Hello there! I’m baby Eggroll… no for real, that’s my name, Eggroll! My close friends call me Eggy Eggs or Eggy Azelea but most people just call me adorable! When you squish my face up I look like an old woman but it’s important to remember I’m still a puppy. I have little baby teeth that love to find all sorts of things to chew (not all of which are puppy toys). I love belly rubs and giving sloppy kisses when cuddling. Usually my cuddles lead to me nibbling your ears, fingers and hands, I hope you don’t mind. I am good at playing with almost everyone. I do very well with older kids and other dogs but I am not the best with cats and I can be accidentally too rough with small children. I don’t always know my own strength, I always mean well though. Even when I’m dreaming, I am thinking about playing and you will probably hear me sleep-talking about it. I am mostly house trained but I still have a few accidents here and there, but I’m working on it.You know puppy stuff. It’s important for me to have adult supervision for now because I can get up to mischief quite quickly as I continue to explore and grow. Until I learn the difference between doggy toys and everything else I should be kennelled if no one can watch me. If you are patient with me I will grow from a good pup to a great dog! I am waiting for the perfect puppy parent.
Age: 6 months Breed: Lab X Location: Edmonton Intake: December 2019 Adoption Fee: $450
I came into WHARF care with my brother and parents. I was so scared and I definitely did not like people. They were SO scary! I spent my first few days hiding in my crate. I would not even come out to go to the bathroom. I wanted to just poop where I was sitting. The volunteers said this was not okay and wrestled me out of my crate to clean me up and get me a new blanket and clean crate. After these people kept hassling me I realized it would be much simpler to come out of my crate and poop outside. They took my crate away and gave me a smaller sized room to share with my brother. There was food, water, soft blankets and a lot of volunteers who said hi, gave me treats and patted my head. The first few times this happened I spent the days facing the corner wishing they would go away. I didn’t want to look at them! But then I started to see that they were really nice and treats are delicious. The next step was for one of the volunteers to take me home. This wasn’t good at all. They picked me up, took me in a car and now I am at my new foster home. Don’t worry, it gets better. The first day at my foster home I hid in the crate because I was pretty upset. The foster dog at my new home was so nice and he showed me what to do and that the people there are really nice! They’ve given me lots of treats, a comfy bed, and I’ve had a bath. I’m as white as snow and super fluffy!! I love to chew so foster mom gives me bones and I really like that. Foster brother and I play outside which is fun! I know how to do my business outdoors, I’m happy in my crate when the humans are gone and so far I’ve shown no interest in the cat! See more photos of me on Shauna’s Foster Dog Family of Facebook.
Age: 8 months Breed: Great Pyrenees Location: Edmonton Intake: January 2020 Adoption Fee: $450
I’m a sweet little boy who just wants a great person to love me. I love bring the centre of attention and showing off for everyone watching. Though I am a little rough with other dogs and I need a very proper introduction to make sure I don’t get a little too rough. I need somone to teach me a lot of manners. I think I would do a lot better with a family without kids and other dogs. I need to be the main focus and helped through my fears of loud noises. I’m very vocal when I’m scared or lonely I tend to sing some songs for my foster family’s Neighbors I when I’m left home. Apparently I don’t have a great voice. I really need some love and I have potential to be an amazing dog. It will just take some time. I really hope I can find someone who wants to work with me and help me.
Age: 3-4 months Breed: Boxer X Location: Edmonton Intake: December 2019 Adoption Fee: $450
Layla here and I am one of WHARFs parvo rescues. Most of the time older teenager puppies don’t break with parvo but when they do the recovery I guess is way worse. I lost so much weight and was in the clinic for almost a week. I have been slowly gaining weight and will finally be a good weight to get spayed next week. My foster mom loves me so much and I love her just as much, we spend every minute that she is at home side by side. If she is too busy for me I will be snuggled up with the kids on the couch. I am great with cats, dogs and theres also free roam guinea pigs here too that I am quite scared of, I do like to drink all their water though. I am not really keen on going outside right now so I am a little bad on the leash. I am great in the kennel, in the house, I love car rides and I am learning my manners. I like to follow the cats but am slowly learning that I am much to big to sit on the tables and back of the couch and I guess my feet don’t belong on the counters. I am a very curious girl but also catch on quickly for things that dogs are not allowed to do. I will be ready to go next week after I am fully vetted. I am ready to meet potential families though.
Age: 6 months Breed: Mastiff X Location: Edmonton Intake: December 2019 Adoption Fee: $450
Lucy is a sweet girl with a calm, loving nature. She loves couch time and truly loves cuddling with her people! Although Lucy appears to be a Lab X, it seems as though she will be a bit on the smaller size and will probably only grow to be a medium sized dog. As a young pup, she suffered severe injuries to her pelvis and both hind limbs. Her mobility is currently good and continues to improve over time. It will be important for her to always be kept at an ideal body weight and later in life, she will likely experience arthritis later in life so having her on a joint supplement would be recommended. She loves playing with the other dogs in her foster home. So far, she has been good with cats and small dogs, but occasionally gets a little over excited when meeting them and will sometime bark with excitement, so slow, supervised introductions are recommended. Lucy has been great with children so far and lives with a toddler in her foster home, but because of her previous injuries, would need kids who are gentle or are slightly older. She is working on basic commands and walking on a leash. Her energy level is moderate. Occasionally, Lucy has demonstrated some mild guarding behaviors regarding food and toys, but this is something that is improving over time.
Age: 7-9 months Breed: Lab X Location: Edmonton Intake: August 2019 Adoption Fee: $450
I am a very happy medium sized dog. I like people and getting attention. I need to learn some doggie basics, like not jumping up on people! But even when I do I’m not so big that I will knock you over. I am quiet and calm and not too noisy. A lot of my friends at WHARF bark a lot but I don’t join in. The volunteers at WHARF think I’ll be easy to train since I listen really well and like to please the people.
Age: 8 months Breed: Shepherd X Location: Edmonton Intake: December 2019 Adoption Fee: $450
This dog is on the WHARF farm, instead of applying please call or text Tessa to set up a meet and greet in our Edmonton office. She can also answer questions you may have about this dog. Thanks! 780 884 1172