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Birch Haven Rescue & Rehabilitation Services

2425 Totem Ranch Rd, Oxford Station, ON K0G 1T0, Canada

Adoption policy

*****IMPORTANT NOTICE: WITH THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING ANY APPLICATIONS FOR CONSIDERATION FOR POSSIBLE APPROVED ADOPTIONS UNTIL AT LEAST SEPTEMBER 2020***** NOTE: WE ONLY ADOPT IN ONTARIO AND QUEBEC, CANADA *As far away as Barrie and Cambridge, Ontario & as far away as Gatineau, Quebec* **NO Exceptions** ***We have ZERO control over how Petfinder promotes the pets via their platform & sometimes our dogs show up in searches by people in the USA*** Birch Haven Rescue and Rehabilitation Services; located in Eastern Ontario, Canada on 148 acres was founded in 1996 as a personal rescue to assist those Great Danes/other Giant Canine Breeds and Equine animals that have been abandoned, abused, neglected, and otherwise mistreated by rescuing, fostering, rehabilitating physically plus behaviourally and then placing them into their forever loving homes. Dogs are not kenneled outside, they are treated as beloved members of our home and those of our approved temp foster homes. *We are NOT a facility* Birch Haven also tries to promote responsible pet ownership through Humane Education, Training, Socialization, and Community Public Awareness. We are also involved in Therapy work. We are very small, private, and are committed to personal rescue plus re-homing that is completely financed by monetary gifts, owner surrender plus adoption fees as we do not any receive government, provincial or corporate funding. We are financed mainly out of our own pockets. We also work very hard to assist various breeders, rescue groups, shelters, organizations, and friends in placing rescues or re-homing animals that come into their hands. We only organize and facilitate in these situations. *We no longer respond to inquiries to adopt. ONLY completed adoption applications submitted to the BHRR BOD shall be considered.* Last Updated: September 30th, 2022

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