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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-17-00520Rusty (male)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    This is Rusty. This adorable little guy is about 1-2 years old and full of playful energy. Rusty is also a snuggler. Rusty has lots of personality as you would expect from a terrier with soft but wiry hair. He is adorable!!! Rusty would prefer a family without young children but older, calm kids would be fine. Adopt Rusty!

 Adoption Fee: $300 Animal Location:

Polka Dogz Pet Rescue
Orange County oakland, FL 34787 MAP IT!

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727 510 6445

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Animal ID: JeanneRoscoe (male)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    This cutie pie is Roscoe. He is a Yorkie mix boy and is approximately 3-5 yrs old. He is easy going and very cuddly. He has had all shots. He is heartworm negative too. He is not very fond of kids but be is a tiny little guy so that is not surprising! He weighs about 6-7 pounds. He is ready for his forever family.

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

Flori Bama Small Breed Rescue
Escambia County Pensacola, FL 32514 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-12-00107Foster (male)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Foster is an amazing yorkie mix approx 3.5 yeras old saved from a local humans society in Florida . Sweet as can be - he is a real catch@!!!! Healthy , utd on all !

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Their Lives Matter Inc
Palm Beach County Boca Raton, FL MAP IT!

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561-994-3000

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Animal ID: 17-196Luke (male)

Yorkie    Age: Senior

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    MEET LUKE! He is an adorable and active 10-1/2 year old 6.9 lb little fella. Luke is being fostered in Tallahassee, FL. UPDATED BIO 10/05/017: Luke is an active but very calm and cute little yorkie boy. Luke was adopted from UYR 5 years ago, but sadly Luke's adoptive dad recently passed away and this little munchkin came back into UYR. Since Luke has been in his foster home, he has let his foster mom know that he is a smart boy! Even though Luke had a history of problems with house-training, he appears to be totally house-trained, and will even let foster mom know when he needs to go out by coming to her and patting her on the leg. Wow! ... (Read More)He is a sensitive little guy who likes to hear inside voices from his people instead of loud talking. He rolls over for belly rubs anytime he is approached - so sweet! Luke is happily sleeping all night long in his little bed and is happy and content. Luke would love having one stay-at-home parent so that he could give them lots of attention and affection during the day. Luke has always had sensitive skin issues and he is currently taking a medication to help with his itchiness. He will see the vet soon to see if there is a different protocol that may be better for him. Luke has lots and lots of love to give to a forever family. Could that be your's? NOTE: Due to Luke's small size and his past history with small children in his first home, he cannot be placed in a home with children under the age of 14. INITIAL BIO 09/30/2017: Luke is an active but very calm and cute little yorkie boy. Luke was adopted from UYR 5 years ago, but sadly Luke's adoptive dad recently passed away and this little munchkin came back into UYR. He appears to be happy in his foster home and is very curious about the other dogs and gets along well with them. Luke is an active little boy who can easily jump onto the sofa and chairs and will happily sleep on a little throw or blankie - as long as he is near his person. Luke's former adopter gave Luke a ton of attention and he especially loves belly rubs. Luke sleeps soundly during the night, and although he slept in bed with his dad, Luke is fine sleeping in the same room with his person. He gives his person loads of attention and is a very easy little boy to care for. Luke's perfect home would be one where he is the only dog, or one in which there may be another adult or senior dog for companionship, although Luke isn't really into playing with another dog at this point in his life. He more enjoys interaction and attention from his human family. His house-training needs some improvement, but his foster mom will be working with him on that. Luke would love having one stay-at-home parent so that he could give them lots of attention and affection during the day. Luke just came into rescue today, so stay tuned for more updates on this little nugget. NOTE: Due to Luke's small size, he cannot be placed in a home with children under the age of 14. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Florida

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Dianne

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Animal ID: RaynaRayna (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Rayna is an approximately 10 year old cutie with some missing teeth but still prefers dry food. She is house/leash/potty trained and a great companion for any older person. She does well with most dogs and enjoys running and playing with them. She loves to sit or cuddle with you while you watch t.v. or work on your computer. She does not have any known health issues and weighs in at a hefty 6 pounds.

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Compassionate Animal Rescue Team
Walton County DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433 MAP IT!

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Nikki Headley 850-520-0603 Teresa Willis 850-837-3856 Deborah Fiss 850-626-0862

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Rescue Me ID: 17-09-24-00191Nina (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Nina, a 26 lb, 3 yr old schnauzer/Yorkie mix is looking for a good home. She was abandoned on the streets and we are so lucky to have saved her!! She's unbelievably loving and playful and dog friendly! Please contact us in Miami for a meet and greet!!

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Green Mile Rescue of South Florida
Miami-Dade County Miami Beach, FL MAP IT!

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305 450-2033

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Animal ID: 17-155Chloe Ann (female)

