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My name is Louise!

Labrador Retriever/Boxer Mix Dog for adoption in Pascagoula, Mississippi - Louise
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever/Boxer Mix Dog for adoption in Pascagoula, Mississippi - Louise
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Forever Home 4 Dogs Rescue

Facts about Louise

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Boxer Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Each night before I close my eyes I say a little prayer. I ask God to protect all his creatures and for no one to be homeless; I know what that’s like. My name is Louise and I am two years old. Before I was rescued and placed in foster care, I didn’t know where my next meal would come from. I had no one to call my own and I wandered in the woods along the highway. At times, I would come out from the woods and sit and watch as cars passed by. I wondered if they could see me sitting there. Did they know that I had no one or did they care? Some would look my way and others would look the other way, passing me by day after day. I felt invisible. I often cried myself to sleep longing to be held and loved. Longing for someone to care. Did my life matter to anyone? DO I MATTER, I’d cry out as they pass me by. Heartbroken, I’d sit there day after day. Then one day a car stopped. Two humans came my way. I was scared and didn’t know what to do, so I froze. Their approach was kind and gentle. I was trembling while they were patiently coaxing me to go with them. One of the humans whispered to me, she said, “I’m not leaving without you”. She put her hand on me and I just fell into her. I was overwhelmed with emotion, I wasn’t invisible anymore. From that point on I realized that my life does matter and I am experiencing what it’s like to be loved. Since being in foster care, I have gained self-esteem, which I lacked before. I have learned to trust people and now I am seeking attention from my human friends. I enjoy being loved on and ask quite often to be pet and have my belly rubbed as often as possible. I have discovered kissing and I believe I’m addicted to giving out kisses to anyone who will let me. I have been compared to “butter”, when you pet me, I melt into you. If you are interested in adopting me, please go to the rescue’s website and submit an application. Once your application is approved, then we can set up a meet. If you have any specific questions, please email foreverhome4dogs@aol.com. Hope to hear from you soon, love Louise.

About Forever Home 4 Dogs Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small group of humans who are dedicated to saving homeless dogs and puppies. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome dogs from unfortunate situations such as abandoned, neglected, or surrendered by their owners.

We find great homes for rescued dogs and puppies who would otherwise die in shelters or live short, miserable lives. Once we receive a dog, we provide medical care, including spay and neuter, and any necessary rehabilitation. Please consider adopting!!!

All our dogs are fostered in private homes and receive full vet care and are screened for temperament.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are not a shelter, nor do we have a facility in which to house our adoptable dogs; therefore, we rely heavily on volunteers who lovingly open their hearts and their homes offering temporary accommodations through our foster program. Once we recieve an application, you can call to set up an appointment to meet the dog that you are interested in.

Our Adoption Process...

The first step in our adoption process is the completion of the Adoption Application form. Our Adoption Application form can be obtained from our website http://www.foreverhome4dogsrescue.com. Once you have completed the application, email back to us at foreverhome4dogs@aol.com. We review all of our pending applications to make the best possible match between the dog's needs and the prospective adopter's preferences. We focus on the welfare of the dog, as the needs of the dog are our primary concern.

After receiving a completed application, we will contact the applicant within a few days and begin the approval process. The approval process involves a combination of phone interviews, a veterinarian check, reference check and at times a home visit. For applicants outside our local area, part of the approval process is to obtain emailed photos of an applicant's home, yard, family, and other pets, since conducting a home visit may not be feasible.

We offer a 3-week trial period to ensure that both the family and the dog are happy with the results of the adoption. We feel that this is especially important when there are other caine or feline members of the family. Within that time, we will refund the full adoption fee if the dog is returned. We want to be sure that our dogs will have their perfect forever homes.

Every person who is selected to adopt a dog from us will be required to sign our Adoption contract.

Our goal is to help you enjoy life with your new dog. We will contact you by phone or email each week during the 3-week trial period to check in. If issues arise, or you just need some advice on housetraining, behavior issues, etc. we will be happy to assist. We love to recieve updates with photos from adopters. Seeing our dogs happy, healthy and loved in their forever homes reminds us of why we do what we do.

We are committed to the life, health and well being of every dog we place for the remainder of that dog's life. If a situation arises which cannot be helped and you are unable to keep a dog you've adopted from us, then you must either return the dog to us or obtain approval to transfer ownership to a friend or relative.

Rescued dogs are not free. Most rescued dogs require medical attention, as many have not had any recent medical attention in their previous situation. Our dogs are fully vetted before they are placed into adoptive homes. They are spayed or neutered, brought up-to-date on their vaccinations, tested for heartworms ( dogs/puppies over the age of 10 months), dewormed and started on heartworm and flea and tick preventative.

Many of our rescued dogs also require veterinary care for various conditions, in most cases our costs exceed the dog's adoption fee. We require an adoption fee to help us cover these costs. The adoption fee is non-refundable after the 3-week trial period. All adoption fees are used for the purpose of rescuing, providing medical care and placing homeless dogs into their forever homes.