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Welcome to Northern Lights Dog Rescue
Northern Lights Dog Rescue (NLDR) is committed to rescuing as many dogs and pups as we are able. Our rescued dogs are cared for in temporary foster homes while waiting adoption into permanent, loving homes. They are provided with veterinary care as well as good food and love. Foster homes are the heart of the organization and we could not function without them. We do not seek out dogs to help, but rather they find us. Many times we are their last option. They are the reason we try time and time again to squeeze in just one more! We do not discriminate on where the dog may be coming from, but will help every time we can. Dog rescue is certainly a passion as well as a roller coaster ride! Thank you for supporting our dogs and pups.
Courtesy Post - Sinny
Meet Sinny, a neutered male Yellow Labrador Retriever/Akita mix. He weighs 50 pounds and is approximately 1.5 years old with a clean bill of health. He arrived at the Thunder Bay and District Humane Society on Valentine's Day, February 14th of 2014.
Don't be fooled by Sinny's name, he is a very sweet boy with the smile to prove it and loves to cuddle and play! He is great at fetching his tennis ball, which is his favourite toy, and is working on his return skills. He also enjoys running, swimming, and hiking to get his energy out. After a good adventure, Sinny is ready to do some serious couch cuddling and will be quite content with a good belly rub.
Sinny has been taught to sit, stay, lay down and shake a paw. He is comfortable being on a leash and knows to not jump up, though when he's excited to see you he forgets himself sometimes. He is fully house trained and eats his meals when they are given without delay.
Sinny would do best in a home without children, though teenagers (i.e. 15 or older) would be okay and preferably no cats. Sinny can also be selective about his canine companions, usually preferring females, but has a few male friends as well.
Sinny is looking for his forever home or a foster home to stay in while he waits for his new family. He can be visited at the Thunder Bay and District Humane Society between Sunday to Saturday, noon to 5 pm. Sinny can also be found by clicking here.