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Dog Pound in Houston, TX
900 Portway Dr5.04 mi Houston, TX Animal SheltersHumane SocietiesDog TrainingPet Training
I want a teacup Chihuahua cause i have a friend who has one and i thin they are so cute to have for a pet
2.Hope Homeless & Orphaned Pets
2310 W Lane Dr5.65 mi Houston, TX Humane SocietiesAnimal Removal Services
I adopted a 1-year old cat from HOPE in March of 2008. I had tried working with another organization but they were not very accomodating since I had specific needs. I needed a young neutered male cat to be a playmate for my 4-year old neutered male cat. The other organization could not tell me about the animal's personality or how any of their kitties interacted with other animals. So they were no help. The pet fosters for HOPE knew exactly what their animal's tolerances and needs for interaction - or lack thereof. I was quickly put in contact with the foster of my cat-to-be and adopted him within a week. I've had my new lil' boy for almost a year now. His foster Dad and I still email each other, I send him pictures of The Boiyz playing, fighting, stalking and chasing each other. \r \r This is the perfect organization is you want to adopt a pet and have a specific situation that needs to be accomodated: you have children, if you have dogs and want a cat, if you have cats and want a dog, etc. They are very knowledgeable and helpful if you have questions. And, if you feel the need to before a pet foster there is always an opportunity open!\r \r DON'T LITTER!!!!!! SPAY or NEUTER YOUR PETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
3.Any Size Paws
Houston, TX Pet StoresAnimal SheltersPet TrainingPet Grooming
If you want someone that will care for and love your fur babies just as much as you do – call Jeffery at Any Size Paws. He goes above and beyond what is expected in caring for your pets. I knew I was lucky to find him when he came over to first meet the babies before I left town. Even my semi-feral cat came straight to him. And by the time I returned my most skittish kitty was coming out when he visited. He obviously has a good soul that animals are attracted to and bond with. The night before I was to leave I started noticing something as wrong with one of my kitties and I had to be at the airport at 5am. I left Jeffrey a message and he was on his way to pick up my baby and have him at the vet’s office when they opened. My kitty ended up needing surgery. It was very stressful being out of town. But Jeffrey was taking care of everything which helped me immensely so that I could relax and enjoy my vacation.
4.Loving Arms Pet Placement
11723 Glenwolde Dr15.10 mi Houston, TX Pet StoresPet Supplies & Foods-Wholesale & ManufacturersAnimal Shelters
I'm really bad about reviewing companies / products, but after I saw the two one stars I felt I should step in and describe my own experience. It's been about seven months now since I picked my little guy up, but I remember it being nothing but a smooth process. It wasn't instantaneous - you have to fill out a relatively long application, and then (in my experience at least) there were multiple phone calls and a home inspection part. I can safely say that all of this is just to keep the pets interests in heart; many of those animals have already been abandoned or gone through terrible situations. It was also a very educational moment - I live in an apartment and have never had a dog before, but they were still very open minded about my situation and helped me to understand the commitment that I was about to take. The pets that I saw definitely weren't dirty, either!
5.BARC Animal Shelter and Adoption
3200 Carr St2.08 mi Houston, TX Animal SheltersAnimal Shows & Organizations
BARC trespassed onto my property when the gate and fence were closed, stole my puppy from the front yard and left a note reading that if I wanted my puppy back then I would have to call BARC. I called and not one clerk answered the many calls. I left numerous messages with my name and phone number - no one returned my calls. The Supervisor admitted to trespassing but charged me $120.00. I began to write a check for $120.00 and the Supervisor stopped me when he saw me take out my pen. BARC Manager sold my puppy earlier that day. I called the Houston Police. They said that BARC legally in agreement with The City of Houston can go onto citizens' yards and steal animals to generate revenue for the City of Houston. Suzanne Hollifield of The Houston Police Department lies in Offense Reports so that innocent people will be fined in order to generate profit for the Police Department and City of Houston. BARC along with The City of Houston committed a Crime of Moral Turpitude.
6.Heavenly Barcs Animal Rescue
7747 Willow Mint Ln14.20 mi Houston, TX Animal SheltersAdoption Services
Saving one at a time.
7.Heritage for the Blind of Houston
1200 Smith Street, 16th Floor0.60 mi Houston, TX Developmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsCharitiesCommunity OrganizationsAssociations
Seems like we hit a network glitch.