DMRS Wish List…Donations are greatly appreciated.

Dhana Metta Rescue Society is always looking to improve.  Currently on our wishlist:

Building Materials – Plywood, Fencing, Outdoor Lighting
Land Management – Field and Brush Mower, commercial gas weed eaters, gas powered chainsaws
Outbuildings that can be moved and placed on the property
Pet Supplies – small sized collars, leashed, harnesses, bedding and high quality dog & cat food

Vetting each and every animal that comes into our rescue costs money, some need less vetting than others, and some come in needing much more that what we have on hand at any given time.

Donations can be made through our Paypal account:

or directly to any one of the 3 vet clinics we work with.

1) Kingsway Veterinary Clinic (604) 435 0222

2) Clayton Animal Hospital (604) 530-3802

3) Canada West Veterinary Specialists (604) 473 4882

Direct Deposit into our Vancity Rescue Account can also be made, e-transfers do not work with Vancity Banking unless you are also a Vancity member.

ALL OUR DOGS AND CATS LOVE THE KURANDA BEDS – AND DONATING ONE FOR A SPECIAL ANIMAL WAITING FOR THEIR FOREVER HOMES IS ALSO GREATLY APPRECIATED. JUST CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO DONATE A KURANDA BED TO A DESERVING PET.

Donate a Bed

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Queen Elizabeth (better known as Lizzy) – ADOPTED

Lizzy has been with our rescue since December 2009.  She is just over 1 year old, and is a long haired chihuahua weighing about 10 lbs.

She had gone into foster care, and passed to a neighbor without our permission or knowledge.  I would have gladly allowed these folks to add Lizzy to their family, however it became quickly evident that they were, well let’s just say “not right for Lizzy”.

It was a big fight to get her back, but we did and she has been back with us for a number of months now.  Her foster parents did a great job and now she is back here with me and the chihuahua pack LOL!

She is a very good dog, housebroken, well behaved, gets along with the dogs well, and even Bob the cat!  She is a little dominant, but that doesn’t add any problems or issues to her sweet personality.

Lizzy’s adoption fee is $450.  She has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed.

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