Cali (ID A292201) will be our first Beach Buddy tomorrow with Cherie from the Humane Society of Broward County. She is a 9 year young, Basset hound mix who is sweet, good with kids and other pets, and she is potty-trained. Cali also knows basic commands.
Listen every Friday at 8:20 am as Kenny meets our Beach Buddies!
To learn more about the Humane Society of Broward County’s adoption process, click here.
When you adopt from the Humane Society of Broward County all pets are spayed or neutered before going home. In addition they receive preliminary vaccinations, heart worm test for dogs over seven months, feline leukemia test for cats, a limited 10 day health care plan courtesy of VCA Animal Hospital, a bag of Purina ONE food, 30 days of Trupanion pet insurance and more. The adoption fee for dogs over six months is $100 and felines over six months are $30.
For more information call the shelter today at 954-989-3977 ext 6. The Humane Society of Broward County is located at 2070 Griffin Road, just a block west of I-95 and opens daily at 10:30 a.m. To see who else needs a home visit www.humanebroward.com.
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Our Beach Buddy for February 17th is this cutie:
“Hi! I’m Ranger and I’m 3 years old! I’m a mellow, polite, kind of guy with the right stuff. I like people, kids and other doggies. I’m really a lovable kind of gentleman who LOVES treats!”
Ranger’s Animal ID is A1872406 at Broward Animal Care and Control.
Meet other rescues by clicking here
Meet “San“. That’s me!! I’m almost 1 year of age and a very smart male Dalmatian puppy. I was rescued from Seoul Korea. Some nice rescue ladies there found me and contacted Dalmatian Rescue. I am their second Dal from Korea. Gracie had the opportunity to come to America 3 years ago and found her happily ever after forever home. She is very loved just like I want to be. I’m dreaming of my new forever family and can’t wait. Maybe it will be you!!! Please contact the folks at Dal Rescue if you’d like to set up a meet and greet with a super super pup like me. Love, San!!
Please contact the folks at Dal Rescue, or visit www.dalmatianrescue.com, if you’d like to set up a meet and greet with a super pup like me. Love, San!!”
Meet 3 cuties from The Cat Network Miami! Aladdin is about 10-months-old. He was rescued from Animal Services and loves hugs. Next we have brothers Scout and Scrap who were found when they were tiny kittens and brought to the animal shelter. They are now six-years-old! They are great for any household. If you have any interest in adopting them please contact The Cat Network.
“Ziggy is an 8-month old Chiweenie, Chihuahua Dachshund mix. He is what we call an owner-surrender. The owner’s circumstances changed and she felt she could no longer care for Ziggy. She wanted to do what was in his best interest. She posted him on Craigslist (which could be a dangerous thing to do) but someone from Abandoned Pet Rescue saw the post and contacted the owner. She was happy to surrender him to a reputable rescue to ensure he will get a wonderful home.
He is with one of our foster’s now receiving lots of love.
Ziggy will need basic training so he does not develop any issues when he is left alone. He is working on his housebreaking skills. Ziggy is loveable and energetic.
If you are interested in meeting Ziggy you can visit Abandoned Pet Rescue at 1137 NE 9th Avenue in Ft. Lauderdale. We are open six days a week: Wednesday – Sunday from 12 noon to 5pm. (Closed Tuesdays). Or fill out an adoption application on our website: www.abandonedpetrescue.org. Please note that in the best interest of all animals our adoption process is more rigorous than that of most other organizations. So be patient and know that we want to help all our 300 animals find forever homes.”
Adam, a 1 year old, 6 pound chihuahua is our Beach Buddy this morning! Adam was rescued on his “last day” from a rural shelter in Polk County. He came to Animal Aid with the bottom half of his leg severed. Since the top portion is in perfect condition, they didn’t see the need to amputate. So, they are raising money now to buy him a prosthetic foot. This will give Adam full use of his leg, so he can live a normal life. They found a company that makes them in Canada, but they are $1,000. We are raising money for his new foot. So far we have $100.
