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Pets in the Area Who Need a New Home

The SPCA of Brevard wants every pet to have safe and loving home. This page serves as an outlet for owners to try to find that loving home without having to turn them into a shelter. The animals listed here are not SPCA pets and we have not verified any information given to us. Please contact the owners directly with any questions. We hope all the pets listed find their forever homes. ( Area Pet Disclaimer )
Note to anyone posting a loved pet on this page – the SPCA has recently experienced incidents where “adopters” took home animals from our shelter with the express intent to sell these animals on Craigslist or other online sites. Most animal lovers would never engage in such a cruel action, however, some people may misrepresent themselves in an attempt to obtain a desirable animal that they could then sell for a profit. This notice is posted to make pet owners aware of the potential for this type of behavior and to assist them in making the best choice for the future of their beloved pet.



I have been fostering Totton for the last 5 months. She is a spayed lab mix that belonged to good friends of mine. She was a very well cared for and loved pet. Her family welcomed 3 babies into their family within 4 years. This left little time for Totton and much stress in the household. She is very good with children but the family had no time for her. She has a mild allergy that is controlled with Apoquel. But this allergy was not diagnosed in the previous home and was an issue for the family as well. She is content to be inside mostly. She rings a bell when she needs to go out. She is well behaved and loves to go on walks. She loves to sleep in bed with you but will obey if you don't allow. She loves to play tug of war and fetch inside (for some reason she doesn't play fetch outside). I took her in because the family was under duress and I didn't want her to go to a shelter. My husband and I travel a lot and are not a good forever home for her. Our son takes care of her when we are gone but he has a dog and doesn't want another. She is fine with other dogs but she is more interested in being with the people than playing with dogs. She is eight years old and other than the allergy (or it may have been stress related) she has no health issues. She is up to date on shots and heartworm and flea medication. She is a very sweet dog and I had hoped that when the family got a little past the new baby stress they could take her back. The husband just lost his job and they are at a place where they know that she needs new home. If interested in giving Totton a forever home please contact Carolyn at (posted 2/19)



I recently rescued this fella off of Craigslist. I’m looking for a forever home for him. He’s an approx 5 year old Border Collie mix (was told Border Collie/Shepherd). He is neutered, heartworm negative and UTD on his shots. I have the paperwork for proof. At his last vet visit, he weighed 66 lbs. He’s a very good boy. He needs to be in a home without small children. He’s very loving. Very vocal. Serious inquiries only please. Thank you! Email or text 352-978-41zero4 if interested. (posted 2/19)

Area Pet Disclaimer: Pets shown on this page are not in the SPCA adoption program. We are providing their information in an effort to help place them in new homes. Please note that the information here was provided to the SPCA of Brevard by each pet’s owner(s). No one from the SPCA of Brevard has met or evaluated any of these pets, nor have we confirmed the accuracy of the information we were provided. As with all prospective pets, you should take reasonable steps to evaluate the suitability of a particular pet for your home and family. The SPCA of Brevard hereby disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied (including without limitation any implied warranty of fitness, fitness for a particular purpose and/or merchantability) concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability of the information concerning any pet or the suitability for any particular circumstance of any pet listed here for rehoming.

If you would like to post your pet on our Community Pets page please send an email to with a picture in jpg format (no larger than 1MB), a short description including pet's name, and your contact information. All pets must be spayed or neutered before they can be posted. Your post will remain on the site for 30 days. If you do place your pet please contact to remove your post.