Hannah needs a New Year’s miracle! She was in a shelter in Korea for about two years and we were blessed to have her flight expenses donated so we could bring her to the states. When Hannah arrived, we took her to the vet and found out she had a mammary tumor (which was malignant), had horrible teeth (lost quite a few with her dental), and was heartworm positive. Fortunately, when the tumor was removed, they felt like they got it all (clean margins) so we feel good about that. Hannah is about 9 – 10 years old but acts like she’s about 2 or 3! Her eyes/ears are good and she has a feisty personality. She is great with other dogs/cats/kids, etc., and loves to snuggle on the sofa with her human and watch TV. (more…)
I am beautiful Isabella, and my foster mom calls me Izzy sometimes, but I could also be called Bella. I am a four year old jet black girl who spent my Christmas in the shelter but got my freedom ride shortly after. I am almost 25 pounds and am preparing for my spay and heart worm treatment. A quiet girl, I love to run and play tag with my friend Rocky in the back yard at my foster mom’s. (more…)
My name is Waylon, and I’m a handsome chocolate country boy with light brown and white feet from Tennessee. I was turned into a small rural shelter when I was only two years old. Now, I am four and finally found my way out with HCSR. A new volunteer at my Tennessee shelter had a sister in Houston, who through her friend, got me my freedom ride to HCSR. I arrived just in time to have my Christmas here, and my foster mom had lots of toys waiting for me. Unfortunately, I had not been groomed for quite a while and had to be sedated because I was so overgrown. My ears hurt, too, because they were infected, but now I feel much better and I look better, too. (more…)
My name is Wynter, and I am a sweet, four year old female cockapoo. I was found by my angel who tried her best to find my home by posting me on various sites and keeping me a while, but no one ever claimed me; I had no chip. I spent Christmas boarded in the vet’s office, but lucky for me, HCSR said they could take me the next day, so I got my Christmas wish. I am good with other dogs and would be good with children, but I prefer my person. (more…)
Trooper is one of three English Blue Roan Cockers that came from a family when their owner passed away. The boys are all littermates and about 6 – 7 years old. Tracker and Scout have found homes already and at first we thought Tracker and Trooper might need to be placed together, but decided to separate them and they are fine. Trooper is probably the most shy of the three but is a real love bug and bonds quickly!
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