Kayla is a sweet, affectionate, 45 pound black lab who wound up on death row in the shelter when she was pregnant. As Hurricane Matthew approached Jacksonville, Florida Urgent Rescue (FUR) saved her, and she had her puppies in a foster home while the hurricane passed through. Her puppies are now 7 weeks old and almost ready to go home, and Kayla is looking forward to having a furever home of her own.
She's great with other dogs and kids. She's living in a foster home with other dogs and kids, and she gets along great with everyone. She is a sweet, happy, affectionate dog who would be a great addition to any family looking for their new best friend. She will be spayed as part of our vetting process.
We start all of our adoptions with a one week sleepover, so you know everything there is to know before finalizing the adoption.
Adoption Fees for puppies under 6 months old: $225
Adoption Fees for dogs/puppies 6 months old or older: $150
This includes vetting, UTD Vaccinations and spay or neuter
We ask that you fill out an adoption application before you meet our animals. You can download it here: http://www.floridaurgentrescue.com/adopt
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If you have questions about Kayla please contact Florida Urgent Rescue Inc
Florida Urgent Rescue Inc
Our mission is to dramatically improve the lives of shelter and rescue animals, to assist in urgent rescue situations and to implement resources to help in the aid of these animals. We rescue from death row at high kill shelters and help them have happy lives in their furever homes.
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Please note: We are not a shelter. We do not have a kennel or facility that you can visit and see all the Animals. Each Animal is fostered in an individual home. So, you cannot come visit our animals until you have gone through the application and brief phone interview process and then we will schedule a meet and greet with the animal and their foster parents. Then the next step would be a 1 week sleepover, so before finalizing we can all make sure it's a perfect fit. We are all volunteers and do this in our spare time, we do not have set "hours" and we answer all calls and emails as quickly as we can. Thank you so much for your interest in our FUR Babies!
We rescue animals in Northeast Florida, including Putnam County, Bradford County, Clay County, St. Johns County and Duval County.
We require a written application, references and a home check prior to adoption. If you're interested in a foster-to-adopt, we are very flexible.
You can download our application here: http://www.floridaurgentrescue.com/adopt