Duck Team 6 shared Hollywood Feed (3750 Long Prairie Rd, Suite 150, Flower Mound, TX)'s post.
1 day ago
This beautiful kitty is looking for a new home though our friends at Flower Mound Hollywood Feed! Please share and let’s find her a wonderful home!This sweet kitty needs a home!! Let’s rally people! Cloudy is an 8 month old love bug. PLEASE animal lovers out there share share share!! Find this baby a home! She cannot go to the shelter not on my watch!! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
We received a capture request on a sweet little girl that was loose on the streets in Garland, Texas. She had been alone and on the streets for a couple of years so we knew that she would not be easy to catch. Because she only weighs around 7 pounds, our capture team volunteer tried the crate first but she would not go all the way in. We went back and set the trap but she would not get inside. We put up a puppy pen and tried to get her in that but she was too smart for us! We went back to the trap and put her blanket inside and she got right in!
Her name is Lily and she is in a foster home with Northstar Pet Rescue. She will see the vet tomorrow for her cherry eyes.
If you would like to donate towards her care, you can PayPal your donation to Donations@northstarpets.com.
Another great outcome! Terrible humans to go off and leave their dog!!! Thank you for all you do!!
Awww, sweet Lily!!! She was abandoned by her family over 2 yrs ago when they moved out of that house that you see in the background, according to the current residents. They fed her on occasion. Hilda Kilpatrick
I can't believe she managed to stay alive on the streets for a couple of years, all on her own. She obviously needs some vet care and now she'll get it. How much u wanna bet her previous owners went out and got a new dog once they were settled into their new home. They will have to face a reckoning some day for doing that to a sweet and innocent family member.
So happy for her!!!! Thanks for continuing your great rescue work!!!
As always, you guys are AMAZING!! Thank you💙
We received a capture request for a gentle dog that was on the streets in Dallas. This sweet boy was hanging around a residential area and the neighbors reached out to us for help. One of our capture team volunteers went out and set up a trap and game camera but the dog wanted nothing to do with it. He moved to another area within the neighborhood so we moved the trap to that location and tried again. The Good Samaritan and his family worked diligently to condition Sly (name they gave him) to the trap by feeding him and slowly moving the food further back inside the trap. We monitored the camera daily and we knew that he was ready to be captured so we posted for a rescue group and Paws of Love Animal Rescue stepped up for him. Our capture team volunteer got up super early Sunday morning and within 20 minutes of setting the trap, Sly was caught!
Sly does not have a microchip so we reported him as found and he’s resting comfortably in his foster home while we search to see if an owner is missing him.
Another successful capture due to a group of neighbors who got together to help a street dog that deserves a second chance!
I have adopted Sly from Paws of Love Animal Rescue. Yesterday he spent the afternoon sleeping on my sofa and then slept 10 hours in bed with me. He is sweet as can be. Tomorrow I will take him to his new home in Illinois.
This is a great story with a happy ending Sara Rhodes will give him a wonderful FURever loving home
He just wanted to sleep on the sofa or bed. He walks great on a leash.
Yay! It takes a village..........
Can’t wait to meet him
Congratulations!!!! Great Work as Always!!
You all do such wonderful work. Keep it up!!!!
So happy to see he got saved and has a foster!!!
We received a capture request on a pup that got away from his family in Frisco. He traveled about 6 miles when he finally decided to stop running and park in some bushes outside a home. The owner did everything right by posting him on all the lost sites and putting up posters. They received a call that he was in some bushes so they rushed there to see if they could catch him. During his travels he hurt his leg so he was feeling vulnerable and elusive. They contacted Duck Team 6 and one of our capture team volunteers went out to put a capture plan into place. When we arrived at the home where he had been hanging out, we walked up to the bushes and he popped out. We immediately set the trap and put up a camera but he wanted very little to do with the trap and he retreated back into the bushes where he felt secure. The owner was close by so our capture team volunteer asked the owner to go to the bushes and start talking to her dog. The owner started about 20 feet away with the capture team volunteer quietly coaching her from the street. The owner got on her stomach and slowly moved into the bushes head first. She was able to grab the dogs collar but the collar broke away. The capture team volunteer slowly moved towards the owner, holding a slip lead, and the owner still on her stomach with her head in the bushes reached back and grabbed it. She was able to get it around her dogs neck and together, they pulled him out!
