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Meet Polly

(Foster Parent: Jessica)

Polly is a sweet but timid cattle dog that has not had an easy life. She was rescued from the Fort Worth Shelter with an open wound on her tail. She has sense had her tail amputated. She is currently in Heartworm treatment. She gets tested March 6, 2019 since her treatment to determine if the treatment was successful. Once she gains your trust, she will never leave your side. She is the perfect pocket pup. Estimated 1 year old, spayed, micro chipped and potty trained. Polly only wants to be loved and properly cared for. A love bug that loves to cuddle.

Meet Riley

(Foster Parent: Jessica)

Riley was a TWTR bottle baby over two years ago. He was adopted around 6 months old and recently returned. Riley is very protective of his family & home. We recommend him to go to a home without young children. Riley does need regular walks to release some of his energy. He is great with other dogs of all sizes. Riley is up-to-date on vaccines, heartworm negative, current on preventatives (heartworm, flea & tick), crate trained, kennel trained, and potty trained. He would love a home with limited traffic.

Meet Gidget

(Foster Parent: Jessica)

Mama Gidget is estimated 3 years old and 12 pounds. She was running the streets for several months and finally trapped after she delivered 5 puppies on Feb 22, 2019.  Once puppies are old enough to be weaned, mom & puppies will be up for adoption. Pre-Adoption is available. She is heartworm negative, up-to-date on vaccines, current on preventatives (heartworm, flea & ticks), crate trained and kennel trained.

Meet Henny Penny

Bio coming soon!

Meet Kaci Jane

Bio coming soon!

Meet Miles

(Foster Parent: Jessica)

Senior male lab estimated 8-9 years old.

Neutered, micro chipped, heartworm negative and crate trained.  Miles cannot be in a home with children.

"Medical" adoptable dogs

These pups are available for adoption but have a few imperfections. But they are still perfect to us.





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These animals are currently with their original owners but are needing new homes.

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