Hi, My name is C.J. I had a wonderful home but my family fell on hard times. They said that they had to make some tough decisions. I couldn't believe it when that decision was me. You see they took me for a ride and left me behind. None of my toys came along. I don't know what happened to my bed either. They didn't even kiss me goodbye or cry. They just handed my leash over to the rescue people and said something about forclosure. I don't know what forclosure is but I promise I'll never do it again. Please give me a chance to join your family. I'll do my best to make you happy and proud of me. The rescue people are helping me wait for you. . If you are interested in adopting her please call 407-797-7800
We feel that everyone ( including our dogs) deserve a home where they are loved and cared for. We believe that there is a home for every dog. Some dogs are difficult to place and thanks to your donations we are able to care for them as long as it takes. At this time our longest resident has been with us for over 5 yrs. She is LuLu and she is free to the right home (no other pets)(she loves people). Vet references are required for LuLu. Why do we do it? Because in needs to be done.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our dogs are available to meet with you by appointment from 10 am to 7 pm daily. This of course is done in conjunction with their foster Mom/Dad's schedule. Call Jerry @ 407 797 7800 to make an appointment.
Our Adoption Process...
We strive to find the right dog for the right family. Adoption Fees vary from pet to pet. We receive no government funding and your adoption donations are used to help us care for the animals. Your donations also provide funding to bring animals in from kill shelters.
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