My name is Jake!

Labrador Retriever/Blue Lacy/Texas Lacy Mix Dog for adoption in Tomball, Texas - Jake
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever/Blue Lacy/Texas Lacy Mix Dog for adoption in Tomball, Texas - Jake
Photo 2 - Labrador Retriever/Blue Lacy/Texas Lacy Mix Dog for adoption in Tomball, Texas - Jake
Photo 3 - Labrador Retriever/Blue Lacy/Texas Lacy Mix Dog for adoption in Tomball, Texas - Jake
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I'm being cared for by:
Emmy's Hope Rescue

Facts about Jake

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Blue Lacy/Texas Lacy Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 8999679

Thanks to an animal loving couple, Jake and his brother, Tommy were trapped and rescued when they were about 4 months old, after they were abandoned by a stray mama dog in a Tomball neighborhood. It appeared they had never been touched by humans because they were very fearful and would run and hide in the bushes. Their foster parents opened their hearts and home to these two sweet puppies and have done a phenomenal job of bringing them out of their shells.

These once abandoned pups have grown into beautiful mid sized dogs. Their foster mom thinks they must be Texas Blue Lacy mixes.

Jake is a sweet boy, curious and active.  He is always alert and friendly, yet shy at first with strangers. Jake will kennel up on command. He only barks when he hears or sees someone unfamiliar.  He is crate trained and only potties outside, never in his crate. Jake enjoys going for walks on his leash.

Can you open your heart and home to this handsome boy? Jake just needs that special human that is not only an experienced dog owner but who has the love and patience to guide him.

Estimated birthdate: January 2015.   

Approximate weight: 40 lbs.

If you would like to meet Jake, please text or call his foster mom, Janice at - 936-207-0963.

*** CRITERIA for adopting from EHR***


1. Be 21 years or older.

2. Have a fenced yard.

3. Have at least 2 years of  good vet history with current and / or past pets - annual vaccinations, heart worm testing and using a monthly HW preventative.



About Emmy's Hope Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

• Aid in the rescue of abandoned or stray animals in need of temporary shelter or safe haven.
• Aid in the care and medical needs of those animals while under the care of the corporation.
• Aid in finding suitable homes and responsible owners to give them a forever loving home.

Come Meet Our Pets...

To be announced as scheduled

Our Adoption Process...

1. Application
An adoption application is required, providing information about your family, as well as past and current pets.
2. Vet check
You give us permission to contact your veterinarian regarding current and/or past pets. You must have a good vet history, showing that you are a responsible pet owner.
3. Home visit
A home visit will be scheduled.
• To adopt a dog, you must have a fenced area. We will check it to make sure there are no escape routes. We will not leave a dog with you unless problem areas are fixed.
• To adopt a cat, the home environment must be safe for the cat. There needs to be a place where the cat can be isolated for several days until the new cat & current pets can get used to each other.
4. Trial run
There will be a minimum of a one week trial at your home, to make sure that the pet you have chosen is a good match with your family. If the pet does not work out, for whatever reason, we will take the pet back.
5. Adoption finalization
When we all agree that the pet is a good match with your family, the adoption can be finalized. An adoption contract is signed. You must promise to be a responsible and loving pet owner for the entire life of your new pet.
6. Adoption fees
• Dogs - $150
• Cats - $100
This fee helps defray the cost of vetting but by no means covers all the money already spent on your new pet. All rescues are completely vetted: all shots up-to-date, spayed/neutered and parasite free. (Dogs) are micro-chipped, heartworm negative and currently taking a heart worm preventative. (Cats) are tested and negative for FIV and FELV. Other health issues may also have been treated and you will get a history of anything that’s been done.