The dogs name is Nelson (Nelly) and he is so happy to be home! His leg is getting better and he’s in good shape despite his 19 days on the run.
This capture was intense but the owner followed every instruction given to her and she successfully captured her own dog!
For those of you that followed our emergency capture of Owen a month ago, we wanted to let you know of the latest developments. He left the vet on Saturday, Feb 9th. He has been settling into his foster home for the past week. He has come a long way in a short time but he still has a way to go medically.
When he left the vet clinic, he had gained 13 pounds and he had gained so much strength. He is learning the joys of being in a home with endless ear scratches and will even back up to have his back scratched. Once he has gained more weight, we will get him neutered and then start his heartworm treatment. Stay tuned for more updates! ... See MoreSee Less
OUR Duck Team 6 South Dallas Outreach TOTALS ARE IN! 🥁 🥁🥁
🐾 87 bags of food distributed! 🐾 Food/Flea/Tick Prevention provided for 87 dogs! 🐾 Many bags of straw distributed along with one doghouse. 🐾 Socialized one dog and cleaned one yard. 🐾 Welfare checks on 11 dogs. ✂️ Two spay/neuter sign ups thanks to SPCA of Texas!!!!! 🏆 15 incredible volunteers!!!
Thank you again for all the shares and support our street team receives. Without you, this wouldn't be possible!!! #DT6SouthDallasOutreach #ThisIsWhatWeDo #Community #SPCAofTexas ... See MoreSee Less
*** Looking for a rescue group *** Cute overload! A Good Samaritan found this little skinny pup hanging around his home near Seagoville recently. He thought he might be lost so he took the pup to be scanned for a microchip. Unfortunately, there was no chip or ID tags. Other than being underweight, he seems to be in good health. The Good Samaritan isn't in a position to keep this pupper long-term, so we are looking for a rescue partner to help us save him. He looks to be a Beagle and the Good Samaritan says he's as sweet as they come! If your rescue group has room for this cutie pie, please email email@example.com. ... See MoreSee Less
Yay!! ❤️🐾 T.c. Gilmore Kimberley Kay Jordan
Oh thank goodness ... I was starting to cave
Jamey Robles looks like your baby you just lost😔
Haha. He sure is being spoiled right now. He is loving it!
T.c. Gilmore. I swear I’ve seen a post for a list beagle Do you recall?
What a sweetheart. Can you please let us know what happens with him? I hope you find a foster soon!
He is adorable and I would take him in a heartbeat if your brother would let me. Although with boys at college and our travel plans probably not the right time. I will have another rescue beagle in my future! They are the sweetest dogs!!!
Where was the dog found?
Prayers for a happy home for this sweet pup.
RESCUE GROUP FOUND!! Thank you, Paws of Love Rescue!!! 🎉🎉🎉
**PLEASE HELP SLY!!**
A couple of days ago, we posted that this gentle boy in Dallas needed a foster/rescue group so that we can capture him and get him off the streets. No one has stepped up for him. He is ready to be captured but we need a place for him to go.
Duck Team 6 raised the donation to $500 and it’s being matched by the Good Samaritan that’s feeding him! The total donation amount is $1,000 to a 501c3 rescue that takes Sly into their program. If you have an opening for Sly, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sly is a gentle soul with a very calm demeanor. The neighbors think that someone left him on the streets and moved away. He deserves to be in a loving home. Please help us! Please help Sly! ... See MoreSee Less
Sly has been captured! Thank you to everyone who shared his post! He will be going to Paws of Love Animal Rescue tomorrow morning!
Please let us know when he is safe!! It’s really cold outside!
I see the post was updated with a rescue group! Does this means he has a foster and can be captured? I am so hopeful!!!!!
