Meet some of the new faces of TMHPR.
These pups all have their own history . . . . but we are focused on their future.
So many words to describe the forever happy dog.
You would never know that he has spent most of his life unwanted and unloved. He was rescued and then tossed away as someone else’s problem. And yet, he continues to smile.
We believe this boy has a past of being crated for long periods of time – alone. He has been in a foster home for a couple of weeks now and has learned that walks out on a leash is a thing to enjoy. He will make a great running/walking partner, hiking friend or dog park buddy.
He is 60 lbs of love.
Getting home from the worst job ever?
Windsor is there with his infectious smile.
Experienced the worst break up ever?
Windsor will greet you with a hug.
I’m 5′ 4″ and Windsor greets me with a big hug, so he can look in my eyes and smile.
I have to smile back. You just can’t not smile back.
Isabelle was also found on the streets. Dumped and hungry, she trusted the rescuers enough to hitch a ride to TMHPR.
This little terrier mix is young and just so stinking CUTE!! You would think these street dogs would be aggressive or hold a grudge. But, not at all. They love humans and want to just be loved in return.
We were told, “Someone must be looking for her.” But, no one is looking.
In the last week we have found that she has Sarcoptic Mange and Coccidia. We are going to get her well and find her a FABULOUS forever home.
Duchess is still waiting for a foster. She has been at the Adoption Center for a week and has truly come out of her shell. She knows the volunteers are there to love on her and make life brighter.
Duchess weighs in at only 50 lbs. We are helping her gain weight and be the healthiest she has ever been,
Duchess is currently looking for a Foster Home or a Foster to Adopt Family. She is so very loving, sweet & gentle. And we are happy to report, HEART WORM NEGATIVE!!
Musical Puppies – Decompressed
So, the three Junkyard/Musical boys that were brought in from Balch Springs last week appear to be nice and relaxed after six days at the center. These boys were so very scared and huddled together in fear of people and noises.
Well, this may be the funniest picture we have received in a long time. Here is Alto napping yesterday afternoon. They are now sleeping apart and tummies up!!
We need a puppy foster who can teach the boys what it is like to live in a home for a few weeks, before they are ready for adoption. How about you?
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