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happytales May 10th, 2012 01:08 AM

In which city can I keep my 5 dogs? Options?
 
My husband and I will moving from Mexico to Canda the next year. We have 5 rescued-adopted dogs. They are our family and our responsability. I have read that most of the cities have a regulation for house hold a maximum of 2-3 dogs. But there are others like Kingstone that let you have more.
Please!! Do you guys know any city where we could keep our dogs? Or any other way to keep them? :pray:

Please, avoid posts saying give them in adoption or proposing euthanasia, is not a solution for our familiy.

Thanks!!!!

sugarcatmom May 10th, 2012 08:26 AM

Come to Calgary!!! No household limits on pets, very dog friendly (lots of great dog parks and off-leash areas), virtually no fleas, a ton of awesome pet food stores and vet clinics (including a dog-only clinic and at least 5 24hr emergency clinics), and quick access to some of the most gorgeous wilderness in the country.

I :heart: Calgary.

Marty11 May 10th, 2012 08:37 AM

Alberta is Beautiful!! :thumbs up

Digston May 10th, 2012 12:23 PM

As far as I know Saskatchewan has no pet limit, if we do no one knows about it :) A friend of mine has 5 large breeds on an acreage just outside of town. A client of the doggy daycare I am at has 5 shihtzu's.
Depending on what breeds of dogs you have some places have BSL's in effect, so you may need to take that into account as well

sugarcatmom May 10th, 2012 12:27 PM

Oh ya, no BSL in Calgary either. :thumbs up

Longblades May 10th, 2012 01:45 PM

Canada is the second largest country in the world. Do you get to pick where, in this huge area, you'd like to live? Lucky you. Can you give us a bit more to go on? A province, a place you have to be within driving distance of for work? Family already here?

[QUOTE]Please, avoid posts saying give them in adoption or proposing euthanasia, is not a solution for our familiy. [/QUOTE]My gosh, you won't get that from this forum. :)

Dog Dancer May 10th, 2012 03:42 PM

I hope you find the perfect home here in Canada that can accommodate your family and your wonderful rescue pups. Bless you for taking them in, and as Longblades said, you won't get told to dispose of them around here! We are not made that way at all. :D While many cities have limits on dogs, there could be the possibility of kennel lisencing. Make sure you check that out if you find a city with limits.

Etown_Chick May 10th, 2012 10:59 PM

Hope you and your babes find an awesome place to live!


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