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Animal ID: Honey  (female)

Beagle Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Heartworm Positive 

    Honey was rescued during Hurricane Harvey. She is a small dog about 18 lbs and was left outside in the backyard of a home in a cage with water rising all around her. She had been kept in the back yard for the last 2 years and was never even given a name by her previous family. They did not even care enough to bring her into safety during a major Hurricane, she was left to weather the storm and try to survive on her own. Honey is a very shy girl when she first meets people but with a little time she comes around and is super sweet. She will be next to you snuggling in no time. She is good with dogs and children. She is good on a leash and ... (Read More)is crate trained. She loves to play and has lots of energy. Honey would make a great addition to any family. Honey is Heartworm Positive but has been started on slow kill treatment and is doing great. She should test Negative once treatment is completed If you are interested in Honey, email us at PetRescueTeam.tx@gmail.com and please include a contact phone number. **PLEASE ADD OUR EMAIL TO YOUR EMAIL CONTACT LIST SO THAT OUR REPLY DOES NOT GO TO SPAM** (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

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Animal ID: Lizzie  (female)

German Shepherd    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Very Low Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Heartworm Positive 

    Lizzie was rescued during Hurricane Harvey. She had been living underneath a house in Houston when her make-shift home began taking in water on that first night of the storm. Lizzie was forced out from under the house where she normally slept and hid from the elements and other animals and found refuge from the rising water on the front porch. It was there that a neighbor saw her and was able to bring her home to a safe, dry place. The family whose home Lizzie was found on insisted that she was not theirs even though neighbors stated that Lizzie had been living under their home for months. Because the home owner had said that Lizzie was not ... (Read More)their dog, the neighbor took Lizzie to BARC to be scanned for a microchip. It turned out that she had a microchip registered to BARC. Which means that Lizzie had already at some point been at BARC and either adopted out and then neglected again or an owner brought her in to be chipped and never registered the chip. Because she had a microchip registered to BARC, the neighbor was forced to leave her at BARC. They would not allow Lizzie to leave with her. Lizzie had to go to the process at BARC to see if an owner would come looking for her. And we all knew that they would not, as they had already denied she was theirs. If an owner would not come for her, then she would go through the BARC process to see if she had a chance of being adopted. We all know the chances of a High HW+ dog getting adopted from a shelter and they are not good. So we did what we needed to so that she would be safe and out of a shelter environment and back in foster.... We tagged and pulled Lizzie from BARC. Lizzie is High Heartworm Positive but has started slow kill treatment. She is now safe and will never have to live under a house or fear drowning from flood waters again. While only estimated at 3 years old, Lizzie is a gentle, older soul who loves to nap and have her head scratched. She is a bit shy and timid, but with a little time she certainly warms-up and has a lot of love to give. Lizzie is house-broken and walks well on a leash. She is quite calm and not one to be overly excited. She finds comfort in her crate but loves to snuggle up on a dog bed. In the time that we have had Lizzie, we have noticed that she must have experienced some sort of mental and maybe even physical trauma. When she first came to us she would not come to people at all, she would stay to herself and avoid all contact with people. She did not seem to trust although see seemed to long for love and human touch. She seemed confused because she desired the human touch and love but yet she did not quite trust enough to accept it. She also seemed to not know exactly what to do around other dogs. Although she is not aggressive by any means at all, she did not seem to know how to socialize with animals either. She seemed to do better around other dogs but just did not know how to act around them. We decided that in order for Lizzie to succeed in a home of her own with a family of her own she needed more taining to gain confidence and socialization with both people and other dogs. Lizzie was sent to a boarding and training facility in Willis, TX where she is getting the much needed socialization training. She was first connected to another Shepherd with a dog coupler so that she was forced to be around a confident GSD and this helped her also to learn how to be around other dogs and gain her confidence. She no longer needs to be connected to the other GSD. Lizzie is doing quite wonderfully with people as well now and althoug still a bit shy, she will come around and her personality will shine once she gets used to you. The tainer says Lizzie will do best in a home with other dogs so help and continue to boost her confidence and seems her personality really shines around other dogs. If you are interested in Lizzie, email us at PetRescueTeam.tx@gmail.com and please include a contact phone number. **PLEASE ADD OUR EMAIL TO YOUR EMAIL CONTACT LIST SO THAT OUR REPLY DOES NOT GO TO SPAM** (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

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Animal ID: MindyMindy (female)

Chihuahua    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Mindy was found in a back road on the outskirts of Houston with 2 other small dogs. Volunteers witnessed them being attacked by what they describe may have been coyotes. Our volunteers acted immediately to save them but the coyotes had already killed 1 of the small pups. We were able to scare the coyotes away and save Mindy and 1 other pup. They were both extremely skittish and afraid of people. It took quite some time to get them to start to trust again and open up to people. Mindy is a super sweet girl. She loves giving kisses, being held and being a lap dog. She is great with other dogs, she is good with cats and children. She loves to ... (Read More)play and go on walks Mindy is crate trained, potty trained, good on a leash and fully vetted. Mindy would make a great companion and great addition to any family with pets and children. If you are interested in Mindy, email us at PetRescueTeam.tx@gmail.com and please include a contact phone number. **PLEASE ADD OUR EMAIL TO YOUR EMAIL CONTACT LIST SO THAT OUR REPLY DOES NOT GO TO SPAM** Adoption applications can be submitted at PetRescueTeam.com/applications Adoption Fee $200 (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

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Animal ID: LillyLilly (female)

Domestic Cat    Age: Young Kitten

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    DOB: 9.1.16 Lilly and her litter mates were born to a stray mama cat on the streets of South Park, Houston, Tx. After a few of the litter mates died from being run over, the surviving kittens were rescued and taken off the streets. Lilly is a playful kitten and gets along great with other cats, kittens, dogs and children. Lilly is litter trained and crate trained. If you are interested in Lilly you can contact us at PetRescueTeam.tx@gmail.com ( Please add our email address to your contact list so that our reply does not go to your spam folder) Adoption Applications can be submitted at PetRescueTeam.com/application

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Animal ID: BellBell (female)

Domestic Cat    Age: Young Kitten

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    DOB: 9.1.16 Bell and her litter mates were born to a stray mama cat on the streets of South Park, Houston, Tx. After a few of the litter mates died from being run over, the surviving kittens were rescued and taken off the streets. Bell is a playful kitten and gets along great with other cats, kittens, dogs and children. Bell is litter trained and crate trained. If you are interested in Bell you can contact us at PetRescueTeam.tx@gmail.com ( Please add our email address to your contact list so that our reply does not go to your spam folder) Adoption Applications can be submitted at PetRescueTeam.com/applications

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Animal ID: CurlyCurly (male)

Domestic Cat    Age: Young Kitten

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    DOB 8.1.16 Curly was found with his 2 brothers after being thrown away like trash in a dump site inside a box at just 1 week old. Mama no where to be found. He and his brothers were so tiny, their eyes still closed. They had to be bottle fed every 2 hours for about a month. If we had not found them when we did they would have died within a day or 2 without mama to feed them. He is a sweet boy, is full of energy and loves to play and cuddle. He is litter trained, crate trained, good with other cats, dogs and children. He is still a kitten and still quite small, the pictures are closeups so he may appear bigger than he is. If you are ... (Read More)interested in Curly, contact us at PetRescueTeam.tx@gmail.com and please include a contact phone number. **PLEASE ADD OUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO YOUR EMAIL CONTACTS SO THAT OUR REPLY DOES NOT GO TO SPAM** Adoption applications can be submitted at PetRescueTeam.com/applications Adoption Fee $100 (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $100 Animal Location:

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