Lovely Anise is around two years old, house trained, and a real lady. She is great with other dogs but will require a sturdy fence and an attentive owner as she sometimes catches a bit of wanderlust. This gorgeous gal is looking for forever and won't stop until she finds it!
This is Azalea, and if we are being honest, we do not know how this little blossom hasn't been snatched up yet. Azalea came into the rescue pregnant and after giving birth and raising cute pups, she's ready for her own Forever Family. Her foster family reports that she is a chill girl down for walks and naps. We believe she was mistreated before being rescued, so she does take some time to warm up to humans, but once she does, it's all love and affection. Her foster family believes she would do best as an only or with another chill dog like herself, as she does not seem to be a fan of young, high-evergy dogs. If you have tiny humans, she prefers them to be dog savvy and old enough to respect her boundaries. We think she's around 2-3 years in age, she's house trained, leash trained, and working on the crate. She can also handle dog savvy cats that hold their own and don't run from her. As if you needed another reason to adopt her, she's got these beautiful eyes that speak to your soul. If Azalea is your new best friend, fill out an application today.
I'm Sir Bentley, and recently Hurricane Harvey uprooted me and shook my world. Luckily, I was rescued from the floodwaters but I was never reclaimed. However, just like my fellow Texans, I'll get through this stronger than ever. I'm around three years old, I know several commands, I ride great in the car, and I'm polite on the leash. Though it took a short time for me to adjust to my new surroundings, I'm now doing wonderfully with my foster pack, and I love humans. I'm now looking for the chance to build a new life with the perfect forever family.
We know that sometimes owning 6 huskies is out of the question (unfortunately) due to budget and space restrictions. Maybe you just need the one husky to complete your family. If that's your situation, let's talk about Bryce. We'll tell you now, this is your husky dream come true. Bryce is around 4 years old, crate trained, house trained, rides well in the car, sweet, smart, you know, all the good stuff. His understanding is that he is a lapdog, so he will gladly lay all 60 pounds of fluff right on you to save you the inconvenience of having to lean down to give him attention. Bryce is selective of his doggie companions, so we think he would thrive as an only with an experienced owner. Bryce promises to shower you with kisses should you give him a chance, so fill out an application now to give Bryce the home he deserves.
Sweet Drizzle had a very tough life prior to rescue: she was part of a cruelty seizure about a year and a half ago. Drizzle is around 4 years old, house trained, crate trained, and loves other dogs. She's slow to trust humans for obvious reasons, but she's made great progress in her foster home. A special girl like this has some special requests:
Her foster family says that Drizzle is happiest when she can run and play with a pack, but she can still be timid and skittish at times around the humans. If you want to show this sweet girl that humans are worth her trust, fill out an application for Drizzle today.
Edam came to us as a stray with all sorts of issues...from skin to heart worms...but you would never know it. 3 year old Edam loves attention and especially treats! Edam is a silly, funny girl with lots of energy. Our awesome vets are assessing her health issues and once she is on her way to recovery she will ready for a Forever or Foster Family!
This is sassy Fiona, and she knows she would make the perfect addition to your pack. She is approximately a year old, house-trained, and great with other dogs. She is incredibly playful with lots of energy, so she would prefer a home with another dog to match her energy so that she can play to her heart's content. Her foster family reports that she is not a fan of the crate, but no matter, because she has been roaming the house with the pack with no issues while her foster family is away. She is also working on her manners and basic commands, but she's proving to be a fast learner. She is very affectionate with a lot of love to give her humans. If Fiona is the one for you, fill out an application today!
If you are looking for an unconditional loving companion, Gabbie is your gal. Although she may be shy at first, she will soon be your white shadow. She does prefer the company of women and smaller dogs, although she would prefer to not share her attention and love with other four-legged friends. Gabby suffers from a form of auto-immune anemia and so will require a very special adopter for a very special girl.
