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Audrey Hepburn, a Maltese/Yorkie mix
 
Audrey Hepburn is a nine month old female Maltese/Yorkie mix and she weighs about 10 pounds. Her foster mom says, "Audrey Hepburn is the perfect name for this little girl, as she is quite dramatic and charming. You can't help but fall for her charms! Audrey is a sweet girl, who just loves to entertain you. She is playful and when she is done, she's ready to curl up on the couch for a snuggle and movie time. 
 
Audrey is crate trained, and house trained on a schedule. She loves, loves to go outside and play with you, so a fenced yard is a must. She would love a home with older kids and someone home a lot. Audrey loves to play, so another young playful fur sibling would be great for her, but older dogs won't really appreciate her energy level. This is one very special girl, looking for a very, very special family!" Audrey is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on heart worm prevention and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $300.
 
 

Meeko, a Westie/Maltese mix
 
Meeko is a 2 year old male Westie/Maltese mix and he weighs about 11 pounds! His foster mom says, "Meeko is a charming, energetic and inquisitive little guy who is looking for his furever home. He loves a good game of fetch or just romping around with some toys. It took him about a week to warm up to my dog, but now he loves to wrestle, play and chase. What he loves most is attention from his human- belly rubs, ear scratches or snuggles, it is all welcomed. He's very smart. Since he's been with me, he has learned to sit, lay down and roll over! He aims to please! He is pretty good with housetraining, but he has had a few oopsies. When kept on a consistent schedule, he does very well. He also goes into his crate voluntarily, because he knows good things happen to dogs in their crates (yay, treat time!!). He sleeps in his crate and does really well, he's out when the lights go off. Meeko is currently fostered in an apartment that has a fantastic view of the parking lot, which he hates. When he sees or hears a person or dog in the parking lot, he feels the need to bark, bark, bark at them. 
 

For his sanity (and yours), he should be adopted into a single family detached home. (No apartments.) Meeko does not enjoy meeting strange humans or dogs in his outside time, so a fenced in back yard is a must. This will ensure he can potty and play without the fear of stranger danger lurking around the corner. He also startles fairly easily, so his new family should not have any small children. Since his protection instincts run so high, it is really important that one of his new family members can assume the role of alpha, to keep him in his place as a beloved (non-alpha) dog. This sweet guy will add lots of character and excitement to his new home! " Meeko is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heart worm negative, microchipped and has had his teeth cleaned! He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $275. 

 
 

Duke, a Maltese/Poodle mix
 
Duke is a 4 year old male Malti-poo and he weighs about 18 pounds! Duke had a rough start in life, coming from a puppy mill/hoarding situation, and has learned that not all humans are bad. He does take some time to warm up to you, and can be nervous around strangers. For that reason, a home with a fenced yard would be best, so that he doesn't have to be leashed walked for potty-time. His foster mom says: Duke is a very sweet boy! 
 
He has come a long way in the time we have had him with us - he has learned to play well with the other dogs and share! He is eating well and is housetrained. He sits on command and is very food motivated! He sleeps in his crate quietly and will snuggle up on the couch once he knows you are his buddy! Duke is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heart worm negative and microchipped. He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $250.
 
 

Yogi, a Shih Tzu
 
Yogi is a three year old male Shih Tzu and he weighs about 10 pounds! His foster mom says, "He definitely deserves to be spoiled with healthy treats to plump him up a little more. Yogi’s fur should be a buff tan color, once he grows his hair back out. If you’re looking for a very affectionate soul with beautiful deep, round eyes that melts your heart, then Yogi is your pup! Since he is young, he is quite active and would like someone to play with him, human or a fellow animal. He’s working on his housetraining. This sweetheart is looking for his “forever” home, so that he can grow 
 
with you and create those lasting memories together. Young Yogi is very bright; he learned how to “sit” on command on the first night, with minimal effort. You’ll find him swaying like a cat trying to rub against the people he likes. He enjoys pouncing on soft squeaky toys. Miss the sound of pitter patter around the house? Adopt Yogi and he’ll happily run towards your welcoming arms. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heart worm negative, microchipped and has had his teeth cleaned! Yogi is fostered in the Orlando area and his adoption donation is $275.
 
 

Ranger, a Schnauzer/Yorkie mix
 

 Ranger is a 4-5 year old male Schnauzer/Yorkie mix and he weighs about 9 pounds. His foster mom sent us this, from him, "Hi! My name is Ranger but my foster Mom calls me SUPERDOG! She says I am really super because I LOVE to be loved on and because although I am small, I can jump right up onto her tall bed! And that is a good thing because I love to sleep on that bed, cuddled right up next to her, or my foster Dad. I LOVE attention! I don’t think there is anything more cool in this world than PEOPLE! If you stop petting me, I will ask you to please not stop! But if you still stop, I will be a good boy and go lay down. I love to play and relax and watch tv too. I am a very quiet and a good boy. I am crate trained, although I will cry a little at first. I don’t like to be separated much from my favorite things (PEOPLE) ever! I prefer to have my people close to me. I would love to be in a home where someone is home with me most of the time. But if they have to go out, I will wait for them to come home. I get along great with the dogs in my foster home. I love to play, and will play happily with dogs, PEOPLE, or even by myself with a ball or toy. I have a favorite hobby; chasing lizards and frogs. It is a lot of fun! I am learning new things at my foster home, like ‘what is a cat?’ 

 
But now that I have gotten to know a couple, I figured out they are kind of boring so I just ignore them. My foster Mom says I would be a great fit in a home with other pets; children who are old enough to not hurt me; and a family who won’t leave me alone too much. I am waiting for my special family to come and get me and take me home forever." Ranger is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heart worm negative, microchipped and has had his teeth cleaned! He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $275.
 
 

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