Mel was found in Melrose Park in Houston, known for being a dumping ground for unwanted dogs and cats. He entered Emmy's Hope Rescue in September 2020.
When Mel first came to the rescue, he was shy and scared, not trusting new people and dogs he met. Slowly, as he gained self-confidence, he successfully transitioned into his new environment. Mel is now lively and energetic, learning to play with his favorite canine friends. He loves to be petted and to cuddle with his favorite humans. He likes to play with toys and chew on bones. However, he is still learning how to respect cats.
Mel would love to find a special family to call his own. He needs a family that has the time and patience to spend helping him develop his social skills.
Estimated birth date: August 2017
Approximate weight: 15 lbs.
If you would like to meet Mel, 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. Live in the Houston area (no more than an hour's drive away).
2. Be 21 years or older.
3. 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.
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