My name is Tex!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Plano, Texas - Tex
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I'm being cared for by:
The Big Fixx Rescue

Facts about Tex

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Last updated: January 7, 2017

Hey guys, my name is Tex! These humans keep telling me how great of a catch I am, but no one has come forward to give me a forever home. I promise I'll be on my best behavior. I know some basic commands, I'm potty trained, crate trained and very friendly. When my humans are in the other room, I tend to bark until I find them. Once I find them, I make sure to jump in their lap, that way they won't be able to get up. The humans tell me I'm a "lap dog," I'm not sure what that means. I love to snuggle and I'm really good at keeping humans warm. I'd love a family of my very own, maybe a doggy brother/sister to play with too! I'm a young guys, so I know I have a long life to spend with a forever family. Could that be you?

About The Big Fixx Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

The Big Fixx is a rescue and education group created in order to help eliminate the problem of pet overpopulation in the United States and rescue animals from the shelters that would have been euthanized. The rescue got started from a couple of animal lovers, April Walder and Natalie Cubbage brainstorming of how to help the shelter animals. We discovered the need to get to the source of the problem in order to see less animals being euthanized in the shelters. The goal of The Big Fixx is to "Fixx" the problem at the source and help the community understand the importance of spaying and neutering the animals.

All of us are affected by the overpopulation of animals. Truth is, millions of tax dollars are spent annually to shelter and care for stray, abandoned and unwanted pets. And the worst part is, most of the money is spent to euthanize these animals when homes cannot be found.

We are constantly thinking of new ideas for fundraising, drawing in volunteers and foster homes as well as brainstorming on how to make a more successful impact on the public. If you have any ideas or would like to help, let April Walder or Natalie Cubbage know. We appreciate all of the help and dedication from our rescue family.

The organization is currently a private rescue with plans to become a non-profit this year.

Our Adoption Process...

Our standard adoption fee is $200, but they're subject to change, due to cost of vetting and care for the animal. All animals adopted come vetted, heart worm tested, current on heart worm prevention, spayed/neutered and microchipped.