His crowd funding link is: http://www.loveanimals.org/campaigns/adam-needs-a-prosthetic/58b6fb658dbb2b84612c3655
Adam is one of 45 dogs available at the Animal Aid adoption center. Their site features photos of the dogs and cats waiting for adoption at www.animal-aid.com.
Rosie is a 5 year old American Bulldog mix who was abandoned at the Miami-Dade County Community Spay Neuter Clinic in Cutler Bay. Rosie is an amazing pooch who suffered an unfortunate injury that left her jaw fractured and several of her front teeth to get pushed out of place. Thanks to the donations made to the Second Chance Fund, the Miami Humane Society was able to take Rosie in for surgery to correct her jaw and remove her damaged teeth. She is now pain-free and ready to rock the world of her forever family! If you are looking for a sweet and affectionate doggie to have by your side, Rosie is your girl! Her hobbies include: Giving her human endless hugs and kisses and taking naps by the side of someone loving and warm. She is totally adorable and will squirm on the floor in hopes that you will crouch down to give her a big ol’ belly rub. She is just a simple girl with few needs and so much love to give. Rosie gets along with people and dogs of all ages, too, which makes her the perfect fit for any family! To adopt Rosie, visit the Soffer and Fine Adoption Center, located at 16101 West Dixie Highway in North Miami Beach. You will need to fill out an application and pass a property verification, so that we may ensure pets are allowed in the new home. Rosie’s adoption fee would be $100, plus the purchase of a collar and leash. You may bring your own collar and leash if you do not wish to purchase one from the shelter’s boutique. You can learn about Rosie and her other canine and feline friends at the Humane Society of Greater Miami, at www.humanesocietymiami.org.
Finnick and Rue, two adorable kittens, visited the Beach Studio with volunteers Dorian and Kathryn.
5 week old Finnick, Rue and their 2 siblings were found in a box on a lawn in east Miramar. A Good Samaritan heard their cries and called a volunteer at Good Karma. They were quickly picked up and taken to foster homes, where they will be loved and cared for until they are old enough to be adopted (8 weeks old). Even at this early age, their personalities are starting to shine through.
Finnick, is a loving vocal little kitten who likes nothing more than to be snuggled tightly and sleep.
Rue, loves to play with her brother and her foster mom. She constantly purrs when she is petted.
Ace is an adorable basset terrier blend. He was found tied to a bench at the Paws 4 You boarding retreat. “As we looked back into our cameras, we saw that the person tied him up at 8:58pm a couple of weeks ago and was kind enough to give him a kiss on the head as the dumper got back into his black BMW and sped off. No matter what the circumstances were, the poor pup spent the night tied to a bench where he wrapped himself so tight around the leg, that we were lucky he had not choked himself over night. He was left with no food, no water and no protection from other animals, weather or people. Ace has grown to trust humans again.”
Ace is a bundle of joy and hopes to find his forever family to share his life with. He promises…You won’t be disappointed!
View adoptable dogs and apply to adopt at www.paws4you.org!
Paws 4 You Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit, volunteer, donor-subsidized organization based in the Pinecrest/Palmetto Bay area of Miami, Florida. Their mission is to provide a safe shelter to homeless dogs with the end goal of adoption into loving families, while growing community awareness. They save many dogs from euthanasia at Miami-Dade Animal Services, where more than 27,000 unwanted pets end up each year. They give these animals professional medical care, hope, and lots of love. All of their dogs are sterilized, vaccinated, and ID micro-chipped to prevent future loss. Additionally, they believe in the value of education pertaining to the importance of spaying and neutering. Pet overpopulation is a serious problem in our county and by sterilizing your pets, you help relieve the strain on our community. They also offer pet boarding to the community with proceeds going back to caring for dogs that aren’t lucky enough to have homes yet.
Upcoming Paws 4 You Events: