Thunder Bay Dogs Get Second Chance at Adoption

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Dogs being loaded into truck for their trip to Newmarket

The Thunder Bay & District Humane Society and the Ontario SPCA have worked together to get nine long term resident dogs transferred from the Thunder Bay & District Humane Society to the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre in Newmarket.

The goal is to give these nine dogs a better chance at adoption. The Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre  is currently experiencing a shortage of dogs. There is also a larger population in Newmarket and the surroundings areas. We hope to have the dogs placed into their forever homes as soon as possible.

This is the first time the Thunder Bay & District Humane Society has undertaken a project like this. The transfer is part of our “iAdopt for the Holidays” campaign, a two-month adoption drive that aims to save the lives of orphaned pets and raise awareness about the importance of pet adoption during the holiday season.

The dogs will be leaving the Thunder Bay & District Humane Society on Thursday, December 19th, and will arrive at the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre in Newmarket on Friday, December 20th.

The dog will soon be available for adoption at the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre.

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