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Sheila, a Chihuahua/Terrier mix
 
 
Meet Sheila! Sheila is a 1 year old female Chihuahua/Terrier mix and she weighs about 12 pounds. She arrived in rescue after she had an "oops" litter and her family could not care for all of them. She has raised her pups nicely and she is ready to find a forever family to call her own!  Her foster mom says, "Shelia is the best little mama! She cared so much for her puppies, but now it’s her turn to be someone’s forever girl. She just turned one year old on September 2nd.  If you are looking for a true companion, the definition of a “Velcro pup”, Shelia is your girl! She has been in my pack of 4 since August and gets along well with all dogs. She is house and crate trained. Still working on leash manners, but doing very well! She has not met a stranger, she loves everyone! Would be an amazing family pet, with older kids. Her sweet disposition and her willingness to please is unmeasurable. Shelia would be a very welcomed addition to any home!" She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had her teeth cleaned! Sheila is fostered in the Orlando area and her adoption donation is $300.
 
 

Kiwi, a Chihuahua/Terrier mix
 
Meet Kiwi! Kiwi is a 2 and a half month old Chihuahua/Terrier mix puppy and she weighs about 5 pounds. Her mom weighs about 12 pounds, and we expect her to stay under 25 pounds full grown, but we can't promise adult weights as Daddy didn't exactly stick around.  Guess he was worried about PupSupport, LOL! Kiwi has been raised in a loving foster home since she was 2 days old, and has thrived. She is ready to find a forever home of her own, one who is ready for all things puppy - including housetraining, leash training and socialization, and learning what to chew on and not chew. Her foster mom says, "Kiwi is little miss independent! She loves to cuddle, when she wants. All puppy with some sass! Kiwi is good with all dogs, but prefers to be one on one with her humans. 
 
Still working on house and crate training, but she is smart and eager to learn and eager to please.Kiwi would be best suited for a home without small children, as she is still learning her manners and what her teeth are for!" Kiwi is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $325.
 
 

Kylie, a Chihuahua/Terrier mix
 
Meet Kylie! Kylie is a 2 and a half month old Chihuahua/Terrier mix puppy and she weighs about 5 pounds. Her mom weighs about 12 pounds and we expect her to stay under 25 pounds full grown, but we can't promise adult weights as Daddy didn't exactly stick around. Guess he was worried about PupSupport, LOL! Kylie has been raised in a loving foster home since she was 2 days old and has thrived. She is ready to find a forever home of her own, one who is ready for all things puppy - including housetraining, leash training and socialization and learning what to chew on and not chew. 
 
Her foster mom says, "Kylie is a petite little lady. She loves to play and is a curious girl.Kylie will need a lot of supervision, as everything is a toy. She is working on house and crate training, but knows what a puppy pad is for. Sweet as the day is long, this little lady is ready to be a part of a new family. Her sweet little face speaks for itself!" Kylie is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $325.
 
 

Bodie, a Chihuahua/Terrier mix
 
Meet Bodie! Bodie is a 2 and a half month old Chihuahua/Terrier mix puppy and he weighs about 9 pounds. His mom weighs about 12 pounds and we expect him to stay under 25 pounds full grown, but we can't promise adult weights as Daddy didn't exactly stick around.  Guess he was worried about PupSupport, LOL! Bodie has been raised in a loving foster home since he was 2 days old and has thrived.
 
He is ready to find a forever home of his own, one who is ready for all things puppy - including housetraining, leash training and socialization, and learning what to chew on and not chew. His foster mom says, "Bodie! Oh Bodie! The largest of the litter with the biggest personality! If you are in need of puppy kisses, Bodie is your man. Sweet as the day is long. We are working on house and crate training, but he will need patience and understanding as he navigates all that a puppy needs to learn. He is great with all dogs, and ready to add a lot of love to your life.!" Bodie is neutered, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $325.
 
