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If you are interested in becoming a foster parent to an IG in need, please call 469-544-2530 or fill out a foster application and fax it to 972.530.4567 or email to Robin
Little Hunter is a tiny guy with a big personality. At 10 years young, there’s still quite a bit of spring in his step…..and he’s an excellent jumper! Although he is good with kids, we think he would do best in a family with a relaxed and low-key lifestyle, as he tends to be a bit skittish. Continue reading
ARNIE is a IG/Poodle mix (black with blue markings on his head and chest). DOB 7/3/2014 He has 6 other dogs in his foster home (small, medium and large) and gets along well with all of them. He especially likes our female IG as I think she reminds him of his mother. He is still very cautious around us but if I tell him to “stay” and approach him slowly, I can normally pick him up. Continue reading
My name is Eddie, but everyone calls me Ed. Are you attracted to well-mannered, easy going, older gentlemen who enjoy cozying up on the couch? Then I’m ready for our first date to see if we are a love match! Continue reading
This little Rootie Tootie is looking for a loving home to call her own. Continue reading
Annie is a petite senior girl about 10 years old. She loves being in the same room as you but just doesn’t need to be on your lap or beside you to be content. She even prefers her doggie bed at the end of the mattress rather than being under the covers as does a typical Iggy. Continue reading
Rigby is a precious guy with so much love to offer. He is doing very well at becoming a more confident, less fearful guy.
He will do well in a home with adult(s) that understand his needs and are willing to be patient and take the time with him. Continue reading
It’s been brought to my attention that my foster brothers, Risotto and Rigby, have recently
been promoting themselves with the help of our foster Mommy. Well, I refuse to be left out. Continue reading