Yorkie    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed 

    Chloe Ann is a cute little 3 year old, 5 pound Yorkie Girl with some potential neurological issues. She is being fostered in Dunedin, FL. UPDATED BIO 10/07/2017: Chloe Ann is a very beautiful - and very special - little yorkie girlie. Chloe Ann has come a long way since first coming to UYR. Her personality is really starting to evolve and she is a little darling. She came into UYR with some potential neurological issues and an MRI of her brain was performed to determine exactly what was going on with this sweet girl. Read about the results of the MRI in previous updates. After many tests, it was determined that Chloe Ann is in good ... (Read More)health except for a little bit of fluid on her brain which could explain some of her odd, but endearing behaviors. In spite of some neurological deficits, Chloe Ann is proving herself to be a loving little girl who will make a wonderful family member for the right family. Here's the fun stuff about Chloe Ann that truly shows her sweet personality and adoptability: - Chloe Ann is very sweet natured and gets along well with other dogs - and kitty cats, too! - She loves her foster parents and enjoys laying on the arm of the chair with foster mom, and will gently nibble on her hand when she is petted - this means she is really enjoying the attention. - She loves going through doorways, both inside and out. She seems to enjoy this activity, even though there's no purpose in doing this. If foster mom or dad chases her, that's even better. She is VERY high-energy and this may be a self-soothing way for her to burn off her energy. - Chloe Ann loves to spin in circles in front of a door (any door will do), and will escape easily if the door is opened. She is a runner and waits for any opportunity to run out the door in a lickety-split action if given the chance. - When Chloe Ann looks at you, it may not appear that she is always looking directly at you. She also does this when she looks at other dogs/objects, so it was initially thought that she may have partial blindness. However, she has seen an eye specialist and there is no indication of blindness or eye issues. This is just another one of her quirky behaviors. If Chloe Ann is at the front door, foster mom has learned that she may need to go outside to do her business. As a result, she is being slowly housetrained. She could be easily trained to go on a pee-pee-pad. When Chloe Ann first came to UYR, she had a bad habit of barking all the time. Since being with foster mom, her barking has decreased to the point of only barking when she really needs something - usually food. Every so often, she will bark for a short time, for reasons only she knows, but that's just typical Yorkietude. Because of the occasional barking, Foster Mom feels that Chloe Ann can only go to a single-family home - apartment/condo living wouldn't be an appropriate placement for this special girl. PLEASE NOTE: Because of Chloe Ann's small size, she can not be adopted into a home with children under the age of 12 years old. The perfect home for Chloe Ann would be one with at least one stay-at-home parent, and an active family who can take her for long walks to burn off some of her boundless energy. She also needs a fenced-in back yard where she can enjoy exercising in a safe area. Because of all the testing that was done for Chloe Ann, her medical bills are very high. If you have been moved by this sweet girl's ability to move beyond her small challenges, please consider donating towards her vetting expenses so that UYR will be able to help another little dog like Chloe Ann. To donate, please click on the 'donate here' link and follow the instructions for Paypal. If you think Chloe Ann would be a good fit in your family, fill out an application and let's see! UPDATED BIO 09/12/2017: Chloe Ann is a very beautiful and very special little yorkie girlie. She was surrendered to UYR because her owners thought she had partial blindness and some other other behaviors that indicated visual impairment. Since arriving in her foster home, Chloe Ann has seen an eye specialist who confirmed that she did not have a problem with her eyes, so we proceeded with an MRI to determine what, if anything, was the issue. The MRI determined that Chloe Ann has a little bit of fluid on her brain, which makes her behavior a little odd. The fluid on the mid-brain controls her visual and auditory (hearing) sensors, and this is the issue with her eyesight. In addition, it was determined that the fluid was also affecting the cerebellum, which controls fine motor skills, and the thalamus, which controls her compulsive and motor relay. Chloe Ann is currently taking a medication called omeprazole which helps reduce the fluid on her brain by opening up the channels so the fluid can flow more freely. She will need to be on this medication for the rest of her life. Now for the fun stuff! Chloe Ann is truly a joy to be around and her 'odd' behaviors (quirks) are actually rather cute. She (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $375 Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Florida

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Rescue Me ID: 17-09-06-00152Sammy (male)

Yorkie    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Needs Vaccinations 

    Sammy is not fixed and Does have some bathroom issues does well in the cage most of the time , he needs the love and attention from someone that has the time to give to him and hep train him . We inquired Sammy a few months back along with his pal Tiki a 7 year old chihuahua that has the same issues she is fixed but has lots of potty issues I do not have the time and or means for them . If you would be interested in taking on the both of them please let me know as I can send pictures as well

 Adoption Fee: $50 Animal Location:

Pasco County holiday, FL 34691 MAP IT!

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samantha sheriff 7276578619

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Animal ID: DawnRoman (male)

Yorkie    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Roman is a gorgeous boy! He is on the larger side at 23 pounds. He just turned 10 years old. He is a very sweet boy and just tends to do his own thing! He does get along with all sizes of dogs. His mommy moved and could not take him so she gave him to someone else and they decided not to keep him. He needs a place to spend his old age and relax! He loves roaming around the house too!! Could this be your boy???

 Adoption Fee: $175 Animal Location:

Flori Bama Small Breed Rescue
Escambia County Pensacola, FL 32514 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-30-00443  (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Cats, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Kaeley is a sweet, loving and cuddly dog. She doesn't shed!! She loves to play and take walks. But she's most happy when she is snuggling with her owner! She would love a home that is quiet. She gets nervous around big groups. Kaeley is very loyal!

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Pasco County land o' lakes, FL MAP IT!

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kara Lujan 8137841350

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-17-00170Teak- 1-Owner Cutie (male)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered 

    We do not adopt outside of the Tampa Bay area. If interested in Teak, please email: InquiryForNewHorizonDogRescue@gmail.com. PLEASE include your name and phone number and the foster parent will contact you directly. This is a proud service we offer. Since we are a volunteer-based organization, our first priority is rescuing dogs in danger, providing exemplary care for our existing dogs, please understand you will only be contacted within 48 hours if the match is suitable. We thank you. 9.3 lbs 3 yrs of age Crate Trained Microchipped Good with other dogs Teak was taken from a rescue organization that's closing its doors. He is ... (Read More)part of The Brighter Horizon Project. When he first saw our representative coming through the gate Teak ran up to her and would not leave her side. He jumped up on her lap and made it clear he was going with her. Since with us, Teak has proven his personality soars. He walks brilliantly on a leash. When it's time to pick up after Teak goes to the bathroom, he looks up and waits until it's picked up! Teak loves, loves, loves to splash in water. Teak is fine as long as he's not manually forced into his crate or be taken off of someone's lap. Gentle direction and he goes in willingly on his own. Confident. Funny. Affectionate and of course, adorable! TEAK WILL BE ADOPTED ONLY TO AN ADOPTER WHO UNDERSTANDS HE WILL REACT IF HE FEELS THREATENED. TEAK DOES BEST WITH ONE SINGLE PERSON HE FULLY TRUSTS. TEAK CAN BE A BRAT! Teak requires one mature person who is willing to correct his bratty behavior if it does surface. Thanks! We do not deprive our dogs out of the long and healthy life they deserve. Grain-free foods, only, are provided to our dogs. There is no reason to feed a dog the same manufactured food month after month. A new formula (different manufacturer) is what a dog needs biologically, otherwise a dog's system weakens. The below is a list of NO-NO foods from Dog Food Scoop: Abady Dog Food Alpo Dog Food Beneful Dog Food Bil Jac Dog Food Diamond Dog Food (Plain, Regular Formula) Good Life Recipe Iams Dog Food Kasco Dog Food Kibbles 'n Bits Dog Food Ol' Roy Dog Food Pedigree Dog Food Purina Pro Plan Dog Food Purina One Dog Food Science Diet Dog Food Tuffy's Dog Food (Less)

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New Horizon Dog Rescue
Pinellas County St Petersburg, FL MAP IT!

