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My name is Tequila Rose!
I'm being cared for by
Emily's Legacy Rescue Inc.

Facts about me

Breed
Pit Bull Terrier
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
Age
3 years 3 months old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 57 lb
Sex
Female
Pet ID
ps_26579965

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Hi, I am Tequila Rose!!  I was pulled from the city extremly pregnant.  I waited until I was sprung to have my eight babies.  I am fun-loving, goofy, playful, give great kisses and have had some basic obedience training. It has been nearly two years since my babies all got homes and I am still waiting.  My Aunties Claudia and Kimber cannot understand why I am still waiting.  I have a lard butt and such a silly girl.  I love the water sprayer and try to catch it.  I am also a good swimmer in my wading pool.


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Rescue

Emily's Legacy Rescue Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_26579965
Contact
Kimber Hopkins
Address
Wichita Falls, TX 76310

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Fill out an adoption application and go through the approval process to adopt a displaced animal. Our adoption fee for dogs is $125.00 and for cats $85.00. The adoption fee covers all their vetting costs.

Go meet their pets

We will have Adoption Events posted on our Facebook page and Twitter. Our Twitter account is Emilys Legacy Rescue @EmilysLegRescue. We would like to do meet and greets with people and try to match them with the right home for their individual personalities. We do recommend doing a meet and greet when their is another family dog.

More about this rescue

Emily's Legacy Rescue is named from my Dalmatian Emily who died at 12 years old. She was the most amazing and loving girl. It was because of losing her that we first got into adopting our dogs. We then started fostering and volunteering. Emily's Legacy Rescue is all about helping displaced animals who find themselves in need. We do pull from kill shelters and place them in foster homes. In foster homes, we find that we can work on house training, crate training and any issues they may have to allow them to find the best possible homes.