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Posted over 2 years ago | Updated 6 hours ago

I'm being cared for by
Pet Rescue By Judy

Facts about me

Labrador Retriever/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)
White - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Alert icon Not good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with dogs
Alert icon Not good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained

My story

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Resident since 2021

Winston has been with us since 2021 after he was owner surrendered to us because he was too playful for their other dog. Winston is a very sweet and loving boy once he knows you and can really open up. 

Winston loves to play with toys and even knows how to play fetch.  He loves chew toys so a house full of them would make him so happy!   He knows the commands, sit, shake, down, stay, come, and go night -night (go into the crate).

Winston loves to run around in the yard with his buddy Zeus (who is available as well) and would love to be adopted together!  Since Winston loves every other dog even if you don't adopt Zeus with him any other dog will do!  Whoever adopts this sweet boy needs to have a 6-foot fenced backyard for him to play in so he can run off all of his energy! 

He is shy when meeting new people, so he would do best in a home with no kids.   And no cats, please!

In his time with us, we have learned that he is very food aggressive and motivated.   This motivation makes him easier to train. The food aggression/motivation can be managed with an experienced and knowledgeable owner with prior food aggression behaviors. Winston has no other behavioral problems other than with his food, so as long as you are willing to work through this with him, he is a perfect dog.  

Please know, that if you adopt Winston, and form a great loving connection with him, that does not mean that he will automatically no longer be food aggressive.  It is not personal.... it's about the food. 

 * If you are an experienced owner with prior canine food aggression background, then please fill out an application to meet him!*


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November 28, 2023, 5:55 pm

Pet Rescue By Judy

Contact info
Pet ID
401 South Laurel Avenue, Sanford, FL 32771

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

You can get full information on our pets through our website, You may then complete an online adoption application. After being processed, we will arrange a meet with the pet at our facility in Sanford. Our adoption fees for cats are generally $75-$150; for dogs $100-$350.

Go meet their pets

Although many of our pets are cared for at our facility in Sanford, many others are in private foster homes. To arrange a meet, it is best to first complete an online adoption application so that we can set up a meeting. You can access complete information on our pets plus the adoption application on our website, Meets and Adoptions are held at our Sanford Adoption Center. Please visit our facebook page, for a full listing of events where PRBJ is represented.

More about this rescue

We are a private, non-profit rescue located in Sanford, Florida, dedicated to the rescue cats and dogs. Many of them come to us with medical needs. They are doctored to the best of our ability and resources.

Our most urgent goal is to rescue animals that are abandoned or in distress, update their vaccines, and find good new homes for them. But we attempt to be more proactive than that. It is our heartfelt desire to prevent any animal from the need to be "rescued." With that vision in mind, we take a three-prong approach through the education of pet owners and the general public about:
- proper care of animals, including correct diet of good quality food, fresh clean water, daily exercise, and lots of love
- spaying and neutering companion animals (dogs and cats) in order to prevent euthanasia and over-population
- low-cost spay/neuter clinics and wellness centers in their local community