Animatch boasts a centre with accommodation for a dozen dogs and a dedicated team of volunteers. West Island Blog and Animatch have come together to help find our furry friends a forever home. Please share this post to help them find a home if you can.


Trilby is a Northern girl who came to us through the Nordic Paws Project. She had a family, but they made the difficult decision to give up Trilby and her eight pups so they could receive medical treatment for demodex, a skin condition. There is no veterinary care in Waskaganish and the pups were in bad shape. Trilby will be finished looking after them in a few weeks, and will then be ready to start the next phase of her own life. She will be a blank slate needing socialization and obedience training. She is also good with dogs but not with cats. It won’t be long before this sweet, young girl has worked her way into your heart and your home.


Juniper and her five pups were brought to Animatch by the Nordic Paws Project. The pups will be heading to their new homes in a few weeks and then Juniper will be able to start her next adventure. Everything is new to her, so she’ll need socializing and obedience training. Being a Northern girl, she needs an active family that enjoys spending time outdoors. She is good with other dogs but not with cats. If you can promise to love, cherish, and commit to her for the rest of her life, fill out the form and ask for Juniper.


Animatch December 2020
Tibet is still with Animatch. He was originally an unclaimed stray, unsocialized and unpredictable. He has now spent quite some time at École de Formation des Intervenants canins du Québec. He now knows what it is to have people who have time and patience for him, and he’s ready to take the next step with an adult family. All he asks for is good food, a couple of walks every day and commitment. He’s indifferent to other dogs and would probably do better as your one and only. If you think you could give this little guy what he needs, fill out the form and ask for Tibet. Click here to read more about this little guy.

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About Animatch

Animatch has humble beginnings. It was founded in 1999 by Helen Lacroix, a busy wife and mother. Her grassroots movement started around her kitchen table. Helen credits her parents with instilling in her their love and concern for animals. Today, Animatch boasts a centre with accommodation for a dozen dogs and a dedicated team of volunteers.



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