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Rescue Me ID: 14-12-09-00753Romey (male)

Silky Terrier Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Neutered 

    Hi friends my name is Romey. I am a 2 year old Yorkie mix and weigh 6lbs. I had a family and everything was going very good for me. Unfortunately my mom is going through some really hard times and can no longer take care of me. It was a hard decision for her but she reached out to get me help. I am a very sweet boy that love humans and sharing quality time. If you would like to meet me please text Ana at 305-525-3297. You can also email at

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Broward County Hollywood, FL 33024 MAP IT!

Ana Bueno 305-525-3297 text only

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Rescue Me ID: 14-11-24-00354Banjo (male)

Silky Terrier Mix    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs, Not Good with Cats 
Personality: Very High Energy, Very Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Aggressive, Fearful/Anxious 

     This animal is available to licensed rescue groups only.  Please do not enquire unless with a licensed rescue group. Dog's hair was cut because it gets matted.

     Animal Location:

Duval County Jacksonville, FL MAP IT!

Stella BZ

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Animal ID: #14-029Scout (FL) (male)

Silky Terrier    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    11/05/2014: Meet Scout! He is a 6 year old, 14 lb. Silky Terrier Who is coming to Florida. SCOUT NEEDS YOUR HELP. Scout is a wonderful dog with a gentle, loving soul. He has a look in his eyes that shows the love, loyalty and gratitude he feels for having been rescued. But Scout has a problem%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD| You see, through no fault of his own, Scout is a victim of canine diabetes. He did nothing to deserve it%BD'%BD|..HE IS SUCH A GOOD BOY%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD| but twice a day, for the rest of his life he will need insulin injections to stay alive. Scout's former owner was no longer able to care for him and was ... (Read More)considering euthenasia when United Yorkie Rescue stepped in to save him. You see%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|..Scout DESERVES to live%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|He is a happy, playful boy who follows his 'people' everywhere, cuddles up by their feet, and spends days and days following them around like a young pup. Since coming into UYR Scout now receives the utmost love, care and medical attention that he needs to have his best life. SADLY%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|. it takes more than the love of his devoted foster family to give him the life he deserves. It takes MONEY%BD'%BD|..quite a bit of it too: $50 a month for special insulin, $15 a month for the syringes and needles needed to administer it, an additional amount for diabetic testing supplies, $30 a month for a high quality diet to keep his blood sugars at an acceptable level. So yes, it takes money to own and care for a diabetic dog. It requires more vet visits and sometimes a specialist to make sure everything is on track. However%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|.if Scout receives the care he deserves, he is likely to have the healthy and happy life that he deserves. Remember when I said SCOUT NEEDS YOUR HELP! Here's where you come in%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|..there are MANY ways you can help Scout. 1. ADOPT. The biggest and MOST important thing Scout needs is that special, FOREVER HOME from someone who is willing to accept his illness and be willing and able to care for his diabetes for the rest of his life. He is used to getting his insulin twice a day and sits perfectly quietly. Administering insulin is NOT HARD%BD'%BD|.ask any human who has Type 1 diabetes. HOWEVER Scout needs a FOREVER FAMILY that has the financial resources to give him the care he needs. LOVING SCOUT will not be a problem! This sweet boy will have ANYONE with a heart madly in love with him at FIRST SIGHT. PLEASE CONSIDER giving this special boy a look and ask yourself if YOU COULD BE THAT SPECIAL FAMILY that Scout so desperately needs%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|.. If you are NOT that family, then we understand%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|It is a big commitment and not one to be taken lightly BUT THERE IS STILL SOMETHING YOU CAN DO TO HELP. 2. DONATE. UYR is committed to Scout for the LONG HAUL%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|.both financially and emotionally. We have already found him a WONDERFUL FOSTER FAMILY who loves and adores him until we find that perfect FOREVER HOME. In the interim%BD'%BD|%BD'%BD|. If you can HELP US to HELP SCOUT by donating EVEN A SMALL AMOUNT towards his ongoing care then both Scout and UYR would be SO VERY GRATEFUL. Your donation will be used to purchase insulin and testing supplies, keep him on a high quality diet, and to help fund vet visits. 3. SHARE. If you can't donate now, we understand that too. Even $1.00 helps, but if you can't today then do so when you can. But if you could share Scout's story with others who might be able to help him then it could make the world difference to Scout by allowing us to continue to help him. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: yes Animal Location:

Lake County Florida


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PIease Read Before Adopting a Silky Terrier in Florida
    Silky Terrier Dogs can make good pets in Florida if they match your IifestyIe. The Silky Terrier is an adorable little dog resembling a Yorkie. Silkies are bred to be companion animals. Silkies do fine with children but do not like to be teased. This breed does not get along well with other pets. Silkies are full of energy and personality. Silky Terriers travel well. Silkies can live in an apartment if they get enough exercise.

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    Silky Terriers originate in Australia. Silky Terriers have been officially recognized as their own breed in Australia since 1955.

