Meet Quincy! He is a beautiful, young pittie mix who showed up as a stray at an industrial park in Miami. Thanks to a wonderful foster family, we were able to bring Quincy into the rescue so we can get him cleaned up and ready for a forever home! Quincy is in a home with other pups around his size and gets along just fine with them. He is also great with the children in his foster home, including a toddler. It turns out that Quincy is quite the water dog - he LOOOVVESS the pool! His foster mom reports that he will even race his humans from one end of the pool to the other, so if you need a new lap partner, look no further than our boy Quincy!He is a bit nervous in new situations. For example, going to the veterinarian's office is very scary and Quincy does not love it. We are working with a trainer to help him overcome his reactiveness when he is scared or uncomfortable, and he will need an understanding forever family who will continue to work with him. Overall, Quincy is a goofy, fun-loving boy and his foster mom says nothing but good things about him! If you think you can give Quincy a great home and help him be an ambassador for his breed, please fill out an application! *The application is the first step and must be completed before meeting Quincy
*Adoption fee: $175, includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations to date, heartworm testing, deworming.Foster location: Fort LauderdaleIf you are interested in adopting Quincy, please fill out the pre-adoption screening form at http://adoptadog.goodkarmapetrescue.org. If you have any questions about the dog, please email us at goodkarmapetrescue [at] gmail.com.
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