Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Atlanta, GA - Diamond, a year old Vizsla mix needs a home (so do her remaining puppies)

This sweet girl only wants to love and be loved. She is a devoted companion, but her family cannot care for her. Her owners have agreed to let her go if we can find an awesome home for her. She has spent most of her life tied up outside. Despite only being a year old, she has had 2 litters of 11 puppies. She has finally been spayed and she deserves to be a family pet. We want her to be happy and loved for the rest of her life. 

A teen was keeping Diamond, her 11 puppies that were only 2 weeks old, and the father dog, Uno, in an abandoned house (photo attached). Atlanta Bully Rescue agreed to temporarily take in mom and the pups while the family looked for a home that would allow dogs. The deal was they all had to be spayed/neutered before being returned to the family. Uno was neutered as well and a local nonprofit will be building a fence for him on the 16th (if you would like to volunteer at the fence build in Atlanta or contribute, please let us know and we will get you in touch with the organization). The teen has since been interning with us and at the last minute decided he wanted the puppies to be adopted out through Atlanta Bully Rescue. They took Diamond back, but they still haven't found a home to move to and it doesn't look like that will happen anytime soon, so Diamond is living in their family member's backyard.

After caring for Diamond for almost 2 months, it's devastating to know she is being kept this way. She is the sweetest, most affectionate dog. She loves everybody and just wants to be by your side. She is house and crate trained. She gets along with male dogs, but we haven't tested her with female dogs. She wants to chase cats. She has been spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, and microchipped. She looks like a Vizsla/APBT mix. She's about a year old and weighs 40 lbs. 

Please help us spread the word about her by forwarding this email, so we can find her a home ASAP. If anyone is interested in adopting Diamond or one of her puppies, please email AnimalRescueAssistance@gmail.com for an application. You can also share her photo on our Facebook pg: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=343524249031593&set=a.343523909031627.96562.110629325654421&type=3&theater

It has been very costly caring for Diamond and her 11 pups. Seven of the puppies are still in foster homes up for adoption, if you would like to make a tax deductible donation towards their care, you can do so here: http://www.animalrescueassistance.org/Donations.html
We have a fundraiser coming up on June 24th, Carni-Bull: http://www.facebook.com/events/234009616706093/



We are also always trying to get the word out about Sadie who has been up for adoption for 2 years: http://www.facebook.com/pages/My-name-is-Sadie-Ive-been-looking-for-my-forever-home-for-over-2-years/355031421183226

Volunteers needed to hold dogs at Petsmart this Sunday (June 3)

Hi all,

Sarasota County Animal Services is PACKED !
I will be taking 3-4 dogs to Petsmart THIS Sunday, June 3rd 11-3:30.

Please let me know if you can help hold dogs.
 
Thanks,
Carolyn, SDA
 

Tavares, FL~VERY URGENT~Female Bulldog "Dixie"

NOTE:  If anyone would like to foster Dixie, you can do it through American Bulldog Rescue.  If interested please contact Carey at:hhicarey@yahoo.com

EVEN IF YOU CAN'T RESCUE/ADOPT, PLEASE SHARE 
***PLEASE CONSIDER EVERYONE URGENT, IF YOU CAN HELP PLEASE DON'T WAIT AS TIME IS ALWAYS LIMITED***


LOCATED AT LAKE COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES (TAVARES, FL)
***PLEASE NOTE***
FOR ALL RESCUE GROUP INQUIRIES/OFFERS PLEASE CONTACT DENISE (EMAILS ARE PREFERRED):williams.denise022@gmail.com (gmail.com) OR 352-636-3740
FOR ALL ADOPTION INQUIRIES/QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE SHELTER DIRECTLY AT: 352-343-9688 MONDAY-FRIDAY FROM 10-4 OR PLEASE VISIT IN PERSON MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-6 AND SATURDAY 10-4 (THE SHELTER IS CLOSED THE 3RD SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH)

VERY URGENT...PLEASE IF YOU CAN HELP DON'T WAIT!!!  SHELTER IS FULL.Reference #: D-2012-3273
Name: DIXIE SUITE# 43 B ID# 135
Breed: Bulldog Purebred
Age: 4 to 5 Year(s)
Gender: Female
Received: 5/16/2012
Altered: No

Naples, FL - Two wonderful, female Pitbulls in Need of Adoption or Rescue ASAP

These two absolutely wonderful Pitbulls need adoption and/or rescue ASAP from 

Collier County DAS located at:  7610 Davis Blvd, Naples, FL     (239) 252-7387

Daphne:  #A154756.  Daphne is very sweet, mellow, well socialized, a lot of dog in a little body, loves belly rubs and knows basic commands.
Female, 2 yrs old, spayed, current on vacc & microchipped.  Daphne is pictured first in attachments.


