Last week, we featured Jill in this spot. This week, it's Jack — a gentleman terrier who always believes ladies should go first. Jack and Jill are bonded strays who were found wandering hungry and abandoned near a local animal hospital in Plant City. A doting foster family has housebroken both of them and provided other life skills as well. The pair is now healthy and ready for a home. Adopt them together or separately — fully spayed/neutered, vaccinated, health-checked and more — by contacting Second Chance Friends at SaveABoxer.org.
Jack the terrier
Humane Society of the Nature CoastChaz is a 5-year-old chow mix. He loves to play and get lots of belly rubs. Chaz is hoping to find a home with older children and no cats. He has been neutered, microchipped and is current on his vaccinations. He is ...
Hernando County Animal ServicesMischief is a female dilute torti. Despite her name, Mischief is very sweet and loves affection. She has been spayed, microchipped and is current on her vaccinations. Inquiries about adopting Mischief or other dogs and ...
Courtesy of Humane Society of the Nature CoastRue is a sweet, 7-month-old pit bull terrier looking for a good home. She is happy playing with her toys quietly alone or with other dogs. Rue has a light brown brindle coat, soulful eyes and is a little ...
So, you went to a parade and a hockey game broke out? No worries, pirate, no penalty box because Razzle the Bengal doesn’t really "check" Fizzle the Tiger kitten. But the young all-stars sure do love wrestling to exhaustion and stealing cat naps on t...
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