STROF provides owners of newly adopted dogs a certificate that, when activated within 24-hours of the pets first post-adoption exam, offers 30 days of coverage at no upfront cost with the comprehensive Trupanion medical insurance policy —which picks up 90% of eligible veterinary costs for all new injuries and illnesses, including hereditary and congenital conditions, with no payout limits and no waiting periods. This may help prepare new owners for unexpected veterinary costs and make sure they are ready for a lifetime of care.  Trupanion's plans don't cover routine exams and visits.  They step in when something unexpected arises, such as an accident or disease.  

To activate this benefit, new adopters must take their dog to a vet for an examination. Trupanion does not have any specific requirements for that exam, but they do not cover pre-existing conditions. 

Services

Placement

Placement is at the discretion of the STROF and will be based upon the best match for the Scottie, following STROF procedures, outlined on the Adopt page.  Due to advanced age or serious health issues, some dogs may be considered "unadoptable".  For them, we provide "furever" foster/hospice care.
 

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Services

and Programs

Monroe (AKA Harry)

at placement

Skelley (AKA Duffy)

at intake

Intake

We take full legal possession of the Scottie by obtaining a signed release for owner surrender or through placement partnerships of various shelters through partnerships with shelters and rescue groups across the state of Florida.  The Scottie is then transferred to one of our approved foster homes.


If you have a Scottie you want to surrender

or know of a Scottie in immediate need

of rescue assistance call (813) 238-9586

(landline phone- does not accept texts)

or email

floridascottiesrescue@gmail.com

Education

 An extensive network of Scottish Terrier breeders, owners, and supporters is available state-wide to assist the new Scottie owner with transition issues, care decisions, and problem solving. Learn about opportunities to participate in low-cost, local educational and social activities  that both a new owner and a Scottie will enjoy!  In addition, numerous helpful resources, articles, and links are provided on our website to inform and educate new Scottie parents.

Care

It is the intention of the rescue to obtain care for any rescue Scottie prior to placement in an adoptive home.


  1. Veterinary examination and all inoculations will be administered.
  2. Any deficiencies in medical care will be identified before the Scottie is placed.
  3. STROF will ensure that all rescue Scotties are in good health at time of placement, when possible.
  4. Spaying or neutering of all Scotties prior to adoption is mandatory unless age or medical condition delay surgery. 
  5. Rescue Fund will pay medical expenses for care prior to placement.
  6. The rescue will provide full disclosure to the adoptive family of the Scottie’s known medical and behavioral history.


Rescue

Our mission includes rescuing all Scotties  that have been lost, abandoned, or voluntarily surrendered by their owner.  As soon as possible, a rescued Scottie is transferred to an approved foster home and the search for a permanent home begins.

Scottish Terrier Rescue of Florida (STROF) is a 501c3 non-profit all-volunteer rescue that is registered in the State of Florida as a charitable organization.  We are dedicated to the rescue and placement of homeless and displaced Scottish Terriers in Florida.

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.

Mission