Meet Adoptable Suay!

This lovely girl comes to us from Southern Vancouver Island and she is a beauty! Suay is a 13 month old, female, 50-55 lb, cream and black, mixed breed. Suay is a very sweet girl that was an owner surrender, as they just didn’t have the time she needed. She loves to chase her ball, chases cats, excellent house manners, loves car rides, walks and adventures. She has been friendly with the friendly dogs she has met, but won’t back down to a dog trying to challenge her. Suay has been good with the fosters kid and his friends, and with their Chihuahua. She was also with a lab in a home and did well. She just needs a few minutes to get to know a human first, as she can be nervous of new people, more so men, and protective of her owners and property. Suay likes to run, play, and go for adventures of all kinds. She is learning leash manners and she’s a very smart girl, so she will learn fast. Suay will need an active outdoor lifestyle home with property and someone who can continue to train her so she can become the best doggy she can. Stay is not suited for condos or apartments. No puppies please. This baby girl is now patiently awaiting her forever home.

Please apply at raincoastdogrescue.com if your interested in fostering to adopt Suay.


Meet Adoptable Hatch!

Hatch is a 2-2.5 year old, male, 60- 65 lb, brindle, American Staffy X Greyhound. Hatch is one of the most gentle and loving souls you will ever meet. He is a major cuddler, hugger, and loves to give kisses He’s a tall and lean boy that can run like the wind and jump very high, with a funny personality to match. Hatch is good with other nice dogs and loves all sorts of people. Hatch can sometimes react back at a dog being rude to him. Here you see him with his foster sister Lucha. Hatch was once used as a hunting dog in Quebec, but wasn’t the best at it. He does have a prey drive for fast moving small animals like bunnies and squirrels, but is fine with nice small breed dogs. Hatch has had a couple traumatic experiences with a dog before, but has recovered and has kept his loving and gentle temperament and soul. Hatch would do best with very active people, that love to give affection, a home with a high fenced backyard that doesn’t have any cats or kids under 10. He’s just too big for small kids. This boy was rescued by us from a shelter Montreal, Quebec when the BSL law was still in effect, to which he was at risk of euthanasia.

This amazing boy really deserves the best home.

Please private message us and apply at raincoastdogrescue.com if you’re interested in fostering to adopt Hatch.