Our Featured Pet: Dixie
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DIXIE. Female Shep/LabX DOB January 2012. Contact Twylasfriends@yahoo.com
DIXIE Female Shepherd/Lab X DOB JAN 2012 Contact: Twylasfriends@yahoo.com
DIXIE was found as a stray by a good Samaritan who reached out to Twyla's Friends for help. Dixie is somewhat bewildered by all the changes in her life recently. Despite our efforts to locate her owners no one has come forward and it is now time to find her a forever home. Dixie loves companionship and is affectionate. She has been spayed, vaccinated, is heartworm negative and on preventative and micro chipped. DIXIE NEEDS A FOSTER HOME someone to help her until a forever family can be found. If you would like to adopt Dixie or could foster her we would love to hear from you please contact Sylvia at email@example.com
***** If you would like more information about our featured dog be sure to send a note to the "Contact Person." This is the person fostering the dog and they will be happy to answer any questions you have. Also, in sending your note to the Contact Person, be sure to include information about yourself, family, home, yard, fence, other pets, work situation, and pet accommodations. This information will help us make the best match between you and one of our dogs.
Please call 832-488-7937 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Who We Are
Twyla's Friends is a 501(3)(c) charity organization. Our mission is to help abandoned and rescued dogs in our community through veterinary assistance and help with placement in permanent homes. Twyla's Friends is a volunteer organization with no shelter or kennel facilities. All donations are used to help pay veterinary expenses for dogs in immediate need going through our program. If you have lost or found a dog please email Twyla's Friends at email@example.com with a complete description (include a picture if possible) and put signs up in the area you found the dog. Contact local vets and other rescue groups with this information as well. If you have found a stray dog and the owner cannot be located and you can foster the dog, we can help you with the dog's medical expenses and provide you with fostering guidance. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can foster the dog. If you cannot foster the dog, we cannot help you at this time and suggest you contact other local rescues or take the dog to one of the many Houston area based shelters.
Adopting a friend
Adoption donations vary depending on the dog's medical bills but start at $150. Each dog is medically treated treated by a veterinarian, altered, fully vaccinated and health checked before adoption. Temperament and whether the dog is advisable with toddlers, is good with other dogs and cats, is house trained and crate trained can be confirmed with the contact person noted in the biography.
****** We are happy to meet and show dogs to screened prospective adopters at mutually convenient times.******
526 Kingwood Dr. #321
Kingwood, TX 77339
Phone: 832 488 7937
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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