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My name is Bear!

Siberian Husky Mix Dog for adoption in Houston, Texas - Bear
Photo 1 - Siberian Husky Mix Dog for adoption in Houston, Texas - Bear
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Next Samaritan Project

Facts about Bear

  • Breed: Siberian Husky Mix
  • Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: A466813
This pretty Husky mix 'Bear' is about 2 yrs and weighs 61 lbs. She gets along well with other dogs and kids. She had a very rough puppyhood. Bear was rescued from a high-kill shelter after she was dumped by her owner who purchased her from a backyard breeder and neglected her. She had UTI, separation anxiety and needed a human at all times when she first moved to foster home for fear of being abandoned again. But now, she can handle being without a human. She lives with her foster's two dogs and does well with them. Bear is heartworm negative and her UTI has cleared up. She is learning to trust humans again. However, due to poor breeding, Bear needs to be on a pill twice a day to heal her incontinence, even though she is only 2. She needs a loving family who can give her the TLC that she missed out on as a puppy. If you would like to have a meet and greet with her, please contact us.

About Next Samaritan Project

About Our Rescue Group...

Our animal rescue section has been organized with very compassionate volunteers whose only goal is to save a pet. Each day hundreds of healthy, adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the kill-shelters of America. In Houston itself, we have the largest population of strays and our shelters are full with strays and abandoned animals including those surrendered by their owners because of reasons such as unwillingness to take care of them, pregnancy, divorce, loss of job, loss of home, prison intake, loss of compassion, empathy, you name it. Add to this, are abandoned pets on the side of the street by owners. Our mission is to give these puppies another chance at love and life. If every person will stop buying from breeders and adopt a shelter pet and spay and neuter them, we will be able to eradicate our euthanasia problem.

Our Adoption Process...

Fees : $125 - $250

You will require to fill out an adoption application available on our website www.nextsamaritan.org/intakes.html or via email request. We require homecheck and vet check for approval and meet and greet. You are not required to pay adoption fee unless approved.
Upon approval, we will sign a contract.
We spay/neuter our animals prior to adoption unless they are under 6 months for which we will require a spay/neuter agreement in place.

Out of town adopters will be responsible for transport or pay for transport which can be anywhere between $75 - $150.