How can I keep track of this pup? We might like to meet/adopt.
I just recently adopted my girl from the street dog project. She has moved beyond the crate stage and I would love to help with this boy. However you must know that I work long hours at my job. When I am home it is pups all the time. Long walks every day.
Who is contact for the dog
Is there any way to dog test /temperament test? I have senior dog and little people ....
What is involved in fostering? Can he be with my dog?
This pup is now safe. Thanks everyone!
Please help him!! He lives in our neighborhood and is so sweet and shy! I cannot foster him but have been praying every night that we can get him to safety. He deserves to be off the streets!
This sad boy really wants to a loving home and family.. ...
DFW Rescue Me??? maybe they have a foster or could help. I got my girl from there. Just spit-ballin' ideas. Praying he gets a foster soon. God Bless.
Forgotten Friends Mixed Breed Rescue. I’m sure they would help!
An update on Sly (now Royse). I adopted him and he is laying on my lap in the recliner. He walks great on a leash, takes treats gently, friendly to cats and likes other dogs. He is tired from making the almost 900 mile trip. Thank you to everyone who has feed him, given protection and washed over him... He is the best boy
Heart of Texas Lab Rescue is another to try.
Krista Toliver do you know anyone in your network that would be interested in fostering?
Lab Rescue. Lucky Labs. Austin Lost and Found Pets. ALFP. Ellen Marcus. ?
This gentle soul has been on the streets in Dallas for a long time. He appears to be in good shape and he has a gentle personality, just shy. Dallas Pets Alive has agreed to take him into their rescue with a long-term, committed foster. We have been working with him, conditioning him to the trap, and he’s ready to be captured but we need a place for him to go.
If you’re interested in fostering him for Dallas Pets Alive, please send an email to email@example.com.
Please help this sweet boy. He deserves to be off the streets and in a loving foster home. ♥️♥️♥️🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
He is shy but very sweet and non aggressive. He’s been moving around our neighborhood for a few weeks now and even made it through the really cold nights last week thanks to caring neighbors. We think his former family may have moved and left him. He seems like he’d be a really good pup and needs a cozy warm home! Definitely an older guy ❤️
Prayers that this wonderful dog finds a loving and secure home soon.
He wants a loving home and a loving family... please. 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕
My manager saw him yesterday while walking dogs- hope he finds a foster 🙏
He is so gentle! Please foster if you can!
We received a capture request this weekend for a sweet dog that was running up and down a very busy street in Arlington near the UTA campus. Arlington is technically out of our service area but we could hear the desperation in the Good Samaritans voice so we knew that she needed our help. One of our capture team volunteers went out Sunday afternoon and set the trap but this smart girl wanted nothing to do with us. We left the trap locked open overnight and around 10:54pm, she went in! We went back the next day and she was waiting for us so we loaded up the trap with yummy food and within 2 minutes, she was captured!!!
The Good Samaritan named her Sammie Jo and took her home while we continue to look for an owner.
We’re thrilled that we could assist with this capture and get Sammie Jo off the streets and into a loving foster home!
My baby girl, Samme Jo had been on the streets for almost a year, living in whatever she could find. I am so God grateful for your help in rescuing her. It will be a long road to rehab her emotionally, but we are patient. My heart is full ! Thank you so very much for what you do....!!!!!
I love you all so much for all you do! Amazing group of wonderful angels!
Thank you for rescuing. Poor thing, I wonder if someone dumped her on that street and she was looking for them. Love sweet people that care for our fur-legged buddies.
Congratulations on a great rescue!!!
Jana.....heart of gold....
2/13 UPDATE Rescue group and foster have been secured. Will start capture process today!!! 🎉🎉🎉🎉♥️🐾
**RESCUE GROUP/FOSTER NEEDED!!**
This little girl was left behind when her family moved away. She has been living on her own for a long time with those awful cherry eyes. Cherry eye is a disorder of the third eyelid which can cause irritation and sometimes damage to the eye. It is a treatable condition.
