. Read More »
Happy Tails Rescue is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization serving Southern Ontario, Canada, dedicated to rescuing unwanted, neglected or otherwise unfortunate Bichon-Frise, Maltese and small breeds and placing them into loving permanent homes. Read More »
Based in southern Ontario, Pomeranian and Small Breed Rescue is a volunteer-run rescue group providing care for dogs that have been surrendered by their owners, rescued from puppy mills, or are in danger of losing their lives in local animal control facilities. Read More »
Border Collie Rescue Ontario is a a non-profit volunteer based organization dedicated to the welfare of the Border Collie. BCRO aims to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Border Collies that have been abandoned, neglected or no longer able to remain in their current home. Read More »
Danes in Distress is a non-profit entirely staffed by a group of volunteers who are committed to helping unwanted, neglected or abused Great Danes by placing them in caring homes where they will receive proper care and exercise. Read More »
Pugalug Pug Rescue in Ontario is a group of volunteers who are committed to helping rescued pugs by providing medical care, loving attention, comfort, food, companionship and a forever home. Read More »
Homeward Bound Rescue is a small group of volunteers in the Durham/Clarington area, that concentrate on flat-faced breeds including Boxers, Boston Terriers, English Bulldogs, Mastiffs, French Bulldogs and Pugs. Read More »