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Pet name:
Plott Hound, Mixed
Brindle with White
Coat length:
Momma was found and rescued along with her 8 puppies (underneath a house) and Lucas (who is likely the daddy of the puppies) right before hurricane Harvey hit.  The puppies were about a week old when we finally got them out and Momma seemed very grateful for a safe place and consistent food and water for her and her babies.  She's an EXCELLENT momma!!  Even with limited food for herself, she kept her babies fat and healthy.  She's young, about 2 years old, we think. 
She has come a long way in a short time.  She has come out of her shell and loves greeting people when they come home and is very fond of the children in the house.  She loves to get love and attention.  She's also discovered that she is a big fan of air conditioning :D 
She was very tolerant of other dogs around her babies, though occasionally she would turn into momma bear and run everyone out for some peace and quiet.  Most of her babies have found their forever homes and now she's looking for hers.  She's got quite the personality and can certainly light up your day. 
She is spayed. microchipped, and all current vaccines.
Ask about this brave and sweet girl today and how to meet her and make her part of your forever family. 


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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