Big boy Gambit is super-sweet. He is around six years old, calm in the car and good with both dogs and kids. He was another last minute save from a local shelter and we are grateful to his foster family for taking him in. He appears to have been a stray for some time and so will need some time to recover but can't wait to start his new life!
Hudson's New Year's resolution is to live his best life, but he can't do that until he finds his own forever family. This 2 year old hunk of love is crate trained, easy on the leash, rides well in the car, and is familiar with basic commands. He is energetic and adventurous, so he would do best in a home with a secure fence. He is not a fan of small creatures of any species, so large dog playmates with the right chemistry would be best (no kitties). Hudson's foster reports him as being sweet and cuddly with a dash of sass. Help Hudson follow through on his New Year's resolution and fill out an application today.
Inuk is about a year and a half old and a real lover. He adores giving kisses and riding in the car. Inuk is dog friendly but should be in a home with older children. He has a typically husky independent streak and enthusiasm for adventure. He would do best with an active, husky-savvy adopter. Cuddle, anyone?
Jake is a #harveyhusky and was found walking around in the Harvey flood waters and was taken in by the awesome folks at Cypress Creek Vet outside of Austin. They took in quite a few dogs and Jake was the only one to not be reclaimed by the 10-31-17 deadline. They reached out to us but we've been stuffed to the gills so they gave us some time to get a foster lined up and get things in order. He is a great boy with tons of love to give. He's been through quite a bit of turmoil in the past couple of months so he's getting used to being in a home again. He is estimated to be around 1.5 years old and is a big guy with a ton of love to give. Please stay tuned for more updates on Jake.
Jayce is a 11 month old love bug! This sweet puppy boy is great with other dogs, great on a leash ...just a great boy looking for a family to love! Jayce has some basic training and would be thrilled to find his very own Forever Family...sooner, rather than later! If you think your family is ready for some husky puppy greatness, Jayce is the guy for you!
"Hi I’m Lobo and I am a husky amputee! I might be missing my right back leg but I still get around great! I love to run and play with other dogs (I am heart worm positive so exercise will have to be limited). I’m more on the submissive side so big dogs aren’t an issue as long as their okay with me. I’m still trying to get used to the small ones but once we’re acquainted I’m usually a big softy. I also have a kitten roommate that I get along with great as well! I’m not your typical husky. My ideal day would be spent indoors laying around or cuddling up around your feet all day! I don’t typically get into mischief unless you have something interesting on the coffee table or if you don’t mind having your socks or shoes moved. I have great manners I can just be stubborn sometimes. I’m going to be a huge commitment. I hope to find a forever home that wants me as if I had four legs and will love me unconditionally. Being a husky amputee will get harder on me as I get older so if your up for an adventure please fill out an application, I’d love to meet you!
This is Luna Lovegood and true to her namesake, she's one special girl. Before TXHR took her in, she was used for breeding in a puppy mill and did not know there could be a life outside of her breeding pin. Because of her past, she is a little wary of new things. However, in the short time she has been with her foster family, she has made incredible strides in learning to "dog." She's house-trained, crate trained and does well with other dogs. She is currently learning basic commands and house manners. Her foster family reports that she becomes distressed around new people and new environments, but she is eventually able to trust, as evidenced by her "cuddly" moments with her foster mom. Luna needs to go to a patient adopter who wants to earn her trust and will continue working on breaking her out of her shell. If you can give her the magical life that she so clearly deserves, fill out an application today.
Sweet little Nadine just wants love and she's not picky about it. She adores other dogs, big humans, little humans, and basically everyone and everything. We think she is about a year old.
Lovely Olena is around five years old. Olena is a puppy mill survivor. She is learning trust and love in her foster home and gets along well with the other dogs. Olena will need a special adopter with patience and love who will continue to teach her that humans can be great!
