Wooley was sadly displaced from his home with the forest fires were ravaging the interior of BC. His family could not find a dog-friendly when they had to relocate, so Wooley has found himself in the Shelter. He was transferred to the Sunshine Coast Branch via our drive-for-lives program. Wooley is a great dog! He loves to go on long walks and explore new places. He is OK with most dogs with proper, slow, on-leash introductions. Wooley knows “sit” and is great to walk on-leash. He loves cuddles, and loves to run and play in his yard. Wooley is a big dog and will need lots of exercise and mental stimulation in order to live his best life. This poor guy must be missing his old family and really wants to get back to enjoying the finer things with his new people! Are you looking for a new besty? Apply for Wooley today!
PLEASE NOTE: This dog is located on the Sunshine Coast and travel via BC Ferries is required to adopt. Appointments are preferred to adopt one of our animals. Please speak with shelter staff prior to visiting our branch.
***We’ve made changes to our adoption process! 1. View the animal’s profile at adopt.spca.bc.ca 2. Submit an application https://spca.bc.ca/survey/dog-adoption-application-sunshine-coast/ 3. If it’s a match, staff will contact you to set up an appointment for a meet & greet. 4. Live happily fur-ever after!***
- Days in care: 85
- Approximate age: 6 years old
- Pet Type: Dog
- Breed: Husky / Great Pyrenees
- Colour: White / Grey
- Approximate Size: Large
- Weight: 37.4 kg
- Sex: Male
- Location: BC SPCA Sunshine Coast, Sechelt B.C.
- Animal ID: 577892
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
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