Pack of puppies in need of forever homes up for adoption in Brampton


Published April 12, 2024 at 1:24 pm

Pack of puppies adoption Brampton Animal Services

Spring is a time for new beginnings and you can help give one of five puppies and plenty of other adorable animals at the Brampton Animal Shelter a new lease of life this season.

There are currently five puppies in the pound up for adoption or foster through Brampton Animal Services, which is always looking for responsible pet owners to re-home animals that end up in the shelter system.

Take a look at these pooches to see if one of them might be a good fit for your home.


An American Bulldog pups at the shelter, Oscar and his sister were also found abandoned but is still “a resilient and loving puppy.”

Described as “a bundle of energy and affection,” Oscar has a tough-looking exterior but craves love and attention, and is eager to please and always up for new adventures.

Because he was abandoned at a critical stage of development, Brampton Animal Services says Oscar will benefit from consistent training and socialization, and will need guidance to channel his energy.


Millie, Brody and Milo

These three Boxer pups all came from the same litter and were abandoned at a young age, Brampton Animal Services says.

But despite their rough start at life, the three siblings have shown a “remarkable resilience and are ready to find their forever homes where they can receive the love and care they truly deserve.”

The puppies might be shy at first and will need some extra attention, but Brampton Animal Services says they are eager to learn and “have great potential to become loyal, affectionate companions with the right socialization and training.”

“They require a home environment where they will receive plenty of love, attention, and positive reinforcement training to help them blossom into well-adjusted adult dogs,” Brampton Animal Services says.


Another American Bulldog puppy but with a brindle colouring, Brampton Animal Services says Matilda “has a big personality wrapped up in a little package.”

“She loves to play with his people or dog friends and will try to find the comfiest spot on the couch and curl up beside you when it’s time to rest,” her description reads.

Dog adoptions cost $200 plus a pet licence fee and includes vaccinations, sterilization and a free veterinary exam to get your furry friend ready for their new home.

But there are more than just dogs up for adoption as the shelter also has many cats, rabbits, hamsters and mice. Cat adoptions start at $120 while birds and small animal adoption fees start at $5.

If adoption isn’t an option then Brampton Animal Services also accepts donations to the Helping Orphaned Pets in Emergencies (HOPE) Fund.

The fund was started in 2001 to raise money for the rehabilitation of sick and injured animals at the shelter so they can be adopted into loving homes, and Brampton Animal Services says a donation can make a perfect gift for the animal lover on your holiday list this year.

All proceeds from donations help pay for extended medical procedures for animals in Brampton Animal Services’ care with no portion used to cover administration or operational expenses.

To see all the animals available for adoption this holiday season or learn more about the Brampton Animal services HOPE Fund click here.

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