About Forgotten Dogs of the 5th Ward Project
About Our Rescue Group...
We rescue in an historical area of Houston called the 5th Ward. We founded Forgotten Dogs of the 5th Ward Project November of 2011 to address what we saw as an obvious need to help the many stray, abandoned, and neglected dogs we were seeing in there. We set up feeding stations and network and pull as many as we can when a foster home or no-kill rescue group says they can take them in. One of our goals is education and we provide residents with access to free spay/neuter and rabies vaccinations. In addition, we provide other vaccinations and worming in the field to strays that we can not immediately pick up. Since November 2011 we have grown in size and have rescued over 765 dogs, and a few cats, from the area. We are launching a program called Habitat for Hounds through which we will donate doghouses and blankets to residents for their dogs that are kept outside. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, so all donations are tax-deductible.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Stay tuned to our facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/ForgottenDogs5) for our upcoming events!
AUG 29 :: Spike's SHOOTOUT - Softball Tournament Fundraiser and Adoption Day @ Big Dreams League City
OCT 03 :: Adoptions & Pet Blessing | Creekfest, Cypress, Texas
OCT 10 :: Pet Blessing | Joy Lutheran Church, Houston, Texas
NOV 07 :: Kingwood Barktoberfest | Kingwood Town Center, Kingwood, Texas
NOV 05 - NOV 08 :: Lone Star Rally | Lone Star Rally Galveston in Galveston, Texas
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fees are $150 for adult dogs ages 2 and older and $175 for puppies up to 2 years old (plus an additional spay/neuter deposit on those that are too young at the time of adoption: $100 local, or $250 for long-distance adoptions). Long distance adoption transportation costs vary based on size/weight/breed of the individual dog being adopted. We have an adoption application and contract. All animals are spayed/neutered prior to adoption, if old enough, or, for young puppies, arrangements are made to have them spayed/neutered afterwards.