 

Mabel, a Pekingese/Japanese Chin mix
 
Meet Mabel! Mabel is a 7 year old female Pekingese/Japanese Chin mix and she weighs about 12 pounds. She was found wandering and when her owner was located, they did not want her back. She has settled nicely into foster care life, but would love a family to call her own. Her foster mom says, "If your perfect dog isn’t middle aged with one eye, ask yourself why not?! Take a look at 7 year old housetrained, leash trained, snugglebot Mabel! Able Mabel loves walks, squeaky toys and playing tug of war.  
 
She learns the layout of your home in days, and then is a scampering, demanding tiny tyrant who will inspire admiration and giggles.  She is a brave, spunky, opinionated, funny, happy go lucky pup. Mabel will need eye drops daily and she has limited vision, but in every other way, she is a perfect pet and companion. Mabel gets along with other dogs, cats, and would go best in a family with no children, or older pet savvy children because of her sight issues. She loves her human company, so a work at home or retired human would be a great fit for her." Mabel is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had her teeth cleaned! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $200.
 
 

Chloe, a Shih Tzu/Poodle mix
 
Meet Chloe! Chloe is a 13 year old Shih Tzu/Poodle mix and she weighs around 23lbs. She arrived in rescue when her elderly owner passed away and sadly the family did not want to keep her. She has settled into foster care nicely, but would love a forever home to call her own. Her foster mom says, "While she is a bit chubby and loves to eat, she is currently working on losing weight. Surprisingly, she has been picky about food.  While she is older, Chloe does not show it at all! She enjoys running to you in the morning when you wake up and call her and will give you occasional kisses. I am surprised how spunky and playful she can be after she settled in. She is housetrained and will give you signals when she really needs to go, such as walking back and forth in front of the door or even trying to jump into the bath tub. Chloe walks well on the leash and even runs the last stretch home with you.
 
During those walks when met with strangers, she has not barked at them, nor has barked a lot during her stay. She did come in with a cough but it cleared up very quickly. Chloe is not clingy and is happy to lay in her area, however cuddling and belly rubs are her favorite past times – playing with small squeaky toys occasionally too. She does well with baths and other dogs. If you have tissues or toilet paper hanging close to the floor watch out! This little lady will snatch it, tear it, and sometimes eat it. Apart from that, she's nearly perfect!  Chloe looks and feels like a little sheep and sheds very little. Won’t you give her, her last forever and loving home?" Chloe is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had her teeth cleaned. She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $200.
 
 

Levi and Cocoa, a Bonded Pair
 
Meet Levi and Cocoa!  Levi and Cocoa are a bonded pair and must be adopted together. Levi is a male Toy Poodle who weighs about 10.5 pounds and is 11 years old. Cocoa is a female Yorkie, 8 years old and she weighs about 6.5 pounds. Levi and Cocoa arrived in rescue when their previous owner passed away and no one in the family could care for them. They are doing great in foster care, but would love a forever family to call their own.  Their foster dad says, "What sweet pups! They are crated trained and share a crate. Both are used to using puppy pads when in the house but when going for a walk they both go outside. Levi is the more adventurous of the two and enjoys going out in the fenced yard and exploring. Both are extremely friendly and love attention from people.
 
Both are good watch dogs and bark when they hear something, but if you tell them to be quiet they stop. Both love going for a walk and meeting people. They do get along with dogs of all sizes but not sure how they would act around cats. Due to their size and age,  they can not be with young children but older children would not be an issue. When riding in the car they have only been crated and do well since they are together. They may not be youngsters but both have plenty of energy and love to shower on their people!" Levi and Cocoa are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and have had their teeth cleaned! They are fostered in the Orlando area, and their combined adoption donation is $375.
 
 

Lena, a Maltese/Yorkie mix
 
Meet Lena! Lena is a 5-6 year old female Maltese/Yorkie mix and she weighs about 12 pounds. She arrived in rescue after being adopted from the shelter and then returned because she "didn't adjust quick enough", even though they only had her home less than 48 hours. Lena does have a mild collapsing trachea that does not require medication, but does mean she needs to be walked on a harness, rather than a collar, and she does occasionally cough.  She has settled into foster care nicely.  Her foster mom says, "Lena is sweet and friendly to everyone! She will greet you with kisses and sit right next to you. She sleeps with her human and loves morning cuddles. She gets along with other dogs and plays nicely. Lena is not fully housetrained, but we are working on this.  
 