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Animal ID: 17-152Benny (male)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Health: Neutered 

    Benny is an adorable 4 year old, a little too thin 5-pound yorkie mix. He is being fostered in Zephyrhills, FL. UPDATED BIO 09/13/2017: Benny has been doing well in his foster home, although he has had a few challenges to overcome since arriving. He has been neutered, updated on all his vaccinations and had a dental cleaning. He has begun eating better and is putting on a little weight - Benny's ideal weight should be about 7 lbs. Benny appears to be good with older children, but will growl when other household pets approach him. This appears to be a guarding behavior since he really loves the attention he is receiving and loves his ... (Read More)human(s). He doesn't snap at other dogs, but only growls and his foster parents are working with him on this inappropriate behavior. Benny was previously living Alabama in an outdoor pen with a pig, both of whom lacked love or any human interaction. Now that he has lots of human attention from his foster mom & dad, Benny absolutely loves to snuggle and have his belly rubbed. When bedtime arrives, he runs to his humans' bed and will snuggle up-close to them. Benny also had not received any reinforcement regarding house-training, and initially had a tendency to lift his leg to mark in the house. Since he has been neutered, he wears a bellyband while in the house, and his foster parents are also working with him to properly housetrain him - it's a work in progress. Benny gets nervous when thunderstorms roll through, which is often in the Florida summers. He seeks to hide from the thunderstorms, so his foster parents have begun putting him in a crate so that he feels safe and secure during these storms. Otherwise, he is not crated. He is also nervous when riding in the car, but it's likely that prior to his rescue he never rode in a car. PLEASE NOTE: With the attention that Benny likes to receive, and his growling towards other animals, it is felt that this sweet boy would be happier in a home where he won't have to share the love with other animals. Initial bio 7-27-17 Benny's story starts in Alabama. One day these wonderful people were driving down the road. There in a backyard they spotted this very small, very dirty, hairy dog living in a pen in the backyard with a Pot-bellied pig. There was a bowl of water, but no food. This sad dog was so thin you could see his ribs and bones. He could barely lift his head to look up at them, but he gave them a wag of his tail to let them know he was happy to see a kind face. These wonderful people knew they could not leave him there in that awful condition. They knocked on the door and somehow, some way, they convinced the people living there to let them take this dog with them. They quickly grabbed him and put him in their car before the people could change their mind. And so Benny was on his way to Florida. Unfortunately these wonderful people were staying in a motel and could only have two dogs there, so they snuck Benny in since they had their own two dogs with them. They knew they could not keep Benny locked in a motel room for very long. They also discovered that Benny was not the best boy on the trip from Alabama to Florida. They travel a lot and he was not a good traveler. These wonderful people asked United Yorkie Rescue to please find this sweet baby a home where he will be treated with love and given the care he so desperately needs. Benny is now settling into his foster home. He is having some stomach issues that we hope are not too concerning. Benny will be taken to the vet very soon. He needs to gain at least a pound or two, so he will be given a healthy diet to fatten him up a bit. Benny is not yet house trained. He never had the need to learn manners because he was outside all the time in a pen with the little pig. It is most likely Benny was eating anything and everything he could find in that pen, which could be part of the reason for his stomach problems. Benny will need all his vaccinations, his neuter, and most likely a dental. It is possible none of that will happen until he is healthy and has some more weight on his tiny bones and his stomach issues are resolved. The vet will be able to tell us more very soon. Please follow Benny's progress on his Looking for Love bio and on our Facebook page. Benny may not be ready for adoption for a while, but he could sure use any donations, prayers, and good wishes you want to send his way as he begins his long road to health. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: 450. Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Florida

Contact:
Elaine

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Animal ID: 17-151Harley (male)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Harley is a 10 month old, 10 pound Silky Terrier Mix puppy. Harley recently had Liver Shunt surgery to save his life. Harley is being fostered in Dunedin, FL. UPDATED BIO 10/04/2017: Harley's follow-up appointment went great and the Bile Acids Test showed that his surgery was a success! He is only a puppy, but is on his way to the rest of his life, which will be a much healthier and happier life due to the life-saving Liver Shunt surgery he received. Harley's vetting expenses are currently $2,475.29, so United Yorkie Rescue is hopeful that we can continue to raise a majority of these vetting costs so that we will be able to help other ... (Read More)little medically-needy dogs like Harley. Without the Liver Shunt surgery, Harley would not have lived a very long life '|'| Harley and United Yorkie Rescue want to thank those of you who have so generously donated - from the bottom of our hearts. UPDATED BIO 09/27/2017: Good News! Harley had his Liver Shunt surgery on August 7th and is doing really great. He has his follow-up appointment with the surgeon on October 3rd, so stay tuned for some additional information after this appointment. His Bile Acids will be re-checked to determine if the surgery was successful (and it appears to be!), and once that determination is made, Harley can go back to eating regular dog food instead of the RX food he has been eating. Harley is a playful 10 month old puppy and loves his toys. He is still learning proper puppy manners and will get protective of his toys, but he is learning from the other dogs, and his foster parents are also working with him on this. He has not yet been on-leash, but is wearing a harness. His foster parents had to evacuate during Hurricane Irma and their back-yard fence was torn down, so walking Harley has not been possible recently. House-training is a work in progress, but with consistency and repetition, he will get it quickly - he's a smart little boy. Harley gets along great with all the other dogs in the home, and lots to play non-stop with Jazzy girl, one of the resident dogs. His little tail goes a mile a minute most of the time. Harley is such a sweetheart of a puppy; he loves to crawl up on foster mom & dad's chests and give lots of kisses. He is a sensitive little guy and gets his feelings hurt fairly easily. What does this mean? Well, his foster parents can see the sadness in his eyes (he literally pouts with his eyes) when he isn't allowed up on their chests. Bless his heart. However, most of the time, Harley is just a big frumpy puppy who doesn't have a care in the world. Why should he have any cares? He's an adorable and happy puppy and is waiting for his forever home to find him. Could that be your home? (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $650 Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Florida

