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The Montreal SPCA Is Looking For Forever Families For These 4 Dashing Doggos

Meet Momo, Jax, Red and Dayia! 🐶

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A beige puppy up for adoption at the Montreal SPCA. Right: A black dog up for adoption at the Montreal SPCA.

A beige puppy up for adoption at the Montreal SPCA. Right: A black dog up for adoption at the Montreal SPCA.

The Montreal SPCA has been serving the animal community for over 100 years, taking immense care of some of the best boys and girls.

If you've been thinking about expanding your family and adopting a fur baby of your own, the SPCA currently has four adorable dogs looking for their forever homes.

The SPCA always asks anyone looking to adopt a new pet to "evaluate the costs related to having a dog: food, veterinary appointments, grooming products, accessories," the Montreal SPCA wrote on their website — considering it is quite the commitment.

In addition to the added responsibility, there are fees involved with adopting from the SPCA. Adoption fees range from $50 to $525 depending on whether the animal is still a puppy, a dog over eight months, or if it's a compassionate adoption.

If you've got the space, both in your home and heart, and the means to adopt and care for an animal, then these cute doggos could potentially become part of your fam jam for good!


Momo the dog

Momo the dog

Montreal SPCA

Introducing Momo!

Momo is a 9-month-old male dog who deserves all the good boy treats in the world. Momo is a mixed breed, and despite being quite active, he'd be great for an apartment space. The cutest boy is also great with other dogs and would require two to three hours of exercise per day on average.

Momo is also not the most comfortable being left alone and is good for families without young children. He is not declawed and can grow to weigh up to 44 pounds.

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Meet Jax!

Jax is a 6-year-old dog with an "old soul," as described by the SPCA on Instagram. Jax is quite vocal, so he'd be best suited for a family without young children who live in a home only. The doggo isn't comfortable being left alone just yet and would need about two to three hours of exercise a day, especially considering he's gotten quite chunky.

The SPCA said, "Thanks to his (very) good appetite, Jax has become somewhat plump. In fact, climbing stairs is now a challenge for him. He is looking for a family who will help him lose weight with regular walks, a diet and games or activities."

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Red the dog

Red the dog

Montreal SPCA

Say "woof" to Red!

Red is a 3-year-old mixed breed who is just the best girl. She currently weighs nearly 52 pounds and is good for either a home or an apartment with a separate entrance.

Red has experience with kids over 16 years old, and may or may not be the most comfortable around other dogs and cats. She is currently not yet comfortable being left alone and would require an average of two to three hours of exercise per day.

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Last but not least, Dayia!

Dayia is a seven-year-old mixed breed weighing in at nearly 84 pounds. Despite being quite vocal, she is good for an apartment or house, preferably one in the countryside or with a fenced-in yard, the SPCA said.

She is used to being around kids 16 years old or more and can live with cats.

Dayia is both sweet and affectionate, and "adores to play ball with her favourite humans and, because she's so smart, she loves to learn new tricks," the SPCA wrote. "She'll do anything for a treat (she just can't get enough!). Full of energy, Dayia will be more than happy to take you for a walk or some outdoor exercise."

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Please note that adoptions are by appointment only and can be booked here.

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