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Canadian Border Terrier Welfare currently has no Border Terriers in foster care.
Please check back often as our situation can change at any time.

If you are interested in being on our list of potential adopters, please fill in our application form.

If you do not receive an acknowledgement within 24hrs, contact Pam Dyer.



Courtesy Listings

Please note, any dogs listed here are NOT currently in CBTW foster care and any adoption arrangements are strictly between the current owner, breeder, rescue organization or foster home and the potential adopters.
CBTW makes no claims and bears no responsibility in regards to the health or temperament of these dogs


Pippa (9 year-old female) (Duncan, BC)

From Pippa's current owner;

Owing to a very difficult family situation we no longer have a home set up that works for Pippa.
She is great little dog, but unfortunately, over the last couple of years, she has developed some aggression issues with other dogs especially small white ones.
We are heartbroken to have to place her but she is deserving of more space and attention than we can now give her.
More importantly her issues are creating unmanageable anxiety in the home.
She would do great in a family that had a yard or lived in a situation where she did not have to encounter off leash dogs.
Pippa is adaptable and adventurous. She has stayed with many family members and friends, is good with children, and even most dogs that she has to live with.
She has never shown an ounce of agression towards any person. She rides motorcycles and bicycles with us and loves hikes appropriate for her age.


Pippa is being rehomed with the support of the breeder

If you are interested in Pippa, please fill in an application form which will be forwarded to her owner.



Contact: NABTW to enquire about any rescues they may have available
or visit their web site. You can also complete an email application here that will be forwarded to NABTW


If you feel you may have a home for a rescue Border, do not let distance dissuade you from making contact. If it is determined through communication and referrals that the right home is not a local home, NABTW, CBTW and Border Terrier rescue volunteers Nationwide will work together to help transport the lucky little dog to his/her forever home.


Others in need of a Home......

If you are ready to make the commitment to adopt a needy pup, adult or senior "NOW" and are willing to forego the possibility of a Border Terrier in favour of a purebred of another breed, a terrier mix or a simple mutt who desperately needs a "forever home", we urge you to visit www.petfinder.com
They list thousands of deserving dogs on their site and we are confident you will find just the companion you are searching for.