Ruff Ruff! My name is Miss Wiggles
Miss Wiggles's Info...
|Breed:||American Pit Bull Terrier/Labrador Retriever Mix||Color:||Black||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female|
I am already spayed, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Miss Wiggles was dumped at a gas station one week away from giving birth to 7 puppies. She was the best mother in the world and took excellent care of her kids who were all adopted to new homes except for the littlest guy, Monk who is now 80 lbs. Miss Wiggles loves to play with people and other dogs, she runs and wrestles all day with her son. Miss Wiggles is house trained and has excellent manners but should not be with cats just in case. She has been abused in the past but after being here a year and a half is outgoing and loves everyone. She will alert to a stranger coming up to the property so she is a great watchdog and would loves to protect her new mommy or daddy. Miss Wiggles can scale a fence in a single bound so we installed an Invisible Fence which keeps her on the right side of the fence. Miss Wiggles would love to be the center of someone's universe. She loves to go for car rides and wants to be with her human 24/7 if possible. She is safe for children as long as they treat her lovingly. Miss Wiggles is a wonderful girl and deserves a home of her own and a family to belong to. Her son Monk needs a home too and they make a great pair and entertain themselves!
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Rescue Group Info...
Horse Protection Association of Florida (HPAF) is a 501c3 charitable equine welfare organization founded in 1990. Providing equine rescue, rehabilitation, education and adoption services. Providing assistance to law enforcement and animal agencies with cruelty investigations and the care and placement of horses. promoting and teaching horse care and humane, natural methods of training for horses.
Located in Marion County Florida between Ocala and Gainesville. Vistors are welcome by appointment and volunteers help at the farm seven days a week as well as at events. Horses available for adoption can be seen on the HPAF web site along with the adoption application.
Horses are adopted out under a contractual agreement. Horses may not be sold or given away. Each applicant must complete and adoption application and come to the HPAF farm in Micanopy to work with their potential horse.