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Florida Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Clay County - Orange Park 32073
Clay County Humane Society Vet Clinic 904-276-7729

St. Johns County - Ponte Vedra Beach 32082
Bear Foundation 904-285-4687

St. Johns County - St. Augustine, FL 32086
St. Augustine Humane Society 904-829-2737

Volusia County - Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
Animal Rescue, Need, and Intervention 386-267-0277

Volusia County - Daytona Beach 32120
Halifax Humane Society 386-274-4703

Flagler County - Palm Coast 32137
Flagler Humane Society 386-445-1814

Duval County - Jacksonville, Florida 32239
First Coast No More Homeless Pets 888-772-9352

Duval County - Jacksonville 32254
City of Jacksonville Animal Care 904-425-0005

Leon County - Tallahassee 32303
Animal Aid 850-386-4148

Bay County - Panama City, Florida 32405
The Humane Society of Bay County 850-763-3923

Okaloosa County - Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549
Panhandle Animal Welfare Society 850-243-1525

Alachua County - Gainesville, FL 32609
Alachua County Humane Society 352-373-5855

Alachua County - 4205 N.W 6th St., Gainesville 32609
Operation PetSnip 352-376-6647

Alachua County - Gainesville 32614
Operation Catnip - Gainesville 352-380-0940

Volusia County - DeLand 32720
West Volusia Humane Society 386-734-2450

Seminole County - Sanford, Florida 32773
SPCA of Central Florida 407-323-8685

Brevard County - Titusville, FL 32780
SPCA of North Brevard Wellness Clinic 321-269-0536

Orange County - Orlando 32792
CARE Feline Rescue Services 407-522-2617

Orange County - Orlando, Florida 32839
Orange County Animal Services 407-352-4390

Orange County - Orlando, FL 32839
Orange County Animal Services 407-254-9240

Orange County - Orlando, Florida 32839
SPCA of Central Florida - Orlando 407-351-7722

Brevard County - Cocoa 32922
United Humanitarians 321-636-7002

Brevard County - Cocoa 32923
Space Coast Feline Network 321-633-2040

Brevard County - Melbourne, Florida 32935
Sarno Animal Hospital 321-254-1754

Brevard County - Melbourne, Florida 32935
Florida Aid to Animals 321-242-9826

Broward County - Hollywood, FL 33019
Animal Birth Control of Broward, Inc. 954-962-0825

Broward County - Hollywood, Florida 33024
Discount Spay Neuter Vaccination Clinic 954-989-9879

Broward County - Davie, Florida 33024
Discount Pet Clinic 954-989-9879

Broward County - Pompano Beach 33064
Broward County Animal Care 954-970-0130

Miami-Dade County - Miami, FL 33128
Miami-Dade Police Animal Services 305-884-1101

Miami-Dade County - Miami 33159
Humane Society of Greater Miami 305-238-8322

Miami-Dade County - Miami, Florida 33159
The Cat Network 305-255-3482

Miami/Dade County - Miami, FL 33166
Miami-Dade Mobile Animal Clinic 305-884-SPAY

Broward County - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
ARFF's Mobile Spay Neuter Clinic 954-727-2733

Broward County - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Broward Humane Society M.A.S.H. 954-266-6826

- Lauderhill 33313
Pet Aid League 954-463-7729

Broward County - Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315
Broward County Animal Care 954-359-1313

Palm Beach County - West Palm Beach, Florida 33409
Humane Society of Palm Beaches 561-686-3663

Palm Beach County - West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Palm Beach County Spay Shuttle 561-233-7729

Palm Beach County - Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Boca Raton Animal Shelter 407-351-8771

Broward County - Deerfield Beach, Florida 33441
National Humane Society Mobile Clinic 954-425-0316

Palm Beach County - Jupiter, Florida 33468
Safe Harbor Animal Rescue 561-747-1598

Palm Beach County - Palm Beach, FL 33480
Palm Beach Cat Rescue 561-655-8245

Hillsborough County - Odessa, FL 33556
Animal Coalition of Tampa 813-818-9381

Hillborough County - Tampa, Florida 33606
Animal Coalition of Tampa 813-250-3900

Pinellas County - Tampa 33607
Humane Society of Tampa Bay 813-876-7138

Hillsborough County - Tampa, FL 33607
Humane Society of Tampa Bay 813-870-3304

Lee County - Naples, FL 33699
Humane Society of Lee County 941-332-0364

Lee County - Naples 33699
Planned Pethood 941-353-2273

Pinellas County - Clearwater, FL 33759
Humane Society of Pinellas 813-797-7722

Pinellas County - Largo, FL 33774
Pinellas County Animal Services 727-582-2600

Pinellas County - Largo 33774
SPCA of Pinellas County 727-586-3591

Polk County - Lakeland, FL 33813
SPCA, Inc. 863-646-7722

Polk County - Dundee, Florida 33838
Kritter Kastle 863-439-7729

Highlands County County - Sebring 33876
Highlands County Animal Control 863-655-6475

Polk County - Winter Haven 33880
Polk County Animal Services 863-499-2600

- Winter Haven, FL 33881
Humane Society of Polk County 863-324-5227

Lee County - Fort Myers, FL 33903
Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic 941-652-0596

Lee County - Fort Myers, FL 33911
S.P.A.Y.-L.E.E. Inc 239-936-2727

Lee County - Fort Myers, FL 33912
Lee County Animal Services 239-432-2083

Charlotte County - Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980
Animal Welfare League 941-625-6720

Sarasota County - Englewood, Florida 34224
Suncoast Humane Society 941-474-7884

Sarasota County - Sarasota, Florida 34236
Animal Rescue Coalition 941-957-1955

Sarasota County - Sarasota 34237
Humane Society of Sarasota County 941-955-4131

Sarasota County - Nokomis, FL 34274
St. Francis Animal Rescue of Venice 941-492-6200

Citrus County - Inverness 34451
Humanitarians of Florida, Inc 352-563-2311

Marion County - Ocala, Florida 34480
Humane Society of Marion County 352-854-8230

Marion County - Ocala, FL 34480
Marion County Animal Center 352-245-0908

Hernando County - Brooksville 34601
PetLuv Clinic 352-799-9990

Pasco County - New Port Richey, FL 34654
Pet Aid Service Society, Inc. 727-264-SPAY

Pasco County - Port Richey, Florida 34668
Pasco Animal Welfare Society 727-819-1910

Martin County - Jensen Beach, FL 34957
SPCA of Treasure Coast 772-334-0636

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