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Bandita, a Chihuahua/Terrier mix
Meet Bandita! Bandita is a 3.5 month old female Chihuahua/Terrier mix puppy and she weighs about 5 pounds. She should stay under 15 pounds full grown, but we can't promise that. Please note Bandita is NOT considered “hypoallergenic” and does shed. She has been raised in a loving foster home since she was 2 weeks old and will need a family that is up for all puppy challenges which include house training, leash walking, socializing and learning toys are meant for playing with, not fingers, toes, shoes and furniture - positive reinforcement only! She has been surrounded with lots of love and attention and she loves other dogs and people. 
An active fur sibling in her new home would be good as she loves to play, but she should learn to be ok as an only pup - and we ask that you be aware the first few days there will be crying and whining as she settles in. She can often be under-foot a lot so older dog savvy kids would be best for your safety and hers. We would also recommend no laid back, senior pups as she will drive them crazy with all the puppy antics. Bandita has a little brown mask and loves everyone! She is good with other dogs and people, although she may have just a tad bit of initial hesitation. She loves to run and play with her furfriends. Bandita is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $375. 

Fioro, a Terrier mix
Meet Fioro!  Fioro is a 3-4 year old male Terrier mix and he weighs about 17 pounds. He arrived in rescue after testing positive for heartworms, but he has been treated and is doing great! He is ready to find a forever family to call his own, and his foster mom says, "Fioro is a pleasant, happy fellow. He was treated for heartworm and according to protocol spent 30 days in crate restriction. He was an absolute trooper and tolerated his confinement without any complaining, as though he realized this was implemented to save his life. Well, he’s done with confinement and he’s finally able to show his personality, as I gradually learn more about him. Fioro is housetrained, quiet and crate trained.Of course, after spending 30 days in a crate, he’d be happy to live without a crate.
He doesn’t seem to be a chewer, so confinement may not be necessary. He is anxious to join the pup group but that is a slow process, as some of my pups need a gradual introduction to newcomers. I haven’t yet tested him around the cat. He is active, so no little ones who could easily be knocked over; however, older, gentle, dog savvy kids would be a good fit. Fioro tugs a bit on the leash, as he’s obviously excited to finally be able to get out and about. He loves squirrels, so be hold on tightly! He is smart, obedient, and eager to please. Fioro looks forward to sharing his love. Please consider adding this little charmer to your family!" He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention, microchipped and has had his teeth cleaned. Fioro is fostered in Flagler Beach and his adoption donation is $275. 

Ebony, a Terrier mix
Meet Ebony! Ebony is a 3 year old female Terrier mix and she weighs about 10 pounds. Ebony arrived in foster care as part of a hoarding case and has been working very hard to learn how to "dog".  She has been doing well, but will need a forever family that is patient and understanding and will continue to work with her.  Her foster mom says, "Meet Ebony the princess. This sweet, quiet girl has such a gentle demeanor and loving soul! When we first met, she was very scared and timid. Within a few days, Ebony decided that she and I were going to be best friends. Wherever I go, she goes. We enjoy taking strolls around the neighborhood, short bike rides, hiking in the woods and playing chase in the yard. On rainy afternoons, we hang out on the couch, watching reruns of Dog Whisperer. Ebony loves running errands, especially when a puppychino is involved from the local Dairy Queen. She keeps begging me to take her to the beach, but we just haven't made it yet. Ebony wants a home where she can be Queen of the castle. She doesn't want to compete with kids for your attention and treats. 
In foster care, she has not been around other dogs. Ebony is housetrained but she will sometimes have an accident if you don't take her out every few hours or so.She doesn't mind being in a crate, but she would much rather be with you. Ebony is scared of anyone who is carrying a stick or a fly swatter and she doesn't like to feel cornered. She seems to like females better. It took Ebony about 6 weeks to warm up to my husband and she still isn't fond of him. She will play around and then abruptly stops and runs scared.  She does not know any commands, but she will stand up on two paws and beg for a piece of chicken. Ebony had some form of rough life up until now. Now that she is free, she is just learning how to dog. She needs humans that are kind and patient with her. She is still shy meeting new people, but given time, she makes a wonderful companion." Ebony is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had her teeth cleaned!  She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $300.

Mike, a Standard Poodle and Molly, a Labradoodle
Meet Mike and Molly! Mike is a 3 year old male Standard Poodle, and Molly is a 3 year old female Labradoodle. They both weigh about 60 pounds, and they are a very bonded pair. We will NOT separate them, do not ask, we will not make an exception.  They are quite the dynamic duo and can not wait to find a family to call their own! Their foster dad says, "Mike and Molly are quite the couple and very attached since they spend so much time together. They cuddle and sleep together and walk nicely on leashes together. They are crate trained and housetrained on a schedule. Both listen well and love to go for walks and car rides. The groomer said that they are wonderful being groomed and they both just love being brushed.  
When I walk them together, they are the hit of the neighborhood and love getting attention from everyone they meet. They both get along with dogs of all sizes, but I don’t know how they are with cats. This very sweet couple needs to stay together since they are totally bonded. Mike and Molly would be a great addition to any family. Mike is a little more rambunctious and Molly is totally laid back, a perfect loving couple." Mike and Molly are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped, and have had their teeth cleaned. They are fostered in the Orlando area, and their adoption donation is $575 (total for both).

Boomer, a Shih Tzu
Meet Boomer! Boomer is a male Shih Tzu who is approximately two years old,and weighs 12 pounds, with the cutest, crooked smile. He arrived in rescue after a stay at animal control, where he was adopted, but did not enjoy being used as a child's toy, so he was returned and then made it safely to a foster home. His foster mom says, "Boomer has come such a long way since coming to stay with his foster family! He loves learning new things, as long there are plenty of goodies as rewards. He has learned sit and stay, and will patiently wait for dinner or treats, provided there is constant reinforcement. His hearing, vision and reactions are exceptional! While he is very intelligent, he is still a bit possession protective. However, he will trade stolen tissues for a treat without a problem. He is houaetrained and has never had an accident in the house. He loves to sit on the couch with his foster family and friends but goes right to his crate at bedtime and sleeps through the night. He would probably prefer the sofa to his bed. 
He is still experimenting with fetch and is learning the joys of toys. Happiness for Boomer is a long walk where he can get some exercise out, or a leisurely stroll where he can sniff each tree. He loves visiting the outdoors, where he can watch the golfers from the front porch or chase lizards (and catch them!) on the back porch. He is also an adamant sunbather and has been found delight in napping in the sun on the back porch.Boomer is happiest snuggling next to his human friends, but it is important to be gentle when giving him love and attention. He rarely snaps, but had occasionally, and for no known reason, went on the defensive. For this reason, his foster family did not introduce him to children or other pets, although he seemed to do well when he went to the groomer. No children is best for him. He can independently entertain himself with toys or chasing his tail (and boy can he go fast!), but he would rather spend time with his furever family." Boomer is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had his teeth cleaned! He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $275.

    Florida Little Dog Rescue Group

    A 501(c)3 Charitable Organization

    Serving the Central Florida Area

    PO Box 702364
    St. Cloud, FL 34770
    Phone: 407-279-1127
    Please note, we are not a shelter. We do not have a kennel or facility that you can visit and see all the dogs. Each dog is fostered in an individual home. We do rescue out of our private homes and in our spare time. So, you cannot come visit our dogs until you have gone through the application and interview process and we have contacted you about scheduling a visit.  We do not have set "hours" and we answer all calls and emails as quickly as we can!
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