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Can you give two best friends a loving home together?

RosieBaileyBailey and Rosie are one year old Dutch Shepherd mixes. They came into the care of the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre in September in need of nutritious food, a warm bed and some TLC.

Despite the challenges they endured before coming to the Ontario SPCA, these two pups are happy, healthy and friendly. Bailey and Rosie have big hearts and LOVE people. They are both very socially motivated and gleefully rush to greet new people with a big lick to say hello! These lovable girls will require an adopter who is dedicated to their positive reinforcement training. In return, they will offer unconditional love and companionship.

As best friends, Bailey and Rosie are searching for a home together. They need someone who is willing to spend the time to teach them housetraining and basic obedience. As they never had the opportunity to socialize with other animals before coming into the care of the Ontario SPCA, they require a home where they will be the only furry family members while they learn how to interact with other animals.

Interested in adopting? Call the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre at (905) 898-7122 x 306 Visit to see more animals available for adoption.

Throughout December, the Ontario SPCA is celebrating adoption with its iAdopt for the Holidays campaign. If you`re not able to adopt, visit to give back to vulnerable animals while finding the purr-fect gift for that special someone on your holiday list by shopping the Ontario SPCA’s Paws & Give™ online giving store.

If you have an adopted animal at home, visit to enter Ontario’s Cutest Adopted Animal Photo Contest for your chance to win some great weekly prizes, including Swiffer® prize packs, as well as our grand prize of a $500 PetSmart gift card. Enter before midnight on Dec. 17 for your chance to win.

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