Adoptable Dogs

Adoptions Pending

These Dogs are No Longer Available

Meet Peewee

October 22, 2018 : Adoption Pending

Age: 5 yo    ( dob   March 17th 2013
Weight: 10.8 lbs
Location: Milton Ontario
Adoption donation: $350


October 28, 2018 : Adoption Pending

Age: 1 yo( dob October 8th 2016)
Weight: 9.9lbs
Location: Barrie Ontario
Adoption donation: $400

Marvelous Mia


Age: 5 months old (born March 3, 2018)
Weight: 4.5 pounds (and growing!)
Foster location: Woodbridge, ON
Adoption donation: $700

Recently Taken In

These lovely dogs have recently entered into care with CCRT and are not yet ready for adoption.

This may be because they need extensive medical care or simply require an extended period of settling in.  Adoption applications for these dogs will not be considered.  They will be placed on our  Adoptable Dogs page when they are ready and we look forward to receiving your adoption applications only at that time.

We regret we are unable to contact interested parties individually with updates on these dogs. Please check their profile pages regularly to stay informed on their progress and to know when they are available for adoption.

Meet C.J.

Age: 8 dob 11/22/2009
Weight: 8 ½ lbs
Location Toronto
Adoption donation: $350

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CCRT Dogs in Long-Term Foster Care

These dogs are not up for adoption. For a variety of reasons CCRT has determined that certain dogs, usually elderly or in need of extra medical care, will be fostered until the end of their lives with loving, forever CCRT foster families.

Beautiful Baby and Bentley (bonded pair)

March 19, 2017 Baby and Bentley are in long term foster care and will never be adoptable. Baby and Bentley were surrendered to CCRT in mid-March 2016 and after much hard work and year-long observation, it is in the best interest of these bonded chihuahua siblings to...

Oscar is in Long-Term Foster Care

October 15, 2015 Oscar is not available for adoption. This little man is Oscar. He was rescued from an abusive situation about 18 months ago, however his rescuer was no longer able to take care of him and he was surrendered to CCRT. This otherwise healthy boy had his...