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2 Puppies Dumped Near a Busy Road

At just 8 weeks old, Mason and Madison survived a terrifying ordeal when they were dumped near a busy road and then ended up in an overcrowded rural shelter. The shelter is no place for young and fragile puppies so we knew we had to help. Thankfully MaryAnn Ruuska offered to foster them and Nancye Frank offered to transport them.

Thank you to our amazing adoptions team — Valerie, Susan, Jana, Heather, and Sue — whose dedication and tireless efforts ensured Mason and Madison found the most perfect homes!

We are excited to announce that Mason and Madison have found their forever homes, with the Barclay and Lowe families. Congratulations on the adorable new additions to your families! May Mason and Madison's future be filled with love, warmth, and endless tail wags.


Individual donations are DOUBLED, and new Monthly Donations are TRIPLED through 12/31. Several generous donors have agreed to double all donations, and triple new monthly donations, up to $20K, through the end of the year.

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7643 Gate Parkway #104-27

Jacksonville, FL 32256


Sick and injured animals need help fast. Every donation helps, but Monthly donors give us flexibility to respond immediately when there is an emergency. When there is a hoarding case or a hurricane, a dog with a gunshot wound or a cruelty case, we have to act quickly. We don't have time to do a fundraiser, and wait for those funds to get to us. Your monthly donation can help us save lives again and again. To learn more, please visit:

Florida Urgent Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, a 2023 Top Rated Nonprofit on Great Nonprofits, and the recipient of a 2023 Candid Platinum Seal of Transparency by Guidstar. Learn more about FUR at:


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