Omitaa is around two years old. He was surrendered to a shelter in Houston in very poor condition but now he's doing great! Omitaa is very loving and affectionate. He is a small guy but still loves to roughhouse with other dogs. He is crate and potty trained and knows sit and shake. Omitaa is very treat motivated and will probably need some nice, safe chew toys in his new home (otherwise he might not chew something quite so...appropriate). We think he could be an only or a pack mate but cats are not recommended. If a playful, loving, friendly, sweet, energetic, outgoing and happy is what you've been looking for, Omitaa is your guy!
This spunky gal is Osha. She says, "Are you ready to have some fun? Then, let's do this." Osha would do best with an active family and a canine companion who is equally playful. She is only about a year old and still has lots of husky puppy energy (if only we could can that stuff, we'd give every energy drink on the market a run for their money).
Sweet Paul is around five years old and a very special guy who will need an experienced husky pack leader. Paul does not want to compete for your love so he needs to be the only canine member of the household. If you think you can handle as much love as Paul has to give, please complete an application.
Hi, I'm Peppermint, and I am almost 2 years old. I came into the rescue pregnant, but I'm ready to find my own forever family. I know what you're thinking, and the answer is yes, I will melt your heart. Let me tell you, I am:
If that is not enough to convince you that I'd make a great addition to the family, I also love to cuddle. I could be an only or part of a pack with the right chemistry. Please give me a chance to be a part of your family!
Phoenix is on fire and ready to rise. We think he is around three years old. He is a total sweetheart, loves riding in the car, and adores attention. We think he would do best in a home without small dogs or cats.
Are you looking for a low-maintenance and ready-made pack? Look no further than Big Chief Quanto and his best friend, Miss Rezi. Quanto is around six years old, housebroken, and super chill. His favorite thing to do is sit and survey his kingdom with Rezi by his side. These two are a bonded pair and would love to go to their new forever family together. You know the saying, two huskies are better than one, so fill out an application today for your new pack!
If you are looking for a husky dog minus the husky antics, Quinnie is your girl. Unfortunately, it seems Quinnie was kept outside and mistreated in her past life, as she is very shy and reserved around humans. However, being around other dogs has helped her come out of her shell. She is around 7 years old and the definition of chill. She has shown no destructive or escape artist tendencies within her foster home and she is crate trained and house-trained. Because of her past, we think she would do best within a home that has other dogs and no young children. Quinnie needs a patient adopter that will work with her on trusting humans again. If you would like to help this wonderful girl rebuild her faith in humanity, fill out an application today.
Rain aka Rainers, Rainey Bear, Rainbow, Rainalicious was rescued with our rescue partners K9 Mill Rescue and is a total sweetie pie. She was a breeder dog for most of her life and has made leaps and bounds in the last year and is learning to trust her humans.. Rain is going to need a family that not only is willing, but wants to work with her and finds reward in watching a dog evolve. She is much more relaxed and happy though now. Rain would love a quiet home with some doggie friends and unconditional love. She’s a sweet, sometimes silly, beautiful girl who will one day learn to trust her humans.
Rocket Raccoon is around four years old and great with children and other dogs.
Sheldon may not look like a typical husky but he has as much heart as any Siberian! He is a little over a year old and born into rescue when his pregnant husky mom was saved from an area shelter. Sheldon is a a sweet and loving boy who likes to play with other dogs, go on walks, and visit the dog park. He is house trained, crate trained and knows a lot of commands. He is also child-friendly. He will make a devoted companion for a lucky family.
Hey there, I'm Talia! I need to find a forever family, so let me win you over. I'm only about a year old so I've got lots of energy! I would do well in an active household or with some fun playmates. I'm house trained AND crate trained. My foster family says I still need to work on my manners, as I'm a bit mouthy and don't really understand the concept of personal space, but they are hopeful I'll learn quickly. My favorite things include food, sleeping in the bed, and running. I have shown no destructive tendencies so far, and I like to explore. I just need you to give me a chance and I'll be the best companion, so fill out an application today!
