The pups of Take me Home Pet Rescue (TMHPR) send you a not-so-frightening update on all things dog today.
You will notice that Suzy is featured as our Halloween model in her adorable scrunchie. She and her sister, Roxy attended our Meet & Greet event this last weekend at the PotteryBarn at the Galleria in Dallas.
We had at least 12 dogs represent us so well. We want to thank the PotteryBarn for having us and allowing our dogs to take over the sofas. It is a great venue to show off our dogs who are looking for their Forever Homes.
It is not a Halloween Trick or Treat.
We are currently in need of new fosters. Please consider opening your home to a rescue dog who is simply waiting for their Forever Family to find them.
We currently have fluffy puppies, young females, large dogs, small dogs, non-shedders, all waiting for a place to lay their head for a brief time. If you have never fostered and want to know more, please visit our website at tmhpr.com/foster for more information. We provide all of the supplies, medical care and any training you may need. Our army of fosters are ready to help you with any advice or support you may need. Please keep in mind that we are a foster-based rescue. We can only save additional lives, when fosters open their homes.
BIG Dogs Looking For Homes
The weather is changing and Fall is here, at least for a day or two. Who doesn’t love having a BIG dog in the house when you need a good cuddle bug on these chilly nights. We have some fabulous companions who would love to join you for a snooze on the couch or in the bed.
If you are someone you know is looking for a BIG dog, please check out the gorgeous babies we have available here. Not in the market for a new Forever Friend? Please share their need for Forever Homes!
We wish everyone a happy and safe Halloween. Please keep your pets safe and secure by finding them a safe place to be when opening your doors to the little goblins tonight. Doorbells, knocks and lots of activity can stress our our furry friends, so secure them in another room where they feel safe and they are not able to bolt out the front door.