Come visit us on Saturday, May 4, from 12 – 3 at Natural Pawz’s La Centerra location in Cinco Ranch (Katy). Consider fostering a cocker spaniel, too……we desperately need foster homes in the Katy area! Click for address/map. (more…)
I’m Fancy, a girly girl who was found along a heavily traveled highway where my owner apparently left me. I was out there a week before a street rescuer was able to catch me. Others had unsuccessfully tried , but little did I realize this was the best thing that could have happened to me! HCSR took me in to help me even though I’m not a cocker. At first I ran from everyone because I was so afraid, but now I come when I am called. I don’t mind other dogs, but I don’t know much about playing with them or about toys yet. I am only three years old and already have heart worms, but I will be treated for them. I don’t seem to be fond of young children but am fine with adults. I am tiny – just about 18 pounds, and as cute as a button. I have the look of an Australian Shepherd, but I’m no where near their size. (more…)
JJ was adopted as a young puppy from HCSR and was returned almost nine months later, supposedly for being “destructive.” He is feeling let down from losing his family and his canine companion, but he is doing well back in foster care. All puppies need training; JJ was never given that opportunity by his adopter, nor was he crate trained when these habits began. He is now being more structured to help him learn. He’s a good dog with a sweet temperament who would be great with young children and would enjoy a companion fur friend to play with. He is house trained and handsome. (more…)
Daisy is four years old and was found in trash along the side of the road in the National Forest near Cold Spring, Texas. She was rescued by Waggin’ Tails Rescue and later turned over to HCSR. Daisy had a terrible case of mange and hookworms but other than that was in good health. Initially, Daisy was afraid to go outside and flinched at every strange sound, but after two weeks with HCSR she emerged from her shell a happy and playful girl. She now plays like a puppy and even appears to be an alpha girl. She’s a little rough at play so she more than likely hasn’t been exposed to many other dogs. (more…)
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