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Animal ID: 17-119Ava (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Updated bio 8-29-18 Ava is about 2 years old and weighs 7 pounds. She is a Yorkie mix. Ava is being fostered in Orlando, FL. Hi again, It's me, sweet adorable Ava. Wait until I tell you the latest about me. I hardly remember when I saw my foster mom for the first time. I was so anemic; she immediately took me to the dogtor. I was so weak, I couldn't keep my head up and I didn't want to eat. The dogtor gave me a blood transfusion, which only helped a little bit. The dogtor thought I'd feel so much better, but I didn't. She began to think I might have a different type of anemia. She was right. I had Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia, much more ... (Read More)serious than Iron Deficiency Anemia. My immune system is actually attacking the red blood cells that my little body makes. This is not good. Without those good red cells, I get tired real fast. On the good side, my dogtor gave me some good medicine and I feel so much better now. I'm not cured and I will probably have to take medicine for the rest of my life. I will also need to have blood work every six months to see if I'm on the right dose of my medicine. Just so you know, my medicine does not cost a lot of money. It is pretty cheap medicine so that is good; at least my foster mom thinks so. I don't know much about money. I'm two years old and I feel like I could conquer the world. My foster mom says I'm a 'special needs' little girl, whatever that means. I just know that I love to play with my toys and chase lizards in the backyard. I didn't know they could be so fast, but I keep trying to catch them. I have no idea what I'd do with the silly thing if I did catch one. My foster mom says I have to be the only pet in my new, adult only, furever home. You see, because my immune system is compromised, I cannot have vaccinations. Yay, I think. But that also means I can't go to the doggy park or go for walks in my new neighborhood or go to the groomer. Boo! But my foster mom is always looking out for me and she found a groom who comes right to our house. Mostly because I can't go on walks, I need to have a fenced yard to do my business in and chase those lizards. I do like to eat and I always clean my plate. I love the food my foster mom feeds me. I like it when she gives me a bath too. I love to lie on her lap. I especially love it when she holds me like a baby and talks to me and I understand every word she says. I take Heartguard to keep those nasty heartworms away. I am even microchipped. In case I get lost, I can find my way back to you. I am a good alarm. If I hear something that doesn't sound right, I let my foster mom know. She says I do a good job. And she loves that I am housebroken. As much as I love my foster mom, I know there are other doggies out there that need her help. She has helped me so much, but it's almost time for me to move on to my furever home. Wouldn't you like to be my new mom or dad? C'mon, you know you want to. I may be special needs, but I am so loving and adorable you would be getting the greatest little girl ever. Ava has been a very sick little girl. She is about 2 years old and 7.5 pounds. She is a yorkie mix. Ava is being fostered in Orlando, FL. UPDATED BIO 7/13/2017: Ava is feelng better and wanted to update everyone who has been following her progress with an update. Here's what Ava had to say: Well - I had my bloodwork rechecked today and I have good news to share. My red blood count is in the normal range! Yeah for me! Even with the multiple blood draws (boy, did I hate that and I wasn't very nice to her), I am so happy she now knows what is wrong with me. I have a condition known as Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA). This means that my red blood cells are being attacked by my body and they die before they are supposed to. But, with the good medicine the dogtor gave me, I'm feeling so much better. She said I will probably have to take this medicine forever. I don't mind as long as I continue to feel good. My foster mom says she's happy that I'm doing so well. I make her laugh when I play with my toys and especially when I run around the house playing chase with her. I love to go for car rides and walks. I can't walk in the heat for too long, because I tire so easily due to my anemia. Sometimes, my foster mom has to carry me home because I'm too tired. Thank goodness I only weigh 7.5 pounds. My ideal furever home is one with one adult, preferably someone who will be home all day long with me. No children, cats or other dogs, please. I need to be an only dog. I am a very sweet, loving little girl, but I want my new mom or dad to be my one and only. And I want to be their one and only furbaby to love. Updated bio 6-27-17 Little Ava was rescued from the shelter on June 19th. She was severely anemic due to a horrible flea infestation. She was extremely underweight and sick. Ave was taken immediately from the shelter to the vet, where the vet, the tech (Less)

 Adoption Fee: 375 Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Florida

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Animal ID: 17-124Grace (and Angel) (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed 

    Grace is a 2 year old Chorkie (Chihuahua/Yorkie Mix). Sweet Grace weighs only 6.5 pounds. She and her sister Angel are being fostered in Dunedin, FL. They must be adopted together. Their adoption fee is $695. UPDATED BIO 07/31/2017: Angel and Grace here. We don't understand why we haven't been snatched up yet by an adopter, even though foster mom says we are two of the coolest dogs she has ever fostered! Foster mom says our pictures just don't do us any justice, and we'd have to agree. We can't help it we're camera shy - okay, maybe a little bit chicken - whenever we see a camera pointed our way, but it's just that we've never seen one ... (Read More)before. Foster mom says you might wonder why we keep being called 'we'. Here's why. My sister and I are almost identical twins. We do everything together and often sleep piled onto each other (don't all sisters do that?). We love, love, love our human and we like to follow her around everywhere. Foster mom says we would bond very rapidly with anyone who adopts us. Note from Foster Mom: If you have a quiet home and are looking to adopt two dogs (these two are bonded and need to be adopted together) who will love and adore you, then fill out an application and we'll see if you're a good match. You will need to have to have a lot of time to spend with them, because they love to be able to sit on your lap, and if not on your lap, sitting close enough to always be touching you. UPDATED BIO 06/30/2017: What could possibly be cuter than a yorkie mix with an adorable personality? Here's what - TWO yorkie mixes with adorable personalities! Angel and Grace are a bonded pair and thought to be siblings. They are both about 2 years old and both as sweet as candy, and both appear to have the same precious personalities. After a visit to the dogtor, they are now current on their vaccinations and appear to be in excellent health. They also had a spa day and couldn't be any cuter. They will both be getting spay and dentals soon and then they will be ready for their forever home. Because these two are a bonded pair, they will need to be adopted together. What we know so far about Angel and Grace is that they ride in the car very well while in a crate. They both love to snuggle and be with their human all day, and will bond almost as soon as they are in your arms. They love sleeping in bed with their human, and will need to be allowed to do so. These sweet girls will quickly take over their owner's lap and affection, as well as the couch. These needy little princesses will likely push any other animals out of the picture in no time. Because of this, Foster Mom strongly feels that Angel & Grace need to be the only dogs in the home. PLEASE NOTE: Because of their small size they will need to be adopted with a family with children over 12 years old. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: Yes Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Florida