Hey, there. My name is Titan. That's a bold name for a scrawny guy like myself, but the name matches my heart, not my size.My story prior to coming to TXHR will move the hardest of hearts to tears. You see, a very nice lady found me after I had collapsed in her front yard. She thought that I had been hit by a car because I wasn't moving. It actually turned out that I was just incredibly exhausted after being on my own for so long. Since I lost my watch along the way, I lost track of how long I had been wandering around. I do know that it was a long time because I was in pretty rough shape, to put it lightly.The wonderful people at the animal shelter picked me up and gave me something to eat. Boy, was I ravenous. Unfortunately, it had been so long since I had last eaten that I threw everything up. I know it was hard for them and my foster mommy to not give me all the food they could find because they could see all the bones in my body, but I had to be slowly reintroduced to food. Fortunately, my tummy is all better and I'm on my way to the next heavyweight championship. Not only was I severely emaciated and malnourished, but I also had a crazy ear infection that was making it hard for me to hear. I also had heartworms and pretty much every per parasite that's out there.I know you are thinking that dogs are pretty resourceful and will look in trashcans and other places for food, but I couldn't do that because I can't see. That's right, I'm blind. Like Helen Keller blind. But don't worry, I don't let that get me down. In fact, once I'm in a place for a couple of days, I can get the lay of the land. I can even get in and out of the doggie door all by myself at my foster home. On the rare occasion that I can't find the door to get back in, I just let out a howl to let everyone know I'm a little turned around. Yup, I am one smart dude. Although I'm pretty well adjusted to not being able to see, I do still get a little nervous in the car. But you have to admit that it has to be nerve-racking to be going, what I assume has to be 800 MPH, without knowing where you are going. Now that I am on the road to recovery, I love to spend my days hanging out with my foster family. When I hear my foster mom's voice or smell her scent, I just can't hide my excitement. I guess because it has been so long since I was loved, I just can't get enough of cuddling up with my family.Anyway, that's enough about me. I would love to hear about you and how you could give me the forever that I have always dreamed of. (PS, I know I ended that sentence with a preposition, but I like to be a rebel every now and then.)
Sweet Tizzy is around two years old. She came into rescue with some medical issues after her owners moved and did not have time for her. She is recovering well and can't wait to start her new life.
Valiant is around nine months old (as of January 2018) and your typical husky puppy--active, playful, funloving, and with a bit of wanderlust. He is a sweet boy with lots of love (and hair!) to give!
Vienna (yes, as in sausages) is around 18 months and on the petite side at 45 pounds. I'll go ahead and state the obvious: she's super cute with the prettiest bi-eyes. We know you cannot go off looks alone, so let me answer your questions: Yes, she's crate trained and house trained. Yes, she's good with other dogs. In fact, she's so good with other dogs that we recommend she go to a home with other doggie playmates. She's working on her leash training and is overall very sweet and playful. Her foster family reports that she is submissive and easily trainable. With those stats and that beauty, we don't expect her to last long. If Vienna is the one, fill out an application today.
When you think "husky", think Warrick. This handsome guy is looking for his new forever home, and you could be the lucky one. Warrick is around 3 years old, house-trained, great on the leash, rides well in the car, and he's a fan of cuddles. He will even "talk" to his toys! He is great with other dogs but he could also be an only. His foster family also reports that he has a tendency to guard his toys and food (understandable, I've done it too) but he's working on it. He listens well and has not been destructive around the house. We know that winter time is the best time for a cuddle buddy, so fill out an application today for Warrick!
Whitney is a stunning beautiful girl with a heart to match. We think she was dumped in a field after being used for breeding. We are very grateful to the kind family who kept her safe over the holidays and looked for her owners (to no avail). Little Whitney is now on her way to a better life. We think she is around a year old and would love a nice foster home.
Little Willow is a pocket sized gal at less than 40 pounds. She is around two years old and a total doll. Willow is super-smart and already knows lots of commands. She has great house manners and is very polite on the leash and in the car. She is a little too interested in kitties, however, and so would do best in a feline-free house.