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My name is Buddy!

Great Pyrenees/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Ocala, Florida - Buddy
Photo 1 - Great Pyrenees/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Ocala, Florida - Buddy
Photo 2 - Great Pyrenees/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Ocala, Florida - Buddy
Photo 3 - Great Pyrenees/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Ocala, Florida - Buddy
Photo 4 - Great Pyrenees/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Ocala, Florida - Buddy
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I'm being cared for by:
Quality of Life Rehab and Foster

Facts about Buddy

  • Breed: Great Pyrenees/Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
Buddy should be a therapy dog for children! This dog is AMAZING! He needs the right home! He is currently being fostered by his "grandma". His human mom couldn't keep him due to housing issues. So he went to stay with his human grandma, but he is far more than she can handle. He needs a secure fence and he needs a JOB! This beautiful soul has been breaking out of his yard and trying to live with the little boy that lives down the road from him. This little boy has leukemia and Buddy LOVES him. The family is not allowed to have pets, they rent. But they have made Buddy a bed in their garage and they love him deeply. I have a story written about Buddy, by the mother of this young boy that Buddy has "adopted". Buddy is very much a guardian. He is good with all animals, even livestock. He needs a forever home that can find him a job, keep him busy, or... protect a child! This is a rather desperate situation and we are praying for miracle for this gentle giant!
His neuter surgery is pending.
I will be uploading the photos I have from my phone very soon.

About Quality of Life Rehab and Foster

About Our Rescue Group...

Quality of Life Rehab and foster is a grass roots effort to increase the quality of life for all animals. We are especially concerned for those susceptible to entering our shelter systems and those abandoned or injured by run-ins with man. We believe it is very important to remember that an animal's quality of life must be put before it's quantity of life.

We also try to indirectly improve the quality of animals' lives by providing community outreach through education, foster, resourcing, and hands on rescue. Our rescue effort is run from our humble home. We are often unable to accept new animals simply because we are at capacity.However, that doesn't mean we won't help you find a home for your rescued animal or pet. We are happy to assist anyone willing to foster their own animal with adoption coordination and pet publicity.

We will pick up injured or orphaned wildlife and care for it until it can be taken to licensed wildlife rehabilitators, Animis Foundation, Ocala, FL.. We gladly perform snake (and reptile) removal, we LOVE reptiles and theyare NEVER harmed. Any indigenous animals we remove are relocated to an area that suits them.

We will also help with the TNR (sterilization) of feral cat populations in limited capacity . This is made possible by of Sheltering Hands, Ocala, FL..

Come Meet Our Pets...

The few foster animals we have at our home are readily available for meet and greets to meet your schedule! Some of our available pets may be fostered in their rescuer/owner's home. These people are the magic behind what we do. They have agreed not to take their animal to the shelter, and wait for someone to find the animal on this adoption site!

We are not a shelter. We are a home-based rescue and outreach. We foster a small number of various species at our home. We do our best not to take on so many as to affect the quality of life of those we care for (or our permanent residents/pets).

We happily offer to create adoption profiles for fostered pets, and ask any one who has a pet in need of placement give us time to find them suitable housing. We cannot help your pet if you have waited until the final hour to find it a home. We need time (where you "foster" your own pet) to search for a suitable forever home.

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in adopting one of our fur-babies, just drop us an email or give us a call.
We can set up a meet and greet for you and see how it goes.
Typically, our adoption fees are as follows:
Cats: $50
Dogs: $75

***Adoption fees can vary on a case by case basis. Most commonly, special needs animals or purebred animals carry higher adoption fees. This is done in an effort to discourage those that may be "adopting on impulse".