All adoption costs include spay or neutering (unless recommended by our vet not to for high risk medical rescues which is rare.)
If the rescue is too young to be altered, the animal would be under contract to be done by the rescues vet when they are of appropriate age… at no extra costs to the adopter.
Puppies (under 16 months of age)
$850.00 + HST
Dogs (17 months or older)
$675.00 + HST
Senior Dogs (10+ years)
$350 + HST
Kittens (under 1 years of age)
$300.00 + HST
Cats (1 Year or older)
$250.00 + HST
Senior Cats (10+ YEARS)
$200.00 + HST
For local rescues Feline & Canine:
🔹 Flea treatments
🔹 Core Vaccinations
For cats/kittens: Blood work testing for FIV & FELU
Felines & Canines receive all core vaccinations.
Senior rescues receive full panel blood work for senior wellness screening.
We also do a 4DX blood snap screening test for our canines to check for
Heart-worm, Lyme disease , Ehrlichia, Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Anaplasma platys.
For overseas rescues:
🔹 DHLPP (Canine Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza & Parvovirus)
🔹 Bordetella (except for Pakistan as they don't have this)
🔹 Flea treatments
We test animals for canine corona virus during their stay in our rescue facilities overseas, as well as getting a second screening done 48 hours before traveling to Canada.
We do a full blood screening test to check for Heartworm, Lyme disease , Ehrlichia, Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Anaplasma platys. This test is more in depth as overseas countries have stronger tick disease issues.
In order to ensure the safety of all of our rescues, we require the following:
🔹 Completed application filled out correctly
🔹 A scheduled home visit or live video tour of the home. (We do not accept pre recorded videos or pictures- tours are done live with a director of the rescue.)
🔹 I.D & Proof of address verification
🔹 Reference Checks & Veterinarian checks
🔹 Any other animals in the home must be up to date on core vaccinations. This will be verified with vet reference checks.
For any of our overseas dogs, we will not post them available until they are already in Canada. They will have a quarantine time after arriving, then our rescue will do assessments once they are here with vet check ups & screening before they will be available to the public.
A meet and greet can be arranged at a convenient time and location ONCE the adopter is approved.
There are many countries abroad that have very little empathy for animals and no animal rights or protection laws. There is also a lack of resources and overpopulation causing animals to severely suffer in the streets. In many countries, dogs are tortured by the people with abuse so severe it’s devastatingly mortifying. Fur Warriors likes to focus in areas of the world were animals need help the most. Without other countries stepping in these animals won’t have a chance.
If you are unable to foster and/or adopt, please consider donating to Fur Warriors to help in this mission to save as many dogs as possible!
Our rescue is 100% Volunteer run and 100% of all donations go to our animals in need.
Your donation will go to:
•standard or emergency medical treatment
•ongoing treatment and/or medication for dogs at risk
•daily needs: food, shelter, kennels, bedding, puppy pads, litter etc.