Do you have a shelter?
No, we do not have a shelter facility – we rely on dedicated volunteers and finders who volunteer to foster dogs in their homes for us
I found a dog - can I bring it to you?
Please check our Found Page for assistance first. Since we don’t have a shelter facility and only a limited number of foster homes, we can only help once it’s established that the dog is indeed homeless and can only help if a foster home can be found, so we would ask you if you can foster or can find someone to foster the dog. If you can foster, please fill out a Foster Application. You can also check our Resource page for other area rescues that may be able to help
I found a cat - can I bring it to you?
We are only setup for dogs and cannot assist with cats. Please see our Resource page for other rescues that may be able to help.
I need to rehome my dog - can you take it?
We are a very small group with limited resources and are focusing those resources on homeless and abandoned dogs. Please see our Re-home section for information that may help
I want to fix my dog/cat - where do I go?
There are a number of low cost Spay/Neuter clinics in the Houston Metro area as well as reasonably prices Veterinarians in the Kingwood Area. You may want to call around for options, we have listed a few options on our Resources page.
What is the Adoption Fee?
Our Adoption fee is $200 ($250 for puppies under 6 months) which includes Vaccines, Fecal and Heartworm tests, Flea treatment, Wormer - if needed, Microchip and Spay or Neuter.
Why is your Adoption Fee so high? I can get a dog from free from my friend/neighbor/classified Ad
All of our dogs are fully vetted before they are adopted:
|Adoption Fee||$200 - $250||Free dog||$0|
|Spay/Neuter||included||$150 - $400|
|Fecal test and wormer||included||$25|
|Total||$200 - $250||$350 - $600|
I would like Volunteer - can I come to Adoption meetups?
Please check out our Volunteer Opportunies for information. We do not have a physical Shelter, but VAP has, so you might want to check with them.