Are you hoping to adopt a Pomeranian in the state of Florida?
Well, you are going to need to find the local rescues to be able to do so.
This adoption directory guide provides a list, and the important contact information, of all of your options.
So, let’s take a look.
Pom Mom Rescue
Pom Mom Rescue is an official 501c3 non-profit Pomeranian rescue and sanctuary located in Spring Hill, Florida.
They specialize in Poms that are considered unadoptable due to age, illness, or temperament.
The sanctuary at Pom Mom is almost an acre of land with over 3,000 square feet of space to accommodate play, rehabilitation, and living areas for the dogs.
All dogs are provided with food, shelter, medical care, and general care.
All dogs are routinely evaluated to determine adoptability, and those that fail to qualify to retain permanent residency at the sanctuary.
A great organization and one to get in contact with for sure.
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La Cajun Pomeranian Club
La Cajun Pomeranian Club is an AKC-approved rescue for Poms in Florida.
Although they do not have much of an online presence, they also come highly recommended by the American Pomeranian Club.
They also cover the Louisiana and Mississippi states.
A Place of Hope Small Dog Rescue
A Place of Hope Small Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit small dog rescue based out of Pensacola Florida.
While not exclusively a Pomeranian rescue, they are committed to saving all small dog breeds up to 15 lbs – and have been known to have them available from time to time.
This organization is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of abandoned, neglected, abused, owner-surrendered, stray, or shelter dogs in northwest Florida and lower Alabama areas.
Again not a Pom rescue specifically, but Spay Lee is a dedicated non-profit animal rescue based out of Fort Myers, Florida.
This is an organization to definitely check and make some inquiries with.
As you can see, there are not many dedicated Pom rescues in Florida.
In fact, you only really have two main rescues to choose from.
So, it is paramount that you get in contact and register your interest as soon as you can.
Hold some preliminary conversations and provide each shelter with all the information they need.
Be a little patient throughout the process, but rest assured, you will find the Pom that’s right for you (and them) when the time is right.
Failing those two main Pom rescues, don’t be afraid to reach out to other rescues in the state.
In fact, these often temporarily home this Spitz breed, or at the very least, may be able to put you in contact with, or create the connections you need to get one.
And with that said, I wish you all the best in your search for your Pomeranian.
And if you are looking for other breed rescues in Florida, my following directory guides may be of help:
- Shih Tzu Rescues In Florida [Adoption Directory Guide]
- Maltese Rescues In Florida [Adoption Directory Guide]
- Florida Chihuahua Rescues [Adoption Directory Guide]
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