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My name is Button JuM!
I'm being cared for by
God's Dogs Rescue TX
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Pay Fee

3.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Labrador Retriever
Color
Brown/Chocolate
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
GDR-A-6136

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs

My story

Have you ever read the American folktale "The Little Engine That Could"? It became widely known after it's publication in 1930 by Platt & Munk. The story is used to teach children and adults alike the value of optimism and hard work. Well, my story is a lot like Tillie's, the little blue engine. My name is Button! I came to the rescue from the city shelter with my mama and siblings. We were all saved from death row back in May. I was just a young lad then. I didn't really know much other than I liked to eat, play and hang out with my siblings. Sadly, shortly after our arrival to the rescue we all got really, really sick. Then several of my siblings passed away from parvo, so it was just me and my brother. My mama went to something called a foster home shortly after that. I still get to see her on occasion at the adoption events though. Then, awhile later my brother was adopted. I'm happy for him and I still have plenty of friends at the rescue. Since I've been a little reserved with visitors, I've not been adopted yet. But the good news is I've read the story "The Little Engine That Could"! I've worked really hard at climbing the proverbial mountain and never giving up! I am going on outings, visiting with new people frequently and doing photo shoots! I am becoming a pro! I didn't share all this to make you sad or feel bad, I am really excited about my future! I didn't come all this way to give up now! If you've seen my photos from May till now you can see the joy and optimism in the twinkle of my eyes! I hold my head high today knowing there is a super duper family out there looking just for me! I just keep repeating to myself, "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can!!!" If you would share your story and LOVE ME, I will LOVE YOU BACK!!! Cliff Notes- Button is a 9 month old chocolate lab mix. He will be medium-large when grown. He is in Texas but we transport all over the United States. Local (Texas) Adoption fee is $250. OOS (Transport) Adoption fee is $500.
Have you ever read the American folktale "The Little Engine That Could"? It became widely known after it's publication in 1930 by Platt & Munk. The story is used to teach children and adults alike the value of optimism and hard work. Well, my story is a lot like Tillie's, the little blue engine. My name is Button! I came to the rescue from the city shelter with my mama and siblings. We were all saved from death row back in May. I was just a young lad then. I didn't really know much other than I liked to eat, play and hang out with my siblings. Sadly, shortly after our arrival to the rescue we all got really, really sick. Then several of my siblings passed away from parvo, so it was just me and my brother. My mama went to something called a foster home shortly after that. I still get to see her on occasion at the adoption events though. Then, awhile later my brother was adopted. I'm happy for him and I still have plenty of friends at the rescue. Since I've been a little reserved with visitors, I've not been adopted yet. But the good news is I've read the story "The Little Engine That Could"! I've worked really hard at climbing the proverbial mountain and never giving up! I am going on outings, visiting with new people frequently and doing photo shoots! I am becoming a pro! I didn't share all this to make you sad or feel bad, I am really excited about my future! I didn't come all this way to give up now! If you've seen my photos from May till now you can see the joy and optimism in the twinkle of my eyes! I hold my head high today knowing there is a super duper family out there looking just for me! I just keep repeating to myself, "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can!!!" If you would share your story and LOVE ME, I will LOVE YOU BACK!!! Cliff Notes- Button is a 9 month old chocolate lab mix. He will be medium-large when grown. He is in Texas but we transport all over the United States. Local (Texas) Adoption fee is $250. OOS (Transport) Adoption fee is $500.
Rescue

God's Dogs Rescue TX

Contact info
Pet ID
GDR-A-6136
Contact
Phone
Address
Von Ormy, TX 78073
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

View pets on website Fill out application on line. If local to San Antonio TX, then a meet and greet can be arranged.

2.

Pay Fee

If application approved, pay for pet and schedule delivery if out of state.

3.

Take the Pet Home

We transport all over the country and have regular routes we run. References available upon request.

Additional adoption info

Adoption application required. Adoption Fee is $200-350 local (Local is state of Texas) $500-800 for out of state adoptions (includes transport fees).. The higher prices for Purebred and/or highly desirable pets. Adoption application, adoption contract, return/foster agreement if dog doesn't work out in home. We work hard to place dogs in the right homes, if the adoption does not work out and we have room to take the dog back into the rescue, we will. However, the sheer number of needy animals in Bexar county TX +usually means we become full quickly after the dog is adopted. So, in those cases we will post the animal, help the adopter screen applicants and help facilitate finding another home for the dog.
Adoption application required. Adoption Fee is $200-350 local (Local is state of Texas) $500-800 for out of state adoptions (includes transport fees).. The higher prices for Purebred and/or highly desirable pets. Adoption application, adoption contract, return/foster agreement if dog doesn't work out in home. We work hard to place dogs in the right homes, if the adoption does not work out and we have room to take the dog back into the rescue, we will. However, the sheer number of needy animals in Bexar county TX +usually means we become full quickly after the dog is adopted. So, in those cases we will post the animal, help the adopter screen applicants and help facilitate finding another home for the dog.

Go meet their pets

We are primarily foster based rescue, and meet and greets are done after an application is approved by our counselors. The foster and adopter will arrange the meeting if both local to each other.
We are primarily foster based rescue, and meet and greets are done after an application is approved by our counselors. The foster and adopter will arrange the meeting if both local to each other.

More about this rescue

We are a group of loving and dedicated individuals who work together to save as many deserving animals as we can. We work tirelessly to assure the animals are well fed, socialized, are healthy and then find them the wonderful home they only dreamed of in the shelter or starving on the streets.
We are a group of loving and dedicated individuals who work together to save as many deserving animals as we can. We work tirelessly to assure the animals are well fed, socialized, are healthy and then find them the wonderful home they only dreamed of in the shelter or starving on the streets.