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Pi (Mickey)   

In shelter Dog

New Braunfels, TX, 78132
Pet name:
Pi (Mickey)
Labrador Retriever
This gorgeous pup is a strong contender for winning the prize for most adorable ears AND longest tail. Seriously, his tail is really long! Mickey had probably been hit by car before he ended up at HSNBA. The vet was worried that Mickeys injured leg would have to be amputated, but Mickeys other super powers include an amazing ability to heal. The vet was able to put his leg in a splint, and Mickey is doing the rest!

If you are a fan of really BIG dogs, then Mickey is the pet for you! He is only about 3-4 months old now, but look at how huge his paws are! This sweet boy thinks he is a lap dog, and he will happily climb up into your lap so he can more easily give you kisses.

He is goofy, outgoing, and playful, and would love another dog to play with (but supervised until his splint is removed in a few weeks). Let us know if you would like to meet him!

I am currently in a foster home and not at HSNBA, if you are interested in meeting me, please contact the nice folks at HSNBA so they can put you in contact with my foster family to set up a meet & greet. E-mail HSNBA at, call us at: (830) 629-5287 or stop by and speak with the folks at HSNBA at 3353 Morningside Dr. to get your information sent over to my foster home. My foster family is the best and can give you more information on me.HSNBA lists all animals online from the moment of intake, and our listings are updated automatically every midnight. Some of these animals may not be available for adoption at this moment, but you can always call the shelter at 830-629-5287 for clarification on the adoption process or the animals current status.


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