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Available for Adoption

Current as of May 13th 2024

  • BFCACT does not ship dogs.

  • BFCACT does not adopt outside of the USA

  • Children under 5 years are not recommended for Bichons

  • Home visits are required for all adoptions

  • All family members, including pets, must be present for home visits

Adoption: News

Fluffy (Male) - 8 Year old, Venice, FL

Fluffy earned his name legitimately...he fluffed into a 35 pound bichon!  But now he is on a healthy diet and starting to shed some of those excess many of us in the new year...and with all the extra cuddles he is getting in rescue, he has hardly noticed the difference in his diet.  Oh if it were only that easy for all of us!  Fluffy has already lost 8 pounds, and is going to need a little bit more time in rescue to hit his stride, but he is open to all applications!


Charlene and Sassy (Female) - 7 Year old, Deltona, FL

Sassy and Charlene are a bonded pair who will do best as the only pets in a home with a family who can spend a good deal of time with them.  Sassy's personality is very sassy! She loves deeply and wants to sleep on or around her person, and likes to run the show!  Charlene is mild mannered, affectionate, cuddly, and goes with the flow.  The girls have been working hard on their house training and a fenced yard is a must, as well as a family that likes to take walks and has a lot of patience during this process. Sassy and Charlene absolutely LOVE the dog park and are very social there also.  Can you spare room for these 2 lovies?


Eleanor (Female) - 3 Year old, Smithfield, NC

Meet Eleanor Rigby! She is an absolute 17lbs of sweetheart! Active, but also just as happy napping beside you and getting belly rubs. She is learning to walk on a leash and is doing well with potty training. At night she sleeps in her crate with no problems but prefers to be left out if she is home alone. She also loves to cuddle at night in bed if her new owner prefers this!  Eleanor would do best with an owner who isn't regularly gone for long periods of time. She gets along great with her foster mom's four other dogs and her foster mom's 5 month old granddaughter, and will do best in a home with a fenced yard for her to explore on her own as she gains more confidence and independence.  She was just spayed and will have a dental cleaning in a few weeks. Could you be the one Eleanor is waiting for?

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