SPCA Florida Animal Rehoming Program

Animal Rehoming (Animals Who Need New Homes)
SPCA Florida believes every animal deserves a loving home. The animals listed here are not animals at the SPCA Florida, but they are animals looking for new forever homes. We hope to help find these animals a place to call their own through this service to the community.

This is Gracie.  I found her bleeding and injured at my office almost 3 months ago.  My vets office was kind enough to have a staff member come to the office and pick her up to be checked out.  My vet thought she was probably hit by a car so she took several x-rays and checked her from head to tail.  Gracie did not have any broken bones but she was pretty sore. They kept her there for a couple of days to keep an eye on her and to medicate her for the pain.  She is a really sweet, loving and playful dog.  My vet believes she is between 1 and 2 years old.  She is full grown (50 pounds) but still young and playful like a puppy.  I thought I would be able to keep her but I have 2 small  older dachshunds who don't want to play and they are still afraid of her when she runs at them to play and when she gives them big kisses.

 Contact: sue.carroll_law@hotmail.com

Since I have had her she has:

    -  Had blood work

    -  Had the rabies vaccine

    -  Been de-wormed

    -  Been treated for mites

    -  Been on Senitnel for heartworm and flea prevention

    -  Been spayed

    -  Been microchipped

    -  Been nursed back to good health

    -  Been loved, played with, fed well and kept clean

She is very social and needs play time.  I hope to find a loving home for her with someone who will love her as much as I do.  I will be sad to see her go but my little dachshunds were there first and they are just not adjusting the way I thought they would.

My Animal Needs a New Home
If you would like to post your animal on our Community Pets page; please send an email to rehoming@spcaflorida.org with a picture of your animal, short description of your animal and contact information.

**All animals must be spayed or neutered before they can be posted to the Rehoming page. If your animal needs to be spayed or nuetered please contact our Medical Center for low cost assistance. Email the Medical Center**

Your post will remain on the site for 30 days and be automatically removed. If you do place your pet please contac
t us to remove your post.

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Animal Rehoming DISCLAIMERS:
Please note that the information concerning animals listed on this page was provided to the SPCA Florida by each animals owner(s). No one from the SPCA Florida has met or evaluated any of these animals, nor have we confirmed the accuracy of the information we were provided for inclusion on this webpage. As with all prospective animals, you should take reasonable steps to evaluate the suitability of a particular pet for your home and family. The SPCA Florida hereby disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied (including without limitation any implied warranty of fitness, fitness for a particular purpose and/or merchantability) concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability of the information concerning any animal or the suitability for any particular circumstance of any animal listed here for rehoming.