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Steve, a Schnauzer
Steve is a 5-6 month old Schnauzer puppy and he weighs about 15 pounds. He should stay under 25 pounds full grown, but we can't promise that. His foster mom says, "Steve is a ball of energy, curiosity and joy!! He'll play with anything and anyone. He was very timid at first but will now jump up to sit next to you or lie down next to you to take a nap. Since he's still a puppy, he does all things puppy; chewing, teasing, running, jumping, pouncing on his playmates or whatever he can find to amuse himself. If he can't find anything, he'll go to sleep, but just for a minute. He's learned to maneuver the stairs and boy is he happy! That's a new treat for him. Going outside for walks raises his energy level even more. Still learning to respect the leash but with a firm hand, he does well. A simple "no" and a clap of the hands by me works well for any behavioral issues as well as a little lemon for unwanted chewing. Loves to roll in the grass and run and play. Will do well in a home with a fenced yard with older kids or other playmates who can keep up with and challenge his energy level. 
He was really afraid of the doggie door at first but has mastered it now and knows that is for going out to do his business, he's a big boy now!! This little guy is going to make someone (who's active) a very good exercise companion!" Steve is neutered, up to date on vaccines, on heart worm prevention and microchipped! He is fostered in the Melbourne area, and his adoption donation is $275.

Brian, a Schnauzer
Brian is a 6-7 year old male Schnauzer and he weighs about 15 pounds. He arrived in rescue from a puppy mill/hoarding situation and is quickly learning how much life as a beloved pet rocks! His foster mom says, "Brian has blossomed into the sweetest little lap dog since joining us. He was already a couch potato and now is an even bigger one. 
He loves sitting next to you, looking into your eyes with those big soulful brown eyes and planting loving kisses on you. He can do that for hours. He loves going outside for walks, but needs a firm hand when on the leash since he can be a little determined where he wants to go.Brian loves going in and out the doggie door and is completely housetrained. He'll stand at the door and patiently wait for his leash. He enjoys playing with other dogs but would rather play with people. Brian would do well in a yard where he can roam. Eating with other dogs can be a challenge since he thinks all food belongs to him but he's getting better at learning to eat his and be content. He'll most certainly get better at this as he's reassured that there is plenty to go around. He responds well to no. A simple handle clap by me stops unwanted behavior, which isn't much and as long as he can park and sleep, he's in heaven!" Brian is neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, heart worm negative and has had his teeth cleaned! He is fostered in the Melbourne area, and his adoption donation is $250

Midnight, a Mixed Breed
Midnight is a 9 week old female Long Haired Chihuahua/Pom/Lab mix puppy and she weighs just about 5 pounds. She should stay under 30 pounds full grown, but we can't promise that. We know mom is an 10 pound long hair Chihuahua mix/Pom girl and we heard rumors dad was a lab mix, but he wasn't around for us to verify that. Midnight has been raised in a loving foster home since she was two days old. She has been around older kids (10+) and would ideally have a few in her forever home. She is still all puppy - and is learning housetraining, what a leash is, that shoes are not for chewing, and that not every dog wants to play 24/7, so she will need a family understanding of that and willing to work with her. She is also very small, so she absolutely can not be left alone all day. Her foster mom says: Midnight is a doll! 
She has always been the "softer" one of her litter, playing more gently and preferring to snuggle! That being said, she can also be a drama queen and act like her siblings are killing her if they are playing rough - she prefers to be more of a lady I guess. She loves to snuggle and loves her people, especially my 10 year old. Midnight is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on heartworm prevention and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $350.

Apollo, a Chinese Crested mix
Apollo is a 1-2 year old male Chinese Crested mix and he weighs about 12 pounds! His foster mom says, "Happy, people oriented, and enthusiastic, this pup has a smile and a bounce for everyone he meets. Great with other dogs, eager to learn good manners, and energetic, this little guy would love a family and a fourlegged playmate!" Apollo 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.

Elsie, a Yorkie/Dachshund mix
Elsie is a 3-4 year old female Yorkie/Doxie mix and she weighs about 12 pounds! She came into rescue as part of a puppy mill/hoarding case. Her foster mom says, "Elsie is very sweet, smart little girl that minds her manners, and goes potty outside. I have never had a reason to kennel her. She has had difficulty accepting that people are going to be kind to her, so the best thing for Elise would be a quiet home, with a family with patience to help her gain her confidence.  
Once she learns she can trust you, she is the most loving and devoted little girl.She just needs a chance to find that special person to love!" Elsie is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heart worm negative, mircochipped and has had her teeth cleaned! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $250.

    Florida Little Dog Rescue Group

    A 501(c)3 Charitable Organization

    Serving the Central Florida Area

    PO Box 702364
    St. Cloud, FL 34770
    Phone: 407-279-1127
    E-mail: littledogrescue@gmail.com
    Please note, we are not a shelter. We do not have a kennel or facility that you can visit and see all the dogs. Each dog is fostered in an individual home. We do rescue out of our private homes and in our spare time. So, you cannot come visit our dogs until you have gone through the application and interview process and we have contacted you about scheduling a visit.  We do not have set "hours" and we answer all calls and emails as quickly as we can!
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