My name is Daphne!

Great Dane/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Baytown, Texas - Daphne
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A Life to Live

Facts about Daphne

  • Breed: Great Dane/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: ALTL-A-1
Meet Daphne! This sweet girl had a rough start to life when her foster mom found her as a puppy covered in fleas and filth. Now at 15 months old, she has made a full recovery and ready for a second chance at life! Daphne is a Great Dane mix and loves playing with other dogs her size. She also loves cats! She is the perfect pet for children and your children will surely love her too. She also loves affection from her human companions and isn't shy to tell you. If she lays her paws on you, that means pet me please! This loving girl also loves to be snuggled. Nap partner anyone? Daphne is kennel trained and house broken. She is currently up to date on all vaccinations, spayed, microchipped and is receiving regular heartworm preventative. Daphne is looking for her forever home!

About A Life to Live

About Our Rescue Group...

We have a no-kill mission to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs abandoned and/or placed in kill shelters, while also providing life-saving programs and services to keep pets and their people together. Through outreach, education and service, we provide cats and dogs with an opportunity to live their full lives.

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our current adoptables can be found on our website at

If you're interested in meeting any of our adoptables, please contact us. You can also view our calendar for upcoming adoption events at

Our Adoption Process...

All animals in A Life to Live's Adoption Program are in the temporary care of approved fosters within our Foster Program. These programs depend on one another. They were created to provide the services we need to save the lives of animals that would otherwise be roaming the streets, taking their chances in a traditional shelter, or worse. Our fosters are invaluable, as they are the volunteers who make our mission a reality. We are always looking for more fosters to join our team. Help us save lives. Visit our foster page to learn more, or complete an online foster care application today.

Our adoptables can be seen at regularly scheduled mobile adoption events. If there is a pup/dog/kitten/cat that you'd like to meet, please contact us with the specific animal you're interested in. Due to limited space at our adoption events, not every adoptable is with us at each time. But we can make sure the animal you're interested is there, if you let us know in advance. If you view our event calendar and don't see an adoption event in the time frame that you're looking to adopt, then please contact us. We are flexible and can set up separate meet-and-greets for approved applicants. The completion and submission of our online canine or feline adoption application is required for meet-and-greets outside of our scheduled events.

Our standard fees for approved adoptions is $100 for spayed/neutered dogs and cats. At the time of adoption, our pets will be up to date on their vaccinations, microchipped, on heartworm preventative, dewormed, and spayed/neutered. We provide a copy of the pet's medical records to each approved adopter. Our adoption fees may vary throughout the year depending on promotions or added programs, such as our Seniors for Seniors Program. And, because of our awesome supporters and donors, you may come across an adoptable with a waived adoption fee due to sponsorship.

Our Seniors for Seniors Program honors and promotes the companionship between senior citizens in our community and the senior dogs or cats in our programs. We waive the adoption fee for senior citizens (60+ years) and canine/feline companions (8+ years) that have come together to provide love, care and compassion for one another.

Looking for a barn cat? We can help. Occasionally, our Good Felines Program will trap a community cat. These cats typically love to interact with people, other cats and sometimes dogs. However, they don’t always make good indoor companions, as they are miserable inside, leading to unhealthy habits, stress, illness and inappropriate elimination (using the restroom where they're not supposed to). Some cats are trapped near busy roads, are threatened by neighbors or business owners, or face injury or death due to predation. In these special circumstances, it is best to relocate a feral cat or an entire colony for the most positive outcome. That’s where you come in, by adopting to provide them with a better future, a safe shelter and a stable living environment where they can live out the rest of their lives. Apply today.

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