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!
Honey is a sweet and mischievous 10/12-month-old. This beautiful girl was pulled from a neglectful situation and is learning what it means to be loved and taken care of. With her new life, Honey has gone from an unsure and unbalanced pup to becoming incredibly fun, loving, and grateful. Every day she makes tremendous strides. Early on in her foster home, she did have some toy possessing issues, but those have now been worked out. She has been challenged at home with her foster siblings and at her daily dog park adventures, and we are now happy to report she no longer has those guarding issues. In fact, everyone at the dog park knows her and absolutely loves her. She hits the gate and bolts to find the first dog that wants to run off energy and play play play. It would be ideal for her to be in a home with another dog at her same energy level or in one where her people are extremely active and will continue to keep her socialized with other dogs. Her foster Mom does not recommend a home with young children. We want success for both Honey and the adoptive family. Honey can be very rambunctious and may not understand what is going too far in play with a young child.
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.
Legend! Legend is a 2 year old gorgeous long-haired wooly husky. He loves to be brushed and doesn't mind the dog dryer too much. His foster mom describes him as near perfect as a husky could get. Legend gets along fine with women but definitely prefers to hang out with the men at his foster home. He is house, kennel trained plus walks well on a leash. He is a very active young husky with energy to spare and will need a canine playmate or two in his Forever Family. Legend will need lots of room to run, run, run...he loves to just run circles in the backyard of his foster home. Legend is a very vocal husky, especially when he's ready to play. He doesn't chew or destroy things but he has it in him if he doesn't get plenty of exercise. He likes water but not necessarily swimming, he can be found just lounging on the tanning deck. Legend's wooliness will require a savvy husky pack leader.
UPDATED BIO: Leeyo is an 11 yr old special needs senior who was returned to resue after 8 years due to unforeseen family circumstances. He Loves his people and will follow them everywhere. Leeyo is housetrained, walks well on a leash and does very well during the work day in a gated room. Leeyo has moderate to severe arthritis and is visually impaired so he doesn't need long walks. Leeyo would work well as an only dog but does tolerate other dog friendly / calm dogs. No children or small animals. Serious Inquires only.
ORIGINAL BIO: Our sweet Leo came to us in need of lots of love and attention. Even though he is about two years old, he did not know how to play or even run. Since he has been with TXHR, his foster family has done wonders! He has learned to be sociable, he has polite house manners, and is a true cuddly, loving boy. He has put on weight and with love, grooming and nutrition, his matted fur is now a soft golden red color. His foster dad says “there are few dogs I have ever seen that are as beautiful as this boy”.Leo has juvenile cataracts, either from a birth defect or the unsanitary conditions from his puppy mill life, which may him to run into things on occasion and it might take him an extra moment to find you when you call him. Even though this causes him problems playing ball, it’s quite a treat to find a husky that will go along with chasing a toy . . . he just needs you to help him find it!He is up to date on all his shots and has been neutered. This special guy has an abundance of love to give and wants to make you proud that he is part of your family.
This sassy senior gal is about 9-10 years old and about as sweet as they come. Paisley is settling in great at her foster home and doing fantastic with the resident pack. Paisley would like nothing more than to chill out with a Family of her very own.
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.
Urian means "From Heaven" and this name really suits this young husky. Urian is 18 months old, house-trained and working on crate training. Urian is great with other dogs and a super-duper snuggler. Those with the name Urian tend to want to be involved in "safe activities", well as a husky we're not sure how accurate that description is but it also means they are affectionate and have magnetic personalities so that part of the description is definitely accurate!!
Vance is three years old and this poor fellow has had a rough time. He is skin and bones, his ears are raw from fly strikes, has a pretty nasty gash on his face, and is covered in scabs. He's currently with one of our vets getting the medical care he needs and will be heading to his foster in the next few days. The shelter did a great job at keeping him comfortable until we could get to him. He rode great in the car on his Freedom Ride, was great on the leash and loves giving kisses.
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.
Cutie patootie Wade is about a year and half that was surrendered to TXHR. He came from a very loving home and they were devastated when they handed him over to us. Wade is great with other dogs, he loves to take dips in the pool or frankly any body of water around. He's a super smart, super sweet massive cuddle bug! Wade is past the puppy destructive stage but still he's a husky so will get into trouble if you let him. Wade would do best in a home with other active canine packmates, older children and no cats. He's still very young and can be a little mouthy.
Winter is around 2 years old and although he is a great guy, his new family quickly found out that he was not cat friendly. So instead of having sweet Winter live his life in a crate, his owners wanted him to have the best life so they surrendered him to TXHR. Winter is great with other dogs, fully potty trained and settling in with is new Foster Family. He loves to jog and take long walks...lots of walks. He loves, loves, loves the backyard and would do best with a family who lives in a home with a backyard. He is not a fan of the crate and is very vocal in letting you know. Winter is a typical husky who needs some extra work on his leash manners but is ready for his Forever Family.
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!