Please read our Adoption FAQs to learn about the process of adopting a dog from SOS!


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Supplies Needed!

Do you have some scruff stuff that you can part with? Consider donating! We’re always happy to accept supply donations, but at the moment we’re in particular need of:

  • XS Martingale Collars

  • Small/Medium/Large Crates (both travel crates and wire crates)

If you have any of the above that you’d like to donate, please email Jess at


Huge News! We are headed down to Tennessee on November 29th to do what we do best and bring home some scruffs!  But we need your help! We only have 1 month to raise enough funding!

Please help us reach our goal of $5000!

Here’s an idea of how far your money can go: 

  • Van Rentals $570

  • Gas $500 

  • Vetting per dog $250

  • Customs fee per dog $35

We are also in need of the following items: 

  • Peepads 

  • Soccer Balls/Basketballs 

  • Large Kongs 

  • Dog Wheelchair

  • Storage Bins 

  • Unopened Dog Food 

If you have any of these items, please email to arrange drop-off at our warehouse



Rescue all types of dogs from unfortunate situations and provide them with the necessary medical and rehabilitation care that they require, while in loving temporary foster care. During this process, we work to find them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes and as well work towards preventing the need for rescue in the future. 


Save Our Scruff is dedicated to preventing overpopulation as well as stopping the cycle of abandonment/neglect while also providing aid/support due to these concerns. We provide care and rehabilitation for stray, abandoned or displaced dogs. We strive to position ourselves as a leader on matters that promote and improve the welfare of dogs through enhancement, protection, care, education and advocacy.


Title: Warehouse Coordinator
Team: Transport/Intakes
Time Commitment: 1-2 Visit to PYA (15 Apex Rd, Toronto)/ week

The Warehouse Coordinator works directly with the Supply Coordinator and PYA warehouse team.

Responsibilities include:
1. Ensuring the storage area at PYA is kept organized and catalogue supplies.
2. Putting out appropriate supply for pickup, and organizing supplies/donations that have been dropped off.  
3. Communicating with the Supply Coordinator regarding stock, storage and supplies. 

NOTE: This role is best suited to volunteers with daytime weekday, (9am-5pm, Monday- Friday) availability as we operate in the warehouse during business hours ONLY. 
Currently we’re looking for volunteers to fill out our team, with availability on Wednesday- Friday being most ideal!

If interested, please email with some details about yourself and why you think this would be a good position for you!



Scruff Start Up Pack – $25


Your gift could get a rescue pup set up with supplies to start their new life. These packs are specifically catered to them considering their size, background, dietary restrictions, etc. in order to set them up for success. 


Board and Train – $150


Save Our Scruff prides ourselves on taking dogs in no matter their size, age, or breed. Sometimes these pups need a little bit of help with training due to their unfortunate past. Your gift would be able to cover board and train for a pup for a week to get them one step closer to their furever home. 


No Hangry Dogs – $50


We often have dogs come to us malnourished and your gift could supply a dog with food for their time in foster care. This could also provide treats to aid in training when dogs are transitioning out of #streetlife and need to learn commands and manners.


A+ Health – $200


We make sure all of our pups have a clean bill of health before they move on to their furever home! Your gift of 200$ could ensure that our new arrival pups get any vet services or vaccinations they need to live their best lives!




50% of Save Our Scruff’s dogs come from places outside of Canada where conditions are quite bad for stray dogs. (Most commonly, Mexico, Dominican, Texas & Egypt.) Your gift can cover the cost of a scruff-in-need as they travel to their new life in Canada.


Sponsor a Rescue – $450


Be the reason a pup gets their second chance at life. A gift of $450 could cover the entire journey of a general rescue case. This would be able to provide travel, food, supplies, and a clean bill of health from the Vet so that they can transition to their furever home with ease.


Some pups need a bit more help! Donate to specific dogs to help them where they need it.



| M | 2 Y | Shepherd mix | 70 lbs | High energy | Smart and excitable | Needs an experienced owner | Cuddle monster | Separation anxiety | Overexcited with some Dogs | Not cat tested | Older kids only l Needs to be outside of City

Meet MAX! MAX has a BIG personality and will need an experienced owner who can help all his best qualities shine, while working on a couple of things cause you know every day’s a school day! He’s high energy and will need at least one good walk per day along with mental exercise. MAX needs help learning how to calm down on walks and in the home, he gets soooooo excited on walks that he can't contain himself, he can get really vocal, lunge and whine but it's stemming from frustration, overstimulation and excitement. He's a high energy dog and wants to go go go. MAX can be pushy so will need someone who won’t give in to his beautiful puppy dog eyes. He is VERY smart which can work for or against you. He knows all his basic commands plus a couple extra but would still like to continue training to learn even more. He can get easily overexcited so when people reach out to "let him smell", talk in high pitched voices, stare, baby talk, lean over there's a good chance he's gonna take the invitation, jump up to greet you and maybe give you a concussion while he's at it so it's important that his greetings are done calmly to encourage that state of mind with him. He's looking for someone to be his advocate and is willing to dedicate time to continued training and will only allow people to meet him if they follow instructions. He is very affectionate with humans. He gets anxious when he's left home alone and not crated, crate training is essential with MAX since it helps him calm down. MAX loves his crate and will often go in there throughout the day for naps and has no issue going in there at night. He is incredibly dog social, he enjoys life in foster with a pack of 7 or more dogs and has helped other dogs learn better social skills. He's very playful with dogs, listens to signals well and adjusts his play to the size of the dog. He hasn’t been tested with cats. MAX has spent most of his life with children in the home but can get overwhelmed by the excitement of new children, because of this, it's best that MAX go to a home with no children or a home with older children. MAX will absolutely shine in the right home. He would LOVE a place outside of the city! If that’s you fill out an application to adopt now!

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