already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
Emma Rose's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
Emma Rose's Story...
Emma Rose's Story...
Hi Friends my name is Emma Rose. I am a 8 year old Wheaten Terrier mix and weigh 27lbs. I was found living in an abandon construction site eating any food I can find and in deplorable condition. Many of my teeth are chipped the vet believes they are chipped because I was trying to eat rocks. I am so grateful I was finally rescued and brought to P2CC. My past is all behind me now and all I want is to be part of a loving home. I am an amazing girl eager to love and be loved. Please email Ana at email@example.com
Each year, more than 50,000 abandoned pets are destroyed in South Florida. Many would have been loving members of a family if only they'd found a home. Paws2Care Coalition reduces the senseless killing of these loving creatures by protecting, rescuing, and offering medical care to abandoned, neglected or homeless pets. We promote spaying and neutering, and pet adoption as better alternatives to breeding and shopping.
Come Meet Our Pets...
6219 johnson street Hollywood, FL 33024
No appointment necessary. We are open from 3pm-7:30pm Monday-Friday. We also have weekly adoption events at Petsmart in Pembroke Pines on Saturdays and twice a month at the Plantation store. Feel free to text 305-525-3297 to confirm events. We are closed on major holidays.
Our Adoption Process...
You must be over age 25 to adopt a pet from Paws 2 Care Coalition. Adoption Fee: $200
You must complete an adoption application if you are interested in adopting a pet from Paws2Care Coalition. http://www.paws2carecoalition.org/adoptionapplication.html We will work on your application only after you have met the pet. Our application usually takes 3-5 Business days. Once approved we will contact you for a home visit and take your new fur-baby home.
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