We want to put a capture plan into place as soon as possible, but we need a place for her to go once captured.
Duck Team 6 will donate $250 to a 501c3 rescue group that takes her into their program. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Hello! Thank you to everyone that has jumped in to help! She has been captured and will be headed to the vet tomorrow. We can certainly use some help to cover her care. Thanks again xo! https://www.northstarpets.org/donate/
Her former owner moved leaving her behind 2 yrs ago.
She has been captured and has a vet appointment tomorrow, Friday, Feb 22 at 2:30 pm.
Please donate to her recovery at PayPal:
Any updates on this sweetheart?
I have a trap DT6 can use. It’s worked for me in the past.
NorthStar Pet Rescue will take her. I will foster.
Please donate to her vetting here:
She was abandoned approx. 2 yrs ago and she still stays close to the house of her former owners. Those feeding her just found out about her a few weeks ago. We are calling her Lilly.
Her eyes look worse today. They are getting black gunk on them.
She won't let anyone get close, but she's started wagging her tail at those feeding her.
DT6 let us know if there is a fund for the medical care after she is caught. Happy to help.
She looks just like my dog with the cherry eyes ! They could be sisters. Please contact me
Hoping you rescue her quickly!!! Best of Luck!!
Is she a chihuahua?
Please let us know what happens to this sweetheart!
Duck Team 6 is pleased to announce that it will be partnering again with the SPCA of Texas to participate in the Stand Up For Pits (SUFP) Spay & Neuter Angel Day 2019! On April 2nd, SUFP will cover the cost to spay & neuter 100 Pit Bull type dogs in the Dallas area. If you have a pit bull type dog and you need to have it spayed or neutered, then this is your chance to have it done for FREE! All dogs will be given pain meds and an e-collar before going home from surgery and if your dog does not have a microchip or if your dog is not current on rabies or DHPP then he or she will be chipped and receive those vaccinations for free, too! To participate, all you have to do is call the SPCA @ 214-742-7722 to reserve your spot. Tell them you would like to register for the Stand Up For Pits Spay & Neuter Angel Day on April 2nd or you can email email@example.com for more information. There will be 22 clinics held across the US to honor Angel, a very special pit bull. If you would like to help support these clinics, please donate to STANDUPFORPITS.US ... See MoreSee Less
We received a capture request for a sweet girl that was running loose in McKinney, Texas. One of our capture team volunteers went out to do an assessment and she was there! The Good Samaritan had her on a very tight feeding schedule, feeding her at the same time every day, so it did not take long to trap her. The capture team volunteer set the trap and she was in it 20 minutes later! #SUCCESS
This adorable pup was wearing a pink collar but she does not appear to have a microchip. She is resting comfortably in her foster home with Trinity Gap Rescue while we continue to search for an owner.
Gorgeous, happy, sweet and AVAILABLE for adoption! Meet Gemma, she's one of the pups in our Guest Dog Program. She's an amazing girl that currently lives in a foster home with 2 other dogs and 2 small children. Her best friend is a 10 pound poodle, so it's obvious she truly does love everyone. She's playful, fun and exceptionally entertaining. She's looking for a family that likes to stay active and take their dog along. She's a fantastic companion and will be by your side through it all.
Gemma is a Lab mix, about 2-3 years old and 60 pounds. She's spayed, fully vaccinated, heartworm negative and current on preventatives. Her personality is a true WIN! You have to meet this girl, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are looking for a friend for life. ... See MoreSee Less
*** Seeking a foster home for Tali (formerly known as Crowley) *** Duck Family, we need your help. Tali was captured at Crowley Park in Richardson on New Year's Eve 2017. She was at the Richardson Animal Shelter for 4 months until our friends at Coppell Humane Society came to her rescue and set up her in an amazing foster home. Unfortunately, the fosters were unable to continue keeping her and Tali is now searching once again for her guardian angels.
