Adopting a dog is a meeting of the heart as well as of the mind. It is a lifetime commitment to an animal that will be your loving companion and your best friend.
To view our adoptable dogs that are in Texas please visit our Adopt A Pet link here:
We also have a North East "hub" with our two co-leaders Lia and Michelle. We are now transporting adoptable dogs to the North East. You can either request for a Texas dog to be transported directly to you as an Adopter or we do occasionally send some to Fosters. The list of dogs that are currently in New York are at this link:
Please note we are a foster based rescue so if you are interested in meeting a dog it is by appointment only once we have received back an application and have conducted a phone interview. We are not a shelter and do not have "one location" for you to meet all of our dogs. So in order to meet, we need to coordinate with our fosters and find a suitable location/time to meet. We do also require home visits but if due to restrictions we ask for you to at least send pictures of your house/yard.
If you are interested in adopting a dog fill out the application at this link (or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send you a PDF version:
We have a few dogs that are not deemed "adoptable" yet whether it's because they need to get spayed/neutered, undergo HW treatment or any other medical/behavioral needs. However, we are always open to a foster to adopt. Below are a few of our soon to be adoptable dogs that are not yet listed on Adopt- A- Pet.
Stefka Royal Pups
TBD as they get older!
These precious babies were found on the side of a road at only 3 weeks old... without any mama in sight. A Good Samaritan picked them up, called Animal Control, who reached out to us asking if we can help. Thanks to our amazing fosters we were able to help! Stay Tuned on these precious babies!
Glory is a beautiful gal, she doesn't trust all people right away but once she knows you she's a love. A loyal gal, very one person family oriented type of girl
Honey Bee was rescued out of the Beeville shelter with two of her young pups... her pups were adopted but Honey Bee is very timid and slowly learning that humans are friends. She's amazingly coming around, great on a leash and crate trained!
Ginger was rescued out of BARC when she was surrendered as a bite case. Destined for euthanasia due to rabies quarantine, our foster quickly stepped up and said there's no way she deserves that outcome! Sure enough she has taken her home and hasn't shown any signs of the aggression. Stay tuned on this beauty!