As of right now she does not like to do her business outside. She does a little better on a leash than a fenced yard, but still will need work. She does well in a crate, but will need someone home part of the day. Lena is quite the foodie. She knows when there is good food around. She needs to eat separately from other animals or she will help them finish theirs. Lena will also try to eat her human's food and will not give up until the food is gone.  She will talk about your food until you’re done eating! She will need some training in this area . Her fur is growing back and she is a beauty!" Lena is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had her teeth cleaned.  She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $275.
 
 

Barney, a Jack Russell Terrier mix
 
Meet Barney! Barney is a 3 year old male Jack Russell Terrier mix and he weighs about 9 pounds. He arrived in foster care after a stay at the shelter when his previous family could no longer care for him. He is ready to find a forever family to call his own! His foster family says, "Barney is a pup with the energy and spunk of a Jack Russel Terrier. He is quite the character! He is well behaved and very energetic, but not so much that he wears you out. He loves to run, jump (very high) and play with both humans and dogs (big and small), and can cohabitate with cats, although his experience with them is very limited. Although crate trained, he may have an accident in the crate if left for too long. If there are other dogs nearby while he is in the crate, he won’t whine as much. We enjoy how excited he is to see you at any point in the day. And now Barney would like to say a few words…
Hi all, my name is Barney and I am just the sweetest bundle of energy, if I may say so myself. I am not a trouble maker but if your home has dogs, I tend to mark my territory the first day or so. I do go outside for potty breaks often (3-5 times daily) because my bladder is so tiny. Usually, my last potty break is at 9-10pm and first thing in the morning. 
 
Though I am an inside dog, I love being in the grass and laying out in the sun with you close by. My foster mum tells me I’m a shadow because I like to follow her around, but I do it because I enjoy your company and your presence comforts me. I will be your best friend and great company! I do not chew, and will play with the occasional toy, but the game I enjoy most is when I try to ‘attack’ any movement under the blankets; I could do that for hours! Sometimes my foster mum will say ‘ouch’ and I stop. I sleep on the bed, but take up very little space and I promise, I do not kick, scratch, or hog the covers. I don’t know any tricks, but sometimes I will obey the ‘sit’ and ‘stay’ commands, however, I am stubborn and ask that you remain patient with me. A fenced in yard (no gaps anywhere) is best for me since I may try and escape to explore and get lost trying to find my way back to you. Lastly, I enjoy car rides, especially with the wind blowing on me. I’ll sit or stand quietly and won’t be a bother. Will you be my new family?" Barney is neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, heartworm negative and has had his teeth cleaned. He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $300.
 
 

Schotzie, a Beagle/Hound mix
 
Meet loveable Schotzie!   Schotzie is a very sweet, 9-10 month old female pup and she currently weighs about 35 pounds. Our veterinary experts concur that there’s a lot of small Hound in her heritage, but we don’t know about the rest.  Some ancestor(s) passed on the high curled tail, black and tan markings and soft triangle drop ears.  About knee high, she is nearly but not yet full grown and is projected to be a couple of inches taller and forty-something pounds full grown, but we can’t know for certain.  This cute girl is energetic and somewhere between puppy innocence and rowdy adolescent on a mission.  Currently her missions are hunting lizards, finding lost items outdoors, vaulting baby gates, playing with chew and squeaky toys, and wearing out her older, smaller playmates.  You hopefully have a job in mind for her like hiking or running buddy, agility dog, or other high-energy companion pursuit.  Ok, maybe lots of walks and outdoor romping.  Please keep in mind that at 10 months she is still a puppy in many ways, with all the antics and puppy issues that come with that stage.  And since she has a predominantly hunting dog heritage, she can go all day.  Energetic people and an active lifestyle are a match for this sweet girl.  A fenced back yard is a must, as is someone who is home more often than not.  
 
