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Marcus

Basenji Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Male, 1 yr 2 mos
Orlando, FL
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Marcus! This 1-year-old Terrier-Basenji blend weighs 18 lbs. Marcus is a happy, cheerful, and playful pup full of so much love to bring into an active family. General Behavior: Marcus is a young pooch with lots of puppy energy! He can often be found dashing around his foster dad's backyard, chasing after the hose, or engaging in a quick session of zoomies. He is quite the curious fella, and everything he comes across is new and exciting to him. Likes & Dislikes: This active guy loves to play, play, play all day! Whether it be with his canine or human friends, Marcus is always on the go! He enjoys playing fetch and running around outdoors, then going inside for a quality snuggle session and giving kisses. Training: As a young pup, Marcus is still working on his training skills, including his basic manners and leash walking. He has been introduced to housetraining, in which he does well when let out frequently. He will require a family that is patient and committed to working on his skills with him. Medical: Marcus is a healthy boy and will just require his monthly heartworm and flea prevention, like any other dog. Other Animals: Magnificent Marcus interacts well with other dogs. He has not been introduced to any cats, but due to his high energy level and desire to "run and chase," a home with cats would not be recommended. Children: Marcus would be best suited for a home with older children (8+) who would not easily be knocked over by this playful guy. Home: A single-family home with a secure fenced-in yard is required for Marcus. He has lots of energy and needs the space to run and exert it. Like any dog, he should never be left unattended, even in a securely fenced yard. He would benefit from an active family that is home throughout the day, who can provide him with the attention, training, and love that he deserves. Grooming: Marcus is a short-haired pup who will not require any extensive grooming. He just needs his regular baths and nail trims. Overall: Marcus is an avid fetch player who will make for a great running buddy and a cuddly companion. Are you the one for Marcus? Visit our website www.PoodleandPoochRescue.org, where you will find the application to adopt. You'll be put in contact with his foster family if it's a potential match. Marcus is up-to-date on vaccines, microchipped, heartworm negative, and neutered. His adoption donation is $375. ##1974161##
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Brutus

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Male, 2 yrs 2 mos
Orlando, FL
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Brutus! This 2-year-old Shih Tzu blend weighs approximately 16 lbs and is ready for snuggles galore!  General Behavior: Brutus is very hesitant around strangers but, given time, he bonds very closely with his person. He will soon be snuggling up on the couch and wanting nothing more than chin scratches and toys!   Likes & Dislikes:  Brutus is a huge fan of squeaky toys. He often contents himself with chewing and throwing them around, though he will be open to the occasional tug of war. He’s a smart boy who would be great at snuffle mats or puzzle toys to keep his youthful energy occupied. He is not a fan of strangers approaching him and will try to tug away from them, so slow introductions are a must.  Training:  Like many pups from hoarding situations, Brutus has never truly been on a leash. However, he is surprisingly great on one and doesn’t tug at all! He only attempts to get away when strangers approach him, so he does need to be leashed at all times and any owner must keep an eye on him and not rush him into interactions. He is also learning that shoes and other random items are not toys, so his new family should commit to continuing this training. Brutus is potty trained when let out on a schedule.  Medical: Brutus is a healthy boy! He just needs his monthly flea and heartworm preventatives. Other Animals:  Brutus would be fine as an only dog OR the sibling to a low energy pup. He needs a pup who will allow him time to get used to his new home and not rush him into playing. He is a bit overly interested in cats, so might not be a great fit for a feline who isn’t well versed in a dog best friend.  Children: Most likely, Brutus needs a home with children 12+, as he does get scared when approached too quickly or is tugged on/forced into interactions. Home: Brutus will need a single family home. He’s never known what it’s like to be alone, so he does often cry/bark when left to himself. He’s a small boy who doesn’t necessarily need a yard to run around in, though he would enjoy one if possible! Grooming: Brutus has a wiry coat that will need occasional grooms, along with nail trims and bathing.  Overall: Brutus is SUCH a love bug when finding his person and is ready to give all his cuddles to the perfect forever family Is that someone you? Brutus would love to love you! To find the application to adopt, visit our website www.PoodleandPoochRescue.org. His adoption donation is $375.            ##1996299##
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Bella

