Fenton is a 7-8 year old male poodle and he weighs about 8 pounds! His foster mom says: "Fenton is a great dog! He is a such a love, ad just wants to be with you! In fact, the only time he is a big barker is when he is crated and just wants to be with you, other than that he isn't a "talker" at all. He is a great lap dog, as he loves to snuggle on the couch and in bed. He is very sweet, and calm. He is housetrained on a schedule, and crate trained, but is not a big fan of the crate at all. He would do great in a home without small kids, and as an only dog, or with another older companion!" Fenton is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had his teeth cleaned! He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $225.
Sugar Snap was just adopted by an amazing family who had been looking for a precious pup just like her! Congratulations Sugar Snap on your happy ending/new beginning!
Save a Dog on Death Row!
Please help us save dogs on Death Row at local Animal Controls. These are dogs that can't be adopted out directly from Animal Control, mainly for medical reasons. When they can't be adopted, they need a rescue to save them when their time runs out. These pups desperately need our help, we are their last hope!
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Florida Little Dog Rescue Group rescues dogs from all over the state of Florida, but our main focus is the Central Florida area. Our volunteers live anywhere from Tallahassee to Tampa, but almost all of our dogs are fostered in the Orlando area. We are 100% volunteer-based, which means no overhead or salary costs. Your donation is used directly for dog care. We do not receive government funds. We are entirely supported by charitable donations.
We ensure that each dog is spayed/neutered, vaccinated, tested for heartworms and other parasites, examined by a vet and treated for any known conditions prior to adoption. All known medical information is fully disclosed to new families. While awaiting adoption, the dogs live in foster homes that provide love, patience and TLC to the pups! A pup's stay in foster care could vary from several days to several weeks, depending upon the dog's conditions and needs. Unlike shelter or kennel living, fostering the pups in a home environment allows us to personally evaluate each dog for behavior and temperament issues. We are able to see how they interact and react to other animals and children, if they are house trained, like to go for walks, play ball, etc. and that makes it easier to know what type of home/family would be best suited for them!