In shelter Dog

Tomball, Texas, 77375
Chihuahua, Terrier, Mixed
White with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
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Luke came to Emmy’s Hope Rescue as an owner surrender in January 2018. The owner reported that he had adopted little Luke from another rescue right before Thanksgiving. Luke and his 4 siblings had been rescued from a dumpster in the Kingwood area. Due to the owner’s long work hours, he did not feel it was good for Luke to be left alone in a kennel all day. Luke is the sweetest boy but perhaps because he didn't have enough positive socialization as a puppy, he is very shy around other dogs, and especially humans. We continue to work on his social skills at the Rescue. He enjoys being with other small dogs but still does not actively engage in play with them. He needs lots of time to trust and warm up to strange humans. Little Luke needs a quiet family that has the patience and love to work with him.  Estimated birth date:  August 2017 Approximate weight:  12 lbs. If you would like to meet Luke, please call or text Stephanie at  281-622-6549. ADOPTION  CRITERIA:  To qualify to adopt from Emmy’s Hope Rescue,  YOU MUST HAVE ALL 4 QUALIFIERS:  1. You must live in the Houston area (no more than an hour away).  2. You must be at least 21 years or older.  3. You must have a fenced yard. Fencing must touch the ground all the way around the yard.    4. We are looking for experienced pet owners. You must  have at least 2-3 years of good vet history, with your current and / or past dogs. Your vet record should show that you take your dog(s) to the vet annually for an exam and to update their Rabies and DHPP (distemper, parvo) vaccinations and heartworm testing, and that you purchase a monthly heartworm preventative.  


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