Amari is a sweet, older guy! He is the strong, silent type...very gentle with his people and will paw for pets and love. Amari is house trained and loves being outdoors! He is not a fan of the crate and should not be around small pets. He has glaucoma so needs daily eye drops. Amari is doing great at his Foster Home but is ready for a Family of his own.
Epic is just about two years old! This guy loves to play and makes friends with every dog or person he meets..big and little dogs...big and small people. He is a rock star at doggie daycare and ready for a Family who will love him Forever!
Farrah is a sweet older lady between the ages of 8-9 years old. Farrah would do best in a home where she is the queen of the castle and does not have to worry about other dogs. She just wants to chill. Her foster mom describes her as cuddly, easy going, quiet and low maintenance. Farrah would be fine with older children who will respect her space and treat her gently. Farrah is still confused with the changes in her life so can be a bit growly around her food but we think once she finds a Forever Family she will get more comfortable. Her foster mom says says she has shown great improvement. She has not been cat tested
Gumbo is a little over two years old and can't wait to find a Family who will love him FOREVER!! Gumbo is a smart little guy who knows basic commands and is both crate and potty trained. Gumbo is reportedly quite mellow for his age, loves to cuddle and gets along well with other dogs. Actually, canine siblings are a must in his Forever Family. Gumbo loves being part of a pack. He rides well in the car too!
Kendall is about 9 years old. She is a sweet talkative, calm and curious husky lady who loves going for walks and water. Kendall is great on a leash and is working on her off-leash skills. She has great recall and knows some commands. Kendall can be picky about her dog friends but gets along great with the great dane in her foster home as well as the cows. Kendall loves to receive pets from her foster family but is not much of a cuddler. Kendall does not like to be left alone and will bark or howl to let you know. She does get along with cats and would do best with older kids.
Kenzo is an amazing 4-year-old boy who has a serious case of wanderlust. He wound up at a local shelter because he was escaping his yard and visiting the neighbor's chickens. Apparently, he took Chick-fil-a's advertising to heart. In order to stay out of trouble in the future, he will need a forever home with a very secure fence because he can jump high and will try to squeeze himself through the bottom of the fence. When he isn't thinking about getting more stamps in his passport, he enjoys giving kisses, cuddling with his humans, and playing with the resident dogs. Kenzo would love nothing more than to have a forever home where he can play with other dogs, go on long walks, and spend his downtime hanging out with his people.
Mako is around 4 years old, has the softest fur and most hypnotic blue eyes. Mako is a spirited, playful and rambunctious guy. He would do best in a home with no young children but husky savvy teens would be fine. Mako needs a dog savvy leader who will enforce the rules and pack order. He is anxious to learn and takes direction very well. Mako does well with other dogs.
Roger is one devilishly handsome 2-4-year-old boy who found himself stuck in the shelter. While in the shelter, he scaled the 6-foot chain fence because he heard that the grass was greener on the other side. Fortunately for him, the grass was greener because now he spends his days lounging around in his foster home. He is good with other dogs, but he would be just as happy hanging out on the couch watching reruns of The Office. If you are in the market for a red-headed floofball and you have a secure fence, then Roger is definitely your guy.
Shakoba is a fun-loving, high-energy 1-year-old girl who came to us when her owner became too ill to take care of her. Her owner was heartbroken to give her up, but she knew that Shakoba would have a great life if she became an official TXHR dog. Currently, Shakoba loves playing with her foster brother, chasing squirrels and rabbits, and spending time in the sunshine. She would do best in an active home with another doggie pal to play with.
Vigo is around six years old! He loves, loves, loves to play--especially with an equally enthusiastic canine buddy--but he also adores fetch and toys. He is a goofy, mischievous boy who will need patient adopters to teach him boundaries and continue his training. He is house trained and rides well in the car. His foster is currently working on crate training. Vigo is great with kids and dogs his size. An active family and a doggy sibling (or two) are recommended for this high energy, fun loving boy. Small animals are not recommended.
Wookie is a big, quiet senior red who is very soulful, and likes human company more than being a part of the pack. He prefers to hang by himself and loves to be around his special people. Wookie has a strong voice that sounds bigger than he is. Although he will occasionally play a little with other dogs at his Foster Home, he is generally a little picky about most dogs and does not like to share. He is not cat friendly and isn't really a fan of smaller dogs. Wookie isn't high on energy but will play with a tennis ball and LOVES stuffed animals to tear apart and carry around - Wookie also loves to watch TV and hang with the family for quiet snuggling on the couch or spend time hanging outside on a patio. Wookie loves car rides but will need help if he needs to jump up into a higher vehicle.
Originally it was reported that Wookie was deaf, this is unlikely, we think he just had a strong case of husky selective hearing!