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Dog Waving Paw

Virtual Adoptions

Take a look at our dogs in the Virtual Adoptions program who are looking for sponsors.

Virtual Adoptions allow you to support one of our dogs in our shelter in India who are unable to travel to Canada. 

A virtual adopter will receive updates on their "adopted" dog that they support. This option allows you the joy of adopting a dog without the physical responsibility of caring for them at home, whether due to your busy work schedule or other limitations for owning a dog.





Lady's life was changed forever when she was hit by a car. The accident left her paralyzed below her waist, unable to walk or even stand on her own.

Despite the odds stacked against her, Lady never lost her spirit. She is always wagging her tail and trying to play, even though she can't move her hind legs.

We know that Lady deserves a chance at a happy life, so we are working on her physical therapy to help her regain some mobility. She is a fighter and tries hard every day to regain mobility.

She is loved and cared for at the shelter, where she receives all the support and attention she needs. With your monthly sponsorship, we can continue to give her the care she needs.

Hardik is a lovable and young rescued dog who was unfortunately hit by a car, leaving him unable to walk again.

Despite receiving extensive treatment, he was unable to regain his mobility. Fortunately, he found a permanent home at our shelter, where he's been a cherished member ever since.

Despite his physical limitations, Hardik is a happy and affectionate dog who loves nothing more than showering people with love and attention. His excitement and enthusiasm are contagious, and he's always eager to make new friends.

Hardik is a true inspiration, reminding us all that even in the face of adversity, love and joy can still shine through.

Romeo a senior dog who met with an accident and got paralyzed. He had been living on the streets for as long as anyone could remember, fending for himself and scrounging for scraps.

A kind-hearted man reported about him and since then Romeo has been part of Paws family.

Despite his disabilities, Romeo is a happy dog. He loves spending time with the other dogs at the shelter, and he is always eager to make new friends.

We know that Romeo deserves a forever home, but we also know that finding someone who is willing to take on the responsibility of caring for a paralyzed dog would be a challenge.

This is where you can help by adopting him virtually. By virtually adopting him you can provide necessary treatment and care to our pawsome senior dog.







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