Rescue Stories

All donations to Havanese Fanciers of Canada(HFC) Rescue go directly to help Havanese in need of assistance. Below are a few stories of Havanese who we have helped through HFC Rescue.

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Lucas Update

SammyWe want to thank you for allowing us to adopt Lucas.

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Sammy’s and Bentley’s Story…

SammySammy has been with me now for almost a year.  He is an adorable little champagne Havanese with the sunniest disposition you could ever imagine.  I can’t imagine why anyone would ever want to surrender him, but that&

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Louie, Now Bailey's Story

Bailey  December 27,1999 - May 29, 2011My name is Louie and I used to live in a cage with my friend Cookie.

We went to live with Paula Martel and we got to play with her dogs and socialize.

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Sam Home Sweet Home

After an eight hour drive for my new Mom and Boy to come and get me and then go home, I am finally at my forever home.
My new boy Billy is thirteen years old, and has been waiting for me a long time.

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Update on Nevins 2009

Nevins was a neglected but healthy Havanese taken in by HFC Rescue and fostered by a club member.

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Story of Kooba

All about KoobaKooba has turned into an amazing dog who would benefit from continuing socialization (loves dogs and people) and some bonding time with obedience training (loves to learn and please you). She soaks up new things fast. She ADORES her walks.

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Update on Hero's Rescue Story, August 2006

On July 12th I was adopted by a loving family who lives on the shores of Lake Huron on Manitoulin Island. I live with Sue, Terry, and Lady (a rescued American Eskimo Dog).

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Max's Rescue Story

Max had been cared for and well loved; he was healthy with no physical problems to deal with. However, he had been left to himself a little too much, mostly untrained, and had some behavioral issues; he was in need of basic training. Max adapted easily to the new routines of his foster home and was a quick study.

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Update on Hero's Rescue Story, May 2006

Hero has been in care for over 4 months now.

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Update on Hero's Rescue Story, March 2006

Hero is still on antibiotics for an infection. He is not quite out of the woods yet but is improving all the time.