I love hearing these happy stories of pups finding their forever home! If you want to make a tail wag by adding a furry friend to your family, visit www.scoutshonor.org! Check out the great stories from our friends at Scout's Honor!
DOZER! Poor Dozer was apparently tossed from a car or truck on 610 at 45 in the middle of traffic and was laying prone in the middle of one of the lanes of the freeway the first Saturday afternoon in November. One of our board members saw him laying there and had to stop. A good Samaritan had stopped and called in to report the dog on the freeway. A police officer and two tow truck drivers showed up and were blocking traffic for this boy, but were too afraid to pick Dozer up and help him so they called BARC to get him. That is when our board member happened to drive by, stopped, and told them that she would get him. So, she scooped him up and took him straight to the vet. Poor Dozer had oil all over him with road rash and cuts and scrapes. The vet x-rayed him and said that he had a lung contusion but luckily no broken bones, just a sprain or two….thanks to a wonderful, patient foster and the help of another special volunteer who helped give him some manners…Dozer showing his full potential when he met his new family and his sister Tinkerbell! It was love at first sight and they adore Dozer and he is finally home J Look at that smile on his face!
Mary Lou! Mary Lou was left behind on Galveston Island during Hurricane Ike and by some amazing miracle survived! She then found her way to Scout’s Honor Rescue for a second chance….well she was adopted by a lady who promised to keep her safe and love her forever but soon found a new husband who decided there was no room for Mary Lou in their lives so she came back again…thanks to a wonderful foster, she regained her confidence and went with the human saying that the third time is the charm. Her new owner had lost her pit bull right before Christmas – she saw Mary Lou and felt an immediate connection as she too had survived Hurricane Ike…it was the perfect match! Mary Lou is finally home!
Bentley! Bentley the strikingly handsome Husky was rescued from death row at the Brazoria County Pound where he was found wandering the streets after Hurricane Ike hit - its really a miracle he survived…he was a bit of handful and thanks to a very special foster who kept him for well over year waiting for the perfect home to come..someone who understand the needs of a husky and the breed and that special family came right before Christmas! They had a husky and were looking for a companion for her – they are new to rescue and actually started their search for a new dog by looking at breeders but were stunned to see all the huskys out there needing homes – always wonderful when people decide to adopt and learn about rescue! They love Bentley and said it couldn’t have been a better fit.
Kaylee! Kaylee first came to us as a tiny puppy who was rescued with her sisters from Rosenberg Animal Control…she was adopted by a very nice family but sadly they fell on very times, they lost their home and had to move out of state and were going to be living in a tiny trailer and just couldn’t keep Kaylee any more…thankfully a very kind foster opened her home to Kaylee and as it turned out, Kaylee was such a wonderful fit with her other dog, who really needed a playmate and her cats that she adopted Kaylee! Kaylee could not be happier and loves her new mom and family!
Alley. Alley was found by some other dogs that could sense something hidden way back in a weeded alley way. That's when we began our search to find out what the heck it was and low and behold it was this precious lil girl. No telling how long she was tucked away in the weeds. She appeared to have been living in their alley for sometime and was very scared and unsure of people…thanks to a wonderful foster and lots of patience and love, sweet Alley blossomed and came out of her shell and what a doll she is..didn’t take long for this sweet girl to find her forever home!
Circe! Circe is a sweet beagle girl who was recently surrendered by her owners when they had new twin babies. Of course Circe was their first child, but quickly became a second thought and they dropped her off at the vet to be put to sleep – they could not longer be bothered by her…thankfully the vet called Scout’s Honor and put her n their adoption program. She was adopted at the last adoption event and finally has a forever home!