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Ivy, a Chihuahua mix

Meet Ivy! Ivy is an approximately 4- 5 year old female Chihuahua mix and she weighs about 10 pounds. Ivy arrived in rescue as part of a hoarding case, has settled into foster care and now she is now living her best life! Her foster mom says, "Ivy is very energetic and would really love to join a family with another dog as she loves the company
of other dogs, but she would be OK as an only dog as long as her humans were home most of the time. She loves loves to walk! She would be great with someone who wants a dog to walk with. She doesn’t bark at people or other dogs. She lives to chase geckos! While we have had her she has not met a cat so we don’t know how that would go. She loves her humans and wants to know where they are at all times.
She would probably do best in a home where humans are around most of the day because she has some separation anxiety. She is house trained on a schedule and we try to take her out about every two hours and has caught on well to that routine. She also will use a puppy pad if that
is her only choice at the time. A securely fenced yard would be wonderful as she is pretty small and loves to explore. Ivy can be quite vocal at times, especially when you return home and she is so
excited to see you so shared walls may not work out well. She is a sweet and loving dog and deserves a great forever home. Experience with Chihuahuas would be a plus as she can be quirky, like only
wanting to sleep under the covers." Ivy 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.

Dani, a Yorkie mix
Meet Dani!  Dani is a 6-7 year old female Yorkie mix and she weighs about 11 pounds. She arrived back in rescue after being adopted 3 years ago and sadly her family had some major medical issues and were no longer able to keep her. She has settles back into foster care nicely, but is looking for a forever family to call her own.  Her foster mom says, "Dani is a sweet and playful little dog! She loves to sleep and be wherever you are. She is very playful and loves toys! Dani enjoys the company of other dogs but seems to be a little picky. She would do best with medium to small dogs who understand boundaries. She’d be fine as an only dog. She seems curious of cats as well as a little standoffish of them. She also would not do well with little humans.  Dani seems nervous out on walks so a fenced in backyard would be very beneficial for her. Dani’s biggest fear in life is thunderstorms. 
She gets shaky and will pant and pace, but can be calmed down with some cuddles. Dani is housetrained although she has to go out frequently because of her small size and bladder. The good thing is that she is also pee pad trained! Little miss Dani can be a little escape artist and can slip out of doorways quickly. Some safety measures and precautions will probably need to be taken with her forever home to keep her safe. Dani can be a little nervous about strangers but once she gets to know you then it is all kisses and you get a shadow while you walk around your house because she will always want to be with you!" Dani 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.

Pauli, a Schnauzer
Meet Pauli! Pauli is a 1.5 year old female Schnauzer and she weighs about 12 pounds. She arrived in rescue when her previous family suffered a tragic loss and could no longer care for her. She has settled into foster care nicely, but is ready to find a forever family to call her own. Her foster mom says, "Pauli is a sweet ball of energy. She LOVES chasing down tennis balls in the backyard. She is faster than any of her foster siblings! She gets along great with other dogs. Would do best with a dog around the same age or energy level. She is housetrained on a schedule. She is not a fan of crating at all. 
At night she will either sleep in her bed or jumps up in mine and snuggles right in.She walks well on a leash, but could use some work on her manners when she sees other dogs. She gets two one mile walks a day, but could easily do more! She is vocal and does have a high pitched bark, so no shared walls!" Pauli is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped. She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $375.

Tank, a Pomeranian

Meet Tank! Tank is an 11-12 year year old male Pomeranian and he weighs about 7 pounds. He arrived in rescue after being found near a
drainage ditch and no one came forward to claim him. He has settled into foster care nicely and is ready to find a forever family to call
his own! His foster mom says, "Looks aren’t everything! Yes, Tank is adorable, but he also is a very nervous dog. He also has a collapsing trachea, right now he is just on cough medicine. He needs a quiet, calm home. He would run from me when I first got him, now he speed walks away from me sometimes. He doesn’t like you being near a door
when going in or out. He wants pets and love on his terms, he now barks at me to put him on the couch for pets and play time. He also barks when you are too slow fixing his meals. Leash walking is still a
work in progress. No loud parking lots for this boy. 


 We are still working on housetraining, if kept on a schedule, he’s does pretty well, but still a bit of a marker.He is getting used to being picked up and held. Not a huge lap dog. He can sleep in his crate with no issues, but he now sleeps on a dog bed. He is afraid of thunder and will find something to hide under. When he gets in his frisky mood, he makes me laugh, sitting on the floor playing with him is the best! He enjoys his naps.  My sweet, quirky Tank is looking for someone that can meet his needs, love and spoil him, could that be you? "

Pupdate: This little boy took awhile, but he now loves playing with me and sitting on my lap. The groomer said he was one of her best clients. He makes me laugh constantly. He has come such a long way. Tank 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 $175. 


Josie, a Corgi mix

Meet Josie! Josie is a 10 year old female Corgi mix and she weighs about 14 pounds. She arrived in foster care when her previous family could no longer care for her. She has settled into foster care nicely, but would love a forever home to call her own. Her foster mom says, "Josie is the sweetest pup I’ve fostered! She loves to cuddle and is definitely a lap dog!  She currently sleeps with me and is the happiest and most energetic in the morning when she first wakes up.  Josie loves a few minutes of “play time” before getting off the bed and starting her day. She likes to be fed right away in the morning and is definitely a foodie (don’t leave a plate of food unattended!) and picky about her dog food.  She loves walks, enjoys being outside and going for car rides.  This sweet girl is the type of dog that likes to be able to see you at all times, and does not like being left alone.  She loves playing with other dogs that she has met her size. I believe if she had another dog for company, it wouldn’t bother her so much to be left alone. Josie loves people! When a neighbor comes over or someone drops by to visit, she will bark and let you know you have a visitor.  If she hears a door bell on a tv show or commercial, she will bark and run to the door. She’s always ready for someone new to play with! 

She loves to play “fetch” with a bully stick … until she gets ready to eat it.  Josie is sensitive to sudden noises and storms make her very nervous. She usually settles down for the night around 8:30 - 9:00 and lays on the couch or floor and waits for bedtime.  I take her outside one more time for a quick potty before going to bed.  I have not been able to train her to use a pee pad, so she would need to go outside at least every 3 hours throughout the day. She will pee quickly, but the other may require more walking.  I live in a rural area where there are not a lot of dogs walked regularly, so that may make a difference.  If you have to leave the house, you may need to crate her because when she gets anxious, she will have an “accident” on the floor.  She does not like to be left alone. Otherwise, Josie is the perfect companion and has so much love to share!" Josie 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.

    Florida Little Dog Rescue Group

    A 501(c)3 Charitable Organization

    Serving the Central Florida Area

    PO Box 702364
    St. Cloud, FL 34770
    Phone: 407-279-1127
    Please note, we are not a shelter. We do not have a kennel or facility that you can visit and see all the dogs. Each dog is fostered in an individual home. We do rescue out of our private homes and in our spare time. So, you cannot come visit our dogs until you have gone through the application and interview process and we have contacted you about scheduling a visit.  We do not have set "hours" and we answer all calls and emails as quickly as we can!
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