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My name is Rory!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Houston, Texas - Rory
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Loving Arms Pet Placement

Facts about Rory

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Brindle - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Hi my name is Rory
I am a lab mix, and I am about seven months old. Somebody found me and my sister on the side of the road and posted me on Facebook. Now I’m in a loving foster home. My sister was adopted already. I miss her but she’s in a forever home now and she’s happy. I couldn’t get adopted until now because I had to have surgery on my foot - it was broken.
They don’t know how my foot got broken, just that it had been broken a long time. My foster mom says I could have been hit by a car or stepped on by a horse we don’t know, I was too young to remember. I do know it hurt and now I’ve been walking with a little bit of the limp.
The vet told my foster mom that my second toe was painful and he was right it did hurt. So he thought it would be best to take it off, and they also had to shave down the bone on my toe a little so my foot looked more normal. So you can see I have just had surgery. My foster mom calls me a trooper because I still want to play and have fun even know I’d just had surgery. I had learned to walk on it but I’m hoping I’ll get to walk a little bit easier now that the toe is off and it won’t hurt me as bad. My foster mom says she might be able to get it where I can walk more normal.
If you ask my foster mom she will tell you I’m a very sweet boy and I love to play with all kinds of toys and chew on things, and I have lot of chew toys at my house right now. I love to be loved on and talked to. I have a foster sister that I really like to play with and a foster brother - he sometimes plays with me but not as much as my foster sister. My foster home also has some little creatures called “cats”. My foster sister showed me how much fun it is to bark at them, but since they don’t play with me I just play with my toys and foster sister. So if you would like to know more about me you can ask my foster mom and she can tell you what ever you would like to know and if you’re interested in adopting you can talk to one of the volunteers for Loving Arms and they can tell you what to do. Oh and I’m sorry I can’t come out and play with you today it’s because I just had surgery I would love to but I can but if you’d like to pet me my foster mom can bring me out for you.

I was adopted, but the family the adopted sad they did not me anymore. My foster mom and dad tells me it was not anything I did, they get did not want a dog anymore. So now I am looking for a new family would you me be part of your family?

About Loving Arms Pet Placement

About Our Rescue Group...

Loving Arms Pet Placement is a non profit 501 (c)(3) organization supported entirely by private donations and the support of dedicated volunteers. When an individual rescues a companion animal we offer an alternative to taking the animal to a shelter. If our rescuer agrees to care for the animal’s essential needs such as food, cleanliness and shelter we provide the veterinary care needed to get the animal healthy enough for adoption. All animals will be spayed or neutered prior to being placed for adoption. We will provide organized adoption programs which include our website and arranging sites for the animals to meet the public. Loving Arms Pet Placement also provides humane education to support healthy and loving companion animal/human relationships, and to prevent cruelty of any kind. Loving Arms Pet Placement offers support to other animal welfare organizations and works jointly with other groups to address the problems of stray and abandoned pets.

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Copperfield PetSmart
7050 Hwy 6 N

7050 Hwy 6 N, Houston, TX 77095

Our Adoption Process...

We have a application to fill out, and we do a vet check and a home visit.