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Animal ID: 17-123Angel (and Grace) (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Angel is a 2 year old Chorkie (Chihuahua/Yorkie Mix). Little Angel weighs only about 6.5 pounds. She and her sister Grace are being fostered in Dunedin, FL. They must be adopted together. Their adoption fee is $695. UPDATED BIO 07/31/2017: Angel and Grace here. We don't understand why we haven't been snatched up yet by an adopter, even though foster mom says we are two of the coolest dogs she has ever fostered! Foster mom says our pictures just don't do us any justice, and we'd have to agree. We can't help it we're camera shy - okay, maybe a little bit chicken - whenever we see a camera pointed our way, but it's just that we've never seen ... (Read More)one before. Foster mom says you might wonder why we keep being called 'we'. Here's why. My sister and I are almost identical twins. We do everything together and often sleep piled onto each other (don't all sisters do that?). We love, love, love our human and we like to follow her around everywhere. Foster mom says we would bond very rapidly with anyone who adopts us. Note from Foster Mom: If you have a quiet home and are looking to adopt two dogs (these two are bonded and need to be adopted together) who will love and adore you, then fill out an application and we'll see if you're a good match. You will need to have to have a lot of time to spend with them, because they love to be able to sit on your lap, and if not on your lap, sitting close enough to always be touching you. UPDATED BIO 06/30/2017: What could possibly be cuter than a yorkie mix with an adorable personality? Here's what - TWO yorkie mixes with adorable personalities! Angel and Grace are a bonded pair and thought to be siblings. They are both about 2 years old and both as sweet as candy, and both appear to have the same precious personalities. After a visit to the dogtor, they are now current on their vaccinations and appear to be in excellent health. They also had a spa day and couldn't be any cuter. They will both be getting spay and dentals soon and then they will be ready for their forever home. Because these two are a bonded pair, they will need to be adopted together. What we know so far about Angel and Grace is that they ride in the car very well while in a crate. They both love to snuggle and be with their human all day, and will bond almost as soon as they are in your arms. They love sleeping in bed with their human, and will need to be allowed to do so. These sweet girls will quickly take over their owner's lap and affection, as well as the couch. These needy little princesses will likely push any other animals out of the picture in no time. Because of this, Foster Mom strongly feels that Angel & Grace need to be the only dogs in the home. PLEASE NOTE: Because of their small size they will need to be adopted with a family with children over 12 years old. (Less)

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United Yorkie Rescue
Florida

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Rescue Me ID: 17-07-07-00519Joffrey (male)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 

    Joffrey is a Chihuahua/Yorkie mix born in March 2017 of just 6lbs. He gets along with other dogs, kids and people (cats unknown). Learning to play and working on potty training. His cute nature will win any heart over. This little man is looking for nice warm home to be his own... All who wish to adopt from PPARAS MUST fill out an application. APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. Reference checks & home visits will be conducted. Download application at: pawpatrolanimalrescue.com

 Adoption Fee: 350 Animal Location:

Paw Patrol Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
Miami-Dade County Miami, FL MAP IT!

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Cristy Torres;
Annie Lopez-Garay;
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Animal ID: 17-122Baloo (male)

Yorkie    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Baloo is an adorable 11 year old, 13 pound yorkie boy. Baloo wants to be your one and only animal. He is being fostered in Clearwater, FL. Updated bio 8-30-17 Hello, I am Baloo. I am 11 years old and weigh a lucky 13 pounds. Right now I am living in Clearwater, FL in my foster home. Here's what you should know about me. I generally like to keep to myself and mind my own business. I do enjoy time with my owner but other then that I am content with my toys. I am in very good health. Have been through advanced obedience training I have no dental issues which is rare for my age, but I have been very well taken care of. And guess what? I am ... (Read More)house trained and a really good eater too. The perfect home would be a home with ABSOLUTELY no other pets or children. I like to have all the attention and love. I like a quiet environment and am looking for a stay at home person who likes the same. I do have a strong character so I need an owner who is familiar with dogs especially one with a snarky attitude a Yorkie can sometimes have because I will take over the house if you let me. You would have to rein me in a little and show me my boundaries. I really need a fenced/enclosed backyard to play in. I am not a dog park or neighborhood kind of dog. Don't be scared, I am friendly, loving, loyal, and obedient, and really pretty much maintenance free except for the required belly rub now and then. I look forward to meeting my new parent or parents. I will give you lots of kisses and love. Don't pass me by if you think you would like a special dog like me. UPDATED BIO 07/07/2017: Here's a note from Baloo: Hello future Parents Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Baloo and I am a mature gentleman at 11 years old. Because I have been taken such good care of at my most recent vet visit, I was found to be in excellent health and cleared to go to my forever home. My ideal home would be a home much like myself - older and retired. Why? Because we can sit around and watch the world go by. I'm not a fan of a lot of excitement and I don't bark much. I really just love to walk around the back yard (preferably fenced). I love toys. I am almost like a puppy in that regard and I bring them to bed with me. So now you know about me, and that I'm a laid-back gentleman. Oh! Now this is impressive. I have been to Obedience School and I can do a few tricks. Pretty cool, huh? There's something else you need to know. I want to be your one and only animal. That way, you can devote all of your attention to me - that's the way I like it! Please ask my Foster Parents any questions if you are interested in adopting and loving me. INITIAL 06-25-17: Baloo just arrived at this foster home today. He was so glad to be there. It seems there was this young dog in his former home that was not being very nice to Baloo. He wanted Baloo to play with him all the time and although Baloo is a young 11 year old fellow, he no longer has the energy of a puppy and he was just so unhappy. Baloo's mom knew Baloo needed a quiet, calm home where he would be the only dog. Baloo did great in the long car ride to his foster home. He is house-trained, walks nicely on a leash, and is a good eater. Baloo is a healthy dog and has many wonderful years left. He needs a home with no other dogs and no kids. He would love a stay-at-home mom and/or dad if that is possible. Baloo is settling into his foster home and already his foster mom and dad said he is one great dog and is loving the attention he is getting from them. Much more to come on this cutie as his foster parents get to know him. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: 125.00 Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Clearwater, FL MAP IT!

