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ORLANDO, Fla. - The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando said Friday that two dogs have tested positive for the H3N2 dog flu virus, causing the shelter to halt dog adoptions at one of its locations.
"We will suspend dog adoptions in our Orlando location until further notice. We are still adopting (out) cats from our Orlando location,” Pet Alliance said on Facebook.
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At this time Chihuahua/Small Dog Rescue is unable to adopt dogs to individuals living outside of the Central Florida area (generally defined as within 200 miles of Orlando, Florida). Meet Andy and Annabelle, a bonded brother and sister pair of one year old Long Haired Chihuahuas. Andy, the lighter one, weighs about 10 pounds, and Annabelle, the darker one, weighs about 7 pounds. They arrived in rescue after their previous family could no longer care for them. Their foster mom says, "If you are looking for sweet, gentle, fun loving dogs that are the best cuddlers around…you have found them! They are very attached to each other; they sleep together in a loving ball of cuddles all the time. Despite this, they are loving and friendly to other dogs and humans. They ignore our cats and don’t chase or bother them. Both of them are housetrained, crate trained, and quiet except when they are playing. They do love to play, however, they are not hyper. They are great with children who are old enough and supervised while playing gently with them, as they are very small in stature. They will sleep quietly in a crate, cuddled in their bed, or after a few minutes of winding down, will sleep quietly on your bed as well. They are very similar in personality, happy, playful, and loving. If I can say anything about them at all that needs some work, it would be learning about personal space and not to beg. They have been working hard on those because they want to please their humans. They would do best in a home where they will get some play time and activity for short periods, as well as LOTS of cuddle time because that is their favorite thing ever!" Andy and Annabelle are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped and heart worm negative! They are fostered in the Orlando area, and their combined adoption donation is $550."The bottom line is, if this service helps gets dogs adopted, I'm for it," says Sean Hawkins, vice president of the nonprofit Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando. "We believe it's important to take a lot of time in making sure the animal is going to a home that fits, which is why we do a personal interview that can take from 10 minutes to an hour. Our system is really driven by a lot of gut feeling and the vibe that's transmitted in a one-on-one interview."At this time Cocker Spaniel/Small Dog Rescue is unable to adopt dogs toindividualsliving outside of the Central Florida area (generally defined as within 200 miles ofOrlando, Florida).