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My name is JENNA!

Catahoula Leopard Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Houston, Texas - JENNA
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I'm being cared for by:
HEAVENLY BARCS

Facts about JENNA

  • Breed: Catahoula Leopard Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 4050
INFO:

NAME- JENNA
SEX- FEMALE
AGE- APPROX. 3 YRS
BREED- SOME CUTE MIX, GUESSING CATAHOULA MIX, BECAUSE OF THE BLUE EYES
WEIGHT- APPROX. 45 LBS
TEMPERMENT- GREAT TEMPERMENT! GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS, CATS, AND LOVES PEOPLE. VERY SWEET AND LOYAL. LOVES TO GO FOR CAR RIDES!
CRATE TRAINED, AND ALMOST HOUSE TRAINED. DOING WELL ON HOUSEBREAKING. NOT DESTRUCTIVE

HEALTH- SPAYED, SHOTS, DEWORMED AND AND ON HEARTWORM PREVENTION.

$75 ADOPTION FEE, ADOPTION APPLICATION REQUIRED.
AVAILABLE FROM MON-SATURDAY FROM 11AM-8PM, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, IN WALLER AREA

About HEAVENLY BARCS

About Our Rescue Group...

Another heartworm treatment option, the slow-kill method, is also available. This method is often chosen when finances are an overwhelming concern or when a dog is not considered healthy enough to undergo Immiticide treatment. This treatment involves administration of ivermectin (in the form of monthly heartworm preventatives such as Heartgard and Iverhart) to a heartworm positive dog. This treatment is not without risks and should not be undertaken without consulting a veterinarian. Monthly administration of Iverhart prevents the heartworms in your dog from reproducing, preventing your dog from being a source of infection to other dogs. It also prevents your dog from acquiring more adult heartworms. This treatment does not actually kill the worms, however it does decrease their lifespan; keep in mind, however, that the average heartworm can live six years, so shortening that lifespan could still mean your dog having a heartworm infection for four more years. While this slow-kill method prevents a worsening of infection, it does not prevent any of the secondary heart and lung changes that may eventually lead to heart failure.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Same day adoptions no hold time once approved.
CALL OR EMAIL TO SCHEDULE A VISIT TODAY!

Please feel free to email and asking any questions.

All dogs list that have tested positive for heart worms must be kept on tri-heart or heart guard only!

Our Adoption Process...

Must be 18 yrs old in order to adopt
If renting or leasing must be able to provide proof that you can have a pet.

ALL RESCUES MUST BE PAID IN CASH ONLY!