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Scott

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-29-00154DUCHESS (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Duchess is a yorkie/Norfolk/Papillion mix of 2 years and just 11 lbs. She is sweet natured with willingness to please. She loves her person and will follow you around the home. Walks well on leash, gets along with other dogs, and LOVES to chase balls and toys! Car rides with the wind in her hair are super fun for her. She all ready knows sit, down and wait. We would love to place her in a home with a buddy to play with and a nice fenced in yard. She is a pleasure to add to your home. All who wish to adopt from PPARAS MUST fill out an application. APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. Reference checks & home visits will be conducted. ... (Read More)Download application at: pawpatrolanimalrescue.com (Less)

 Adoption Fee: 350 Animal Location:

Paw Patrol Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
Miami-Dade County Miami, FL MAP IT!

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Cristy Torres;
Annie Lopez-Garay;
fax 305-675-2333

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-21-00355DiDi (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    DiDi is available for foster or adoption. We are a foster-based rescue and always looking for fosters! Didi is currently fostered in Lakeland, FL (Polk County). DiDi is a fun, loving and adorable 6 lb, 1-year-old terrier mix, possibly Yorkie or Australian Terrier. She is up-to-date on vaccines and preventives, microchipped and spayed. She is good with other dogs, cats and respectful kids. DiDi walks well on a leash, is getting used to the crate, and is still working on housetraining. She can be a little snippy when being groomed and around food, so she needs a family willing to work with her. DiDi enjoys chewing on bones, chasing other dogs, ... (Read More)playing with her toys and most of all snuggling! DiDi would do well in most any family that is willing to give her the time and patience she needs to thrive. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $300 Animal Location:

Ewenity Farm, Herding Dog Haven
Manatee County Bradenton, FL 34211 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-04-20-00450Mika (female)

Yorkie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Mika is a 4-year-old Chorkie weighing about 8 pounds. She is a special case that came to us with a back injury causing partial paralysis. She now stands and walks completely on her own! Mika is all up to date on her shots, spayed, and micro chipped! She is looking for a home that will continue to work towards building her muscle mass and that is home often. She loves everyone and enjoys cuddling and extra attention! (Adoption Donation $225)

 Adoption Fee: $225.00 Animal Location:

Zeena's Sanctuary & Pet Rescue, Inc.
Orange County Orlando, FL 32807 MAP IT!

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Animal ID: 17-007Yogi FL (male)

Yorkie    Age: Senior

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Yogi is 10 years old and weighs 9-1/2 lbs. He is being fostered in Zephyrhills, FL. UPDATED BIO 09/13/2017: Yogi continues to thrive amazingly well in his foster home. He is such a gentleman and also a sweetheart. He shows his affection for his foster mom and dad by giving kisses and always desires to be around them. Yogi is well-adjusted and gets along with kids, cats and other dogs. Yogi loves to sit next to his foster parents or on their laps when they are sitting on the couch. When evening comes around and he's ready for bed, he will bark and head into his foster parents' bedroom and ask to be put on the bed. Yes, Yogi is ... (Read More)spoiled, but it is certainly well-deserved since he is such a good boy. Because of Yogi's congenital bone deformity in both his front legs, he does need help getting up and down from the couch and/or bed, but it certainly doesn't stop him from getting around or enjoying his walks. Because of his history with bladder stones, he does need to stay on his special diet to prevent him from developing future stones. Because of his special diet, he requires frequent potty breaks, but at the same time he's gets to enjoy outside time. Yogi sleeps throughout the night with no potty breaks. Yogi's perfect forever home would be one with a stay-at-home person or couple, or retirees that had a lot of time to spend with this sweet boy. Yogi loves being with his humans and has enjoyed being in a foster home where he hasn't been left alone for any long periods of time. Could that home be your's? UPDATED BIO 05/17/2017: Yogi continues to thrive in his foster home. He has now become more alert and energetic. He loves going for his walks, and Foster Mom and Dad are teaching him that he is not the leader, but the follower, lol! Yogi is a happy boy who has adjusted very well to his surroundings and to his foster parents who think he's just as sweet and loving as can be. Yogi does have some interesting qualities about him, which just give him such character. He was born with congenital bone deformities in both front legs. This causes his ankles to buckle up under him when he walks for long periods of time, but he has been building muscle and his ankles don't buckle as often as when he first arrived. When this happens, he will fall forward, but if he is on a walk, pulling up on his leash/harness seems to relieve the pressure on his ankles and it helps him to walk better. There is no pain involved, and since Yogi has always had this condition, he just pops right back up and moves forward with his walk. What a trooper he is! Yogi is a smart little fella; he is both house-trained and crate-trained. He travels well in the car and loves being with his foster mom and dad, whether he is sitting next to them or on their laps. He just loves his human companionship and also enjoys taking up space in your bed if you allow it! Yogi is a special little character who loves life and has managed to overcome any adversity he has faced. And he has done it with a delightful personality, joy in his heart and a happy attitude. He will bring a lot of love and companionship to a new family - could that be your's? UPDATED BIO 04/15/2017: Yogi continues to do great in his foster home. He is still waiting on his forever home -Yogi's perfect home would be with an empty-nester or retired couple who want a perfect gentleman who loves to sleep in bed with you and will bring much joy into your life. Yogi's seasonal allergies are being treated with Benadryl and his cough and tonsil inflammation have resolved - thank goodness. Although Yogi has a few challenges in his life, he is a trooper and loves being a beloved canine companion in his foster home. He is ready to spread his love even further to his forever family. This little fella has been patiently waiting for someone to show him some love and apply to adopt him as their very own little four-legged prince. He's a real treasure - don't let this special little man get away. He has brought so much love and happiness to his foster parents, and he is ready to do the same for his forever family. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $175 Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
Zephyrhillis, FL 33541 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 16-12-26-00258Smokie (male)

