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If you need to surrender your pet, please use this form

If you have FOUND a pet, and need our help, please use This form.

Welcome to YRH.  We're glad you're here.

All of our dogs are available for adoption, foster-to-adopt, or sponsorship.

Please review our  ADOPTION CONTRACT  

These are the 'Terms and Conditions' you will need to agree to in order to adopt from us

Fully vetted dogs, (including spay/neuter, rabies, DAPP, microchip) are available to adopt

Any animal who has not been fully vetted due to age or health related reason is available 'foster-to-adopt' only.

Please review our policy on adopting to applicants

aged 68+ by clicking here

If you want to FOSTER ONLY please review our FOSTER CONTRACT BEFORE submitting your foster application.  

Please be considerate of our volunteers' time.  Do not schedule a meet/greet unless your intention is to adopt.  If you just want to see our dogs, we are at the PetSmart in Spring the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month* +

Before you bring a new dog into your home, please do some research on successful introduction methods.

Here's an example of one

 

Yorkie Rescue Houston on Facebook

*excluding holiday weekends

+ All PetSmart Adoption Events are Cancelled until further notice.  This is by PetSmart Charities mandate.



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Django was surrendered by his owner after he presented with poisoning symptoms.  He is suspected to have ingested Sago Palm. Upon further review, it was more likely an ADVIL or other household poison.  Sago Palm dogs rarely survive and certainly not if the owner waits a week to seek treatment.   Django is VERY food motivated and came into rescue obese.  We have put him on a low fat diet and his adopter needs to understand he will need low fat food for life. Also, adopter must NEVER attempt to take medications in Django's presence.  One small mishap and he will scarf it up and it may kill him.  Django must be confined to a secure area anytime medication is being taken or given. ********************************************************** He was treated at our primary veterinarian upon intake and transferred to Blue Pearl emergency hospital for overnight care.  Django was brought back to Primary vet and released the next day. He...read more about Django
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6046 FM 2920 # 628 •  Spring, TX 77379  •  info [ at ] yorkierescuehouston.org