Ruff Ruff! My name is Flora
|Breed:||Chihuahua Mix||Color:||Brown/Chocolate - With White||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5341700|
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Foster Care: Video Available! Hey, Flora here! I'm a 2 year, 3 month old spayed female Chihuahua mix. There are all kinds of guesses about what I might be mixed with - perhaps dachshund because of my long body? It doesn't really matter, though...when you get right down to it, there's no denying that I am a cutie. How could you not love my giant ears? I can be a bit cautious in the beginning, but I am very friendly, playful and loving once I'm comfortable in my surroundings. I love running zoomies around the yard and can't seem to figure out which toy I love best, so I try to play with all of them at the same time. I play really well with dogs my same size, but I'm not too sure about cats since I don't think I've met one before. If there are kids in the home, please talk to an adoption counselor for more info regarding age. I'd like to go home with people that have some prior experience with dogs, as well as the willingness (and excitement!) to take me to mandatory training. It's not a bad thing, really - I still have a lot to learn and it will certainly help us bond to learn all that stuff together. Since I’m currently in foster care I’m not at the shelter, but you can make an appointment to meet me by contacting email@example.com or 650-340-7022 ext 374 and ask for Flora, #A533302.
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PHS/SPCA, a private non-profit guided by the humane ethic, builds healthy relationships between people and animals. As an ethical choice, we accept all animals in need of care and often provide a second chance to the neediest animals: those who would otherwise be turned away at so-called “no kill” agencies that accept only highly adoptable animals. We also serve as our County’s provider of animal rescue and control services and, as such, have no control over the number of incoming animals. Our record is outstanding. Since 2003, we have adopted 100% of healthy, adoptable dogs and cats. Our definition of “healthy” is based on the State’s definition: dogs and cats without medical or behavioral issues, those that are fully weaned and social. It excludes obviously unhealthy animals (those with injuries and illnesses or those behaviorally scarred from past treatment and mistreatment) as well as unweaned kittens and feral cats. Still, donations to our Hope Program allow us to make well, then place into new homes approx. 170 animals every month. In February 2008, the Society celebrated accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) following a comprehensive review of the shelter’s veterinary program. Community education and outreach, partnerships, and a dedicated volunteer group greatly extend our mission and work. Read more at www.PHS-SPCA.org.
1450 Rollins Road
Burlingame, CA 94010
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11 am to 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday
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When a potential adopter comes into the shelter and sees an animal he or she is interested in adopting, we ask the potential adopter to first complete an Adoption Profile. Then, one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives brings the adopter and animal together in one of our Get Acquainted Rooms. There they have a quiet, private space to get to know each other better. During the visit, the customer service representative may discuss the following:
past experiences with animals and current animals in the home
lifestyle, including work schedule and the kinds of activities they plan to do with their companion animal
housing situation - own or rent, size of yard, etc.
In order to make the best match possible for a family and home, we suggest potential adopters bring along all members of the household to meet the new companion animal and bring their current dog(s) to meet a potential dog. Adopters must also be 18 or older. Again, thank you for thinking of PHS/SPCA. We hope you find the companion animal you are looking for.
PHS/SPCA reserves the right to deny adoptions. Our priorities are the health, safety and future well-being of the animals in our care and the health, safety and expectations of people who visit us with hopes of finding a pet who will match their interests, lifestyle and existing companion animal(s).