Cash - North Miami Beach, FL (10/17/20 still avail)
Meet Cash! Cash is a 10 yr old female spayed American Bulldog who weighs in at 76 lbs. Due to her age, Cash might do best in a home without young kids. She is fully housebroken and looking for a quiet home where she can share all the love she has to give.
From Cash: Hello there!! My name is Cash! Yep, Cash- having me in the family is like picking up a winning lotto ticket; I'm THAT good! I am very loving, but also like getting love back. When I want some attention, or scratches, I like to use my paws to kindly ask you to please pet and scratch me! I have a motto,"You Only Live Once!" or YOLO! I figure, if I want scratches, I'm gonna ask.... I am a senior girl and am pretty laid-back ... but every once in a while I get a lil pep in my step (especially if there are some fun toys around; hint, hint)
Since I'm older, I can't be around those young hipster dogs with lots of energy, barking all over- I just don't get the younger generation! My foster family says I'm just a very calm, sweet girl. I want to be around people who can give me the attention I deserve; people who can love me endlessly YOLO I know I will bring endless love and laughter into the right home. I hope to meet you soon! Cash is spayed, up to date on her shots, micro chipped, and house trained.
For more information contact Cheryl Morris 863-272-4666 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pink - Homestead, FL
This smiling girl is Pink! She is about 5 yrs old, weighs 50 lbs, and is a female spayed Boxer/American Bulldog mix.
Sadly, Pink has been in her rescue for a few years. She is good with some dogs but not all. Not good with cats and can be too energetic with small children so we prefer a home with older children.
She is very sweet and loving! She was found a few years back collapsed next to someone’s house from heat exhaustion. She gets overheated when outside too long, must be an indoor dog!
We’ve had a hard time placing her due to the fact that she MUST be on Hydrolyzed Protein Dog Food. We’ve run all sorts of tests on her and there looks to be nothing wrong but when she isn’t on this type of dog food, she loses a ton of weight. The dog food she is on costs about $90-95 per 25.3lb bag on Chewy.com. It lasts for about a month but finding someone that can financially handle that is difficult.
We are hoping that there is a home out there for her but we have yet to find on for Pink. If anyone isn interest they can fill out our adoption application or email us with any questions they may have. Our adoption application is in the link below: https://form.jotform.us/81468545084161
Hope only - Lynn Haven, FL (10/16/20 still avail)
These beautiful girls are Hope and Faith. Hope and Faith are nearly 2 year old, 65 lbs, spayed female Presa Canario/English Mastiff Mixes.
These beauties were found dumped in a neighborhood in the Panhandle of Florida. They were taken to a shelter where they would have been euthanized as they were suspected to have megaesophagus, a congenital condition where their esophagus does not work normally to bring the food into their stomachs. The shelter wanted to help them and contacted our rescue to save them when they were 5 months old. We immediately got them to a vet who confirmed the diagnosis. After a short learning curve, they began to thrive. They eat their meals in their Bailey Chairs and spend about 30 minutes upright after feeding.
They are on the small side as their condition delayed their growth. Faith is the more docile of the two girls but is a well balanced pup and enjoys cuddling other dogs and her people. Hope is a sweet, fun, loving and protective girl.
Their condition is well managed as they are on a raw diet and seem to have little to no regurgitation as long as it it maintained. They do not drink water, but love ice cubes and Knox blox for hydration. These girls love to play and just be regular dogs.
They get along well with dogs of all sizes and are currently fostered with 9 dogs and a cat. Hope is protective of her sister but is a well balanced pup and enjoys cuddling other dogs and her people. They kennel together at night and cannot be away from each other. Having said that they must be adopted together. We understand this is a tall order, but want the very best placement for the girls and we feel they must be adopted together to remain happy and healthy. Honestly, you could not ask for more loving, sweet puppies. They are just wonderful!
For more information: Qhcc.email@example.com.