Your Dog Rescue
We rescue, foster and adopt out unwanted, mistreated, neglected or abandoned dogs.

Our wonderful group of volunteers also love to knit.
We have been asked if it would be possible to purchase
some of our items, so why not give everyone a chance
to buy our great hand knit items and help
at the same time.
Please browse through our items and email either
Everyone loves a
Hand knit in England 
It's a Rainbow 
60% Acrylic 40% merino wool 
Bev;s blue winter
So Cozy
100% Acrylic
reflector hats                                                          
 Reflector Hats & Infinity Scarves 
Excellent for dog walking
at Night 
93% Acrylic  7% Other Fibres, hand wash, lay
to dry.
Red, Electric Blue, Lime Green, Bright Pink, Black, Navy Blue           
Hat $35.00
Scarf $35.00
 Heavy Alpaca with Faux
Fur Pom Pom
100% Alpaca, Faux Fur
Similar to high end sports stores hat
 flapper hat
Flapper Hat with Bow &
100% Acrylic
Childs Size
 Honey comb hat Honeycomb Hat Reversible
 75% New Wool 25% Polyamide
Medium size
Machine washable, Gentle Cycle
       Hat and broach and infinity  
 Jan hat & scarf 1
  $35.00 Hat, Scarf & Broach $10.00 Hat $15.00 with                                                                                     Broach
 $20.00 Infinity Scarf
 spripped toque
          Stripped Ski Hat     Lined
 60% Acrylic 
40% Superwash Merino Wool
Hand Wash, Lay Flat to Dry

 Please go to News and Events for more hand knit items

Book your Eductional lecture with Jackie for

this years school session.

Don't wait till the last minute.

416 801-7982







When Jackie, the Education Director from Your DogRescue, visited our Brownie unit, the girls were thrilled. It's not easy keeping 26 7, 8-and-9-year-olds interested for one hour but Jackie did it with ease. The information about responsible pet care, rescuing and fostering pets was presented in an age appropriate manner and her props were excellent. The girls were given plenty of time to talk about their pets, share their personal experiences and ask questions. Jackie was caring, insightful and educated the Brownies through her relaxed program. The full colour hand out materials, educational colouring book and adorable keychain were very popular. I would encourage any Girl Guide or Scout group to invite Your Dog Rescue to speak to them. It is a worthwhile, interesting and inspiring program.


Thank you



Jackie was a pleasure to have at our Sparks meeting.  She engaged the girls and gave them plenty of opportunity to make their own comments or ask questions.  It was great that she brought along one of her own dogs as that really got the girls attention.  I would definately have Jackie come back in future years.  It also helped us cover off the last part of one of the keepers as we were unable to coordinate a visit to a veterinary clinic.  Thanks Jackie!




As part of our on going educational programs, we are offering the opportunity to groups such as: Girl Guides, Cubs Scouts, School Groups or Church Groups to take advantage of our organization, Your Dog Rescue. We would like to come and have one of our speakers talk about animal rescue, adoption from rescue groups and information about the animals that are not lucky enough to have a home.


Jackie Thorn, who heads up the education group comes to us with many years experience with animal rescue.

Depending on the age group, Jackie will have various handouts, question and answer periods and play time.  All topics will be age appropriate. Jackie will talk about nutrition and the caring of our pets. Her talks will be very informative and motivating to help our furry friends and our children to understand the importance of proper care of our pets. It is our responsibility to care for the animals that surround us and to help teach our children. 

Please call our

HOT LINE 416 801-7982 for further information.






We are building a team that is focused on implementing change. Our efforts are focused on education, rescue and adoption. Education programs are focused on animal care, training and wellbeing. By empowering the children of today and working with them to make a difference in how pets are purchased, cared for and protected we are able to change the long-term well being of animals. By encouraging the sharing of information and family involvement we are able to change the attitudes that abound today that result in abandoned and abused pets.

Education is a long-term cure, however we desperately need your help today to provide shelter and a second chance to many abandoned and abused dogs. Our rescue, vetting, fostering and re-homing programs make a tremendous difference today.

Browse our web site; visit our fostering and adoption pages to see how you as a single individual can make a tremendous difference. Will you say, “Yes, I want to help”?