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  • Writer's pictureCarey Tate

These Animatch adoptees want a fresh start in 2024!

Animatch Dog Adoption needs dedicated, loving families for these pups that have been with them for quite some time now. They deserve to find their happily ever after, and if you think you're the right fit, find out more about their adoption process! Over the next few Saturdays, Animatch will also be hosting a meet-and-greet event with their adoptees and a microchip clinic.

Meet 'N Greet

DATE: Saturday, January 13th.

WHERE: Animatch Centre, 331 Route 342, Pointe-Fortune J0P 1N0

TIME: 11 am - 3 pm

Come and meet the dogs available for adoption. 

MICROCHIP CLINIC - This is a first for Animatch. Come and give your dog the gift of security.

DATE: Saturday, January 27th. 

WHERE: Animatch Centre, 331 Route 342, Pointe-Fortune J0P 1N0

TIME: 11 am - 3 pm

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. E-mail Cindy at to make your appointment. The cost is $40.00, payable by cash, e-transfer, or credit card. 


Ozzy is ready to rock 'n roll out of here. She has been with Animatch for two years and at FIC - École de Formation des intervenants canins du Québec - for almost as long. She is a high-energy girl who has mastered basic obedience. Ozzy loves her toys and people; other dogs not so much. She's looking for an adult family with older children and an active lifestyle. She loves walking, hiking, running, and zoomies. The zoomies overtake her at least once a day. In the evening, after a full day, she's content to cuddle up next to her people. We know the right family is out there somewhere, looking for a friend just like Ozzy. 


Cardi has never met a stranger. But she is smart and is learning that her exuberance doesn't always go over well. She would like an active family that includes her in lots of their activities. Cardi gets along with other dogs but would do better as your only pet. Obedience classes would be a blast, and you could both learn so much.


Walter's history is a little foggy, but he was with his last loving but inexperienced family for one week. They were the ones who made the effort to see that he found a safe place by releasing him to us. Then FIC stepped in to help him. They are teaching him that mouth contact isn't welcome and are working on improving his social skills. Whoever adopts Walter must understand that training is lifelong. It can be formal or woven into daily life. Walter's ideal family would be an experienced one with older children. 


Peggy was rescued by Animal Control, where she was allowed to heal and recover before coming to Animatch. Sometimes, we just don't know why some dogs don't get adopted. That's the case with Peggy. Humans are her favourite creatures, and she loves to throw herself on her back dramatically for belly rubs. She's energetic and would love a fenced yard where she could run around or play fetch. She's very fussy about her canine companions and would do better as your one and only. Peggy is a people-loving, energetic lady with no particular quirks who just wants a family of her own. 


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