Kiko Dog Rescue currently has many wonderful dogs, large and small, young and mature, available for adoption. If you're thinking of welcoming a new dog into your home, please consider the adoption option. We would be pleased to help find the best match for your family and lifestyle.
Click here to fill out an Adoption Application
Our dogs love to sleep on Kuranda Dog beds, but we don't have enough for everyone. If you would like to donate a bed at a special wholesale price for a another dog to sleep in comfort, please donate a Kuranda dog bed.
We will be holding adoption events on a regular basis at various locations throughout 2013. Please visit our website for all the details!
WHO WE ARE
Kiko Dog Rescue and Adoptions is a small non-profit rescue group located west of Montreal near the Quebec/Ontario border and is named after a little black Pug rescued from a puppy mill. We are dedicated to helping dogs that have found themselves homeless, whether they are from a pound, puppy mill or a home surrender, by placing them in the loving forever homes they so deserve. We take pride in our thorough approach to adoptions and do our very best to ensure the most appropriate match. All dogs that come into our rescue receive whatever veterinary care they require, including everything from dentistry to surgery to help correct an uncomfortable or painful medical condition. In many cases, the adoption fee is not enough to cover a dog's vet bill. If you would like to help us by making a donation towards our vet bill, please click on the Paypal button.
ADOPTING A FRIEND
If you are interested in adopting a Kiko dog, please e-mail us. You will be asked to complete an adoption application so that we can get to know you better. A home visit is also mandatory, often with the dog that interests you. Our adoption fee is $400 and all our dogs are examined by a veterinarian, defleaed, dewormed*, vaccinated, sterilized and also tested for heartworm and lyme disease. *Please note that puppies adopted at a young age may require ongoing deworming for up to six months. Although this is a relatively inexpensive treatment, Kiko is unable to cover this and will only take care of deworming and vaccinations while the puppy is under the care of the rescue.
Please note that our dogs are not kept at a shelter in Rigaud; this is simply where the founder of the rescue lives with her three dogs. We rely on the generosity of foster families to care for our dogs until they find forever homes. If you are not ready for a permanent adoption and would like to consider fostering on a temporary basis, please contact us for more information. Food and veterinary care is provided by Kiko—all you need to provide is a warm loving haven.
Kiko Dog Rescue Rigaud, QC J0P 1P0