Jax is a 4 year old male dog of unknown breed. He is looking for a home with someone who understands him. He’s a nice guy but very nervous with people. Once he warms up, you will receive sloppy kisses. Jax participates in playgroups and enjoys the company of other dogs. He sits on command but could use a little work on leash manners. Jax tested positive for heartworms, but his treatment will be sponsored upon adoption. For more information, call Pasco County Animal Services at 813-929-1212.
Elvis is a 4 year old male hunting dog. He is gentle, playful and loves other large dogs and everyone. Like most dogs, he tends to be vocal. After two weeks of training, Elvis learns what it’s like to be a house dog. He is crate trained and works on leash manners. A house with a large fenced yard without cats or small dogs would be ideal. For more information, complete an application at fluffanimalrescue.org.
Shoestring is a 10 month old male puppy of unknown breed. He arrived at the shelter with a string sticking out of his mouth and a chain attached to him. X-rays revealed the string had traveled down to his intestines and surgery was needed. It has recovered and is ready for a forever home. He gets along well with other dogs and is very affectionate towards people. For more information, call Manatee County Animal Services at 941-742-5933.
Jewell is a black and white female terrier mix of unknown age. She was abandoned after her owners were evicted from their home. She likes to play outside and take long walks. For more information, call Hernando County Animal Services at 352-796-5062.
Kumba is a 6 month old grey-brown male tabby kitten. He and his rescued brothers were all named after local roller coasters. He loves to play, purr, nap and cuddle with humans. He loves following his people during household chores and snuggling up during TV time. For more information, go to StFrancisRescue.org.
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