There are two dogs medium sized dogs. The one looks like she has had a few litters of pups and is covered in ticks and very skinny. The other is black and white and very shy. I couldn't really tell her/his condition as she was laying down and didn't want to come to us. I put food and water out and the brindle one came up to us and we were able to pet her. Is there anyone at all that may be able to take these two dogs into their program or anyone that can maybe foster them? I have someone that will cover all vet bills. They are not in a good place. They are obviously living in the bush there. If you are able to help in any way please send me a message or email me at email@example.com
These 2 dogs have reappeared and they are both friendly. It is a shame that they had to have low life humans that haven't cared for them properly - luck of the draw isn't it?. I can imagine what their old owners are like. In the meantime, these dogs are suffering in the woods now. They are being given food and water, but this is supposed to be civilized Kingwood. They are both female, the brindle one appears to be a beagle mix and has had puppies not so long ago. The other one is a pointer mix and has an injured eye. Vetting cost will be paid for. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you can help them.
Hayho - yes, they could be pretty. Who has a backyard for them?
The storm is not coming here... but yes, the heat is unbearable. The thing about rescue dogs is that they are forever thankful that you saved them, but there is just so many that we can take in ...
I have not looked at these dogs in the eye, but if no one comes forward that is decent, I would opt to take them to the vet and have them euthanized rather than have them suffer out there ultimately... from illness, starvation, bad people that might hurt them, and also I have fear of some "rescue organizations" that are really just "hoarders". I would not want them to go to animal control either --- it is a horror for a dog to enter animal control.
I pray for them and hope someone will take them in.