Mimi is an adorable terrier mix that is almost 6 months old and was saved from euthanasia at a local shelter. She’s cute and sassy and loves to talk, but she’s as sweet as she can be and loves cuddles and belly rubs. Mimi has had two rounds of puppy shots, her boosters and rabies shot, and is ready for her forever home. She is housebroken in foster care – she knows what to do when she goes out and never goes in her crate. Mimi needs lots of chew toys now, and she also loves small soft toys to play with. She will be spayed by August 1, at 6 months. Adorable, sweet and cute as a bug in a rug, Mimi is ready to go home with you now! She’s waiting to steal your heart!
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 she has since emerged from her shell a happy and playful girl who loves life and experiencing everything with sheer joy. We have no idea how long Daisy lived in the forest, whether she was dumped there, or wandered off and got lost, but her progress has been remarkable since she has been in foster care. She’s a small and pretty girl who for all she has been through is very trusting. She loves children, other dogs, and cats don’t phase her. Daisy likes her toys and exploring. She is crate trained and appears to house trained, and would benefit by having a companion dog as well as someone home most of the day. She is ready for her forever home and would love to be part of a family!
I’m a 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. I am only three years old and recently finished my heart worm treatment; I’m now in my final quiet time and am excellent in my crate. I’m a girl who doesn’t mind other dogs, but I want to be your special girl. I make sure I get my pats and hugs from my special person!
I am tiny – just about 20 pounds of cuteness. I have the look of a mini Australian Shepherd (but no where near the size) or maybe a Pappion mix? I’m quiet and working on my house training. I love affection and will warm up to you pretty quickly if you let me come to you first. My foster mom says I am quite sweet, cute, petite, and overall a very good and cooperative girl. I’m looking for my forever home soon! Kisses, “Fancy Pants”
Marley appears to be a chihuahua-dachshund mix who was saved from euthanasia at a local shelter. He’s a unique, adorable brindle colored boy who is laid back in temperament but loves to play as all puppies do; he loves chew toys and soft small toys to play with. Marley has had two rounds of puppy shots, his boosters and rabies shot, and is ready for his forever home. He will be neutered by August 1, at 6 months. Marley is a little shy at first but loves cuddles and kisses. He is pretty well housebroken in foster care and knows what to do when he goes out; Marley has never wet in his crate. Adorable, sweet, and ready to play, adopt Marley, and he will steal your heart! He’s precious and will be a great companion or family dog!
Griffy is the sweetest and best boy! He is about 4.5 years old and appears to be both house and crate trained. A peep is never heard from him when he’s crated, and he is not a barker. Griffy also does well on a leash and is non-reactive to other dogs. He gets along great with his foster mates during play and explore time in the yard. Assessed as being very healthy, he is ready to go. Griffy would love to be with his forever family in time for Mother’s Day, and he thinks he would make the perfect gift for mom.
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