Skymir came into a Texas shelter with a badly injured ear. We aren't sure how it happened, but it's all healed up now. He is an 11 month old, 40 lb lab mix pup, maybe a little hound in there? He is small, so he may not get as big as labs usually do. He loves to wiggle his butt and play with his foster siblings, but his favorite pastime is chewing on a good hard bone. He is very food motivated, so it's easy to get him focused for training. Until he learns to stop jumping, older kids are probably best. Skymir is a little shy when you first meet him, but comes around pretty quickly. He likes to cuddle up on cold days in his crate and lay in the sun on warmer days. Because he is a puppy, he would do best in a home with another dog or an active family. He is neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped. A physical fenced yard is required with his adoption. His adoption fee is $350.00. If you have questions about Skymir not covered in this bio, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply to adopt, visit our website at [http://www.projecthoperescue.org and fill out an adoption application. click HERE.
Although we're not sure on Walters past we know he has a great future. Walter found himself in a Texas shelter in pretty rough shape but he just needed some love to bring out this handsome fella. After arriving north and a trip to the vet we discovered Walter is diabetic. He currently receives insulin shots twice a day and gets special food to control his diabetes. He is estimated to be around 10 years old. Walter is fixed, utd on shots, and currently on flea, tick, and worms preventative. Walter would prefer to be with a super chill fur sibling. It is not recommended that he goes to a home with small children as he is still learning to trust humans again. He likes to be pet and purrs loudly but sudden movements scare him. His adoption fee is $75.00. If you have questions not answered in this bio, email us at email@example.com. If you think Walter would be the perfect addition to your life, click HERE.
April is a 7 month old 29 pound Terrier mix. April was found as a stray in Alabama where she was treated for rickets. Treatment included good food, vitamins and they splints on her legs to straighten them. They are still a little deformed but it doesn't slow her down or bother her!
April didn't have a very good start in her life but holds no grudges. She will definitely steal your heart. She is a little bashful at first but she is so loving and will follow you around the yard. April gets along great with other dogs. She hasn't been around cats that we know of, but since she is a puppy, she would probably be ok with them. She would be good with children that are respectful to her. April likes to play with toys and with other dogs. A home with a physical fenced yard is highly preferred. She is crate trained and is dong well with potty training. April is spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on her vaccines. Her adoption fee is $350.00. If you have any questions about April not answered in this bio, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply to adopt, click HERE.
Liberty is a 3 year old, 19 pound terrier mix. Liberty was found on the side of the road in Texas and couldn't use her back legs. She has had surgery on both rear legs legs to see if that would improve her mobility. Unfortunately, neither surgery proved successful, so it was decided to amputate her left leg in hopes that it would cause her to use her right leg more. Currently, she will use her back right leg at times but when she gets excited and runs she will drag it. She is on a good joint supplement in hopes it will help her build strength in her leg. Liberty gets along with other dogs but we aren't sure how she is around cats. She would be okay with children that are respectful to her. A home with a physical fenced yard would be ideal for her. Liberty can go up steps to sit on the couch as she likes to sit with her person! She is house & crate trained, micro-chipped, spayed and up to date on vaccines. Her adoption fee is $300.00. If you have questions about Liberty not covered in this bio, please email us at email@example.com. To apply to adopt, click HERE.
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