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My name is Xander!

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
Black
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 43 lb
Sex
Male
Pet ID
42875920

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hey there! I'm Xander! I'm a sweet young pup who is looking for a family to call my own! I enjoy playing with other pups and having a good romp-a-round with those who have high energy like me! I enjoy going on trips to the dog park and out to pet friendly shops with my human friends. With all of my energy, I could benefit from a family who is active or that has another dog for me to wear myself out with. I do okay with kids, but am still learning my manners so my new family would need to be patient with me if there are kids under 7. Want to give me a try? Ask to see me today!
Hey there! I'm Xander! I'm a sweet young pup who is looking for a family to call my own! I enjoy playing with other pups and having a good romp-a-round with those who have high energy like me! I enjoy going on trips to the dog park and out to pet friendly shops with my human friends. With all of my energy, I could benefit from a family who is active or that has another dog for me to wear myself out with. I do okay with kids, but am still learning my manners so my new family would need to be patient with me if there are kids under 7. Want to give me a try? Ask to see me today!
Shelter

Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

Contact info
Pet ID
42875920
Contact
Address
Leander, TX 78641
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Here at Texas Humane Heroes, every effort is made to place animals in good homes with responsible pet owners who are willing to make a lifelong commitment to the animal. TXHH believes pet ownership is a privilege, not a right. Potential pet owners are counseled about the responsibilities of pet ownership before adoption. Because the key to reducing the number of unwanted animals is pet population control, each animal is spayed/neutered before adoption. Your adopted cat, dog, puppy, or kitten will come with: Spaying or Neutering Initial Vaccinations and/or Rabies Vaccination Voucher Deworming Microchip Heartworm Screening for Dogs Leukemia Test for Cats 30 days of Free Pet Health Insurance from 24PetWatch Rules for Adoption: 1. A lifetime commitment must be made to the animal, and the animal must be kept as a family pet. 2. Must be18 years of age or older and have proper identification. 3. Must be able to prove that property management permits pets if renting or prove home ownership. 4. All animals will be altered (spayed or neutered) prior to adoption. We won’t knowingly adopt an animal to a person who: - Has a documented history of animal abuse or neglect. - Will use the animal for experimentation, cult rites, blood sports, or food purposes. - Will allow a declawed cat to roam freely outside. - Will confine a dog by a chain for extended periods of time. - Has repeatedly violated animal control laws.
Here at Texas Humane Heroes, every effort is made to place animals in good homes with responsible pet owners who are willing to make a lifelong commitment to the animal. TXHH believes pet ownership is a privilege, not a right. Potential pet owners are counseled about the responsibilities of pet ownership before adoption. Because the key to reducing the number of unwanted animals is pet population control, each animal is spayed/neutered before adoption. Your adopted cat, dog, puppy, or kitten will come with: Spaying or Neutering Initial Vaccinations and/or Rabies Vaccination Voucher Deworming Microchip Heartworm Screening for Dogs Leukemia Test for Cats 30 days of Free Pet Health Insurance from 24PetWatch Rules for Adoption: 1. A lifetime commitment must be made to the animal, and the animal must be kept as a family pet. 2. Must be18 years of age or older and have proper identification. 3. Must be able to prove that property management permits pets if renting or prove home ownership. 4. All animals will be altered (spayed or neutered) prior to adoption. We won’t knowingly adopt an animal to a person who: - Has a documented history of animal abuse or neglect. - Will use the animal for experimentation, cult rites, blood sports, or food purposes. - Will allow a declawed cat to roam freely outside. - Will confine a dog by a chain for extended periods of time. - Has repeatedly violated animal control laws.

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Closed Monday Tues – Fri : 11am – 6pm Sat : 11am – 5pm Sun: 12pm – 5pm
Closed Monday Tues – Fri : 11am – 6pm Sat : 11am – 5pm Sun: 12pm – 5pm

More about this shelter

Texas Humane Heroes is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1979, with locations in the Austin and Killeen/Fort Hood areas. Formed by the merger of the Humane Society of Williamson County and the Cen-Tex Humane Society 2nd Chance Adoption Shelter, Texas Humane Heroes is 100% funded by donations, grants, and modest fees for service. Texas Humane Heroes receives no government funding. Our Vision A community where every pet has a lifetime home. Our Mission To provide innovative programs and services to eliminate pet homelessness and to improve the lives of pets and people throughout Central Texas. Our Focus High volume adoption Low-cost spay/neuter Pet retention services On March 1, 2007, Texas Humane Heroes, then known as the Humane Society of Williamson County, implemented a “No-Kill” sheltering model. With the opening of the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter – the new municipally-operated facility to house all stray and owner-released animals in the area – we have refocused our life-saving efforts towards community services and programs that will enable Williamson County to become a safe place where no adoptable pet is euthanized simply because it cannot find a home. Texas Humane Heroes remains committed to serving the needs of all types of pets, but limits the number of animals that are cared for at the shelter at any one time. With more clearly focused programs to support our mission, we can achieve more to move our community toward a No-Kill community. The combination of high volume adoptions, accessible and affordable spay/neuter services along with programs to help families keep their pets are the keys to building a No-Kill community. There are no good guys or bad guys in the animal sheltering world. Both “No-Kill” and open-door organizations want euthanasia to end. You can help reduce euthanasia rates by spaying or neutering your pets, adopting from a shelter, and supporting your local animal shelter with monetary donations or volunteer time.
Texas Humane Heroes is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1979, with locations in the Austin and Killeen/Fort Hood areas. Formed by the merger of the Humane Society of Williamson County and the Cen-Tex Humane Society 2nd Chance Adoption Shelter, Texas Humane Heroes is 100% funded by donations, grants, and modest fees for service. Texas Humane Heroes receives no government funding. Our Vision A community where every pet has a lifetime home. Our Mission To provide innovative programs and services to eliminate pet homelessness and to improve the lives of pets and people throughout Central Texas. Our Focus High volume adoption Low-cost spay/neuter Pet retention services On March 1, 2007, Texas Humane Heroes, then known as the Humane Society of Williamson County, implemented a “No-Kill” sheltering model. With the opening of the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter – the new municipally-operated facility to house all stray and owner-released animals in the area – we have refocused our life-saving efforts towards community services and programs that will enable Williamson County to become a safe place where no adoptable pet is euthanized simply because it cannot find a home. Texas Humane Heroes remains committed to serving the needs of all types of pets, but limits the number of animals that are cared for at the shelter at any one time. With more clearly focused programs to support our mission, we can achieve more to move our community toward a No-Kill community. The combination of high volume adoptions, accessible and affordable spay/neuter services along with programs to help families keep their pets are the keys to building a No-Kill community. There are no good guys or bad guys in the animal sheltering world. Both “No-Kill” and open-door organizations want euthanasia to end. You can help reduce euthanasia rates by spaying or neutering your pets, adopting from a shelter, and supporting your local animal shelter with monetary donations or volunteer time.