Charlie is a 9 month old neutered yellow lab who came into foster care in late May. He was found wandering in a neighborhood and has since become a great addition to the Lone Star Program.
Charlie is a happy, active dog currently living with two other 8 year old dogs. He loves to investigate the yard and chew on bones and toys. Charlie is house broken, crate trained, walks well on a leash and is independent. He doesn't get under...more
Mollie is a young, single, black female in search of a forever family with cats, dogs and people who are home! She is a great running partner and she loves long walks, playing in the baby pool, and trying to coax our older dogs and the cats into playing with her. Mollie tolerates her crate, is mostly housebroken, and loves to hang out next to me while I’m working at home or, well, hanging out. She weighs about 42 pounds and we estimate...more
Lillie will do best in a quieter home with no children or older children. A large yard would be best as she loves to run around and play outside. Lillie is a low maintenance dog, but is young and needs daily walks and exercise. She will need to be crated when home alone. She does well in her crate for 4-5 hours and then will need a potty break. A home with another friendly dog is important so that the family dog can show her the...more
This is "Holly" and she's a very happy girl! She's an 8-month old lab mix, approximately 45 lbs, with the most endearing smile in the world. Her coat is silky smooth, and slowly turning darker; we believe she will be a light gold color. At just 5 months old, Holly was abandoned in a Spring, Texas, neighborhood, and left to fin for herself. She is healthy, heartworm negative, and will be spayed on August 14th.
Holly knows her name very...more
Sam is a 6-year-old boy who was recently sprung from the Montgomery County Animal Shelter where he had been living for over 3 months. He was brought in as a stray but is now being fostered with Lone Star Animal Welfare League.
Sam had not been treated very well prior to making it to the shelter. He has a scar on his neck from what we suspect was an embedded collar or chain. He's adjusting nicely to life in a home. He's experiencing...more