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Wrangler, a Toy Fox Terrier/Papillion mix
Wrangler is a two year old male Toy Fox Terrier/Papillion mix and he weighs about 14 pounds. He arrived in rescue due to an unfortunate change in life circumstances in his previous mom's home, where he was very much loved. He has settled into foster care, but would love a new family of his own to love him just as much!  His foster mom says, "Wrangler came confused about his changes in circumstances. He missed his two previous canine friends and was nervous at first about a new house, humans and fur friends. He resisted being petted or picked up unless we allowed him to come to us. He accepts other fur friends quickly but new humans need to give him space and wait for him to seek attention, which goes pretty quickly. Once he settled in he quickly learned sit and stand up, and is currently working on come. 
We are also working on barking as he is hyper aware of any exterior movement and noises. Because of his vocal abilities no shared walls, apartments or condos. Fetch and catch are his favorite passtimes along with access to a squeeky toy. Wrangler loves his new dog and cat friends and wants to be with them all the time. He does well on a leash and loves to run and chase anything in the backyard. He is a great car ride companion, he settles in easily throughout a drive. He is on a strict outdoor schedule and has done well with potty training. He occassionally will go to the wee pad if needed. He likes to be next to his people when relaxing and sometimes wants to be under the covers at bedtime. He has such a sweet playful personality and is eager for cuddles and belly rubs. Wrangler is crate trained." Wrangler is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative and microchipped. He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $275.

Ariana, a Poodle mix
Arianna is a seven month old female Poodle mix and she weighs about 7 pounds. She should stay under 10 pounds full grown, but we can't promise that. Arianna arrived in rescue after suffering some unknown "trauma" and winding up at animal control. Her eye was badly injured and needed to be removed, but she has not let that slow her down at all! Her foster mom says, "She is a happy, playful, snuggly puppy who loves her humans and loves to play with other young, active dogs. She would be too much for a senior fur friend though. She is just a happy love bug. She loves everyone and everything! Her tail wags constantly. Arianna loves to play with her pup mates and any toy she can get her paws on. She chases down tennis balls and brings them back all on her own! She is still working on housetraining, but she is pad trained. She would do very very well with a family that was home more than they are away, a workday with her by herself would make her very sad.
She rocks her walks on a leash until she sees the perfect grass that she has to lay down and roll around in. She enjoys lap time and being brushed. She runs in the back yard and chases the other pups as they all chase tennis balls. She sleeps through the night in her crate with a "baby" (soft, snuggly toy). She has been around older children (middle school and up please) and does well, but the swift movements of small ones catch her off guard and she gets nervous. She has not been around cats, so I can't speak to how she would do with them. She is such a sweet, wonderful girl - some family is going to be VERY lucky to call her theirs!" Arianna is spayed, up to date on vaccines, on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $350.

Gwinnie, a Shih Tzu mix
Gwinnie is an 11 pound female Shih Tzu mix, who is just about a year old. She arrived in rescue after being surrendered to an overfull shelter that was out of kennel space and she was very scared. She has settled into foster care brilliantly and is back to being a sweet and happy puppy looking for a forever home to call her own! Her foster mom says, "Gwinnie is a little ball of lovable energy. She is doing good on her leash training and going for walks. When on walks, I have noticed she cowers to larger dogs, but other than that she has never met a stranger. Gwinnie loves chew toys and tennis balls. We are still working on what is a toy to play with and what is a shoe…she may or may not have relocated some of mine to her dog bed and gone to sleep, LOL!  
She is very food motivated and eager to learn. She plays great with other dogs her size and follows her human everywhere they go. If you sit down she will find a way to get in your lap! We are still working on going outside for housetraining, but she has picked up on using potty pads. Gwinnie can be vocal when she is playing with the other pups, but not a barker. She does however have a very unique snore when she is in a deep sleep!" Gwinnie is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $325.

Pierre, a Poodle
Pierre is a two year old male Poodle and he weighs about 9 pounds. He arrived in rescue after his human became really sick and could no longer care for him. This was obviously upsetting for him, but he has settled into foster care and is looking for a new human to call his own! His foster mom says, "Pierre is a handsome, spunky pup. If he could introduce himself, he would say "Hi! I would be very excited to meet you and then play. I love that my foster home has a fenced in backyard, I would do best in a house with one as I love to run around as fast as I can.
I have done awesome with housetraining, just show me the drill and I will get it quickly. I love my crate.  I’m really good at fetch and I am ready to learn some other neat tricks with you. I come when I’m called.  I am working with walking on a leash better, but it’s not my favorite thing. Speaking of not my favorite thing, the Garbage Truck. I am mostly quiet except for the Garbage Truck, I will alert you when they are around so you won’t forget to put your trash out.  Like my fur-sister, I love older kids but haven’t even noticed my cat friends in the house.  Wanna be my family?" I will let you know he is pretty much potty trained. He doesn’t ask to go outside, but he has not gone in the house (except for twice on a puppy pad).  I think he is pretty much there. He likes to tear up paper, magazines, books, paper towels, Kleenex, etc. He doesn’t eat them just tears them, so we have put all ours away, just something to know." Pierre is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped and has had his teeth cleaned. He is fostered in the Orlando area, and his adoption donation is $300.

Delilah, a Poodle
Delilah is a one year old female Poodle and she weighs about 9 pounds. She arrived in rescue after her human became really sick and could no longer care for her. This was obviously upsetting for her, but she has settled into foster care and is looking for a new human to call herown! Her foster mom says, "If Delilah could introduce herself, this is what she would want say: "Hi, this is Delilah, I am a beautiful sweet little poodle. 
All I want is my forever lap. I love to be held and I love to give kisses.  I don’t care too much for walking on a leash but with some patience I am sure I could tolerate it.  I may seem shy at first, but I warm up quick and just wanna be your girl. I am younger so I am still working on my housetraining. My foster Mom says I am really smart, so I should continue learn fast. I am bouncy, but really I just want to say Hi to you.  I have been around older kids and cats. I love the kids and I don’t even notice the cats. I came to the foster house with my brother, Pierre you can read about him elsewhere, I don’t have to go with him, but I sure do love him. If you happen to need to go to the store to get me more treats I do awesome in the crate. Did I mention I love treats? I also love blankets, wanna snuggle with me?" I would let you know that Delilah is still really learning the house training thing, she will go outside with her brother but really focuses on wanting someone to pick her up. She seems to be improving, she does not go potty in the crate though. She is a sweetheart." Delilah is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped! She is fostered in the Orlando area, and her adoption donation is $325.

    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
    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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