Rescued - June 2, 2004
Adopted - August 22, 2004
Abandoned Again - April 20, 2005
Adopted - May 29, 2005
Surrendered AGAIN - AUGUST 20, 2005
Crossed the Rainbow Bridge - July 25,
7-25-06 FINAL UPDATE
Rolly's search for a forever home has come to and end. The great doglover in the sky has called him to the
Rolly recently attended a birthday party for a 17year old standard poodle. He particularly enjoyed the "cake"
prepared especially for them. Rolly is great in a social setting, and is seeking someone to protect and care for as only a
corgi can. You can see from this photo that his ear has a permanant "flop" from the surgery mentioned below. Email today if
you can help this little guy.
Rolly has come back to us once again. This time due to the caregiver not following instructions on the best
care for his weight and other problems. Rolly truly is a wonderful boy that can't seem to catch a break. He is good with other
dogs, cats, kids and would be a loyal and watchful companion for someone facing life on their own. He deserves a caregiver
that will commit to him.
Rolly has had his surgery on his ear. And in the process , has found an angel to give him the forever home
Rolly has come back to us after being picked up in front of his home by Broward Animal Control. The house
was empty with the exception of an abandoned car. The good news is he has lost some weight. The bad news he has come back
with flea anemia and a large hematoma on his right ear so large it is causing his ear to droop. If his blood levels have stabilized,
he will have surgery Tuesday to correct this and a dental while he is sedated. He is beginning to develop a cataract in 1
eye, but is a happy and active little guy none the less.
Rolly Polly is a Cardigan Corgi with a few too many pounds. Dumped on Dixie Highway in Pompano Beach,
his microchip (registered only to MDAC) gave no clue to his past. We feel he is about 4 years old. He is housetrained,
neutered and current on all vaccines. He loves other dogs and cats, but his favorite friend is a kid. He has
had no formal obedience training but is eager to learn new tricks.
Please email or call 954-650-7220 for an application
|Thrown from a moving car on Dixie Highway
|This tough little guy just kept on rollin'
Healing Oils for your Dog
Rescued March 2005
Adopted May 2005
Ebay is an active and happy 4-year old. Always readyb for a game of tennisball, a campout or just lyin' around watchin'
Ebay hits the open road.
Sometimes the perfect home is close by. Occasionally a dog is so special, that we look
beyond the boundaries of Florida for the right match. For Ebay, that turned outr to be a multi-poodle household in Dayton,
OH. We agreed that flying was not an option for a dog with Addison's, so at 4am we loaded up and headed to Chatanooga, TN.
11 hours later, we met his new mommy and they headed for home, by 9pm, he was in his new back yard, making it his own.
Ebay has been diagnosed with Addison's Disease. This condition,
though serious, is completely manageable by a monthly shot. As long as he gets his shot on schedule, you will never know there
is anything wrong with this big, brown teddy bear.
And, unlike most poodles who require monthly grooming, Ebay's coat grows
so slowly, that he will only require 3 to 4 grooms per year. The money saved in grooming will pay for the medication.
If you have room in your heart and home, call or email.
Rescued April 17, 2005
Adopted May 15, 2005
Yummie, now Jack, has the full attention of his new family in Central Florida. A summer full of dog
parks and and picnics await.
Yummie was surrendered to Broward Animal Control. He is being treated for scabies and kennel
cough. A Male, neutered Pembroke, he is an active and curious little guy. Ready for adventure at a moment's notice. Good
with cats, kids, other dogs. Likes to play tug-of-war.
If you are looking for a buddy, email or call 954-650-7220 for an adoption application.