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Sissy is a sweet and shy black female chow. Her family is having to re-home because their other chow is not being very nice to her in addition to some recent family issues. She has never been aggressive and she's very calm. Sissy has eyesight issues in her left eye and needs twice daily eye drops, but she's very good at getting her eye drops. She has skin sensitivity issues sometimes and has occasionally needed pills, but she's great at eating the pills as well. She definitely sees well enough to get around great. She goes on long walks outside and can navigate jumping through ditches and high grasses. She does fine with kids and other dogs. Sissy is very sweet, laid back, house-trained, and heartworm negative.
Rosey Reminder!!! This awesome girl is still looking for her forever home!! She was spayed on Tuesday and is healing nicely, so she is ready to go home!! She’s petite now. It needs to gain about 10 more pounds and she will be perfect at 35-37 pounds. We just love her!!! You will, too! She is HW+, as it seems most dogs in Texas are these days. Don’t let this dissuade you from giving her or any other dog a chance just because a prior owner was unable to do the right thing. Trust us when we say she is worth it and would have a home already if we could!!!! 🙋♀️🙋♀️🙋♀️
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Meet Ember....a beautiful 5 year old girl weighing 55 lbs that joined us from the Louisiana area. She is friendly and sweet once she is comfortable. Any new adopter will need the patience and understanding for this girl. A gentle approach will work best. She had one of the most severe UTI's we have seen when she joined us and is finally feeling much better! She has been introduced to her foster brother who is a lab and did great! Based on what her prior owners advised, she will not do well with cats.
Meet SMore!! This happy boy joins us weighing in at 44 lbs and is estimated to be 3-4 years old. He’s currently fighting an upper respiratory infection and his foster mom & dad up in Richardson, TX are doing an amazing job helping him get better (with steam treatments!!) and we love that shower cap photo!! We don’t know how he is with dogs, cats, or kids since he’s sick, but plan to introduce him as soon as he’s well. And neutered, too!!! Are you as smitten with him as we are?! Fill out an application!!
This handsome guy is about 1.5 years old and came to us as a stray. It’s clear that Robbie was not socialized properly as a pup. He gets very overstimulated when meeting people for the first time and can be a bit intimidating while doing so. Once you get past the initial meeting and he learns you are safe, Robbie is such a wonderful dog. He loves to run and play and get pets! He is a fence fighter, another sign of overstimulation - meaning he tends to run up and down the fence or other boundary marker barking at passers by. He would do best in a calm, Chow savvy home with structure, continued training, consistency, and no children. Robbie is being fostered about a half hour north of Houston.