Check out some of the wonderful dogs we were able to rescue from bad situations and place into wonderful loving homes!
Shorty & Lacey
Bert was rescued from the euthanasia list at Manatee County Animal services and was with our rescue for about 3 years before finding his forever home.
Brownie was saved from the euthanasia list at Manatee County Animal Services. Due to his adorable fluffy physique we received many adoption applications on him, but due to his quirky behavior we denied all of them until we found his perfect match. Now he’s in a forever home that understands him.
Dominic was rescued from the euthanasia list at Manatee County Animal Services. He has an old injury that caused issues with his hips and prevents him from jumping and running, but does not cause him pain. This happy boy spent about 3 years with our rescue before going to his forever home with his Dad who loves him, wonky hips and all!
Jethro (Duke) was saved from the euthanasia list at Highlands County Animal Control (AKA Sebring). While with our rescue, Jethro was involved in a car accident and fled the scene. He ended up finding himself some good Samaritans that contacted us and decided to adopt him when we informed them that we are a dog rescue!
Scooby was rescued from euthanasia at Manatee County Animal Services. He was soon adopted, but sadly two years later we received a call from Animal Services in St. Pete that Scooby was at their shelter and his owner didn’t want him back. We got our boy back immediately, and it wasn’t long before a lovely family fell in love with him and gave him his real forever home. He love his little human sister!
Astro was rescued from the euthanasia list at Manatee County Animal Services when he was only about 6 months old. He was to be euthanized because he had Demodex, a skin condition that causes fur to fall out and can be easily cured with medication. He was with his foster family for over a year before finding his perfect forever home! (They send us updates all the time and we love them!)
Elle (AKA Amari)
When Amari came to FMN, she was emaciated, had been shot in the leg, and was in pretty rough shape. We fixed her up and cared for her until one of our volunteers fell in love. She now has 3 kids, 2 dogs, and a family who adores her!