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Female, 6 yrs 7 mos
Orlando, FL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Bella! This 6-and-a-half-year-old Terrier blend weighs 25 lbs. Are you looking for a loving and loyal companion to stay by your side throughout the day? Bella is your gal! General Behavior: Bella is a happy and easygoing pooch that loves her human with all her heart! She is content as long as her human is around, and she has a comfy blanket to snooze on. She is quite gentle and laid-back, making her a wonderful addition to a loving household. Likes & Dislikes: Beautiful Bella is a huge foodie! She enjoys munching on carrots, dog treats, and dental chews. She gets excited when she sees her treats and will wiggle her butt and tail in pure glee. Bella does not like when her humans leave her at home and gets quite sad. She'd much rather spend time with her family, getting snuggles, than be alone. Training: This happy girl has good basic manners and walks well on a leash. She does well with her housetraining when let out frequently. At night, she is content sleeping in her comfy dog bed until morning. Medical: Bella is currently on medication to help control her anxiety, especially when left home alone. The cost of this medication is approximately $8 per month. She also takes daily Apoquel for allergies, costing approximately $90 per month. Aside from this, Bella is a healthy pooch that will just require her monthly heartworm and flea preventative. Other Animals: Bella very much prefers her humans over any canine friends. She would do best in a home with no other dogs. She has not been introduced to any cats at this time. Children: Bella is a gentle girl, even when playing! She would make a great addition to a family with children. Home: Bella will require a single-family home without any directly connected neighbors. Due to her frequently vocalizing her dislike for being left alone, it would be best that Bella have a family that is home more often than not, that can provide her with the love, comfort, and attention that she deserves and craves. Grooming: As a short-haired pooch, Bella will not require frequent grooming, other than regular baths and nail trims. Overall: Bella is a sweet and happy girl with so much love to give to her people. A person looking for a loyal and laid-back companion would be a perfect fit for Bella! Are you the one for Bella? Visit our website www.PoodleandPoochRescue.org where you will find the application to adopt. You’ll be put in contact with her foster family for more information if it’s a potential match. She is up to date on vaccines, microchipped, spayed, and heartworm negative. Her adoption donation is $300. ##2004148##
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Snoopy

Silky Terrier

Male, 10 yrs 2 mos
Orlando, FL
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Snoopy! This 10-year-old Silky Terrier weighs 12 lbs. Snoopy is a kissy pup who is on the search for a human who will love him just as much as he loves them. General Behavior: Snoopy is such a happy boy filled with so much love! As soon as you enter the room, he will dash to you in pure glee. While he does take some time to feel comfortable in new environments, once he is, he is easy-going and content snuggling with his human, and then returning to his comfy bed for a nap. Likes & Dislikes: Aside from quality snuggles, Snoopy loves to give kisses, especially as a “Thank You” for being given a yummy treat. He enjoys lounging around on the couch or in his bed before zooming to the kitchen for mealtime. Snoopy does not like to be left home alone, especially while he is getting comfortable with his environment. Training: Silly Snoopy is a good boy! He has great basic manners and walks well on a leash. Once settled, he does well with his housetraining when let out frequently and on a schedule. At night, Snoopy sleeps soundly in his dog bed until morning. Medical: While Snoopy doesn’t have any teeth, he is a healthy guy! He gobbles up his soft food like a champ. He does require his monthly heartworm and flea prevention like any other pooch. Other Animals: Snoopy interacts well with other dogs but prefers his human over them. He ignores his kittie foster siblings and wouldn’t mind a home with cats. Children: Snoopy has not been introduced to any children but given his laid-back and gentle demeanor, we think he would do just fine in a home with them. Home: This handsome boy will require a single-family home without directly connected neighbors. Snoopy has a loud bark and when he’s trying to tell his humans something (He’s hungry, not wanting to be left home alone, wants to go outside, etc.), he can be quite loud, and we wouldn’t want him bothering the neighbors. Grooming: As a Silky Terrier, Snoopy will require a trip to the groomer every 8 weeks or so to keep him looking spiffy. The cost of grooming for a pup of his breed and size is approximately $65+, and any potential applicants should be aware of this recurring expense. Overall: Snoopy is a goofy guy with absolutely so much love in his tiny heart. He is sure to bring happiness and joy to his forever family. Are you the one for Snoopy? Then visit our website www.PoodleandPoochRescue.org where you will find the application to adopt. You’ll be put in contact with his foster family if it’s a match. He is up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped, and neutered. His adoption donation is $325. ##1988101##
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Jagger

