Carly (Carlita) with her new mom
Scottish Terrier Rescue of Florida ©
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To begin the process of consideration to adopt a Scottie through Scottish Terrier Rescue of Florida submit the adoption application using one of the following methods.
How to Adopt
Skelley and his
Scottish Terrier Rescue of Florida is an independent, tax exempt all volunteer charitable organization with IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit status and registration in the State of Florida under the Solicitation of Contributions Act.
This very important decision is one that is life-changing for both you... and for the rescue Scottie you may consider adopting. Rescue Scotties may have been abandoned, mistreated, ignored, improperly trained, and/or deprived of quality health care, food, and housing for a variety of reasons. Adopting a rescue Scottie will require considerable investment of patience, personal and financial resources, and love and understanding to be successful.
Foremost in our placement decision is
always the best interest of the Scottie!
Hannah with her new mom
Max (right) on adoption day with
his new parents and Scottie sibling
Gabby on her adoption day
with her new mom Faye
Monroe and his new parents
If you are interested in adopting a rescue Scottie you must complete an extensive application, pass a home visit inspection, provide personal and veterinary references, and demonstrate ability to properly care for your new family member. An adoption fee is required to help offset the cost of veterinary and rehabilitative care previously provided. All rescue dogs will be spayed or neutered before placement.
These are some of the factors that are taken into account when adoption applications are considered:
Is it worth it to go through this detailed adoption process? Absolutely- yes!
Just ask any Scottie who now has a safe, loving home...
or that Scottie's human family... for confirmation!
Still interested in applying? Click one of the adoption application links below.
Smudge with her new mom
to these STROF Scotties who have been placed in "forever homes"!