About Tali: She is one awesome dog. When she was in the shelter, it only took a week or so of regular visits to get her to come out of her shell and learn to trust people. She can be a little leery of new folks at first but once she warms up, she's your lifelong pal! She loves to go for walks and really likes the water. She is EXTREMELY treat-motivated and easy to train. Tali has the most beautiful coloring in her coat too! She's just awesome.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting Tali, or just want to ask more questions about Tali and what she's like, please reach out to Coppell Humane Society at email@example.com or DT6 at firstname.lastname@example.org. And please share Tali's photo - we know her perfect family is out there somewhere!
We’ve been asked to help network Girl. She deserves to live the rest of her life in a loving home. If you are interested in giving Girl a chance in your home or with your rescue group, please email us at email@example.com and we will connect you to her people. Below is her touching story, please share...
This sweet Rottie mix is looking for her forever home. Her journey began about seven years ago when she was born in a scrap yard in South Dallas. Her mom wandered off leaving her behind and her siblings were caught and adopted. Girl (as she is called in the yard) was very fearful of people and would not allow anyone near her. She has been fed and sheltered at the scrap yard her entire life, never touched by a human hand until a few weeks ago – never leaving the yard or wandering the streets of South Dallas. And as amazing as it is, she has never had puppies. Dallas Animal Services came onto the property two weeks ago and impounded her as a stray even as they were told she was not a stray – she was a yard dog. This was very traumatic for her. A few good things did happen though – she is now spayed, has her shots, and is microchipped. She tested low positive for heartworms and is now on Heartgard. She is back at the scrap yard hanging out in the office while her advocates are trying to find her a forever home outside of the scrap yard. Her days of free roaming the scrap yard are over for fear she will be picked up again by DAS. She surprises us every day with her progress. She is not a feral dog, she is a sweet girl that is learning that humans are ok. Since being in the office she lets everyone pet her, shows no aggression, loves her crate, eats out of your hand, gives finger kisses, and chills very well. She met a dog earlier in the week nose to nose and did fine. We are looking for someone that wants to take this sweet girl and give her a chance at a normal life outside of the scrap yard. She will need lots of love and patience and a fenced area while she learns to settle into her new surroundings. Could that be you? ... See MoreSee Less
We received a capture request for a dog that got away from his family in Sachse, Texas. This big boy was recently adopted from a local shelter and when his family opened their front door, he bolted. His name is Zeus and he had been spotted in an industrial area so one of our capture team volunteers went out and set up a trap (locked open) and a game camera. When we watched him on the camera, we saw how big he is and we weren’t sure if he would even fit in the trap but come to find out, the trap wasn’t needed! 😳
We went out tonight to set the trap and see if we could catch him and well... You’ll have to watch the video below to see how it all played out!
Thank you for helping my daughter-in-law find him! This truly is a happy day!
Awesome!!! What a great turn of events!!!! Ya’ll are AWESOME!!! ❤️😊
Well, how awesome is that?! <3
Oh My goodness!!! It’s Zeus! This makes me cry with Joy!! I have prayed so many times and searched for him every time I leave my house. This is Fantastic News....Thank you all!!!❤️❤️❤️
You guys are AWESOME! Thank you for helping this baby get home.
Thank you for helping Zeus!
You guys are seriously the best 💜💜💜💜
Duck Team 6 / Awesome 💕
Beautiful dog, keep him safe and enjoy him!
We received a capture request for a dog that was loose in Carrollton, right off the George Bush Turnpike. The family that reached out to us had been feeding her for several days and they were greatly concerned for her safety. Two of our capture team volunteers went to do an assessment and were shocked at how close to the tollway she was so our capture team quickly put a plan into place. We set the trap and within 3 hours of setting it, we got her!
We took her to a temporary foster home and realized that she had to be owned by someone. She was beautifully cared for, she was wearing an expensive collar and she was spayed. We scanned her for a microchip and to our surprise, there was no chip so how would we find her owner? We started to look through all of the lost posts in Carrollton and the surrounding areas but nothing popped up until the next day! We posted this sweet dogs picture on our Facebook page and one of our supporters found a lost post that looked just like her. We called the number on the lost post and BINGO!!! We found the owner!!!!!
