• Todd a Male Canadian mix Adopted from Animatch
  • Todd a Male Canadian mix Adopted from Animatch
  • Todd a Male Canadian mix Adopted from Animatch

Todd

A Male Canadian mix presently Adopted

“Wait, tell me again about this abstinence thing.  The ONLY way to prevent unwanted litters from ending up in shelters and rescues is to spay and neuter your dogs.”  


Todd was not the offspring of homeless "street" dog but rather a family pet who lived with an unspayed female and were allowed to recklessly reproduce.  Fourteen dogs arrived at Animatch between the age of 4 months and two years old.  What started as two family dogs quickly multiplied into 15 plus.  Does Animatch get excited when puppies come into our care – not at all.  Although we are happy to welcome them it is not for their cuteness but rather because we know for sure that they will not be responsible for more litters.  The buck stops here!  However, we are always disappointed; no doubt a puppy means that another adult or senior dog might not get their chance at a home.  Those of you with one, two or even three dogs understand the work, commitment, and expense of having multiple pets – you must be able to provide for these animals.  Did you know that unsprayed females have a far greater chance of developing pyometra, uterine cancer, and other cancers of the reproductive system?  By neutering a male, you lessen his chances of getting testicular cancer.  Responsible guardians do what is best for their dogs and only have the number of dogs that they can adequately support.  


Todd will require socialization, toilet training, and one-on-one attention but at just two years old he is very capable of being the family pet you’ve always wanted.  It will merely require some effort.  A home where he is not along the entire day would best suit him.  Are you the family to give Todd a second chance at a first-class life?  Please fill in the Adoption Form and ask for Todd.

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More Details About Todd

Status: AdoptedChildren:8 and over
Breed:Canadian mixGrooming:High
Size:Small-Medium (27 lbs)Energy:Medium
Age:2 yearsCat friendly:tbc
Gender:MaleDog friendly:Yes

More Details About Todd

  • Status: Adopted
  • Breed: Canadian mix
  • Size: Small-Medium (27 lbs)
  • Age: 2 years
  • Gender: Male
  • Grooming: High
  • Energy: Medium
  • Children: 8 and over
  • Cat friendly: tbc
  • Dog friendly: Yes

Am I ready for a dog?

Adopting a dog is a life-changing event--or should be. A dog needs lots of time and attention and you've got to be there every day to give it. So, BEFORE filling out the Animatch adoption form, find out whether you're ready for a dog, or would be happier with a goldfish instead: Fill this great questionnaire now to find out if you are ready for a dog.

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