Dolly - paralyzed Pomeranian on wheels, diaper - Jacksonville, FL

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Dog Dolly - paralyzed Pomeranian on wheels, diaper - Jacksonville, FL

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Pomeranian Jacksonville, FL

Adult Female Small Apricot / Beige

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Health
Vaccinations up to date.

Meet Dolly
Meet Dolly, a one-year-old Pomeranian whose zest for life isn't slowed down by her paralyzed back end. This spirited little lady proves that disabilities don't define her, as she zooms around on her wheels with infectious enthusiasm.

Dolly's love for people of all ages is matched only by her love for treats and outdoor adventures. She's a well-behaved travel companion and a model houseguest, making her the perfect addition to any loving home.

Don't let her small size fool you, this pint-sized pup has a big personality and an even bigger heart. Dolly is ready to roll into your life and steal your heart with her unwavering spirit and adorable antics.

If you are interested in learning more about this dog, please complete an application by visiting http://www.floridaurgentrescue.com/adopt.

Please note that submitted applications will be given priority over inquiries. We receive many inquiries and may not be able to answer them in a timely manner.

We start all of our adoptions with a one-week sleepover to ensure a good fit for everyone.

***Please note that we are a volunteer run organization, and due to the large volume of applications, inquiries, phone calls, emails, and messages received we may not be able to provide a personal response to every one. For that reason, formal applications will be given priority over the aforementioned.***

Adoption Process
1. Submit Application
2. Interview
3. Home Check
4. Meet the Pet

The adoption fee for dogs 6 months and older is $150; this includes the spay/neuter, microchip, and current vaccinations as of the date of adoption.

adoptions@floridaurgentrescue.com
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