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Pittie mix? Parents unknown




Born in March 2024


Small but growing each day. Currently a chonky pup!


With proper introductions, supervision and separation as they transition


With proper introductions, supervision and separation as they transition


With proper introductions, supervision and separation as they transition

House Trained

Working on it... I'm just a baby after all!

Medical needs

I've been brought up by a surrogate mom, once I am old enough I will go to the vet for my first proper checkup and vaccine. Moving forward I'll need vaccine boosters, regular checkups and recovery from my spay later this year

Energy levels

I am a young puppy - lots of playing, growing, rest and learning to be done!

Training goals

To learn about preparing to raise a puppy and beyond, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell

My story:


Hi I'm Yukie! I arrived at WAG a couple of weeks ago along with my sister and we have been taken care of ever since by our surrogate mom who has been nursing us and teaching us all thing things we need to know. 

WAG was assisting with getting our foster mom spayed, but there was a last minute change of plan after she ended up looking after us! The puppies were too young to be without a mom so the three of us got checked over and then checked into the puppy ward at WAG which had just become available for our little family. Me and my sister Yukie will soon be old enough to be adopted and can't wait to start our new adventures in homes of our own! And when she's ready, momma can be spayed as planned!

Soon enough, me and my sister Russet we will be ready to get settled into loving homes of our own! We were really lucky that we have such a great stand-in mom looking after us, we were only young when we first got to WAG and we hadn't even opened our eyes yet, or grown our tiny teeth to eat our own food. She has been simply the best, WAG say she is nurturing and so sweet but it can be stressful being responsible for little potatos like us. She will be spayed soon as planned so she can focus on herself instead of feeding special puppies like us.

I'm already quite big and so is my sister, we have had lots of help growing and have been eating for ourselves too and getting used to soaked kibble 'mush' whilst weaning. Remember, I am still a baby who will need my family to be proactive and understand that these next few weeks before and after adoption are truly the most important in my life. Early socialization is where I learn about the big wide human world that we have to live in. There are going to be so many new things I have yet to experience. I need a home that will look at my body language and understand when I may be fearful of something new. I'd love a family that will take me to basic puppy classes to get me off on the right start! A family that is patient and loving is what I would like the most. I need a home that is committed to me and ready to give me a life with love and adventure for the rest of my years.

Are you ready to give me the WHOLE package - endless love, positive & considered socialisation experiences, training using positive reinforcement methods, high quality nutrition, vet care as required, and all that puppies need as they grow into dogs?

Remember - adopting a puppy is a huge commitment and these next few weeks and months of their lives are critical in puppy development and socialisation! For more information about preparing to raise a puppy, we recommend the book "The Puppy Primer" by Patricia McConnell and have a few copies at WAG for purchase. 

If you're ready to offer a warm and supportive environment to a young and determined puppy like me, please consider filling out an adoption application today. I'm excited to find a loving family that will help me grow into a happy and healthy dog! The first stage to adoption via WAG is always to fill in an application form first, and then we will be in touch about the next steps.

If you are unable to adopt at this time, please consider donating towards our care and others like us who need help the most. Litters of puppies are adorable, but tend to require a lot of resources and can often have long stays at WAG whilst waiting for their loving homes. Shelters across the Province are currently overstretched, please spaying and neutering your companion animals to help do you part in preventing unexpected litters locally.

If you require assistance in spaying or neutering your own current four legged pals - please contact WAG to find out more about our FANS program (financial assistance for neuters and spays).

My perfect home:

  • Able to provide a calm, nurturing environment with people that will pay attention to my  body language to understand how I feel

  • Is ready for the 10+ year commitment

  • Loves everything puppy

  • Will continue with basic training, I will need a post-adoption training appointment or Puppy classes with a WAG approved trainer

  • Lots of patience!

  • Will use food as a motivator

  • Will love me forever no matter what, quirks and all!

  • I need a home that is committed to me and ready to give me a life with love and adventure for the rest of my years.

  • Will provide me with vet care with annual checkups, vaccine boosters and anything else I might need

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