Schotzie is dog social and has been very pleasant around our dogs, all who are smaller and older.  She is sometimes too rambunctious for them as well as being bigger, so a youngish and energetic companion of her own size would be best. Tiny dogs and cats are not recommended.  Schotzie’s temperament is very nice:  affectionate, attentive, and friendly! She has a big bark but is not very barky overall. Though nice, at this stage she is bouncy, nosey and a bundle of energy.  She is very trainable and is beginning to learn her basic commands including sit and down.  She’s pretty good at leash walking too.  More house experience, socialization, and patient training is  needed to reinforce her calm and obedient side.  She is crate trained and will let you know when she needs to go out. She should not be over crated!!  But needs frequent outdoor time and exercise to positively direct her energy. For this reason, someone must be home more often than not.  She is learning to settle but is not ready to have the run of the house unsupervised, nor should she be crated for more than an hour or two (or three) at a time other than for overnight.  Here she sleeps quietly through the night in her enclosure or in bed with us. Her adopter should understand that Schotzie is at the adolescent stage and be willing to offer interaction, training time and lots of exercise opportunities.  She is really adorable and has been so happy and grateful to have a kind, inside place to be.  We just love her! Schotzie is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $300.
 
 

KhloeBella, a Yorkie mix
 
Meet KhloeBella! KhloeBella is an 8- 10 year old, female Yorkie mix and she weighs about 8 pounds. She arrived in rescue after arriving at animal services with a cut on her leg. It has healed and she is ready to being to look for a family to call her own. Her foster mom says, "This sweet little girl loves to go on walks … the longer, the better! She is not much of a cuddler and not a licker, but wants to be close to you and able to see you when you are home. She does have a habit of licking her paws or her hip area, not sure if it’s allergies or habit or anxiety. KhloeBella is a very social girl and loves people!  She will bark when someone comes over (tail wagging the whole time), but stops as soon as they start petting her.  If we pass someone while out on a walk, she’ll go right up to them without barking.  I live in a rural area and have only come across one person walking a much larger dog, she was not a fan!  I’m not sure if she would have acted the same way if it were a smaller dog more her size.  I do know when she saw a cat in neighborhood, she did try and chase it, so no cats please!  KhloeBella absolutely loves belly rubs, back rubs, body rubs, and head rubs!  She is really good with her baths and like most dogs, goes crazy running around afterwards. 
 
I have a fairly large crate for her, but seldom close the door.  She prefers laying on a blanket rather than a pillow, and takes little short naps throughout the day when we are not outside on the porch.  On the porch, she loves to chase lizards and watch the squirrels and birds in my yard. I have always slept with my dogs, but being a foster parent, I am not doing it because I do not know if her furever home owner will be doing it.  I have a feeling Khloe would love it, but seems to be fine sleeping in her crate on her blanket.  I even put a pillow on the floor in my room, but she preferred the blanket in her crate.  KhloeBella has no interest in little stuffed toys or chasing balls, but she likes the harder chew treats. I also have other treats I give her off and on throughout the day and have taught her to sit. She is really smart!  KhloeBella is very sensitive and truly a sweetheart! Her sweet face and long eyelashes will win you over instantly! My wish is for her to find a furever home where the owner is home more often than not, that is what is best for her." KhloeBella is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had her teeth cleaned! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $300.
 
 

Champ, a Yorkie/Poodle mix
 
Meet Champ! Champ is a 10 month old male Yorkie/Poodle mix and he weighs about 12 pounds. He arrived in rescue when he was simply too much for his previous owner to manage. He has settled into foster care well and is ready to find a young, active family to call his own! His foster mom says, "Champ is an adorable and still very puppy bundle of wiggly affection. He came from a very senior home that wasn’t suitable for a puppy so he’s looking for puppy people! He loves everyone and everything. He thinks the world is one big playground, that all people are potential playmates, and that every object is toy potential! He has a big bark for such a little guy and sometimes surprises himself!  
 
