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
Mochi (ID 638565)
My name is Mochi (ID 638565) and I came from another shelter, so the staff and volunteers at the Humane Society of Broward County don’t know a lot about me. What they do know is that I’m a sweet, four year old gal, who weighs 63 pounds. I’m curious, know some basic commands and would love to find a family to call my own. Unfortunately I was not on heartworm preventative and I am heartworm positive, so my new parents must be willing to bring me back to the Humane Society for treatment. This is not contagious to other dogs or people. Dogs get heartworm from the bite of an infected mosquito. Thanks to Dolly’s Dream, my adoption fee is sponsored and I get to go home with things to help me settle into my new home. Will you please let me be part of your family? To meet Mochi or any of the other wonderful pets waiting for a second chance, complete the online application. The adoption department opens daily at 11:00 AM, so if you have any questions, please call 954-989-3977 ext. 6Adoption Application
Sparko (ID 634420)
One-year-old Sparko (ID 634420) would love to go home with you. He came to the Humane Society of Broward County from a rural shelter in Alabama where not many people go to adopt. This fellow is sweet, but a bit shy. We are confident once he gets adopted by a loving family and is given time to settle in, all his jitters will go away. Sparko just needs some time to adjust. Thanks to Dolly’s Dream his adoption fee is sponsored and he gets to go home with some of the goodies he’ll need in his new home. To meet Sparko or any of the other wonderful pets waiting for a second chance, complete the online application.Adoption Application
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