A Myakka City, FL 34251 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.
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Florida Brittany Rescue Inc. was started by Christine and Stephen Aron and became incorporated in the state of Florida on March 30th, 2012.
We are a small group of like-minded individuals who strongly believe that rescue should be all about the dogs. We are committed to making sure that all proceeds are spent on rescuing and caring for the Brittanys and Brittany mixes that we pull from the county shelters and accept from owners that have decided they can no longer keep their pet and look to us to rehome them.
The backbone of our organization is our foster families who care for and rehabilitate the rescued Brittanys. These people take often unruly and untrained dogs into their homes and give them love and attention while teaching them basic disciplines. This special consideration enables us to analyze the Brittany, prepare it for its new home and ensures that its traits are matched properly to the proposed adopter.
Usually the veterinary costs alone for a rescue dog exceed the donation we request when the dog is adopted. There is also the cost of food, treats and toys, not to mention grooming, that has historically been paid by foster homes. Florida Brittany Rescue believes that we should be able to pay all expenses incurred by these special people to ensure that we encourage them to continue their invaluable foster care.