Everything about him is just too cute and loveable. Champ weighs 12 pounds now but has a bit to grow. He should stay under 15 pounds full grown. Be aware that he’s  still in the puppy stage of life including chewing, romping, and finishing potty and other training so the lucky adopter should be prepared for all that goes along with it.  Champ is crate trained and sleeps through the night in his crate near his humans or in bed with them. He wants to have you in view and objects to being left alone, so no shared walls (apartments, condos, etc).  Champ would also benefit from having a young, playful furfriend in his forever home, but would annoy senior ones.  He has a sporty cut at the moment but can grow a lot of long coat and will need regular grooming. He is a sweet and wonderful dog! He’s just a babyish boy looking for his forever family." Champ is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped!  He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $350.
 
 

Satchel, a Schnauzer
 

Meet Satchel! Satchel is a 10 year old male Schnuazer and he weighs about 30 pounds. He arrived in rescue when his mom passed away and no one in the family was able to care for him. He has settled into foster care nicely, but would love a family to call his own again! His foster dad says, "Satchel is full of life and has lots of love to share! He is crate trained, walks well on a leash and is housetrained on a schedule. If you ask if he wants to go out, he’ll let you know. 

 
He’s a pretty quiet guy that would prefer to be the only dog, even though he gets along with dogs of all sizes.  He would love to have a quiet life where he could be the center of attention. He loves attention and to just be with you. He has not been around small children or cats. Satchel's a lover that deserves a loving home and family!" Satchel 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 $275.
 
 

Charlie and Missy, a Bonded Pair
 
Meet Charlie and Missy!  They are a very bonded duo, and are looking for a forever home together, as they can not (and will not) be separated! Charlie is a 9 year old male Pug and he weighs about 19 pounds. Missy is a 9 year old female Chihuahua mix and she weighs about 9 pounds. They arrived in rescue when their previous family could no longer care for them. They have settled into their foster home and are doing well, but would love a forever family of their own. Their foster mom says, "We were told that these two have been together for nine years and were doted on by their human.  These two are two peas in a pod – they eat together, sleep together, go wandering through the yard together – they pretty much do everything together and they don’t like to be apart. Foster Dad says they always make him feel great when he comes home as they run up to greet him with wagging tails and smiling faces. You feel the love as they jockey for position to get the next petting, looking up with those loving eyes. Missy has a perpetual smile on that pretty face.  When they came in to our family they had just been to the vet and had a dental that same day.  Charlie lost quite a few teeth and will remain on soft foods.  That doesn’t seem to be much different than the diet he had been on as it seems like both of them may have been hand or spoon-fed people food.  Missy can be a tad pickier, the first few days of soft dog food she wouldn’t eat unless fed by spoon. She can turn her nose up and let you know very quickly what she thinks about something.  They have now adjusted to the soft dog food with some baked chicken added every few days as a reward for how great they are doing.  Both had a bit of weight to lose, have done a tremendous job losing that weight in a short period of time and have become more active. 
 
I feed them smaller portions several times a day and provide broken up soft treats as reward for their great behavior.  Both Charlie and Missy get along well with the other pups in the house, but prefer to be by themselves.  When given the chance they curl up with each other away from the others.  The place they would rather be is snuggled up next to their human. They look to their human and you just know they want to be next to you. They willingly go into carriers and crates.  Neither pup is fully housetrained and they do not really understand a puppy pad, but are good at alerting when they need to go out.  They would do well with someone at home to let them out, as needed and with some time I they should do much better.  They were great in the yard, aware of the pool, and friendly to everyone they’ve met.  They do really well on a leash.  They were comfortable in a carrier, but preferred to be together in one. They share their food and treats back and forth without issue, but another pup may not get the same treatment where food is concerned.  Both love to be petted, brushed, loved on in any way and in return they will adore you.  They live to be by your side. I would bet they would be up on the bed with you, if given the chance – they want to be where their human is. They were not around cats or children to know how they would react, but small children would likely not be a good fit.  They are fully aware of noises and movement in the yard and can loudly proclaim their concern.  At times, a shared fence line with a neighboring puppy would become quite the ruckus.  Are you the right human for these two?  They are easy to take care of, full of love, and provide endless entertainment." Charlie and Missy are spayed and neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and have had their teeth cleaned. They are fostered in the Orlando area, and their combined adoption donation is $500.
 
