Diane Summers state Florida county Orange Georgia information vaccine travelers Diane Summers state Florida county Orange Georgia

Animal services works to find loving home for dog who spent over 200 days in shelter


[TRENDING: Gov: Vaccine coming to Florida ‘relatively soon’ | CDC: Avoid Thanksgiving travel | Georgia presidential race recount results]“Tonka is a handsome boy, who can definitely turn on the charm,” said Diane Summers, manager for Orange County Animal Services. “We’ve struggled to find that lasting match for him because he has shown that he needs to be the only dog in the home, a factor that drastically limits the pool of interested adopters, and he has heartworm disease, a treatable condition, but one that can come with a stigma due to lack of understanding.”Anyone interested in adopting Tonka will not have to pay for his heartworm disease treatment as the costs are being sponsored by a local civil engineering group that has covered the.

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