Yorkie    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: High Energy, Very Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Smokie is a sweet boy, only with me. He is good with Adults. He is very aggressive with other dogs and with his food. I have a different job location and do not want him in his crate such long hours and would like to find him a good, loving home.

 Adoption Fee: $25 Animal Location:

Hillsborough County Tampa, FL MAP IT!

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Animal ID: 16-169Nemo FL (male)

Yorkie    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Nemo is an adorable 7 year old, 9.5 lb male yorkie who is being fostered in West Palm Beach. UPDATED BIO 10/08/2017: Guess who had a birthday? Nemo did! Yep, he's been in UYR for a year now! Wow, can you believe that?! Most of that time he has not been available for adoption. Why you may ask? Well, Nemo came into UYR with serious skin issues which were initially diagnosed as an over-abundance of yeast, so we were treating that condition for many months. However, even though he had improved a bit, his skin was still irritated and red, so he went to a veterinarian dermatologist. The dermatologist discovered that Nemo had a ... (Read More)bacterial skin infection, and put him on oral antibiotics as well as other medications. Medicated baths become a routine part of his care. After being on the medication for several months, Nemo went back for a re-check on October 3rd. The good news is that he finished with the oral antibiotics and doesn't need more. The bad news is that he still has a skin infection, and will need the medicated baths 2x per week until his recheck on January 3rd. He will remain in UYR foster care in the same loving home he has been in for the past year. Since Nemo has to be bathed so frequently, foster mom felt that he would be much more comfortable if he was shaved down as close as possible, especially since he has very thick hair. Not to fear, Nemo won't get cold as he lives in warm, sunny South Florida. Nemo has also put on some weight and is back up to 10 lbs, so he is on a doggie diet again. His foster parents haven't been overfeeding him, but they realized he has been getting into the cat and dog food that was on the floor of the pantry. What a smart little stinker! Foster mom has now relocated those bags so that nothing 'food-related' is in Nemo's reach! Nemo's perfect home would be one with at least one stay-at-home parent and a fenced-in yard. Even though he won't be available for adoption for several months, if you are interested in giving Nemo a forever home, please feel free to communicate via email with his foster mom (email addy below) or submit an adoption application for him, with the understanding he will be in foster care for at least 3 additional months. Please check back after January 4, 2018 to see Nemo's status. BIO 09/20/2017: Nemo is an approximately 7 year old yorkie (new age!) who weighs about 9 lbs and is being fostered in West Palm Beach. We have had Nemo for almost a year, and he is now 1 year older! Nemo came from a local shelter in terrible condition. One of his issues is that he had a terrible skin infection and was missing much of his hair. He had developed thick, black, painful skin where the infection was. We had initially treated him for a yeast infection, and he got better, but after 10 months, we realized he was not where he needed to be, so he was take to a specialist. There it was discovered that he no longer had a yeast infection, but actually had a bacterial infection. The vet believed he has air borne allergies, so he is currently on antibiotics, as well as antihistamines and anti-itching pills. He is going back to the vet in October, and won't be available until after his vet visit. Nemo also has an issue called Diabetes Insipidus, a condition where his pituitary gland does not work properly and he drinks too much water. He is on a medication to help regulate this. Nemo is house-trained but he needs to go out regularly or he will have accidents. Nemo lives with other dogs and cats. He gets along with them, but he would do best in an environment with low-key animals that are friendly. He can have a bit of a Napoleon attitude with other dogs that he doesn't know when he is out on his leash, so he is not a good dog to bring to the dog park, and he should never be off-leash as his 2nd favorite thing to do is chase squirrels (eating is his 1st favorite thing to do). Nemo is a pretty low-key little dude himself, and after his morning walk, is pretty happy just chilling on the couch. He loves his squeaky toys and his bones, and he loves to eat! We put him in a little tent at meal time, otherwise, he would eat the other dogs' food. For a video of Nemo going into his little tent to eat, click here: https://youtu.be/mNpm0aDgSX4 Nemo needs to have fenced-in yard and would do best with someone who is home at least part of the https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fiXOPOkWTU (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

United Yorkie Rescue
West Palm Beach, FL MAP IT!

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Yorkie in Florida
    Yorkie Dogs can make good pets in Florida if they match your IifestyIe. The Yorkshire Terrier is a cute, spunky little dog with a true Terrier temperament. Yorkies can be dog aggressive and wary of strangers. Yorkshire Terriers are loving and devoted to their people and do fine with children who respect them. Yorkies respond well to firm, consistent obedience training but may require patience when housebreaking. They do fine in an apartment but need to play and be taken on a daily walk.

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    Yorkies were bred to hunt rats in the mines of north England. Yorkies used to be much larger but have gradually been bred down to become a miniature breed. Yorkies have been popular ladies' lap dogs for many years.

