Living In Oakland Park's Adorable Adoptable Pet of the Month: Sweet Pumpkin
Meet sweet Pumpkin! A cuddly and “sweet as pie” terrier mix is available for adoption at Everglades Angels Dog Rescue.
This precious girl was saved from the streets of Miami a few years back, where they used her as a bait dog. Everglades Angels adopted her out to a family who loved her for five years, and then, due to a divorce, we’re unable to keep her.
An Everglade's Angel
This rescue’s motto is once an Everglade’s Angel, always an Everglade’s Angel, and Pumpkin was welcomed back to the rescue for rehoming.
Unfortunately, Pumpkin was devastated by the loss of the only family she had ever known. Still, this forgiving girl is ready to give unconditional love to a new family willing to reciprocate.
Such a Playful Puppy
Some may consider Pumpkin a senior at nine years old, but she still acts like a playful and loving puppy. At about 40 pounds, she gets along well with children and other dogs in the home. She is fully potty trained and comes spayed and fully vaccinated. She walks well on a leash and is very friendly with people she does not know.
Pumpkin is looking for her hero. Someone is willing to give this girl the best years of her life because she still has a lot of love to give and many more adventures to be had.
Pumpkin Looks Forward to Having a Family
If you are interested in meeting Pumpkin, you may contact Denise at the rescue at 1-800-511-DOGS or email at email@example.com.
Everglades Angels is a local, volunteer-based 501C3 that provides rescue and sanctuary for many abandoned Dogs throughout South Florida, including the hotbed stray areas such as Homestead, Redlands, and the Everglades National Park. They provide complete medical treatment regardless of how severe the condition is and spay and neutering and positive training.
The Communities help is always welcome, either by monetary and/or tangible donations, fostering, and volunteers, because #TogetherWeAreOP!
*LivingInOaklandPark.com is an independent publication, not affiliated with the City of Oakland Park.
About the Author
Tami Wray was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana and grew up in the Northwest area of Indiana on the beautiful Lake Michigan. Mrs. Wray relocated to Wilton Manors in 1988 with her mother and now considers Oakland Park her permanent home.
Along with raising two beautiful daughters and one step-daughter, she has spent her entire career working in the real estate field as a property manager, real estate paralegal and insurance professional.
One of her greatest passions is the rescuing of abused and homeless animals and promoting the need for spaying and neutering pets and adoptions of senior pets.
Mrs. Wray currently resides in Oakland Park with her husband Chris, two daughters and her rescue pets; four dogs, two cats and a ferret. Life is never boring!
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