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 to young to be altered, it will be done by our vet when they are of appropriate age. No extra costs to the adopter. If the adopter gets the procedure done from a different vet, we will not refund surgery costs.
For the 12 dogs coming from China,
Alex , Zoe, Douglas, Natalie & Dylan, their adoption fee will be $1500.00 each, as their flight costs to bring them to Canada are higher then normal. These fees are only for these 9 listed above. Natalie, Zoe & Alex have been adopted and have had families awaiting over a year.
Puppies (under 1 years of age)
Dogs (1 year or older)
Kittens (under 1 years of age)
Cats (1 Year or older)
For local rescues Feline & Canine:
🔹 Spay or Neuter
🔹 Core Vaccinations
For cats/kittens: Blood work testing for FIV & FELU
Felines & Canines receive all sets of 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)
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:
🔹 A scheduled home visit or live video tour of the home.
🔹 Reference Checks, Vetrinarian checks
🔹 Completed adoption application
Once adopters are approved and the adoption fee is processed, the selected rescue dog will be prepared for travel. The adopting family has the option to be present at the airport upon the arrival of their new pup. We highly recommend the adopters be present when the crate is opened for the first time on Canadian soil, as it is a very beautiful and unique experience.
If a dog is already in the country and residing in foster care, a meet and greet can be arranged at a convenient time and location ONCE the adopter is approved. Unless there is a safety emergency and a dog is at risk, most dogs remain overseas until there are adopters that have had their applications approved and fees processed.
There are many countries abroad that have very little empathy for animals and lack animal rights laws. In many countries, dogs are tortured by the people. Many horrid things happen while these dogs are still alive: fur is ripped off their bodies, they are boiled, torched, their tails are cut off, ears are severed, and they are severely beaten, etc. Fur Warriors seeks to ease this suffering and rescue as many of these dogs as possible.
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.