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My name is Flame!

Cattle Dog/Setter (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Iola, Texas - Flame
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Betty's Sanctuary Dogs

Facts about Flame

  • Breed: Cattle Dog/Setter (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Flame is about 5 years old. I am not sure what her breed is, but she is definitely a gorgeous girl! She was rescued from the Tri County fires. She is good with one other dog and he is a male. She is by herself in her play yard because she is so submissive and other dogs pick on her. She is super super sweet and really wants you to love on her, but she is very shy so you have to get low and baby talk her to come to you. She deserves a family of her own to give her the security she needs to live life to the fullest!

The dogs are located in Iola, Texas, which is near Navasota and Bryan College Station. If you have any adoption or rescue questions please contact me by email at iolasanctuarydogs@att.net.

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About Betty's Sanctuary Dogs

About Our Rescue Group...

The original idea for Betty Neblett's sanctuary was to have it be a "last resort" for senior and other dogs who had nowhere else to go and were possibly unadoptable. Over the years Betty has rescued dogs from certain death whether it be being killed/die on the streets or euthanized at a shelter due to space. Many of these dogs are adoptable, but up until now most have not been available for adoption. Betty would like to see if those dogs can find loving homes. Funds are not as easy to come by these days and Betty doesn't take monetary donations, so getting some adopted will help lighten the load.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Donations for vetting can be called in to her vet Beard-Navasota Veterinary Hospital in Navasota 936-825-3877 or 888-881-3877. Just tell them to put it on Betty Neblett's account. :) Betty does not have a 501(c)3, so the donations are not tax deductible.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The dogs are located in Iola, Texas. Betty is available most every day although times may vary. If you would like to visit the sanctuary to meet some dogs, please email me at iolasanctuarydogs@att.net.

Our Adoption Process...

$150 adoption fee
There will be an adoption application and adoption contract.
Home visits will be arranged through a network of rescuers and volunteers throughout the area.
All of these dogs have been living in outdoor play yards and their yards are really nice, so we would prefer for the dogs to have their lives stepped up by becoming indoor dogs and not moving from one outdoor situation to another.
All of the dogs are already spayed/neutered and on HW preventative.