Courtesy Outreach


We know that rescue requires a team of committed individuals who work tirelessly to help animals find caring homes. The best way to find those families is by sharing their stories as far as we can reach. With this in mind, MGPR often shares information about animals NOT in our care, that need a bit of extra help to find their homes. We work collaboratively with other rescues and sometimes private individuals and families as a courtesy. All the friends in this album are under the care of a separate rescue or individuals. Each photo has the contact information for anyone interested in meeting these animals. 

Rufus lives in Moosomin, Sask and is just over a year old. Rufus is a great yard guardian, but since his old buddy passed away 3 months ago, he has started to act up and has taken to killing chickens. Rufus is neutered, up to date with vaccinations and fully housetrained. Rufus LOVES kids, and he is extremely friendly. He plays with cats but can get carried away and not realize his size. Rufus requires a family with Pyrenees experience, a fenced yard, and maybe an older furry friend that will help occupy him. It is important to make sure that he remains a loving family dog and is provided with lots of opportunities for socialization.

PLEASE CONTACT GINA via email or phone  ~  306-435-6661

These two sisters are a bonded pair and have lived together their whole lives. Halli and Daisy are approx 3-4 years old. They were abandoned in the only home they knew, so it is important that they are adopted together. 

HALLI is a beautiful and affectionate Dilute Calico. She loves to play with toys and is very friendly.

DAISY is the more laid back, but still loves attention. She may make you work for her attention but doesn't want to be left out of a good chin scratch. Daisy prefers scratching cat trees and post to toys.

PLEASE CONTACT STEPHANIE via text or email ~  204-880-6711

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