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Laid-back Daisy Mae loves kids, other hounds and tons of cuddle time

Daisy Mae, Rosebud, Cash and Bishop are looking for their forever homes.
These pups need a forever home. Meet Rosebud, Cash, Bishop and Daisy. [handout]
These pups need a forever home. Meet Rosebud, Cash, Bishop and Daisy. [handout]
Published Feb. 10

Hernando

Rosebud [Hernando County Animal Services]

Rosebud

D#10322862 – At Hernando County Animal Services. Rosebud is an adorable tan and white female terrier mix, approximately 2 years old. She was found off Crested Orchid Drive in Brooksville. She is a sweet, friendly, happy little girl. She is spayed, micro-chipped, vaccinated, heartworm tested and will have a 1-year county animal license at the time of adoption. Visiting hours are Tuesday-Friday 9:30-4:30 and Saturday 10-3. Adoption fees are $50 for adult dogs over 25 pounds, $70 for puppies and small dogs under 25 pounds, $25 for heartworm positive and senior dogs, $20 for adult cats and $40 for kittens. For more information/availability please contact Hernando County Animal Services at (352) 796-5062, or AC@hernando.fl.us.

Pasco

Cash [Pasco County Animal Services]

Cash is available for adoption at Pasco County Animal Services, 19640 Dogpatch Lane, Land O’ Lakes. He is an active dog and is looking for a family who is just as active as he is. Because Cash is so active, he would be best in a home with no children under 5 years old. The shelter is open noon to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and noon to 6:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Email to adoptionpartners@mypasco.net.

Pinellas

Bishop [SPCA Tampa Bay]

Bishop

Bishop is available for adoption at SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130th Ave N, Largo. He is only 10-months old but has been through more than most dogs. He’s a sweet and affectionate boy but a birth defect in his hind legs has made it difficult for him to find a new family. While Bishop gets around okay, he will require surgery in the future and needs a loving home that can provide him with the appropriate medical care and be patient while he grows out of his puppy stage. SPCA is open Wednesday-Friday 1p.m-7:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m-6 p.m. Learn more about this pet on our website at SPACTampaBay.org. All pets are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Visit SPCA on facebook.com/SPCATampaBay or instagram.com/SPCATampaBay/.

Hillsborough

Daisy [Second Chance Friends]

Daisy Mae

Do you prefer daisies to long-stem reds? Meet your match in Miss Daisy Mae. She’s the anti-diva, the nice girl next door! Daisy Mae was discovered at a public shelter where she’d grown ill from exposure and stress. Her soft, sweet nature soon captured the hearts of foster volunteers who’ve successfully nursed her since November. Daisy is a laid-back lady that loves kids, other hounds, short walks, and tons of cuddle time. She’s not a danger to cats, but they’re not really her cup of tea. Daisy prefers a fenced-in yard and a sun-bathing doggie play pal. She’s housebroken, gentle, and cuter than cupid! Meet, greet, and adopt this Valentine in person on Sunday, Feb. 16 from noon-4 at Bullfrog Creek Brewing on Lithia-Pinecrest Road in Valrico. Everyone’s welcome at the fun, free “Market Day with the Dogs” bash. All adoptables come fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, and more from SecondChanceFriends.org. Find info on Facebook @SecondChanceFriendsInc.

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