Coco:  #A151504.  Coco is "sexy and she knows it"  she prances and holds her head high.  Very well socialized, knows basic commands, listens & wants to please.
Female, 2 yrs old, spayed, current on vacc & microchipped.  Coco is pictured second in attachments.


Time of course is of the essence with both.

Thank you for sharing and these two beauties are posted on our Fb page below if you would like to "share"

Miami, FL - Maggie- Bully Mix - 5 months old - need foster or forever home

Good evening to everyone,
I need your help in networking this sweet puppy. Her name is Maggie.

She was rescued a little over a month ago from the Redlands area. We found her roaming out of our shelter and she's been in a kennel since then.

She is about 5 months old now and she is in desperate need of a home now. We labeled her as a terrier mix (pitbull mix) and due to continuous (surprise) visits from MDAS we need to get her out ASAP since we might get a ticket if they consider her as a pitbull mix. She has all the shots and will be spayed prior to going to a foster/forever home (whichever comes first).

She is in a desperate need of a house with a backyard or at least a place where she can play and run. She is very sweet but very energetic and needs to get out of that cage soon!!!!!

Here I am including a few pictures of her (a couple of weeks old) and if you need more details or to meet Maggie, please contact me ASAP.

Many thanks in advance for any help/networking/referral you can provide!!!


Lorena Marani
K9 for Love Inc
~Non profit Dog Rescue Organization~
"Where Dogs Come First'
www.facebook.com/k9forloverescue
www.k9forlove.net

Tavares, FL~URGENT, SHELTER FULL~32 Pups/Dogs (25 New)


EVEN IF YOU CAN'T RESCUE/ADOPT, PLEASE SHARE 
***PLEASE CONSIDER EVERYONE URGENT, IF YOU CAN HELP PLEASE DON'T WAIT AS TIME IS ALWAYS LIMITED***

LOCATED AT LAKE COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES (TAVARES, FL)
***PLEASE NOTE***
FOR ALL RESCUE GROUP INQUIRIES/OFFERS PLEASE CONTACT DENISE (EMAILS ARE PREFERRED):williams.denise022@gmail.com (gmail.com) OR 352-636-3740
FOR ALL ADOPTION INQUIRIES/QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE SHELTER DIRECTLY AT: 352-343-9688MONDAY-FRIDAY FROM 10-4 OR PLEASE VISIT IN PERSON MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-6 AND SATURDAY 10-4 (THE SHELTER IS CLOSED THE 3RD SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH)
**PLEASE READ THIS** ALL THE DOGS LISTED BELOW ARE POSTED ON FACEBOOK IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE FOR THEM OR SEE THEIR PICTURES LARGER AND UNALTERED (I HAVE TO REDUCE SIZE & LIGHTEN FOR MASS EMAILS)...JUST CLICK THE LINK....THANK YOU.


IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE OR SPONSOR FOR ANY DOG POSTED PLEASE EMAIL DENISE
THANK YOU,
MELINDA

 
 
 
 

Reference #: D-2012-3273
Name: DIXIE SUITE# 43 B ID# 135
Breed: Bulldog Purebred
Age: 4 to 5 Year(s)
Gender: Female
Received: 5/16/2012
Altered: No

CAGE 89.......HOUND, 3 YRS OLD, FEMALE
 
CAGE 83......"CIRCUIT" LAB MIX, MALE, 8-10 MONTHS OLD, GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS AND KIDS
 
CAGE 64A......LAB CHOW MIX, MALE, 3 YRS OLD
FOR RESCUE GROUP ONLY
OWNER SURRENDER: KAISER......ENGLISH MASTIFF, 4 YRS OLD MALE
 