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Male, 1 yr 2 mos
Orlando, FL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Jagger!  This friendly terrier blend is about a year old and weighs 30 pounds.  Jagger was dumped and left to fend for himself, but now it's time for him to "rock and roll" in his new life! General Behavior: Jagger is described by his foster family as a sweet, very active and playful guy.  He truly has the “moves like Jagger”.  Just like "The Rolling Stones", this Jagger wants to be a part of the band! Likes & Dislikes: Jagger LOVES to play, especially with other dogs.  He also enjoys a good walk, although he is still trying to learn how a leash works.  He loves to romp around in the water at the lakeside to cool off but doesn’t seem to want to go for a full swim.  He is learning to play fetch and is a big fan of toys and bones. He is not a big fan of new noises and will bark, but quickly settle, when hearing them. Training: Jagger has been a total rockstar with his housetraining when let out on a regular schedule.  He has good basic manners and is learning how to walk better on a leash. In his foster home, he stays in a secure area of the house when home alone and is able to do so for several hours without issues.  He does whine a bit when his humans leave  the house but chills out quickly.  He likes to “relocate” items around the house, but rarely chews them.  Speaking of chewing, he is a great eater and not picky at all.  With focused training, Jagger should get just about anything down you want him to learn.  Medical: Jagger is healthy and will only require his monthly heartworm and flea preventative.  Other Animals: Jagger loves other dogs of any size.  The more playful, the better!  In fact, he gets super pumped playing tug-of-war with his current “foster brother” who is a Great Pyrenees mix.  Because of his energy and young age (and to prevent boredom), a home with another playful pup is required.  He is not sure about cats yet and his feelings towards them are hit or miss.  For that reason, a home without cats is probably best. Children: Jagger has done great with children of all ages. Home: For Jagger’s safety, he would be best suited in a home with a fenced yard.  He loves to chase lizards, birds or anything that moves quickly away from him.  Remember, he is still learning all about his new life.  After a day of play, this guy will crash in his dog bed, but would love sleeping in the “big human bed” where he can get great snuggles. Grooming: Jagger is a short-haired blend so will not require any elaborate grooming other than his regular bath and nail trims. Overall: Jagger would be a great addition to your home if you are looking for an all-around great pup.  Want to take him out and about?  He’s already been to farmers markets and town events where he gets lots of people gawking over how cute he is. Jagger is still a “puppy at heart” and would relish in a home filled with a patient human willing to teach him the ropes, as well as another dog to play and spend his time with.    Are you the one for Jagger? Visit our website www.PoodleandPoochRescue.org, where you will find the application to adopt. You'll be put in contact with his foster family if it's a potential match. Jagger is up to date on vaccines, microchipped, heartworm negative, and neutered. His adoption donation is $375. ##1983680##
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Iris

Pekingese Shih Tzu

Female, 2 yrs 2 mos
Orlando, FL
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Calling all laps!  This request comes straight from Iris, a sweet Pekingese/Shih Tzu blend who is about 2 years old and weighs 14 pounds.   General Behavior: Iris has been described by her foster as laid back, chill and a TOTAL LAPDOG.  She can be shy in new situations so it may take her time to become totally comfortable. Likes & Dislikes: If you have a comfortable lap, Iris will be your new best friend.  As mentioned, she is a total lapdog and will be quite content relaxing with you throughout the day.  She doesn’t seem to be big on toys, but that could always change. Iris does not like being confined to a crate.  Training: Iris is great with housetraining when let out on a regular schedule.  She has good basic manners.  While she doesn’t pull on a leash, she is not leash trained and will need to work on mastering that skill.  Medical: Iris is healthy and will only require her monthly heartworm and flea preventative.  Other Animals: Iris has done well with dogs of various sizes and should be ok with cats (she ignored the cat in her foster home).  Children: Iris has not been around young children so a home with respectable children over the age of 13 would be best for her.  Home:  Iris would be best suited in a single-family home with a securely fenced yard.  She will look for gaps in the fence, so a secure fence is important for her safety.  The fenced yard will also be a great place for her to play and work on her leash skills. Iris thinks she would be living her best life in a home where her new human companion is home more often than not.  When she does need to be left alone, she has done fine being in a secure area of the home.  After a day of lounging on your lap, Iris would love to continue getting her beauty rest in the “human bed” with her person.     Grooming: As a Pekingese/Shih Tzu blend, Iris will not require any elaborate grooming other than her regular bath and nail  Overall: It has been said “Where flowers bloom, so does hope”.  With patience and understanding, we know that Iris will bloom into a loyal and loving friend in her forever home. Are you the one for Iris? Visit our website www.PoodleandPoochRescue.org, where you will find the application to adopt. You'll be put in contact with her foster family if it's a potential match. Iris is up to date on vaccines, microchipped, heartworm negative, and spayed. Her adoption donation is $450. ##1996304##

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Endless Pawsibilities Animal Rescue

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Poodle and Pooch Rescue

Orlando, FL 32822

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Bull Terrier Rescue of Central Florida

Orlando, FL 32801

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Orange County Animal Services

2769 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839

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Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

2727 Conroy Rd, Orlando, FL 32839

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Buddies for Life, Inc.

Orlando, FL 32853

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Furever Bully Love Rescue

Orlando, FL 32807

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Zeena's Sanctuary & Pet Rescue, Inc.

Orlando, FL 32807

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Happy Trails Animal Rescue

1720 N Goldenrod Rd, Unit 8, Orlando, FL 32807

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3118 Wessex ST, Orlando, FL 32803

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