Adoption Follow Up – Helping Ninna at Home Did you know that because of our long-standing life-long Adoption Follow-Up & Support program, we are able to share stories like Ninna’s? …
Canine Center Florida
We have a soft spot for all of the dogs that come to Canine Center Florida (CCF), but some just work their way into our hearts a little bit deeper. Patton (whose friends call him Tuna) has been with us far too long. It’s never our goal to keep dogs here long term; we want them to have opportunities to move on and find their own people and places.
For years, Pretty Girl was “feral” and was having litters of puppies in the woods. Many concerned citizens had tried to catch her for six months. When a nice family finally caught her, they did everything they could think of to adopt her with love and care, but at that point, Pretty Girl was completely wild. She wouldn’t let anyone touch her and scampered off when approached.
Zoey is a proud graduate of Canine Center Florida (CCF) and we have unbelievable news to share about her incredible journey! Thanks to your steadfast support, Zoey will soon be transferred to the Throw Away Dogs Project to be an Arson Detection Dog!
After living the majority of his life in a shelter, Spot gets a new, well-deserved chance at a better life!
Imagine what it must be like for a dog to end up in a noisy and hectic shelter. Your family has abandoned you and you don’t understand why. You can’t tell your new caretakers what you need to feel safe and secure and you have no idea what is going to happen next.
Smoke originally showed up at Lake City Humane Society as a stray. He was adopted and returned two months later. He also lived in a foster home with another male dog, where he was reported to growl at the other dog and guard his bed from him. LCHS reported wariness of strangers, especially men.