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My name is Bow!
I'm being cared for by
Friends of Animal Rescue

Facts about me

Shepherd (Unknown Type)
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - with White
2 years 2 months old, Young
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Pet ID

My info

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

My story

Bow is timid at first but is very friendly once he gets to know you. He's energetic, he's great on a leash and loves going on walks. He's also very curious. He is not even a year old yet. He was found with his brother Arrow. They both are looking for their furrever home.


Friends of Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Jamie Whetstone
South Padre Island, TX 78597

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We require an adoption application be filled out, which includes information about living situation, landlord information, how the animal will be cared for, references, vet info, etc. Our cat adoption fee is $25 (includes spay/neuter, vaccination, micro-chipping & FIV/FELV testing). Our dog adoption fee is $85 (includes spay/neuter, vaccination, micro-chipping & heartworm testing/treatment).

Go meet their pets

At the SPI Friends of Animal Rescue Animal Shelter & Recovery Center: 4908 Padre Blvd. South Padre Island, TX 78597

More about this shelter

Friends of Animal Rescue was formed in 2010 to assist the City of Port Isabel when the City took control of the Isabel Y. Garcia Animal Shelter. After placing the shelter’s 400 animals, Friends refocused their efforts towards the animals on South Padre Island. We believe there is a home for each and every homeless animal. We do not believe in euthanizing for the sake of over population, thus we are a no kill shelter for the City of South Padre Island. We are the voice of the animals. Friends of Animal Rescue services South Padre Island by: - Reuniting lost pets with residents and tourists - Adopting out the homeless and unclaimed animals - Vetting of animals, which includes spaying/neutering, vaccinations, micro-chipping, heartworm testing & treatment - Implementing a trap and release program to reduce feral cat population and the spread of disease - Assisting in the care of wildlife: possums, raccoons, birds, turtles, etc. by partnering with organizations such as Sea Life and Sea Turtle, Inc. - Caring for over 800 animals in a given year