Hospice & Medical Needs Dogs

From time to time animals arrive in our care that are not able to be publicly adopted, one of our amazing fosters will commit to caring for these hospice dogs until their time comes to cross the rainbow bridge. Each animal has a rescue story and you can donate directly to one of our special cases as they go on their journey. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

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Road of Discovery : Baron

Baron was brought to us from a partner rescue is South Korea, we knew he was a senior when we accepted him, but we did not know the extend of his medical needs at that time. Since his arrival Baron had exhibited many symptoms and we have been working closely with several vets including the CARE Centre in Calgary, to try and identify his diagnosis.

We have several tests that still need to be done to further investigate his symptoms and we hope to raise funds to be able to help him more.

Baron is a very sweet dog & we will continue to investigate and we hope he will be adoptable one day. A huge thank you to his foster Marica, who has made Baron very comfortable during this journey.

If you would like to help with the cost of Barons medical needs, click to donate.

The Golden Years : Bear

Bear is a senior, who was rescued with his (chihuahua) brother from a high-kill shelter in California. His brother was soon adopted after arrival but Bear was not able to be up for public adoption due to several medical conditions.

Bear is now in hospice care with his lovely foster Chelsea, who has made Bear part of her beloved pack of fur-babies and he will remain with her until it is his time to cross the rainbow bridge.

If you would like to donate to his ongoing care, click to donate.

2nd Times a Charm : Winston

Winston was found abandoned by his owners in a high-kill shelter in California. He was set to be euthanized that morning. We knew when we rescued Winston that he would be a hospice dog.

Something about Winston spoke to us, and we felt he needed to experience that love and better care from humans before he crosses the rainbow bridge.

Winston has many medical issues, which are all now being managed by our Vet. We are thankful to Chelsea and Brenda for fostering this little fella.

If you would like to donate to his ongoing care, click to donate.

All Dogs Go To Heaven : Pedro

Pedro was rescued from a high-kill shelter in California, he came to use several years ago and was adopted soon after. Unfortunately the family was no longer able to care for him and he was returned to the rescue.

Since his return, we have discovered some more serious medical issues and he is not able to be put up for public adoption.

We are very grateful to his fur-ever foster Keitha for giving him a loving home in his last days.

If you would like to donate to his ongoing care, click to donate.

Lots of Love to Give : Petey

We are very grateful to his fur-ever foster Marica for giving him a loving home in his last days.

If you would like to donate to his ongoing care, click to donate.

The Journey Is Not Over Yet : Jisoek

This tiny boy came all the way from Korea, he was rescued by a group there from a local shelter. Once arriving in Canada we sadly discovered that Jiseok has many medical issues. We are now managing his medical needs and thank his loving foster for being dedicated to giving him many happy years. 

If you would like to donate to his ongoing care, click to donate.

The Journey Is Not Over Yet : Lulu

Lulu is a 16 year old Terrier Mix, she was surrendered to FHR several years ago, for some time she needed a safe place to work on some confidence issues. She has settled in to her foster home very well but sadly has developed several mammary gland tumors that will need to be removed. The surgery has been scheduled and the rescue is currently raising fund to cover these expenses. As an elderly dog there are many more risks related to this type of surgery and the recovery however her dedicated foster feels she has much more love to give. 

If you would like to donate to his ongoing care, click to donate.

crossed the rainbow bridge : Dottie

Rescued April 2017
Crossed the rainbow bridge November 2019

crossed the rainbow bridge : Candy

Rescued April 2017
Crossed the rainbow bridge May 2019

crossed the rainbow bridge : Peanut

Rescued August 2012
Crossed the rainbow bridge November 2015

Fur-Ever Homes Rescue Society is a Registered Canadian Charity 837713445RR0001
Email: volunteers@fur-everhomesrescue.com

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