Helping an Animal
Adopting a dog
This is an exciting time for you choosing a new companion to call a part of your family.
MakING a Donation
When donating to Misty Creek Dog Rescue you’re helping us help them. This wouldn’t be possible without your support.
Fetch Happiness: Adopt a Dog and Make Memories!
Available Adult Dogs
Mango (pending application)
Yellow Lab mix
1 Year - Male
Such a sweet boy. Good with dogs, cats and kids!
Yellow Lab mix
2 year old Lab mix.
Great with everything!
4 year old
Smaller girl. Fantastic little dog. Good with kids and other dogs. Not a fan of cats.
5 year old flat coated retriever type
Very mellow and gentle girl.
1-2 year old Chow Mix
Happy gentle guy. He is a lot smaller than a Pure Chow. Loves attention and has great manners
Spirit is a 4 month old medium sized mixed breed, male. Super happy and playful little guy!
6 Months - Female
Very outgoing and playful.
What we do
At Misty Creek, our goal is to find the most suitable environment for each specific dog and we reserve the right to refuse adoption. We want our dogs to enjoy a forever home.
While our intakes are in transition we attempt to place them all in temporary foster homes.
Finding Pets a Home
We help hundreds of dogs find new forever homes throughout the year.
Spay & Neuter
At Misty Creek Dog Rescue we insure all of our intakes are properly vetted, spayed or neutered prior to adoption. This is included in your adoption fee.
What Drives Us
Founded in 1998 as a no-kill shelter, Misty Creek Dog Rescue is one of many volunteer-run shelters in Western Canada shouldering the burden of the thousands of animals who are abandoned, abused or surrendered every year.
Misty Creek Dog Rescue takes in dogs from pounds, reserves, other shelters and voluntary owner surrenders providing them with medical care, vaccinations, and behavioural training with the aim of finding them forever homes. Because of the strict no-kill mandate, dogs may stay at the shelter for years until they are successfully placed with a suitable family.
We believe building awareness, while cultivating the bond between pets and peoples, leads to humane treatment for all.
Getting involved you will be a part of saving a life by finding them forever homes.
At this time we are unable to hold events due to COVID-19. Please check back at a later date.