Paw Patrol Rescue is a Houston-based 501 c3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping dogs that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected in Cleveland, TX.
We serve as advocates for dogs in the Cleveland, TX shelter by providing vaccinations and spay/neuter, aligning volunteer fosters, finding and screening potential adopters, and networking with other rescue groups to help get these precious pups out of the shelter and into forever homes.
All applicants are considered on a case by case basis and selection of dogs appropriate for these homes is often limited.
Puppies will not be adopted to homes where they will be left alone for too many consecutive hours on a regular basis.
We do require most of our adopters to have securely fenced yards. However, some of our dogs may be considered for homes with smaller enclosures (i.e. secure patios) and we do occasionally adopt to apartment-style homes or homes without fenced yards.
All dogs will be primarily inside dogs living as members of their family – no dogs will live strictly outside or in garages.
No dog will be kept on a chain at any time, for any reason.
All dogs will be provided with adequate fresh food and water, clean, dry shelter when outside, and daily exercise.
All dogs will be provided a safe collar with ID tags to be worn at all times.
All adoptive families will obey all applicable laws governing control and custody of animals.
All adoptive families will provide medical care as prescribed by their veterinarian including but not limited to; yearly exams, monthly HEARTWORM PREVENTION, vaccinations and unscheduled treatment for any illness/injury.
All dogs will be adopted only as a personal companion and not as a gift, working animal or guard dog.
All dogs will be returned to Paw Patrol should it be necessary to find another home for the dog. No dog will be given away for any reason at any point in their lives.
Paw Patrol assumes no responsibility nor shall they be held liable for any damages caused by the adopted animal to property, person or other pets. If any medical problems occur after adoption, Paw Patrol is not liable for medical bills.
If you have other pets, they must be spayed or neutered if you adopt from Paw Patrol. As well, your other pets must be up to date on all vaccinations and heartworm prevention.
To help ensure that we place our dogs in loving, responsible, and committed homes, we have an application and screening process. We reserve the right to refuse any adoption.