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My name is Louisa!
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PUPS - Prevent Unwanted Pets

Facts about me

Labrador Retriever
Black - with White
1 year 10 months old, Adult
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
(Current) 40 lbs
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

Our Louisa is a sweet tripod who recently had to have her leg removed due to a serious injury as a puppy. This does not stop Louisa from living her best life! She is approximately 18 months old, 40 pounds and is a Labrador Retriever mix that enjoys the company of people and other dogs. Louisa is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and heartworm negative. Want to share your life with this happy girl? Please call Cheryl at 979.732.5591 for more information. Louisa has a $150 adoption fee.


PUPS - Prevent Unwanted Pets

Contact info
Pet ID
Cheryl Mellenthin
Cat Spring, TX 78933

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

After screening and filling out the adoption form, the adoption fee for puppies and kittens is $35. When the puppy or kitten is 5-6 months old, you pay an additional $35 and we pay the rest of the spay or neuter. We do a followup phone call to make sure this happens. We make sure the pup or kitten is current on vaccinations, worming, etc. Most animals over 6 months of age will have already been spayed or neutered, be on heartworm prevention, be current on vaccinations, etc. The adoption fee for these animals is $70.

Go meet their pets

PUPS has a cat condo at the Rosenberg Petco. We do dog adoptions there most Saturdays also. PUPS does adoptions at the Petco on Mason Rd in Katy almost every Saturday. We have booths to promote spaying and neutering and have a few animals for adoption at many local events (fairs, festivals) in eight counties west of Houston. See our website for more information.

More about this rescue

PUPS was formed in 2003 because there were no shelters in Austin, Colorado, Waller or any other counties west of Houston. There are a couple of shelters now, but they are very small. Our goal is do reduce the number of unwanted pets in our area by encouraging spay and neuter and helping to pay the bill for people who cannot afford to spay or neuter their animals on their own. We get calls daily to help place animals and have recently stepped up our ability to do this with the use of foster homes.