The Montreal SPCA boldly states on their Facebook adoption page that owning a dog is a privilege, not a right.
They are certainly right about that. Studies have show that having a furry companion improves happiness and well-being in owners. Not only that, but adopting a dog is a great way to give back to the community and help animals in need. Double happiness boost!
That said, moving season is around the corner, and sadly during this time of year, many dogs will be abandoned. That's when the SPCA comes in to help and try to give these loving and gentle animals a good home.
So - if you've been considering getting a dog, or just want to see what's out there, have a look at the SPCA page. Adoption just might be the good deed you've been waiting for.
Age: 12 years old
Why you should consider adopting him: Although Spaky might be on the old side, old dogs still need love. Maybe even more than young ones. Also, Sparky is great with kids, as long as they're over 10 years old. A great house dog, and can live peacefully with other dogs.
Age: 1 years old
Why you should consider adopting him: Enzo is still a pup and he's good with adults over 16-years old. He's a great house dog, but still needs some training and can't be left alone for long hours.
Age: 4 years old
Why you should consider adopting him: Comet is only 4-years old and he's a great house dog. Comet is good with kids over 13 years old and needs quite a bit of exercise daily.
Age: 2 years old
Why you should consider adopting her: Mila is a great house dog and can live with other dogs as well. Although this young pup is not used to being left alone, she has a lot of potential training to do.
Age: 7 years old
Why you should consider adopting him: Pea is a little bit older but makes a great companion. Although he is not used to being left alone for long periods of time he is housebroken and can live with kids.
Age: 3 years old
Why you should consider adopting her: Princess is still a young dog and will make a great company animal. She does well with kids and other dogs, and can be left alone for a couple hours.
Age: 3 years old
Why you should consider adopting her: Maggie is a big dog, but is still young. She is good with teens over 13-years-old and she needs a lot of attention.
For more information on how to adopt a dog with the SPCA, click HERE