FOR RESCUE GROUP ONLY
OWNER SURRENDER: HONEYBEAR........BOXER, 2 YRS OLD FEMALE
 
OWNER SURRENDER: CAGE 68B........PIT, FEMALE, 8 YRS OLD
 
CAGE 82....LAB MIX, FEMALE, 2-3 YRS OLD
CAGE 86......HOUND MIX......3 YRS OLD, NEUTERED MALE
 
CAGE 58.......HOUND MIX PUP, 10 WEEKS OLD, FEMALE, MINOR SKIN ISSUES
 
CAGE 60........JRT, 2-3 YRS OLD, MALE
CAGE 65B........."KIP" SHEP MIX.....4-5 YRS OLD, NEUTERED MALE, MICROCHIPPED
CAGE 66B........HOUND DOBIE MIX.......8 MONTH OLD, MALE
 
CAGE 67B (2 PUPS.....NO RELATION)........BOTH 3-4 MONTHS OLD, BOTH FEMALES
 
CAGE 68A.......ROTTIE, FEMALE, 3 YRS OLD
 
FOR RESCUE GROUP ONLY.......CAGE 34........VERY OLD CHIHUAHUA, FEMALE, SWEETHEART
 
OWNER SURRENDER: FOR RESCUE GROUP ONLY........CAGE 36.........BERNIE, CHIHUAHUA, MALE, 3 YRS OLD, EXTREMELY SCARED, NO KIDS. CAME WITH MISSY.
 
OWNER SURRENDER: FOR RESCUE GROUP ONLY.......CAGE 37.........MISSY, CHIHUAHUA, FEMALE, 4-5 YRS OLD, EXTREMELY SCARED, NO KIDS, CAME WITH BERNIE
 
CAGE 44B.......PIT, 3 YR OLD, MALE, GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS
CAGE 45B.........LAB MIX, 1 YR OLD MALE
 
CAGE 46B / 66A........LITTER OF 7 PUPS, 9 WEEKS OLD, LAB MIXES, 5 M / 2 F (ONLY 2 PICTURED)
CAGE 50......JESSIE, LAB MIX PUP, 3 MONTHS OLD, SPAYED FEMALE, MICROCHIPPED, ADOPTED AND RETURNED
 
OWNER SURRENDER: CAGE 52.......SIMBA......CHIHUAHUA, 3 YR OLD NEUTERED MALE
OWNER SURRENDER: CAGE 54........CHILIE........CHIHUAHUA MIX, 7 YRS OLD, NEUTERED MALE
CAGE 56.......HEFE........CHIHUAHUA, 2 YR OLD MALE

Chipley, FL - These dogs and puppies part of cruelty case


Ying and Yang are two puppies that were being held in a Cruelty case. They are URGENT and only have until Friday 6/1/12 to find an adopter or rescue.
 Ying is a female on the Right. Yang is the male on the left. They are 8-10 wks. old. They are very sweet and loving. They need a home of their own. Please help!

Tyson is a Male Lab/Bully Mix that is being held in a Cruelty case. He is approx. 1-2 yrs. old. He is URGENT and only has until Friday 6/1/12 to find an adopter or rescue.
Tyson loves to play! is very sweet and loves affection. He has a great personality. He has beautiful markings and a tail that curls up on his back. He is such a loving dog! He needs a home of their own.He would make a great pet. Please help!


Bud is a Male Blue Heeler Mix that is being held in a Cruelty case. He is approx. 1-2 yrs. old. He is URGENT and only has until Friday 6/1/12 to find an adopter or rescue.
Bud is very sweet and loves affection. He has a great personality. He has beautiful markings and a tail that curls up on his back. He is such a loving dog! He needs a home of their own. Please help!

In Chipley Florida Animal Control of West Florida.

Please call Belva at 850-260-6781.
Then contact Sue Bruce at bruces@flcourts.org for transport information.

