Tuesday , 12 December 2017

Adoption Spotlight: Lili is at the SPCA

The following is a courtesy listing. Please consult the contact info below for further info – thanks! 🙂

Lili is currently being fostered. The following is courtesy of her Foster mom…


Lili is a pitbull/mastiff mix. She is about 7 months old.

Lili (left) is looking for her forever home

Lili is a playful girl that gets along well with other dogs, children and I also suspect she is a cat-lover.  She always wants to cuddle no matter the time of day, or how dirty she is! She is very quiet inside the house; she will follow you around like a ninja and be right behind you when you suspect it the least!

The only time I hear her barking is when a stranger – a saleman or the hydro guy – knocks on the door.  She has a really good pack spirit and she knows where her place is. She was taught to walk on leash like a lady, so she rarely pulls. I think she would be an excellent first dog for any person that is willing to love her forever, to teach her boundaries and good behaviour. She still needs more training to lie down, give the paw and play dead, but it’s getting there; she is a smart cookie!

She will be fixed at the end of September. The new family will have to adopt her at the SPCA and cover the cost of spaying. I have her at home because I found her wandering loose, and she was put in the SPCA program. I will be very selective –  she already was dumped one time, I will ensure this will never happen again.

Interested? Please contact the Montreal SPCA for more:

Lili’s reference ID: 183670  

call the Montreal SPCA: 514 735 2711 (2237)


Lili est un mélange de pitbull / dogue. Elle a 7 mois.

Lili est une petite fille enjouée qui s’entend bien avec les autres chiens, les enfants et je soupçonne également qu’elle est une amoureuse des chats! Elle veut se faire câliner à tous les moments de la journée, peu importe qu’elle soit sale ou non! Elle est très calme dans la maison, elle vous suit partout comme un ninja et apparait juste derrière vous au moment ou vous vous en attendez le moins! Les seules fois où je l’ai entendu japper était lorsqu’un étranger, comme un vendeur ou le gars d’Hydro, frappe à la porte. C’est un bon chien de groupe qui connait sa place. Elle est en train d’apprendre la marche au pied en laisse et tire rarement. Je crois qu’elle serait un excellent premier chien une famille qui veut l’aimer à jamais, lui apprendre les limites et le bon caractère. Elle a besoin de plus de dressage pour mieux se coucher, donner la patte et faire le mort, mais on y arrive lentement, c’est une petite vite!

Pour plus d’informations, appelez la SPCA de MontrĂ©al
numéro de référence: 183670  

514 735 2711 (2237)  


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