The CRD Animal Shelter has wonderful pets waiting to be welcomed into a good home. If you are looking to adopt a new best friend, please visit the Shelter or fill out an application for one of the animals listed for adoption.

Dogs for Adoption

We currently have no dogs available for adoption. Please check back!

Cats for Adoption

Meet Sailor!sailor He is a young, neutered, male exotic mix Polydactyl cat. He is super chatty with a big voice and lots of presence to go along with it. He is a big fella at a lean 5.8 kg. He is super friendly and affectionate for someone wanting something a bit different. Sailor would likely be best suited to a home without small children.

Other Animals for Adoption

Myramyra is just hanging out waiting for a new family. She is a young, spayed, female ferret and would love a home with another companion to romp and play with. If you have never owned a ferret please do your research! These lovable little bandits are not for everyone.

Thank You

A great big 'Thank you' to My Best Friend, Pet Photography for kindly donating her time to take photos of the animals at the CRD Animal Shelter.

Where else can I look for pets?

Hours & Location

5401 Pat Bay Highway (three driveways past the Weigh Scale across from Elk Lake).

Viewing Times

1 – 4pm Monday to Saturday. The Shelter is not open on Sundays and holidays.

Contact

Tel: 250.658.5745
Email

We are very busy taking care of the animals in the Shelter. If you don’t reach a live person by phone, please leave a message and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience.

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Petiquette

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Considering adoption?

Please review our Adoption Policy.

Searching for a lost animal?

What to do when you've lost your pet.

Interested in promoting responsible pet ownership?

Check out Citizen Canine, a Victoria area group focused on advocacy, public education, and canine community building.