Thank you for trying to help.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Gainesville, FL~URGENT~Dylan, 9-year-old WHITE GSD


We have a handsome, neutered White German Shepherd here at Alachua County Animal Services that will be on the euth list within next couple of days if not rescued because he is heartworm positive. I’m told Dylan has been shuffled from one household to another. The person surrendering him on May 25, has had him for 5 years…her brother before her, and someone else (original owner?) before that. The more recent owner said Dylan is a friendly dog, not aggressive…knows commands…and will stay by one’s side while walking off leash. Please, if you can help, let us know. Be sure to include Rescue Liaison Dwinnie Slade, dslade@alachuacounty.us , in your response. Thank you all for what you do for the animals. Hoping all are having a safe holiday.
Susan
5/25/12-Vet exam (entered 5/26/12)
~ 9 years old per owner
Not altered
Wt 80.6#
MC# 0A110A7643
Krinkled left pinnae from previous hematoma
Very small central hematoma of right pinnae
Long nails
Fleas
Rabies & Frontline given
Heartworm test-POSITIVE
Treatable/rehab due to heartworm positive (tmyrick/plipsky)

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Happy Memorial Day, Daddy

This column is about animals and the first person who taught me to love and respect animals was my Daddy. He has been gone from this earth many years and I miss him on a daily basis. Life's lessons come to the front of my mind each time I observe someone doing something stupid. Daddy was not perfect and never presented himself that way, but he believed in honor, respect, justice and the U.S.A.
The following was written several years ago and can still bring tears to my eyes. I hope you enjoy it.

My father's picture hangs in the living room of my mother's house. The American flag that draped his coffin is folded and put away. He was a veteran.
Vietnam was not a popular war, but it was a war just the same. Soldiers fought and died as they have in this country since our Revolution. They did not do it for glory or recognition, but because they were asked to by their country. My father was born in Alabama, the first of six children. His love affair with the military began when he was a little boy. He would watch the World War II soldiers from Fort Rucker march down the road beside his grandfather's farm. His grandfather would pump water from the well for the soldiers.
One day, the sergeant asked his grandfather not to give his troops any extra water, because they must learn to drink only the ration given them. His grandfather's reply: It was his pump, his water, and as long as those boys were marching for his country, he would stand outside and pump water for them all day. This made quite an impression on Daddy, and I never heard him express any desire to be anything but a soldier.
He became a soldier in 1950, when he lied about his age (he was 14, no proof of age was required) and joined the National Guard. In 1953, after high school graduation, he went in the regular army. More specifically, the field artillery. He was 17. His basic training was at Fort Polk, La., and he retired from active duty at Fort Rucker, Ala., in June of 1973.
In between, he moved his family, which came to include a wife, three kids and a dog, all over the world: Fort Riley, Kan.; Fort Benning, Ga.; Schwabisch Hall, Germany; and Fort Sill, Okla. All the important years and dates in my life are tied in to Daddy's military service and where we were stationed. Daddy missed a lot of birthdays and special occasions. This came with the territory.
By 1964, the rumblings of American involvement in Vietman were sounding through the military grapevine. Daddy figured the artillery would be among the first to go, and he was right.
In 1965, the orders arrived. That's when the picture was made. It was for my mother in case he didn't come home.
From Vietnam he wrote letters about the people and scenery, along with little stories about funny things that happened, but not about his job. He set up radio teletype communication systems in DaNang, Na Trang, Long Bien and Saigon. He flew around in choppers from place to place, with big radios and a little-known herbicide to drop on the vegetation, Agent Orange.
He served his year and came home. My mother never doubted he would. The picture remained on the living room wall. He began teaching communication at the signal school at Fort Gordon, Ga., where the Signal Corps is based.
It was also the largest orthopedic center for the veterans coming home from Vietnam. In 1968, I was 11 and the wounded veterans would line up in the hospital hallways. No arms, one leg, missing hands. They made an impression. I asked questions. What happened to them and why? They made the war very real to me. Daddy tried to explain. He always said they were the heroes. Most were young, just a little older than me. Most were draftees. They sacrificed even though it was not their choice. Daddy didn't understand the animosity toward these kids. They were soldiers doing what was asked of them.
Daddy retired in 1973. He got a regular job working in the Post Office and went back to civilian life.
In 1990, the phone call came. I was at work. He had been feeling pretty bad and the doctor ran some tests. Cancer, several kinds, in fact, and the prognosis was not good. Renal-cell carcinoma, non-Hodgkins lymphoma, foreign-sounding names for devastating diseases. Trips to kidney doctors and oncologists and the VA. One hundred percent disability.
After years of denying that Agent Orange caused many of the symptoms the veterans were experiencing, the government had finally acknowledged three different cancers directly related to exposure. Daddy had two of those cancers.
He did not become bitter. He always kept his spirits up. He never wanted to be anything but a soldier. He died 18 months later and the flag that draped his coffin was put away. He was 56.
Memorial Day is not just a three-day weekend for some of us. It is a day to honor our dead. Even those from an unpopular war.

