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*All of the pets in our rescue are spayed, neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped, de-wormed, and current on flea, tick,and heartworm prevention.
All adoption fees off-set the cost of veterinary care and transportation of these wonderful animals.
**READ ENTIRE BIO BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION TO ADOPT. Applications to adopt are at kathisk9s.org. Rikki was sadly left alone in an apartment for 3 days when his owner was Baker Acted before maintenance workers found him. This little fella is very, very affectionate and loving once he trusts you. Rikki was adopted last year and then returned in January when his adopter lost his job. He was adopted again a month later, but bit the adopter. He needs a calm and patient home where he can feel safe and show his true nature. He gets along okay with the other small dogs in the rescue but not so much with large dogs because he's afraid of them. He loves going for car rides and adores chasing tossed balls. He is obsessed with tennis balls and can chase them for hours. This boy would make a fantastic fly ball or agility competitor. He is about 4 years old and weighs about 9 lbs. He would be happy in a home with no other dogs, as they make him nervous. Rikki has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and is current on flea, tick, and heartworm prevention. His adoption fee is $225. If you are interested in adopting Rikki and making him a permanent member of your family, complete the application at kathisk9s.org Meet greets are scheduled only for approved applicants.
*Please read complete bio before submitting an application. Fitz is a 15 lb, 1 year old Pomeranian who has gone from family to family. He spent so much of his life in a crate that he is nervous/anxious about new things - especially meeting new folks. He has come a long way since we brought him into our rescue. He loves other dogs and feels most comfortable in their company. He does have a bite history but while here he's been fine. We are looking for a patient, calm family where this boy can feel comfortable and get the love he deserves. Fitz has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and is current on flea, tick, and heartworm prevention. His adoption fee is $225. Applications to adopt are at kathisk9s.org. Meet greets are scheduled only for approved applicants.
We cannot guarantee specific breeds of the dogs in our rescue. Olivia and Oliver were born approximately November 13. They're being fostered in a Brooksville with 8 other dogs of differing ages, breeds, and temperaments and get along wonderfully with all. These pups are playful, curious, extremely friendly, and confident. As of 3/1/20, they weigh about 18 lbs. We pulled them out of a Georgia animal control facility. They've been spayed, neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, and are current on flea, tick, and heartworm prevention. Their adoption fee is $225. Applications to adopt are at kathisk9s.org. Meet greets are scheduled only for approved applicants.
Annabelle, a 2-year-old Catahoula sadly found herself in our county animal control. We pulled her from this facility and she gave birth to nine pups a week later, September 22. She has been an extremely loving, caring, and attentive mama dog. Anna meets new folks as long lost friends and loves everyone. She loves going for walks and loves sitting in the lap of her foster mom! Her spay, vaccination, and microchip date is December 3, and we are accepting applications at this time. Neither mama nor the puppies will be adopted for Christmas surprises or as gifts. They must be considered life-long family members. There is a $125 adoption fee for Annabelle. Applications to adopt are found at kathisk9s.org. Meet greets are scheduled only for approved applicants.
We pulled this 8-year-old, 13-pound girl from Hernando County Animal Services on 2/20/19. The vet said that she had most likely been hit by a car 3 months to a year previously. We took her to a Tampa surgical specialist who took radiographs and agreed with the county vet and due to the length of lost time after the accident, she would not benefit from surgery. Lilly also enjoys going for walks in her wheelchair. She is a very affectionate and loving girl who is so deserving of a qualified adopter. Due to her medical issue, she cannot urinate on her own and her bladder must be expressed about 3 times daily. No adoption fee