Cranberry is a 3 year Corgi mix girl who was dumped at the Houston shelter around the holidays. She and her 6 four month old puppies were all rescued or adopted. Now it's mama's turn for a happy furever! Cranberry is a sweetheart with a bit of a diva side. She is somewhat dominant when it comes to other dogs but she does fine with most of the more submissive dogs at her foster's home in Houston area. She likes dogs her size or a little smaller. This beauty knows basic commands and walks well on leash. She is also crate, house and doggy door trained. Cranberry is 30 lbs, spayed, current on vaccines and heart worm prevention and has her microchip. Cranberry rides well in a vehicle so transport to her adopter out of the state of TX is an option. For more information on Cranberry, please email us through the link.
Lacy and her 6 mos old daughter Holly are so bonded, we have decided their happy forever will be a home where they can stay together. Holly is very shy and is most at ease with the world when she is with her mom. Mom and daughter were found on the streets in Corpus Christi around Thanksgiving. Lacy is about 2 years old, very friendly and outgoing. She loves everyone! She has shorter Corgi legs but the coloring of a Border Collie. Daughter Holly has the same coloring and markings but we think dad might have some Beagle. This pair is so sweet and while Holly is still a work in progress as far as her socialization, she has come a long way and we are confident that once she and mom are in their very own home, she will continue her progress. Lacy is about 35 lbs and Holly is 22 lbs. Both are spayed, current on vaccines and prevention, and microchipped. We've reduced the adoption fee since we would like them to be adopted together to $400
Hollie is a 9 month old Corgi mix girl. She's 23 lbs, spayed, current on vaccines and heart worm prevention and has her microchip. Hollie is Lacy's puppy. She used to be extremely shy but has really come out of her shell over the last couple of months. She is still very timid of people but having another dog to play with will make her transition to her furever home go much more smoothly. Hollie will need a family who is willing to be patient with her with her shyness. She now does approach her foster family for pets but will never be much for cuddling. Hollie's super power is her playfulness with other dogs. She's not pushy about it but when she makes doggy friends, she is a friend for life. Hollie is house and crate trained. She's great with dog savvy children and cats as well.