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My name is Eli!
I'm being cared for by
Save Some Souls
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
http://www.savesomesouls.com

Facts about me

Breed
Jack Russell Terrier
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn - with White
Age
Senior
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 49 lbs
Sex
Female
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
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Eligard is a 6.5 year old JRT mix, weighing 49 lbs.
She was rescued from a high kill shelter in Texas, where she was confiscated as as a cruelty survivor.

She is currently in New Hampshire and can go to any home nearby,

Eli was part of a 6 dog cruelty surviving pack, who were removed from their previous home, where they suffered horribly in the hands of their humans. They trembled in the shelter, not knowing what the next person would do. After a few days, when they realized that the people were nice, they warmed up to them. They were on euthanasia list, but for their foster mom who stepped up to save them.

Eli is very, very sweet with people and is very playful.
Eli will love to have a home where her family can get her socialized and give her a lot of affection, as she is very loving and will be velcro with her humans. She loves getting petted.

Eli would do well in a home where someone is retired or works remotely.

To meet this beautiful gem of a girl. via facetime or in person, please send an application to www.savesomesouls.com or email us savesomesoulsrescue@gmail.com

Yards, if any, must be fully fenced to adopt our pups. We do not accept electric fences for our rescues.
Eligard is a 6.5 year old JRT mix, weighing 49 lbs.
She was rescued from a high kill shelter in Texas, where she was confiscated as as a cruelty survivor.

She is currently in New Hampshire and can go to any home nearby,

Eli was part of a 6 dog cruelty surviving pack, who were removed from their previous home, where they suffered horribly in the hands of their humans. They trembled in the shelter, not knowing what the next person would do. After a few days, when they realized that the people were nice, they warmed up to them. They were on euthanasia list, but for their foster mom who stepped up to save them.

Eli is very, very sweet with people and is very playful.
Eli will love to have a home where her family can get her socialized and give her a lot of affection, as she is very loving and will be velcro with her humans. She loves getting petted.

Eli would do well in a home where someone is retired or works remotely.

To meet this beautiful gem of a girl. via facetime or in person, please send an application to www.savesomesouls.com or email us savesomesoulsrescue@gmail.com

Yards, if any, must be fully fenced to adopt our pups. We do not accept electric fences for our rescues.
Rescue

Save Some Souls

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Houston, TX 77005

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Please fill out application at www.savesomesouls.com Yards must be fully fenced, no electric fence accepted.

2.

Interview

We will talk to you, your references, and vet, to make sure you and the pet are a good fit for each other.

3.

Meet the Pet

Once your application is approved, you get to meet the pet at our premise or at foster home. Meeting a pet does not guarantee adoption.

4.

Home Check

If the meet goes well, we do a homecheck. In some cases, facetime video works out fine, in some other, we go in person, depending on the dog

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

If approved for adoption, you sign the adoption contract, pay the adoption fee and we send you your new best friend.

6.

Take the Pet Home

Most of our pups are fostered in Texas, and can be transported out of state, for a cost of $150 - $250

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fees are $250 - $350 for most dogs. However, breed specific dogs and puppies cost more. Special needs, & senior dogs may have a reduced fee. See individual dog profile for specific adoption fee. If you choose one of our pets, please submit an initial adoption application available at www.savesomesouls.com to proceed further. We do not answer inquiries, without application, due to time constraint. We spay/neuter our animals prior to adoption unless they are under 3 months old, for which we will require a spay/neuter agreement in place, and you will have to make a $150 deposit which will be refunded after we receive the proof of sterilization surgery. Once fixed, we transfer the pup's chip to you. Out of town adopters must live in a city where we have our volunteers available, and the pet must be returned to us if it does not work out, so you have to hold them till we arrange transport. Adoption approval is only final after meet and greet and homecheck are complete. There are often multiple applications filled out for the same animal. In these cases our decision on which applicant adopts the animal is based solely on the best home for that animal after interview, all home visits, meet & greets and reference checks are complete. If you are not selected to adopt one particular animal, it does not mean you can't adopt from us if your adoption application has been approved. We will work with you to find another animal in our rescue who will be the best fit for your home.
Our adoption fees are $250 - $350 for most dogs. However, breed specific dogs and puppies cost more. Special needs, & senior dogs may have a reduced fee. See individual dog profile for specific adoption fee. If you choose one of our pets, please submit an initial adoption application available at www.savesomesouls.com to proceed further. We do not answer inquiries, without application, due to time constraint. We spay/neuter our animals prior to adoption unless they are under 3 months old, for which we will require a spay/neuter agreement in place, and you will have to make a $150 deposit which will be refunded after we receive the proof of sterilization surgery. Once fixed, we transfer the pup's chip to you. Out of town adopters must live in a city where we have our volunteers available, and the pet must be returned to us if it does not work out, so you have to hold them till we arrange transport. Adoption approval is only final after meet and greet and homecheck are complete. There are often multiple applications filled out for the same animal. In these cases our decision on which applicant adopts the animal is based solely on the best home for that animal after interview, all home visits, meet & greets and reference checks are complete. If you are not selected to adopt one particular animal, it does not mean you can't adopt from us if your adoption application has been approved. We will work with you to find another animal in our rescue who will be the best fit for your home.

More about this rescue

Our animal rescue section has been organized with very compassionate and dedicated volunteers whose only goal is to save a pet. Each day hundreds of healthy, adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the kill-shelters of America. In Houston itself, we have the largest population of strays and our shelters are full with strays and abandoned animals including those surrendered by their owners because of reasons such as unwillingness to take care of them, pregnancy, divorce, loss of job, loss of home, prison intake, loss of compassion, empathy, you name it. Add to this, are abandoned pets on the side of the street by owners. Our mission is to give these puppies another chance at love and life. If every person will stop buying from breeders and adopt a shelter pet and spay and neuter them, we will be able to eradicate our euthanasia problem.
Our animal rescue section has been organized with very compassionate and dedicated volunteers whose only goal is to save a pet. Each day hundreds of healthy, adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the kill-shelters of America. In Houston itself, we have the largest population of strays and our shelters are full with strays and abandoned animals including those surrendered by their owners because of reasons such as unwillingness to take care of them, pregnancy, divorce, loss of job, loss of home, prison intake, loss of compassion, empathy, you name it. Add to this, are abandoned pets on the side of the street by owners. Our mission is to give these puppies another chance at love and life. If every person will stop buying from breeders and adopt a shelter pet and spay and neuter them, we will be able to eradicate our euthanasia problem.