I'm being cared for by: Barky Pines Animal Rescue & Sanctuary Inc
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Guido
Breed: Chihuahua Mix
Color: Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - With Black
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
already neutered, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hi everyone it's #GuidoBPFF I am happy to meet you....I would like to share my story with you...well it all started when I wandered off one day...and I got a bad leg....it's been fractured and it really bothers me sometimes...well after I realized I was never gonna find my way back home...I was tired...all by myself...scared to death..and a kind stranger picked me up...and brought me to Animal-Care-Control-Palm-Bch-Cnty cause that's what you do when you find a stray pup...and they didn't have any info on me...I didn't have a collar with a tag...I didn't have a microchip..and I wasn't even fixed...that's not a good thing at all...and after I got processed and they did all kinds of tests on me...they saw my back leg had been fractured..well that was a huge problem...they were very very kind to me...and I didn't feel scared anymore even though they were concerned about my leg...I felt a sense of ease...knowing they were doing their very very best to help me...I let them know I was thankful by being a good boy...they had sent out an email to a few rescues...to see if anyone would be able to help them...help me...and can you guess who answered the call? Yes...it was aunt Liz...from BarkyPinesAnimalRescueSanctuary..she said yes...yes she could...and yes she would...and other day she came to ACC...and we met...my heart was very very happy to know that I would be in their care...and that they would do everything they could to help me get better and find a loving home...of my very own someday soon....yesterday I was fixed...it wasn't soo bad...considering I got a bum leg..I'm kinda used to feeling pain...aunt Liz and aunt Mary...came back to ACC yesterday afternoon and picked me...and a few other pups up..and we drove all the way out into the country...it was a beautiful ride...and knowing I wasn't alone right then...made me very very happy...well when we got to their house...I was welcomed by a few of their own little guys...who were very very nice to me...I have to stay in a crate while my leg heals...but I get time out of it to do my business and eat and stuff like that...I am truly grateful right now...to have this opportunity to be in such a loving home...with my new furry and human friends...please don't worry about me...they assured me then when I'm feeling better...that there will be someone...who will fall madly in love with me..I am super sweet and very small...and very very loveable...I promise to keep you al
The rescue of unwanted , special needs & senior dogs from our local area
Our dogs will be rehabilitated through behavioral training and therapy in a unique home like environment
The end goal is working within our community and matching these dogs with senior citizens and rehabilitation facilities
We will provide sanctuary to the severely disabled and elders, to live out their time in peace, comfort and love
Come Meet Our Pets...
at our sanctuary location . acreage green market etc
Our Adoption Process...
We require an application ( so that we can insure that we are placing the pup in a home environment that the pup will thrive .) and a home/ vet check(s) for each potential adopter. Fees , in most cases , for puppies puppies and adult dogs are $250. An adoption contract must be signed by all adult members of the household
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