Squeaks and Wheeks Small Animal Rescue
Sometimes The Smallest Ones Need The Most Love
Welcome to Squeaks and Wheeks Small Animal Rescue website! Weither you are here to find a new pet for your home or have made the hard decision to surrender a beloved pet, Squeaks and Wheeks is here to help. Located in southwestern Ontario Canada, our brand new rescue service will work with you to achieve the outcome that you desire.
Currently we are unable to receive any new intakes due to space limits so any surrender requests will be wait listed until space opens. Please contact the Kitchener Waterloo humane society or another organization to help you with any surrendered animals. We are open for adoptions and educational needs. Thank you for your patience.
February 22, 2019
We are pleased to announce a combined education program with Pet Valu!
We are pleased to announce that Kingsdale Animal Hospital will be accepting all our veterinary care needs!
Meet Our Team
Services Co-ordinaries & Founder
Graphic Designer and Consultant
Social Media Moderator
Foster Families, Educators & Volunteers
Dawn Haas, Ilona Sheyer-Fox,
Terra Rosenberg, Jessie Canonaco, Kimberly Olsen, Erin Boyle,
Jessii Wafer, Ashley Cayer, Amelie Lagace, Lisa Therrien, Justin Burton, Samantha Gemus, Veronica Crookall, Shawn Mercer, Jennine Blizzard, Sabrina Hayward-Scherle, Amy Sill, Beth Merryweather
To provide emergency shelter for abused, abandoned and neglected small animals. This includes female mice (unable to house male mice), hamsters, gerbils, rats, guinea pigs, skinny pigs, rabbits, ferrets and sugar gliders.
To rehabilitate sick, elderly and injured animals in our care and find loving "fur ever" homes for them.
To help the general public with hints, tips and tricks about caring for small animals and offer boarding services.
Boarding Service Form
April 20th, 2019
Promo day at Ren's Pets
Join us from 11-2
400 The Boardwalk
With our no surrender fee and no questions asked policy, we provide care for small animals who can no longer be kept by their owners for a variety of reasons. We welcome any type of leftover pet supplies at the time of surrender that you care to donate to the rescue.
Rehabilitation and Special Needs
We work to restore health to animals who have been found, surrendered or rescued from abused situations with the goal of getting them into a new home. For animals whose health cannot be restored, they will remain with a volunteer foster home and be provided hospice care services.
This also includes pregnant females, possibly pregnant females and litters.
The best part of our jobs! We will work with you to find the perfect animal to fit into your home. After being surrendered, every animal is health checked and given a new name to fit a new life! He or she will then be fostered out or kept here while waiting for the right family to come along and showcased on this website. Each adoption fee will be priced according to the individual animal’s care needs. For more information, please see the available animals section
Understanding Pet Loss
The largest downside to sharing our lives with small pets is knowing that they won’t be with us long. If you are struggling with grief after a pet loss or are unsure what to do when a pet does die, call us. We will help you do what needs to be accomplished with sympathy and understanding or just be an ear to listen.
Young male albino mouse
Loves pumpkin seeds, pieces of Timothy hay and bits of newspaper. This hyper and happy little boy is waiting for the right family.
Adoption fee: 10 dollars cdn
Elderly male guinea pig
Windsor is a fun loving senior guinea pig who comes with specific health issues and medications but has a lot of life in him and a lot of love to give!
adoption fee: 15 dollars cdn
1.5 year old female guinea pig in excellent health is looking for her new family! She loves carrots and will sing when she’s being petted.
Adoption fee: 20 dollars cdn funds and a no breeding contract needs to be signed.
Email, call or text us for surrender inquires, adoption inquires, becoming a foster home or any other general questions.
Terra Rosenberg, Babs Vittoria, Ilona Sheyer-Fox, Traci Dunbar, Karen Stoltz