Over 50 puppies and dogs will soon be ready to be adopted after arriving in Ontario.
According to the Ontario SPCA, once ready, the animals will be posted online, or will be available at the Welland SPCA.
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“The Meet Your Match survey is the only method in existence today that evaluates an animal’s behaviour and interests and matches them to an adopter’s preferences so that you take home a pet you can really click with,” says the OSPCA on its site.
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When you find a furry friend you like, you can contact the centre where the animal is located, to learn more about them. You can then arrange an e-meet-and-greet online to meet your pet, and complete the adoption paperwork digitally.
When it is all said and done, an appointment will be set for you to pick up your new furry friend.
(2/2) or via the @wellandspca. Along with the animal transport, the Ontario SPCA’s community engagement team brought up 5,000 lbs of pet food, which was generously donated by @petvalu, to share with our friends in Northern communities where access to food can be limited! pic.twitter.com/hhegK4dtlb
— The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society (@OntarioSPCA) October 29, 2020
So if you’ve been looking for a fur baby, be sure to take a look – one of these puppies or dogs just might be your match.