The owner adopted this beauty from a shelter in Tennessee one year ago. She recently moved to Texas and on January 16th, Chencha got spooked on a walk and bolted, dragging her leash behind her. The owner looked everywhere for her and she feared that she was gone forever. When she got our call, she was overcome with emotion and grateful that her baby had been found. She came to the foster home and when Chencha saw her mom, it was an amazing reunion.
Often times we are praised when we do a rescue like this but the people that should be praised are the Good Samaritans. June Manior and her lovely family took care of Chencha by feeding her and monitoring her situation until we could capture her. Had it not been for their love and dedication to a dog they never met, Chencha could have had a totally different outcome.
Chencha is getting a checkup at the vet today AND a microchip. She is in amazing condition considering she was away from home for 17 days.
We want to send out a heartfelt “Thank You!” to the Manior family and to our amazing supporters who networked and helped us reunite Chencha with her owner!
This sweet girl (named Chencha), that we captured yesterday, has been reunited with her mama! They were so happy to see each other! We love happy endings like this. TEARS. OF. JOY.
It takes a village to bring a dog off the streets and find their family!
1. First, June, our Good Samaritan and her family noticed Chencha living close to the George Bush Tollway. They found where she hangs out, fed her, gained some trust and reached out to us. 2. Our capture team went out to where she had been spotted, saw her and how dangerous her location was (right next to the tollway) and immediately set a trap and had her captured in a couple of hours. 3. A volunteer then took Chencha in temporarily while we posted a plea to our Facebook supporters hoping to reunite her with her family or placing her with a partner rescue. 4. Then, in less than 24 hours, Sandy, an awesome supporter found Chencha’s lost dog listing on Paw Boost and notified us!
Every piece of the puzzle is critical. We are so thankful for dedicated Good Samaritans, our skilled and compassionate capture team, temp fosters and our amazing Facebook supporters who help us network these dogs in hopes of finding their families or giving them a new loving home!
Our capture team got this poor girl off the streets today after it was reported she was hanging out dangerously close to President George Bush Toll Road in Carrollton, TX. Fortunately, this girl was ready to get off the streets and was captured within hours!
She has a swollen foot (possibly infected) and some scrapes but is otherwise in decent visible condition. She was wearing a new collar and has been spayed. We feel like she may be someone's missing pet, but unfortunately, she is not microchipped. Please help us network this girl to find her family or a rescue group who can take her into their program.
She is as sweet as she is adorable! If you have any information about possible owners or your rescue group can take her into your program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
Doberman Rescue of North Texas pulled this sweet girl from a local animal shelter covered in mange. They had no idea that she was a master escape artist until she got away from them, scaling a 6 foot fence. Fortunately, she stayed close by so the rescue contacted us for capture assistance. One of our volunteers went out and set up a feeding station and she was there! The next night, we went out and set the trap but she was a no show until 4am! The next day we trained one of the rescue volunteers on how to set the trap, with our game camera monitoring the situation, and they caught her later that evening! #SUCCESS
We’re so happy that she is back with her foster family where she will undergo treatment for her medical condition.
This handsome puppy, Sully, has already grown up so much since the day of his rescue. He's a sweet, playful and lucky pup! He was abandoned at a local pet store and recently adopted by one of our amazing volunteers. We are so thrilled that he will be loved and spoiled for the rest of his life. Thank you Lori for making Sully your baby! ... See MoreSee Less
Oh my!!Thank you so much Liz Melby for coming to pick this baby up when I found him behind our store!I'm so happy he's in his forever hone!He's looking so handsome!
How did I miss this?? Hi Sully! You are a handsome and very lucky dude!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Lucky both of you 👏
Lori, I am thrilled he found a great furever home. Sully is very sweet & gentle. At first he was frighten & confused. He looks confident and happy. And Sully certainly has grown.
Love my Sully! Thanks Liz Melby for choosing such a good name!
Bless you Lori..
He lucked out!!
Just look at that wonderful face! He is a super smart boy!🥰 I see it in his awesome eyes. Congratulations Liz.
