found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Hey! Before you get attached to me, read all the way to the bottom. You will see that I am still in Houston, TX but I want to get OUT of Houston and OUT of Texas so I can have a really good life. I want to see Texas in my rear view mirror. A nice person came along and took me in and, now, I am ready to hit the road to your house! Uh, make that “our” house, OK? As soon as you adopt me, I’ll be on my way to you!
I am an Australian Cattle dog aka Red Heeler / Terrier mix, 2 years old and I weigh 12 pounds. I will have had all of my shots and be spayed before I go to meet you in my new home with YOU! Those funny-looking 2-legged creatures said I’d also be microchipped – whatever THAT is.
Wanna hear some more good stuff about me? OK, here goes. I am a friendly girl. I am house-trained and crate-trained. Pretty good, huh? And look at my interesting markings on my face – half and half – Cool, huh?
I am super sweet, my foster tells everyone. I know she’s telling the truth because they all love on me and smile and speak very sweetly to me. So, it must be true. How ‘bout that?
My foster mom loves me SO much that she only wants me to fly to my new home even if a pet transport truck was available. See my adoption information below.
If you would like to take me home (and you know you do), please email email@example.com and she can get me on my way to a new and loving home! My adoption fee is $650 USD and includes my vetting, spaying, microchip, health certificate, travel crate AND transportation on United Airlines from Houston, TX to areas in the Northeast U. S., North Central U. S., Northwest U. S., and Canada and will be arranged by the rescue group. (This is a courtesy posting.)
Watch this segment from the TODAY show: http://www.today.com/news/puppy-rescuer-takes-dogs-4-200-mile-odyssey-loving-arms-2D79517768
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi