Jack is home! This boy went straight into a foster-to-adopt pre-approved home and recently sealed the deal with his new parents. Although he can be a bit of a handful being a young husky his new family loves him to pieces and has enrolled him in training and continued their research on rowdy huskies!
One neat tip to pass along is that when they would leave they would put Skype on to keep an eye on him while working on his separation anxiety.
Thank you to Sam and Mitch for putting in a solid effort with this boy, a perfect match!
Kiki has been basking in the pampered– and active life– with her amazing adoptive parents!
She recently returned home to Sooke after a trip up Island, around the Sunshine Coast and then to Whistler to watch her owner compete in the Powell River bike ride and the BC bike race! She spent the whole trip confused as to why they didn’t bring her springer so she could compete with him!
Hopefully we will get another update soon– and some full-sized pictures!!
Uh oh! We have another foster failure on our hands!
Vancouver Island Dogs Rescue Society is pleased to announce that Flocka will not be going to her new home– but will be staying with her wonderful foster family as their new member!
Thank you to Melissa and Chris for welcoming this lovely girl into your home, your hearts and your lap!
VIDRS would also like to thank Flockas original foster, Kerry, for the wonderful work and care she put into this girl!
We can’t wait for an update!
What a wonderful way to start off the Canada Day long weekend!
Vancouver Island Dogs Rescue Society is pleased to announce that Nikki has found a place to call home!
Nikki spent her first night with her new family– soaking up all the love and belly rubs she could.
VIDRS would like to extend a special thanks to Logan and Leah for fostering this beautiful girl.
Vancouver Island Dogs Rescue Society is pleased to announce that Shya has found her new home!
Thank you Jamie and Chelsea for welcoming her into your hearts and family. May she bring you many years of love and companionship.
Our thanks also goes out to Kim from Dogs On The Run for being Shya’s foster on her journey.
Vancouver Island Dogs Rescue Society found the perfect couple for this energetic, but loveable Husky. Kiba now resides in North Vancouver with a highly active couple, Stacey & Mike
Kiba enjoys long bike rides, epic hikes, and swimming in the local rivers. She didn’t take long to settle in to her new home, and her obedience levels are improving every single day. Mike and Stacey say they are over the moon with Kiba and love her to bits.