Sarasota, FL-Sandler still searching for a home

Summertime is fast approaching southwest Florida with temperatures hitting the ninety degree mark already in some areas.Yesterday, at Satchel's Last Resort, it was pretty warm at 10 a.m. when I began working with the dogs.
Sandler, as you can see in this photo, knows just how to cool off. He jumps in the doggie pool. His Labrador side is showing.
He has learned how to throw his stuffed toys up in the air and catch them. He then runs like the wind and invites you to chase him. I tried to explain to him I was not running after him in this heat and he cocked his head and looked at me as if to say, "What? You won't chase me? What a wuss."
Sandler has begun to bark at me the minute I enter the shelter because he is anxious to get out and play. He has become a happy, well-adjusted dog who needs a home where he can expend his energy with his human.
He is not a dog you can throw out in the backyard and forget about. He want to love you but needs the right humans to love.
If you are looking for a beautiful, high energy dog who needs a human, please consider check out Sandler. He would make a great running partner and simply riding shotgun in your car. He is black with awhite blaze running down his chest and is a black Labrador/Boxer mix who has never had a home but has been shuffled from rescue to rescue due to his energy level. He lived with other dogs but we have not tested him with dogs at our rescue so that is a possibility.
If you would like more information on Sandler, please contact the rescue at comments@satchelslastresort.com.

Orlando, FL - Timmy a people and dog loving bully mix found dodging traffic

Marci Elliott rescued this dog.  She has the biggest heart and has helped so many. Apparently this boy, Timmy, is just adorable and sweet! She is paying to board him, but really needs to find a home (permanent or foster) ASAP. He can’t stay there much longer. Is there anyone out there that can find a place for Timmy? Please forward this on to your contacts. Networking saves lives!
Contact:  Marci

MIAMI, FL - Boxer Left Behind in Foreclosed House

Please cross post.  This poor boxer was left behind in a Miami foreclosure without air conditioning.  We are providing food and water but he needs a rescue ASAP.  No Paws will help with spay/neuter if needed and vet.  Please contact me if you can help.
From: Cheryl Lang <cheryl@nopawsleftbehind.org>

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Breed bans on military bases

When the military began banning breeds of dogs on their bases I wrote about it. Of course, that was as far as it went. I write about a lot of dog and cat issues and can't seem to get anyone else on board until someone in a major animal organization has a "moment" and then it becomes the cause of the week.
I speak from the heart because I am an Army brat, the daughter of a veteran who served for 20 years, including Vietnam and lost his battle with Agent Orange related cancer way too young. I grew up on military bases. I know about inspections and too many holes filled in with toothpaste before moving. I know about families with lots of kids and pets. I was a part of one of those families.
Our veterans and their families suffer hardships civilians cannot begin to understand. Even with the many indignities they are put through year after year, they keep pretty quiet. My Dad would tell you he signed on the dotted line and that was that.
Had the military at the time told my Dad he couldn't have a dog because of a breed, he would have probably not re-enlisted and that would have been the end. The military, not one time in the history of my living on an army base, ever told anyone they couldn't have a dog. There were German Shepherds, Dobermans, Pit Bulls, Boxers, Huskies, and hundreds of mixes. They all ran around with us kids, played ball, dug in the sandbox and played with each other. Should one become aggressive in any way, the dog was sent somewhere. It was not allowed, period. We, as kids, knew not to get into trouble, which included the dogs, because our dads could lose stripes over our deeds.
Now Best Friends has taken up the cause of allowing service families to keep their pets, regardless of the breed. Thank God someone is going to be the voice of reason.
So please use the links below and contact President Obama and your state representatives. These men and women and their families deserve to have and own any pet they like, period.