 

Jessie, a Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix
 
Meet Jessie! Jessie is a 12-13 week old Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix and she currently weighs about 7 pounds. We estimate she should be between 40-60 pounds full grown, but we can not promise that. Jessie is part of an "accidental litter" that was surrendered to animal control (without mom) at under 8 weeks old, so they asked for them to please come into rescue. They have been since in a loving foster home and are working on learning to become great family members! 
 
Jessie will need a family willing to continue to work on puppy life skills like housetraining, walking on a leash, socialization with other dogs and humans, and learning that flip flops are for feet, not food!Jessie's foster mom says, "Jessie is the smallest in her litter, but she makes up for that by boisterously playing with her littermates and has no issues protecting her food or toys from them, which is something we are working on. She does like to play, but also is found curled up watching her littermates play, when they get too rough. Jessie loves to cuddle and would like to be held all day if possible. She is puppy pad trained." Jessie is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $300. 
 
 

Julie, a Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix
 
Meet Julie! Julie is a 12-13 week old Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix and she currently weighs about 7 pounds. We estimate she should be between 40-60 pounds full grown, but we can not promise that. Julie is part of an "accidental litter" that was surrendered to animal control (without mom) at under 8 weeks old, so they asked for them to please come into rescue. 
 
 They have been since in a loving foster home, and are working on learning to become great family members!Julie's foster mom says, "Julie is an energetic, outspoken pup. She is most happy playing hard, with her littermates, then snuggling in your arms. She likes to see where you are and will let you know loudly if she feels you have moved too far away. Julie is also the instigator, always the first to initiate play. She is puppy pad trained." Julie is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $300.
 
 

Mitch, a Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix
 
Meet Mitch! Mitch is a 12-13 week old Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix and he currently weighs about 7 pounds. We estimate he should be between 40-60 pounds full grown, but we can not promise that. Mitch is part of an "accidental litter" that was surrendered to animal control (without mom) at under 8 weeks old, so they asked for them to please come into rescue. They have been since in a loving foster home, and are working on learning to become great family members!
 
Mitch will need a family willing to continue to work on puppy life skills like housetraining, walking on a leash, socialization with other dogs and humans, and learning that flip flops are for feet, not food! Mitch's foster mom says, "Mitch is a laidback pup. He likes to play with his littermates, but equally apt to just chill out and watch them play, while chewing on a teething toy. Mitch is an explorer and doesn't talk much, silently and slyly trying to get out of his enclosure to go explore. Mitch is puppy pad trained." Mitch is neutered, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $300.
 
 

Mike, a Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix
 
Meet Mike! Mike is a 12-13 week old Lab/Hound/Bulldog mix and he currently weighs about 7 pounds. We estimate he should be between 40-60 pounds full grown, but we can not promise that. Mike is part of an "accidental litter" that was surrendered to animal control (without mom) at under 8 weeks old, so they asked for them to please come into rescue. They have been since in a loving foster home, and are working on learning to become great family members! 
 
Mike will need a family willing to continue to work on puppy life skills like housetraining, walking on a leash, socialization with other dogs and humans, and learning that flip flops are for feet, not food! Mike's foster mom says, "Mike is a playful pup, with a bent towards exploring. He is an escape artist, always looking to get to what he deems is the next place to be. Mike also likes to chew on anything he can find, his crate, his bed, the puppy pads, then lastly the toys. He will need to be kept in a very safe place and under watchful eye, as he learns what is acceptable to chew on and what isn’t. Mike is puppy pad trained." He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. Mike is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $300.
 
 

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