Today was a good day for Ohio and Alaska! These two dogs got off their chains and into spacious runs! Thank you SPCA of Texas for providing these amazing runs and Geomet Recycling for transporting the materials with their truck! Our volunteers got busy assembling and giving Ohio and Alaska freedom from chains!
We received a capture request from a Good Samaritan needing capture assistance for an emaciated dog at Trinity River Audubon Center in SE Dallas. We could tell by looking at the pictures that this dog needed our help and quickly because the cold temps were on their way! One of our capture team members went out and set up a trap (locked open) and a camera to monitor him overnight but he never showed up. We trained his Good Samaritan Melissa on how to set the trap and because she worked there, she could monitor the trap throughout the day along with us monitoring on the Stealth camera feedback. That afternoon, he finally decided to approach the trap but he was leery of going inside and he disappeared. Later that evening, he came back and after a couple of circles around the trap, he decided that it was time to go in! We were thrilled that we captured him because that night, it got down into the 20s and this sweet boy would have never survived.
Melissa named him Owen and only after he was captured did we learn his true condition. Owen was very thin and he had somehow managed to step through his collar and it was rubbing a sore under his leg that became horribly infected. The smell was so bad that our capture team volunteers had to ride with their car windows down. We got Owen to the vet the next morning and learned that he is 25-30 pounds underweight, he has a badly infected wound, he is high heartworm positive, he has Giardia, intestinal worms and a bad cough. He is very sweet with a gentle disposition and he seems grateful to have been rescued.
He is currently at our vet in isolation and we’re expecting him to make a full recovery. He does not have a microchip but we have reported him as “Found” to Dallas Animal Services so hopefully he has an owner that’s looking for him.
If you would like to donate towards Owens ongoing medical care, there is a donation link below this post.
~ Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them and filling an emptiness we didn’t ever know we had. ~ Thom Jones ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you everyone for your generous donations for Owen! He’s going to be at the vet for a while and what a relief for us to not have to worry about his bill!
Does Owen have an owner? He must if he has a collar!
Donated in memory of my Owen ❤️
Thank you! I donated in memory of McTavish
Donated, sweet Owen reminds me so much of our Tucker we saved.
Little did he know, he wasn’t trapped, he just stepped into the freedom cage!
Thank you thank you for helping this baby!
If you have not read about this amazing group, please take a minute or two and check out the work being done for so many lost and discarded pets.
If anyone receiving this would mind forwarding, it would be appreciated more than you could ever know.
I donated to this sweetheart boy. Hope to send a little more as I can.
Get healthy sweet Owen.🐾🥰🐾
Hello. Is there an update on precious Owen?
I can’t get him out of my mind.
God bless you all for helping him find his way to a better life 🙏🙏🙏
Thank you for all you do!! Ya’ll are awesome!!!
Good evening , I work on Parker county and I been trying to caught a small/medium dog that someone dump in the country. I do not have a trap , how or where I could ask for a trap to rent or borrow??
Great job and thank you for all that you do for those poor pups ! Donation made towards his speedy recovery!
Hope we gets a good home and lots of love.
Poor Baby! Bless all of you and Melissa! Owen, you are a beautiful boy!
Bless you all for rescuing this dog!
I love him and I'm SO happy I was able to help him ❤
Bless you all!
Is there any update on Owen?
Donated, in memory of my Teddy, who also found emaciated, but then lived the rest of his life a little on the chubby side. Good luck to Owen!
This sweet little rat terrier, Jett, was part of our Guest Dog Program and recently found his forever family. Jett got a new name, he's now called Sam and he also got two adorable siblings that look quite similar to him. Here's a sweet photo of the three pups just napping together. Thank you to Laura and Matt for giving Sam a wonderful, happy, new life. We wish you all the best with your new furry kiddo! ... See MoreSee Less
What an adorable pup! I have a rescue Rat terrier as well. If I had thought of the name “JET”, it would have been PERFECT for her.
