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ARK ADOPTION DAYS - Saturdays - 11am - 1pm
FloridaWild Veterinary Hospital - 115 E Euclid Ave, DeLand
We never know what pets will be at Adopt Day. Read Bio at www.ARKsaves.com; contact name under bio for pet location
VETTED: sterilized, vaccinated, and FREE Exam at FloridaWild Veterinary Hospital
I'm a real sweetheart who lived with my precious mama but she passed away and I'm heartbroken. I'm around 6, weigh about 40 pounds, and am darling, well behaved, and so quiet people don't realize I'm a dog; they think I'm just a stuffed toy lounging on the sofa.
I love to cuddle, play with squeaky toys, and use my pull rope with my human friends and dogs pulling in the opposite direction. I also do quite well on a leash, love walks, and enjoy car rides!!
I do well on a leash and want to do nothing more than love the person who adopts me. Can't ask for more than that! I'd really like to be with an older couple because they're calm and gentle.
I need to be able to take care of someone who needs me and in return I'll definitely take care of them.
ARK’s licensed dog trainer/whisperer, Jose D’Roman, with 16 years’ experience, has certified this dog to be an ESA. The certificate accompanies the dog’s adoption. Emotional Support Animals are dogs that provide comfort and support in forms of affection and companionship for an individual suffering from various mental and emotional conditions. An emotional support animal is not required to perform any specific tasks for a disability like service dogs. They are meant solely for emotional stability and unconditional love. They can assist with conditions such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder/mood disorder, panic attacks, fear/phobias, and other psychological and emotional conditions.
Emotional support dogs are protected under federal law: Under the Fair Housing Amendments Act (FHAA) and the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA), an individual who meets the proper criteria is entitled to an emotional support dog to assist them with their life. The FHAA protects individuals by allowing their emotional support dog to live with them (even when there are no pet policies in place). The ACAA protects individuals by allowing the emotional support dog to fly with them in the cabin of an airplane (without having to pay any additional fees). Any dog can be an emotional support dog, and emotional support dogs do not have to be professionally-trained.
BARK, BARK COME AND GET ME PLEASE!
If you can't find what you want at ARK go to the following:
Southeast Volusia Humane Society - 1200 S Glencoe Rd (mile east of I-95), New Smyrna; 386.428.9860; email@example.com; Mon–Sat 10- 5; Sun 10-2
Halifax Humane Society - 2364 LPGA @ I-4, Daytona; 386.274.4703; www.halifaxhumanesociety.org;
Mon–Sat 10–6; Sun 10-2
Putnam County Animal Control – 523 Reid St, Palatka; 386.329.0396; putpets.com (don’t put www); Mon–Thur 10–4; Fri 10–12; Sat 9-3
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