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Forgotten Dogs of the 5th Ward Project

Facts about Daddy

  • Breed: Dogo Argentino Mix
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male

My name is Daddy!

Dogo Argentino Mix Dog for adption in Porter, Texas - Daddy
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Daddy's Info...

I am already neutered, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and not good with cats.

Daddy's Story...
Meet Daddy. He is a friendly Dogo mix that is extremely powerful and strong and will require a very physically strong adopter. Daddy is dominant and intelligent, loves to be petted, and is affectionate! A man's energy is good for him, but he also thrives on affection from women. He loves the ladies! A couple without children would be a perfect fit. Daddy was rescued from a highway, near a bad neighborhood and was starving to death when found. He enjoys long walks. He is a loyal, protective, and attentive companion, who wants to follow you around, and be right next to you all the time! Daddy is a big guy so eeds a BIG fenced yard so he has room to run fast! He's completely house trained and really needs a strong, loving person in his life. He is also current on vaccinations and has been neutered. No cats or kids. Please contact Nadia at njubran@marthaturner.com if interested in Daddy. Thanks!
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About Forgotten Dogs of the 5th Ward Project

About Our Rescue Group...

We rescue in a low income 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 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 vouchers that cover the complete cost of having their animals altered and vaccinated against rabies. In addition, we provide other vaccinations and worming in the field free of charge. Since November 2011 we have grown in size and have rescued over 300 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. Our website is forgottendogs.org and we are a 501c3.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Stay tuned to our facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/ForgottenDogs5) for our upcoming events!

MIX 96.5 Pet A Palooza 2014
Sun, 3/30, 1pm-4pm
Discovery Green, Downtown Houston

Houston Pet Expo
Sat, 4/5, 10am-6pm
Reliant Arena

Natural Pawz - River Oaks
Sat, 5/10, time TBA (12ish - 4ish)
2039 West Gray
Houston, Texas 77019

3rd Annual Party for Pups
Sun, 5/18, starting at 1pm
Liberty Station
2101 Washington Ave
Houston, TX 77007

Natural Pawz - Heights
Sat, 6/14, time TBA (12ish - 4ish)
516 19th St
Houston, Texas 77008

Natural Pawz - River Oaks
Sat, 9/13, time TBA (12ish - 4ish)
2039 West Gray
Houston, Texas 77019

Natural Pawz - Heights
Sat, 10/11, time TBA (12ish - 4ish)
516 19th St
Houston, Texas 77008

Kingwood Barkfest
Date TBA (end-Oct/early-Nov)
Kingwood Town Center

Natural Pawz - River Oaks
Sat, 11/8, time TBA (12ish - 4ish)
2039 West Gray
Houston, Texas 77019

Natural Pawz - Heights
Sat, 12/13, time TBA (12ish - 4ish)
516 19th St
Houston, Texas 77008

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fees are $150 for puppies up to 2 years old (plus an additional $75 deposit on those that are too young for spay/neuter), $125 for adult dogs ages 2-5, and $100 on adult dogs 6 years and older. We have an online application and a contract and all dogs/puppies are either spayed/neutered prior to adoption if old enough or arrangements are made to have them spayed/neutered afterwards.