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OKANAGAN PUPPY-RAISING CHAPTER

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RAISE A DOG

Welcome a puppy into your home and your life for approximately 18 mos. Raising a PADS puppy means having a furry companion by your side at work, school, the grocery store and wherever else you may go in a day.

GIVE A DOG

Our supporters and sponsors help in a variety of ways, from helping to feed our puppies, building awareness or raising much needed funds for training.  Would you like to get involved with supporting PADS? Contact our Okanagan Team today for more information.

OKANAGAN NEWS

Recycle and Donate

Recycle and Donate

Sick and tired of having to sort out the trash at the depot? Want to help PADS in a fun and unique way? Well do we have the opportunity for you!

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Murray and Tony

Murray and Tony

Join us January 25th as we catch up with Murray and Tony! Tony works at the Customized Learning Centre, a small high school alternate program in Coquitlam School District.  Tony spends his day with Murray (handler) or Dannielle, Youth Worker (trained co-handler),...

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OKANAGAN PUPDATES

Tracker | May 2024

Tracker | May 2024

Tracker has switched careers from being a stud in our Breeding Program to joining our Advanced Training! During the first week of Advanced Training, he spent time at the Burnaby campus, where he was assessed. He is a goofy and energetic boy, but he also showed off all...

Billie II | May 2024

Billie II | May 2024

Hi, my name is Billie II. On May 13th, just shy of being 9 weeks old, I was presented to my new puppy raiser, Bev. We formed a tight bond pretty quickly, and I have been trying my very best to be the best puppy for her. It's sometimes hard being a puppy and...

Lyriq | May 2024

Lyriq | May 2024

Hi everyone! It's Lyriq here, your favourite 4-month-old PADS puppy, bringing you my latest Pupdate! Boy, has it been an exciting month? I've been growing so much—I'm now up to a whopping 33 pounds! Not only have my paws been getting bigger, but my maturity has also...

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