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My name is Queenie *FH*!

I'm being cared for by
Pet Rescue By Judy

Facts about me

German Shepherd Dog/Labrador Retriever
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

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

Foster update 11/22: Prince and Queenie would luv to be adopted together, but they would be happy in separate homes with owners who are home most of the day and another dog to buddy with. Queenie is a sweet girl who loves human attention!
Foster update August 2022:

Both are doing great. I've discovered they love watermelon and cooked carrots. Queenie has a stuffed squirrel I got her and she carries it everywhere...including on our walks! Prince continues to pull and act assertively to other dogs when we go on walks, but he uses a harness so I am able to control him. Prince also likes to sleep on the baseboard :) 
Foster update February 2022:
Prince and Queenie have been in their foster home for about a month now. They are living with a nice woman and her two rescued Greyhounds. They go on nice long walks every day and are getting in shape becuase of it (when they arrived they were both pretty chunky, especially Queenie). They are both good eaters and take treats very politley. Prince has been walking on a harness because he likes to pull when he walks on a leash. Though he is an older dog he still has alot of energy! Queenie is perfectly housebroken and has never had an accident. When Prince first arrived at his foster he was doing some marking in the house. His foster mom started putting a belly band on him and now only uses it when she leaves the house or when they go to sleep as he has gotten much better. 
Prince and Queenie came to us from a rescue in Puerto Rico when the rescue's owner passed away. We helped this rescues by taking in 4 cats and 2 dogs.
Prince and Queenie are sweet seniors. We don't know much about  them, but we know they would love a home of their own. They appear to be crate trained. We feel a quiet mature household would be ideal for them. Once we discover more about them, we will update their web pages. 

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
June 5, 2023, 7:39 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