In the Winter 2016 Paw Prints we introduced Dolly’s Dream Project funded by the Levitetz Family Foundation. The project covers the cost for spay/neuter surgery for American Staffordshire terriers and mixes and helps with surrender prevention.
|Dolly’s Dream has expanded and now they are underwriting the adoption fee of select bully breed dogs. In addition to underwriting the fee, they will cover the costs for the basic items that the dog will need to succeed in their new home. This includes a training crate, Sensation harness or No-Pull harness, chew toys, collar, ID tag, leash, training treat bag and basic dishes. If necessary, they will also cover the cost of obedience classes here at the Humane Society of Broward County.|
Each week there will be two dogs featured who are part of the Dolly’s Dream Project and a sign is on their kennel door so potential adopters know about the offer.
Meet Our Current Dolly’s Dream Dogs
Ducky (ID 626332)
Venus (ID 536872)
I thought I was part of the family, but when they packed up the kids, toys and furniture, I was dropped off here when my owner moved. I’m sad they didn’t want to take me along, but I know in my heart there is another family that will give me a chance…will it be you? My name is Venus (ID 536872) and I’m just 4 years old. So you know more about me: I’m crate trained, like people of all ages and I have lots of spirit when I play with other dogs. I enjoy playing ball and like bones. I’m good with cats with, just give me time to warm up to them. What do you think? Can I be your new BFF? Thanks to Dolly’s Dream my adoption fee is sponsored and I get to go home with goodies needed to settle in.
Rocco (ID 626407)
Rocco (ID 626407) was brought to the Humane Society of Broward County after the shelter he was staying in was damaged by the recent earthquakes in Puerto Rico. Thanks to Wings of Rescue and Greater Good, he and several other dogs and eight cats were flown to South Florida in hopes of a better future. Rocco is six years young, walks well on a leash and he enjoys being with people. He is good with other dogs – with a slow and proper introduction. Rocco would love a family to call his own. A family that will spoil him and show him what it is like to be loved. Can you make his wish come true? Thanks to Dolly’s Dream his adoption fee is sponsored and he gets to go home with the goodies needed to settle into a new home.
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