Please click here to take action by contacting President Obama:


Please click here to take action by contacting your representative and senator:




Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Gainesville, FL~Sweet. dog friendly, purebred, 1 1/2 yr old, male PRESA CANARIO


We have a Presa Canario in our facility that is in need of rescue.  He will be placed on the euthanasia list for Thursday.  He is heartworm positive and needs to leave our facility as soon as possible.  Our facility is very full and we do not have the room or time to hold animals at this time.
If anyone can help him please let us know as soon as possible.
Thank you for all you do.
5/17/12 Vet Exam (5/16/12 )
~ 1.5 yr old
Wt 78 lb 8 oz
Not altered
No Microchip
rabies
HW test POSITIVE
Frontline applied
Nice dog and food motivated
Friendly but jumpy
Treat/rehab HW ++.(Tmyrick/lmthomas)
05/17/12 I had this dog out today he is super friendly. He did well playing with other dogs he did not appear to be interested in cats. He also does know his name sit /and "Paw".. He appears to be house broken.
Very cool dog very people centered. (Hynes)
 Dwinnie Slade
Senior Office Assistant
Alachua County Animal Services
3400 NE 53 Avenue
Gainesville, Florida 32609

Miami, FL- Sweet 6 month old pup needs help


Can anyone help with this 6 month old;  seems to be a terrier mix.  She was dropped off and left in our parking lot.  She has parvo but its almost gone. She is extremely lovable.  Wags her tail every time she sees me.   I was asked to call Animal Services.  I can probably keep her here until Thursday at the most.  
 
Please email me if you are able to help.
 
Thank you all.

South FLORIDA: Harvey,ten year old still looking for permanent home

Special senior. Please post widely.


Two animal lovers were at an adoption event showing another dog that they had rescued and at the event Animal Control had this little old guy, Harvey. They knew that it was going to be hard for this boy to find a home and so they just could not leave him there to face the inevitable. They adopted him themselves with the hopes of finding him a home. 
Harvey is a terrier mix about 10 yo. His original owner surrendered him to a kill shelter. He is quite well behaved and very loving, just looking for a warm home to spend his last years. Harvey weighs about 23 lbs and gets along with other dogs.
Please call Nancy 305-803-6817 or email her at 
kiwi4u123@yahoo.com if you would like to meet this dear boy.

Miami, FL - Great Dane mix at Miami Dade A/S


Subject: FLORIDA: A1435152 BOOBOO Great Dane mix at Miami Dade, dragged behind a bicycle until his pads were shredded, Miami FL

My friend who does independent rescue in the area was contacted by the woman who said she saw the dog being dragged by a guy on a bicycle and she followed him and asked him what he was doing. He told her that he had to go to work in the Keys and he was going to leave the dog at this abandoned house and someone was going to come feed him. He proceeded to tie him at the house. No one came to bring him anything and the woman brought him in. But my friend also went out and met him at the abandoned house and said he is the sweetest boy, very loving. He is about 5 yo.



A1435152 -  BOOBOO Great Dane mix

Monday, May 21, 2012

Chipley, FL - Beautiful all white American Bulldog on this week's kill list this week


Crossposting
  WELL, THIS WAS ANOTHER LAME EXCUSE (CHASED HORSES)!!!!!!!
                    NOW THIS BEAUTY IS ON "DEATH ROW" (DAMN)
************************************************************************************************************************
 
Subject: FW:" "Conan",Chipley Florida. Needs to get saved right away before he is killed this week Read his story!
Conan is a big boy at around 60-70 pounds.  He is only about 1-2 years old and very sweet and loving. Was in temporary foster. He gets along well with other dogs and was only brought back because he chased their horses.
In Chipley FL shelter, 850-638-20829am-1pm EST. Rescues with 501c ca
n free pull and transport help in some parts of FL. Adoption fee $140 (spay/neut., worming, shots and HW test).

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Brooksville,FL - Gorgeous, male Border Collie on the kill list for this week


Please consider saving this wonderfully shy dog, Male, house trained, good with other dogs, not sure about cats. Has had 5 in 1 vaccine.... Very shy and getting depressed in the shelter... On the kill list for this week...I am begging for this sweet boy!!... Please email the below address if you can help.... I will sponsor this boy's vet expenses
 (Email said cattle dog. I think border collie)
Hernando County Animal Services

19450 Oliver Street

Brooksville, Florida 34601