already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Lady was found in March on the side of the road in New Mexico with 10 puppies. Her puppies have all since been adopted and she is looking for her forever home. Her adoption fee has been paid for by a nice gentleman. She is ready today, comes with records and Microchip tag. All our dogs can be flown out of state (Depending on weather restrictions for the cost of the flight)
Our non-profit organization was founded in April 2015 with the mission of rescuing dogs that were abused, neglected, abandoned and left on death row at the pound. We DO NOT re-home dogs due to moving or pcs, or for any other reason. We have a specific purpose and mission in the greater El Paso, TX and Las Cruces, NM area and have limited resources.
We do not have a physical location; our shelter is “everywhere and no-where.” We are one of the few 100% foster-based rescues in the area of El Paso, TX and Las Cruces, NM. We believe that keeping rescued dogs in homes helps them get acclimatized to a home-life environment. Dogs are fostered in volunteer homes where their temporary family works hard on their manners and socialization skills. This also allows fosters to understand the dog’s personality, which helps the new owner, the dog, and us, with its transition to a new home. Our goal is that, all dogs transition from a foster home-life setting to your home already knowing how to interact with you and your family so you can be sure that the pup you choose is the right fit.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We hold Adoption events at the local Petsmarts, Pets Barns, Petcos and other loacation weekly. Check our Facebook for detailed Up to Date events
Our Adoption Process...
Welcome an unconditional friend and companion
Our goal is to find a good home for our rescues as soon as they are ready. We work hard to ensure that all dogs and adopters get off to a good start of this new chapter together. In order to help you and your family get prepared to deliver the best life possible for your new four legged member we recommend you consider the following factors: Accommodations•What size dog can your home accommodate? •What breed fits your current lifestyle? •Do you suffer from allergies? •Is your residence suited to the dog you are considering? •Do you have any other dogs and how will they react to a new pet? Expenses •Food •Routine veterinary care •Licensing according to local regulations •Collars, leashes and identification tags •Basic grooming equipment and supplies •A crate or carrier You will be asked to cover the adoption fee of $80 for dogs six months or younger or $40 for dogs seven months or older, sign a contract and schedule a home visit at the time of the adoption.
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NOTE: Some shelters have physical locations you can visit; some of these shelters may only have pets for a limited time, so please do not wait for a reply—just go visit the shelter!
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