Happy is a sweet Labrador mix boy that is about 1 and a half years old. He is such a people lover and really just wants to be with a family he can call his own. Happy was named because of the big giant grin that always seems to be on his face. He is a very smart boy and is a graduate of the Canine Prison Program Paws of Hope. Happy finds himself without a family because when he was a puppy some one threw him and his brother Shack out on the streets to fend for themselves. He was taken in by Hope for Paws and has joined the rest of the dogs for adoption here. This boy would do well in a home that likes moderately active dogs. He is a people dog so would do best living in a home with his family and not outside. He is good with other dogs and would do best in a home without toddlers since he can be exuberant and could knock them down. Happy is neutered and up to date on his vaccinations. He is housebroken but will need a refresher as he has been living in a kennel situation for awhile now. This handsome boy will be a loyal companion and so deserves to find that family that can give him the love he has been looking for..Happy is available for adoption through the collaboration of Hope for Paws and Camp Diggy Bones. If you are interested in meeting him please contact Hope for Paws at email@example.com. His adoption fee is $100.
You can also download an application from our site by clicking on the link.
Shack is a sweet Labrador mix boy that is about 1 and a half years old. He and his brother Happy have been looking for their forever home since they were just pups of about 7 months old. Both these adorable kids are so deserving of a family of their own and are ready to give you all the love they have been storing up for their forever family. Shack, like Happy is a people lover and really just wants to be with a family he can call his own. If you are looking for a great family dog that is smart and willing this boy is for you. He is a graduate of the Canine Prison Program Paws of Hope and therefore knows his basic commands. Won't you consider giving him the home that he has been waiting for? Rescuing a dog is a true act of heroism and the dogs that find their forever homes somehow know how lucky they are and always seem to find a way to let you know that they appreciate what you have done for them. Shack is up to date on his vaccinations and is neutered.Shack is available for adoption through the collaboration of Hope for Paws and Camp Diggy Bones. If you are interested in meeting him please contact Hope for Paws at firstname.lastname@example.org. His adoption fee is $100.
Hope for Paws was founded on the belief that there are no bad dog breeds only
people that exploit the
natural characteristics of a breed for selfish and often cruel purposes. We are dedicated to rescuing dogs
from harmful and neglectful situations regardless of breed and to educate the community regarding
specific breeds. We hope to decrease the number of homeless dogs in our community through education
about the benefits of spaying and neutering pets. Visit our website at hopeforpaws.net
One of the things you will find when you choose to adopt is that it makes you
feel like you have saved a
life. In actuality you have! When you adopt you have now not only saved the life of your new pet but you
have made room for a rescue group to save another shelter dog from being euthanized. You will also fiind
that somehow adopted dogs know how lucky they are and usually shows their gratitude to you for the rest of
At Hope for Paws all our dogs and puppies are up to date on their
vaccinations, micro-chipped and neutered or
spay. Our adoption process includes submission of our application, Which you can downlaod from our site by
Once we receive your application for adoption we will review it within 3
days. At that point we will call you to
inform you of the status of the application and to schedule a home visit if your application has been approved.
Your dog will be delivered to you during the home visit. We are looking forward to helping you find the perfect
dog for your family and a perfect family for our dogs.
From Dallas take I-30 East to exit 68 for Route 205. Travel approximately 8
miles through the town of Rockwall.
Camp Diggy Bones is on the right hand side right past the Stone distributor.
From DFW airport take exit airport north to 121 North. Take 635 east to
George Bush Tollway North. Stay on
PGBT until the exit for Wylie Rt. 78 North. Travel approximately 15 miles to Route 205. Make a right onto 205.
Camp Diggy Bones is approximately 1 mile on the left hand side.