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Clay County - Orange Park, Florida 32073
Clay County Humane Society Vet Clinic 904-276-7729

St. Johns County - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Bear Foundation 904-285-4687

St. Johns County - St. Augustine, Florida 32086
St. Augustine Humane Society 904-829-2737

Volusia County - Daytona Beach 32114
Animal Rescue, Need, and Intervention 386-267-0277

Volusia County - Daytona Beach, FL 32120
Halifax Humane Society 386-274-4703

Flagler County - Palm Coast, Florida 32137
Flagler Humane Society 386-445-1814

Duval County - Jacksonville, Florida 32239
First Coast No More Homeless Pets 888-772-9352

Duval County - Jacksonville 32254
City of Jacksonville Animal Care 904-425-0005

Leon County - Tallahassee, FL 32303
Animal Aid 850-386-4148

Bay County - Panama City, FL 32405
The Humane Society of Bay County 850-763-3923

Okaloosa County - Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549
Panhandle Animal Welfare Society 850-243-1525

Alachua County - Gainesville 32609
Alachua County Humane Society 352-373-5855

Alachua County - 4205 N.W 6th St., Gainesville, Florida 32609
Operation PetSnip 352-376-6647

Alachua County - Gainesville, FL 32614
Operation Catnip - Gainesville 352-380-0940

Volusia County - DeLand 32720
West Volusia Humane Society 386-734-2450

Seminole County - Sanford 32773
SPCA of Central Florida 407-323-8685

Brevard County - Titusville, FL 32780
SPCA of North Brevard Wellness Clinic 321-269-0536

Orange County - Orlando 32792
CARE Feline Rescue Services 407-522-2617

Orange County - Orlando, FL 32839
Orange County Animal Services 407-352-4390

Orange County - Orlando 32839
Orange County Animal Services 407-254-9240

Orange County - Orlando, FL 32839
SPCA of Central Florida - Orlando 407-351-7722

Brevard County - Cocoa, Florida 32922
United Humanitarians 321-636-7002

Brevard County - Cocoa, FL 32923
Space Coast Feline Network 321-633-2040

Brevard County - Melbourne, FL 32935
Sarno Animal Hospital 321-254-1754

Brevard County - Melbourne 32935
Florida Aid to Animals 321-242-9826

Broward County - Hollywood, Florida 33019
Animal Birth Control of Broward, Inc. 954-962-0825

Broward County - Hollywood 33024
Discount Spay Neuter Vaccination Clinic 954-989-9879

Broward County - Davie 33024
Discount Pet Clinic 954-989-9879

Broward County - Pompano Beach, Florida 33064
Broward County Animal Care 954-970-0130

Miami-Dade County - Miami 33128
Miami-Dade Police Animal Services 305-884-1101

Miami-Dade County - Miami 33159
Humane Society of Greater Miami 305-238-8322

Miami-Dade County - Miami 33159
The Cat Network 305-255-3482

Miami/Dade County - Miami, FL 33166
Miami-Dade Mobile Animal Clinic 305-884-SPAY

Broward County - Fort Lauderdale 33304
ARFF's Mobile Spay Neuter Clinic 954-727-2733

Broward County - Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
Broward Humane Society M.A.S.H. 954-266-6826

- Lauderhill 33313
Pet Aid League 954-463-7729

Broward County - Fort Lauderdale 33315
Broward County Animal Care 954-359-1313

Palm Beach County - West Palm Beach 33409
Humane Society of Palm Beaches 561-686-3663

Palm Beach County - West Palm Beach, Florida 33411
Palm Beach County Spay Shuttle 561-233-7729

Palm Beach County - Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Boca Raton Animal Shelter 407-351-8771

Broward County - Deerfield Beach, Florida 33441
National Humane Society Mobile Clinic 954-425-0316

Palm Beach County - Jupiter, Florida 33468
Safe Harbor Animal Rescue 561-747-1598

Palm Beach County - Palm Beach, FL 33480
Palm Beach Cat Rescue 561-655-8245

Hillsborough County - Odessa, Florida 33556
Animal Coalition of Tampa 813-818-9381

Hillborough County - Tampa, FL 33606
Animal Coalition of Tampa 813-250-3900

Pinellas County - Tampa, FL 33607
Humane Society of Tampa Bay 813-876-7138

Hillsborough County - Tampa, FL 33607
Humane Society of Tampa Bay 813-870-3304

Lee County - Naples 33699
Humane Society of Lee County 941-332-0364

Lee County - Naples, Florida 33699
Planned Pethood 941-353-2273

Pinellas County - Clearwater, Florida 33759
Humane Society of Pinellas 813-797-7722

Pinellas County - Largo 33774
Pinellas County Animal Services 727-582-2600

Pinellas County - Largo 33774
SPCA of Pinellas County 727-586-3591

Polk County - Lakeland 33813
SPCA, Inc. 863-646-7722

Polk County - Dundee 33838
Kritter Kastle 863-439-7729

Highlands County County - Sebring, Florida 33876
Highlands County Animal Control 863-655-6475

Polk County - Winter Haven, FL 33880
Polk County Animal Services 863-499-2600

- Winter Haven 33881
Humane Society of Polk County 863-324-5227

Lee County - Fort Myers, FL 33903
Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic 941-652-0596

Lee County - Fort Myers 33911
S.P.A.Y.-L.E.E. Inc 239-936-2727

Lee County - Fort Myers, Florida 33912
Lee County Animal Services 239-432-2083

Charlotte County - Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980
Animal Welfare League 941-625-6720

Sarasota County - Englewood, Florida 34224
Suncoast Humane Society 941-474-7884

Sarasota County - Sarasota 34236
Animal Rescue Coalition 941-957-1955

Sarasota County - Sarasota, Florida 34237
Humane Society of Sarasota County 941-955-4131

Sarasota County - Nokomis, FL 34274
St. Francis Animal Rescue of Venice 941-492-6200

Citrus County - Inverness, Florida 34451
Humanitarians of Florida, Inc 352-563-2311

Marion County - Ocala, FL 34480
Humane Society of Marion County 352-854-8230

Marion County - Ocala, Florida 34480
Marion County Animal Center 352-245-0908

Hernando County - Brooksville, FL 34601
PetLuv Clinic 352-799-9990

Pasco County - New Port Richey 34654
Pet Aid Service Society, Inc. 727-264-SPAY

Pasco County - Port Richey, FL 34668
Pasco Animal Welfare Society 727-819-1910

Martin County - Jensen Beach 34957
SPCA of Treasure Coast 772-334-0636

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or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
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