Adoption Fees

Rocky’s K9 Rescue is a not-for-profit animal rescue. Bottom line is, we run at a loss. We take older animals and sick and injured animals as well as healthy and deserving dogs and cats. Our fees change from pet to pet, depending on their situation. For example, we might rescue a senior dog, but realistically we know that the fee … Read More

Adopting a Puppy

Puppies are babies. Puppy will need someone to be at home or someone to check on them every 3 or 4 hours until they are 3 months old  and ongoing supervision and company for the first 12 months. Play dates with other puppies and puppy school are highly recommended.  Once you adopt a puppy, hook up with your local veterinarian … Read More

Adopting a Senior Pet

  The adoption of a senior pet is an honour and can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Rocky’s K9 Rescue has successfully (very successfully – happy faces all round) re-homed many senior dogs and a few senior cats as well. Senior pets once had a family and a life. For whatever reason, they end up at the pound. Before we … Read More

Tick Season

Before You Leave for Your Holiday If you are travelling to a ‘tick area’ there are some steps to take a month prior to departure to help to ward off a tick attack. If you can’t do it a month out, definitely do it prior to departure.    Have your dog’s hair cut to a short manageable length – preferably … Read More

Love Stories 2

Our Love Stories page depicts some of our rescued animals in their new lives, as told by their new guardian. Rocky’s rescues hundreds of pets each year, and you can see them all in our rehomed section. [nbox type=”warning”] Charlotte was adopted over a year ago from Rocky’s K9 Rescue. Here she is (the choc lab) with her new parents … Read More