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My name is Bobo!

Labrador Retriever Mix Puppy for adoption in Houston, Texas - Bobo
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever Mix Puppy for adoption in Houston, Texas - Bobo
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Pup Squad Animal Rescue

Facts about Bobo

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: SH-Bobo
Bobo is a silly 9 month old bouncing with joy as he was saved from death row with only 1 hour to spare. He was originally found as a stray pup and turned into the county shelter where he lived in cage with other strange dogs for two weeks. The shelter volunteers adored him and posted several video pleas of him on Facebook begging for folks to help this sweet boy. One of our volunteers saw his shelter video and contacted us with an offer to foster him. We then sprung into action and scooped him up!

Squeaky toys, tennis balls, and other dogs are his most favorite things. He also likes to chase frisbees. Be sure to check out his hilarious frisbee chasing video below. He is entranced by the cats (via the baby gate) but hasn't shown any aggression. When you say the word "kennel" he races to his kennel and waits for a treat and praise. He would do best in a home without small children as he can doesn't seem to know his size. Like a big baby Huey (old-school cartoon)! He can sit on demand but is still learning other proper manners (super quick study). Obedience classes are always recommended when adopting a puppy as it helps you both learn, grow, and bond together.

If you are looking for a love bug that is crate trained, gets along with other dogs, doesn't eat poop, and is a barrel of laughs, then Bobo is your boy! He is ready for adoption and would love nothing more than to spend his first Christmas in a loving, forever home. Please don't hesitate to inquire about or plan to meet Bobo. He is sharp as a tack and cute as a bug! YouTube video of Bobo trying to catch a grounded frisbee: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3GIJZwtABs

Our adoption fee is a $200.00 donation to Pup Squad Animal Rescue. Our adopted dogs are all spayed/neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. If you are interested in adoption, please go to www.pupsquad.org/adopt to read more about our policies and find our application. Applications should be submitted to adoption@pupsquad.org or via the online form.

We are happy to transport our dogs out-of-state as we have lots of experience doing this and love to see our dogs to the best homes possible! We will assist with the whole process to getting your new pet to you. Feel free to email us regarding availability or any other questions. Please remember all breed estimates are just that...estimations based on our experience.

Thank you for choosing to rescue an animal in need!
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About Pup Squad Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Pup Squad was founded in 2008 by four former volunteers from BARC, the City of Houston Animal Control facility. One of the most distressing things about volunteering at BARC was seeing the plight of the puppies and mother dogs. Boxes of puppies would be brought to the shelter because their owners didn’t have the time or resources to care for them or find them homes. Moms with litters would be picked up from the streets by animal control and brought in on almost a daily basis. But these puppies had little chance of survival once they entered the shelter and it was so sad to see litter after litter of pups getting sick, dying at BARC or having to be euthanized. This was not because they were unwanted... people want to adopt pups! It's because these young puppies simply cannot survive in a shelter environment.

Deadly airborne diseases, to which they have no immunity, are everywhere. Even if the pups are old enough for one vaccination, that's just not enough to protect them. Then there are the pregnant and mother dogs, who are almost always euthanized. After seeing this heartbreaking situation over and over, the Pup Squad founders turned to each other and said, "There's got to be a better way." And so, Pup Squad Animal Rescue was born.

The goal of our rescue group is to save as many puppies and nursing litters as we can from life on the streets BEFORE they enter the shelters. We also work with BARC, and other area shelters, to rescue litters QUICKLY, before they are exposed to the diseases in the shelter environment. And we pledge never to leave a momma dog behind. They work so hard to protect their pups, no matter how tough of a situation they are in, and they deserve our love and care every bit as much as their sweet babies.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have multiple adoption events throughout Houston almost every weekend. You can follow our event schedule at http://pupsquad.org/adopt/adoption-events.html and at www.facebook.com/PupSquad.

Our Adoption Process...

Our process is as follows for Houston adopters:
1. Application and application review
2. Set up a meet and greet (if in Houston or surrounding area)
3. Home trial - We suggest that every adopter take their potential new pet home for a 1-2 week trial to make sure everyone is happy in the home together.
4. Home visit and contract - We like to come to your home to make sure the home is what we expect for our dogs and complete the contract at that time.
5. Pay adoption Fee of $200!

Our process is as follows for out-of-state adopters:
1. Application and application review
2. Phone Call - Once approved, we set up a phone call to ask questions and answer your questions.
3. Skype interview - This is our chance to meet you "in person", see your home and have you meet the dog!
4. Contract and Adoption Fee - Once everyone is happy we send the contract to be completed and the link to pay the adoption fee plus transport fees.
5. We are always available for questions after the pet gets to you so do not think we are done and will end all communication at time of adoption!