This dog was found on the side of the road with a hook through his leg around his tendon. He was taken to an emergency vet hospital. After 3 hours of surgery they removed the hook and sewed up the hole. He has recovered nicely and luckily there was no damage to his leg. He has been neutered, he has his shots, he tested negative for heartworm and is microchipped.
Hook is currently looking for his forever home. He would be best in a home by himself. Hook does not do well with cats or small dogs. He doesn't try to hurt them, but he does like to chase them. He plays rough (due to his breed, age, and size) so he would also be best with older children. He needs to be in an active household since he has a lot of energy and needs a lot of attention. He loves to run and play catch. He needs a lot of training but has already learned a few commands and is eager to learn new tricks. He is a sweet boy, and needs a family that will love him and appreciate his goofy personality.
Sugar Ray was found on the side of the road in a known area of Dallas for dumping dogs. After we searched for his owners to no avail, Sugar is ready to find his forever home. We believe that he is an English Bulldog mix (possibly a boxer/bulldog). He is neutered, microchipped, and current on his vaccines. He is a couch potato that loves to give slobbery kisses. He is good with people and other dogs, but would do best in a house without cats. Sugar Ray tested low positive for heartworms and is currently undergoing treatment. We expect he will have a full recovery.
Lilly was found in November 2018 on a night that the low was 28°F! She was found with her mate and 3 little puppies. She was a great mama, but her puppies have been adopted and now she is looking for her forever home. She is spayed, microchipped and current on vaccines.
Meet Styx, named after the goddess that guarded the river between earth and the underworld. She is a dumped Dowdy Ferry dog found coming out of the Trinity run off. We believe she is a blue heeler/lab mix. She is about 25 pounds and is 6 months old.
Twinkle is named for "twinkle toes" because she has those cute white toes and she is very dainty. Toro is named for "bull in a china shop" because he is a rough and tumble boy. They came to us from DAS at 3 weeks old because their mother was starting to attack her litter over food. They will be available for adoption in June.
Tameka (left) and Tamar (right) came to us as an owner surrender when they were 4 weeks old. They are American Pitbull Terriers and will be available for adoption in June.
This little family came to us during a thunderstorm from DAS, so we gave them all weather names. Mama Rainey (for the rain storm) is two years old and weighs 4 lb. Her puppies Skyler (for the dark sky) and Neil (which is Gaelic for cloud), were about three weeks old when they came to us. The puppies will be available for adoption in June, and Rainey will be available for adoption in May.
Valentina came to us from DAS. She is 2 months old and and is a Cairn Terrier. She was surrendered because she had a history of seizures. We renamed her Valentina (Tina for short) because St. Valentine is the patron saint of epilepsy, so we thought the female version of his name would be perfect for her.
Ostara came to us from DAS Easter weekend. She is 12 years old and as sweet as can be. If you love seniors then she is the dog for you. She is potty trained, and she loves to walk around outside and lay in the sun. She also loves to snuggle and lay on the couch. She doesn't have many teeth so she has been eating wet food only. She is spayed, microchipped and current on vaccines.