Maxx & Me can only be successful with the support of the community like you.  Your help is very appreciated. Your adoption fee, help towards vetting all goes towards the animals. We have no paid staff and are all volunteers. When you adopt a dog you help with their medical needs, vetting and many other critical cases. At this time the fee is not tax deductible.

Please be honest when completing this application. There are NO wrong answers. The questions are designed to help place our dogs in the right homes.

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  • Ace – Adopted!

    Meet ACE   *bonded pair with REMY – see her post too*   This handsome puppy is 52lbs of pure love. There is no one more affectionate (or good looking) than him. Ace has a sister named Remy that he is extremely bonded with. Where......

  • Blair

    Want a pup that can go anywhere with you? That’s Blair. She’s fun, active, well-socialized, dog friendly, kid friendly and not phased by busy places. You can take Blair to festivals, breweries, restaurants, dog bars, anywhere! This blue-eyed beauty is a 16 month old Siberian......

  • Bogart

    Bogart Boy! The scars that cover his entire emaciated body hint at the life Bogie had before he was saved by us. Bogart was a street dog and we had gotten a call to help a starving, emaciated dog who was spotted for weeks out.......

  • Brent – Foster Needed ASAP – Pool Wanted!

    Brent is an EXTREMELY special boy!   He was once a shelter resident at Pasco County Animal Services, where he stayed for 7 months before being adopted and was a volunteer favorite. Minutes after being adopted, he slipped his collar and ran off. Unfortunately, he......

  • Buck

    Meet Buck!   Buck is a big, sweet boy searching for a new home. Sadly, his mom was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Her biggest worry is finding a family to love her handsome boy forever. Can you help him?   Buck is only......

  • Cali- Foster NEEDED!

    Cali-girl was adopted by her fosters as a playful, happy go lucky puppy at five months old. Fast forward nearly two years later, and Cali was dumped at our boarding facility with paperwork saying *they were moving, *she didn’t like other dogs, *or kids, *or......