Fosters Needed!

I have been asked to take these 3 dogs. Different places, but still have been asked. I can’t take without a committed foster offer OR if you have an approved application and would possibly like to adopt any of them. Info under each picture! If you are interested in fostering or adopting any of these dogs please fill out an application.

Adopted- 2 year old golden mix great with dogs, cats, and kids is losing her home the end of the week.



Adopted- Saved by a good person when dumped on their cul de sac. She has kept her safe and tried to find a home in Texas for her, but doesn’t have any rescue connections. They are a blended family with six children, from preschool to teens, and she said it is not fair to Lucy to be crated all the time when they are running to all the kids activities. She has been good with dogs and obviously kids of all ages. Lucy was light heart worm positive. She has just finished a 30 day regiment of Doxy and is on Heart guard. Holly is willing to pay 250-300 for her to get the shots. She just wants her to be settled so no stress is on her traveling after. With six kids and their own dog Lucy wants to play with that would not be the environment she needs after shots.she is super sweet. She will need HW injections to kill the remaining heartworms and will need to be kept quiet for a 4-6 week period after those injections. She is fully vetted.


Mia is a Australian cattle dog. She will be 4 September. She is spayed and UTD on shots.
The reason we are looking to re home her asap is becusse she is not good with my 2 1/2 year old son. We have worked with home front canine for months but unfortunately she is very nervous around him and acts out with aggression towards him. She has tried to go after him and due to safety for my son we need a home ASAP. Mia is good with other dogs, adults and children over the age of 10.
We have not had her around other animals to see how she is with them.
Mia has lots of energy and loves to play fetch.
NO kids under 10-Mia was abused in a previous home and does not do well with small children