Robin was picked up as a stray after giving birth to a litter of puppies. She was micro chipped and her name was Lady, the owners were contacted but never came for her. She was on the euthanasia list because she is heartworm positive. I picked her up and she is the sweetest dog! She doesn’t know a stranger, she loves everyone! She currently lives with a loud Chihuahua mix and a mellow Great Dane. She goes to doggie day care and they have open play and she plays great with the other dogs. She is a big favorite at day care. She loves to be with you and likes to snuggle. We put her in a crate and she can escape and would be looking out the window waiting on us to get home, so we have left her out and have had no issues. She should not go to a home with cats, because she likes to chase them. She know sit, outside, snack, eat. When you get the leash out she sits down where ever she is and waits patiently for you to put on the leash. Also, when you get her food she spins in circles because she is so excited. She has been around my 2 year old granddaughter and 1 year grandson and she loves them. Oh, her favorite place to sleep is the couch. She has no problem getting off if we want to sit on it, but that is her number one favorite place to nap. I do feed her separate from the other dogs (I have always kept my dogs separate just in case) and there has been no issues, our little dog likes to have her bowl full and just eat all day and if she is sitting by it Robin won’t go anywhere near it. Robin is heartworm positive and is taking medication for it, she is not restricted on her activities and can run and play. Rescue will provide medication until negative.
West Side Animal League is a volunteer organization that rescues animals from various Fort Worth area shelters. We strive to accomplish our goal of responsible pet ownership by raising public awareness of the need to spay and neuter pets and holding adoption events, spending quality time socializing the animals and in many cases bringing them into our homes as fosters until they can find their own fur-ever home.
We provide vaccinations and medical care as funds are available. 100% of our expenses are covered by donations and adoption fees. We are only able to accomplish this through the generosity of both time and money from others who also want to make the world a better place for our furry friends. If you would like to find out about opportunities to help, call our League line at 817-565-8222 or go to our meetup site at www.meetup.com/West-Side-Pet-Adoption-Meetup-Group. Thank you for your support as we continue Working to Save Animal Lives!
Come Meet Our Pets...
You can find out about our adoption events and volunteer opportunities at www.meetup.com/West-Side-Pet-Adoption-Meetup-Group.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fee ($150.00 for dogs & $100 for cats) is for an already-altered pet or a voucher to get the pet altered and up to date on all shots. An adoption form will be required along with an agreement to have the pet altered within 30 days (or by 6 months of age).
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