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Our Featured Palm Bay, FL Partner:

Tiny bug dog rescue Inc.

Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.

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WE NEED LOCAL FOSTERS!! IF YOU CAN HELP CALL US. IT NEEDS TO BE LOCAL TO PALM BAY , WHERE THEY CAN BE NEAR OUR VET.
We take in surrenders, if you can't keep your furbaby and we have room , we will take your dog in, so they don't end up at the shelter.
Brevard, or any county as long as adopter is willing to travel, and has vet references. We can also travel at times as well.
Our main goal is to find forever homes, most of our furbabies love to ride in cars, so if you travel in a motor home, please call us!
Call 321-848-8275 Susan, or 321-514-6302 Judy, you can call or text.
If you want to meet one of our dogs, and can't get hold of owner Susan by phone, call VCA village animal hospital 321-725-9770, she is at vets 7 days a week, just ask for her.

About Our Rescue Group:

My name is Susan and I'm 52 yrs old, I have been in rescue since I was in my 20's , Judy Graham is also an owner, she has always had rescue furbabies as well, she can be called and texted as well 321-514-6302., we have small dogs ! some large breeds, puppies, we take in pregnant mom dogs often as well...surrendered to us. And pull dogs from shelters in Florida so they are safe from euthanizing. We have arranged pick up from shelters in other states as well. We take in whole litters from time to time as well.
We are a 501(c)3 non- profit organization. I'm a trainer and work with special needs dogs, luxating patella , and hip displasia. We do water therapy, and enjoy seeing the great results. ALL OF OUR FURBABIES GET THIER SHOTS, MICROCHIPPED, SPAY NEUTER, BLOODWORK, FULL WELL VISIT CHECK UPS.*** when adopted they go home with food, puppies are on science diet, older dogs if on certain foods and doing well , we try to keep them on it. The foods we leave them on are grainfree foods. Grocery store dog foods with a lot of preservatives, we switch them over. We can also help holistically with seperation anxiety, nervousness, loud noises, storms.

We work with lots of people needing school hours, or community service hours as well.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Paypal.com Email for donations, Tinybugdogrescue@aol.com

Come Meet our Pets:

We have events and they are posted on our webpage when we confirm .

CALL US TO ARRANGE A MEET N GREET.. REMEMBER OUR FURBABIES ARE MOSTLY IN FOSTER HOMES.
WE DO NOT HAVE A SHELTER!!

Our Adoption Process:

We have adoption fees and a contract. We have mostly all small breeds, and because most small dogs can get hurt easily and they don't do well with small children, we adopt to more semi-retired, retired, and seniors!!
WE HAVE A SENIOR TO SENIOR PROGRAM, * you must qualify

;please note that we are completely foster based, and we will answer all emails. If you do not get a return email please call. Some say they emailed and we didn't receive the email.
We do not have a shelter, all dogs are at private fosters and volunteers homes..
We take in surrenders, as well as pull from various shelters throughout florida.and get many different breeds weekly. Including lots of purebred. All dogs will have all shots, microchipped, be put on grainfree food . spayed & neutered. We some times let new owners take them for spays and neuters and we make appt and pay for this, then they can bond with their new mom & dads.

Our adoption fees are based on what we have into the dogs and averaged. We take in senior dogs that need more care then some younger ones. When averaged out we have about $625.00 into each dog.
We have dogs we choose not to give up on. That require surgeries. Some extensive. Our fees are used to save other dogs.

PLEASE READ OUR FEE PROCESS...
Some puppies may have a different adoption fees depending on breed, medical, more or less, it depends on what we have to put into the mom and litter. As well.
Depends on what we have in the mom dogs or the litter under contract must be spayed & neutered.
$350.00 for 1 yr old - 4 yr olds
$300.00 for 5 to 7 yr olds
Bonded pairs must stay together. No exceptions
******* senior dogs with our seniors to seniors program. The rules for this is 8 plus year old dogs, to seniors as companionship.some dogs may be younger then 8, but they may need to be only pet or dog ******* We ask for some kind of monetary donation.

We love having semi retired, retired, seniors. Companion dogs for seniors. If we have 8 yr old dogs and up we work with seniors and place dogs with them at a donation based fee, you can make a donation to help, not set fees., and will help take dogs to groomer, vets as well.if local. At the new owners cost.

The vet we use is VCA village animal hospital , in palm bay florida. We adopt to people all over. But not to ones that have smaller children when it comes to our teacup and toys dogs.if you have questions please call or text 321-848-8275. Feel free to email as well, list phone number when emailing.

Our Adopted Pets:

We have helped lots of pets connect with loving and caring owners. Check out our adopted pets list!

Why should you adopt?

Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! What is the difference between adopting a dog or puppy versus getting dogs for sale or puppies for sale from a dog breeder? When someone is breeding puppies, they are creating new dogs who need homes. Some people are interested in a very specific breed of dog or puppy and they think the only way to find that specific breed is to buy a dog for sale from a puppy breeder. Yet animal shelters are filled with dogs who must find homes. So rather than buying a dog or puppy for sale from a dog breeder, we encourage people to adopt a dog or adopt a puppy at their local animal shelter, SPCA, humane society or pet rescue group.