She is a runner. We must watch her like a hawk on the hunt. Otherwise, she’s like a JET taking off from a ships runway...
What a total cutie pie! So happy he found his furever home!
Gotta love a terrier :)
Beautiful dogs in the beautiful story. Thanks for sharing!
This little Dorkie (yep, Dachshund/Yorkie mix) never even made it on our PetFinder page as a Guest Dog before he got adopted. This is Oscar and he is now officially part of a family. He is living the good life with his new Mom and had a visit to the salon earlier this week. Check out his little winter coat! Thank you to Christina for rescuing this adorable little nugget and Aimee for adopting him. He's a lucky boy to have caught your attention and your heart. ... See MoreSee Less
Update 2/2/2019 Silvy was found by Kellye Sullivan with Paws of Love rescue. Kellye noticed that Silvy was limping so she took her to the vet where she later passed away from bloat. Please keep this rescue in your thoughts and prayers. ♥️♥️
**MISSING IN PLANO, TEXAS!**
Silvy is a female lab mix that went missing this morning in Plano. Last seen on Greenfield Drive near Legacy and Red River. She is a foster with Paws of Love Rescue and they are desperate to find her.
If you see her, please do not chase. You can reach Kellye at 972-998-6116.
Duck Team 6 shared Rescue Teacher Photography by Christie's post.
1 month ago
Update on Hawkeye, captured a few weeks ago! He’s available for adoption and absolutely perfect! Please visit Paws of Love Animal Rescue for more information on making him your new family member!
His capture story is here: www.facebook.com/292045007531574/posts/2071247636277960/Hawkeye is approx. 3 years old, 87 lbs, vetted, neutered and ready to go! He has excellent leash manners, is crate trained, rarely barks, likes going outside, is very gentle and incredibly intelligent. He loves other dogs and kids and isn't at all dominant. All this big guy wants is someone to cuddle up next to and a big yard to run in.
Application available at https://www.pawsofloverescue.com/adoption-application. Adoption fee of $275 includes neuter/spay, microchip, heartworm testing, deworming, vaccinations, and other necessary procedures. Applications without a phone number will not be processed.Applications can be found online at www.pawsofloverescue.com, under the adopt tab. We require an approved application before a meet and greet is set up. ... See MoreSee Less
We need everyone's attention because we have ADOPTION NEWS!
Stevie has found her forever mama and they are the perfect pair. This lucky girl gets to explore the city with her mom who is a recent transplant here. Stevie is loving life now and her mom is enjoying having such a loving companion. We are incredibly thankful to everyone that helped get Stevie into her new life...there were several and it worked out so beautifully. Thank you, Sara, for making our girl part of your family. ... See MoreSee Less
This weekend, Owen rested comfortably at our vet's. He is really weak but has a great appetite. The wound under his arm from the collar is not as severe as it first looked and should heal nicely. He does have giardia but that too will clear up soon. Owen is heartworm positive and once strong enough, he will go through treatment.
He is described as a quiet, sweet and gentle soul. He does not have a microchip, but we will report him to DAS as a found dog. Owen will take a while to gain the weight he needs to but with time he should make a full recovery!
Duck Team 6 ** UPDATE**
He is at our vet and his collar is off! Thank you to CityVet - White Rock for making him comfortable. He is safe and warm this weekend. Updated pictures in the comments. Once we know the full extent of his needs we will update again.
Our trinity boy is safe at an overnight foster until we can get to our vet in the morning. Thank you everyone for traveling through the wetlands with us earlier! ... See MoreSee Less
Bless his little Heart. Thank you for giving him a better life.
This laid-back sweetheart just needs a little time and expert care for him to become the proud dog he was meant to be. And living the rest of his live with a loving family/person will insure he has a wonderful life. Thank you for saving this precious boy!
Sweet angel; thank you for always braving the elements and doing whatever it takes to rescue the helpless babies.
Duck Team 6 South Dallas Outreach totals are in!!!! Although it was an extremely cold and windy day, we got it done! The weather prevented some owners from making it out to see us but here’s how our day went...
🐾 55 bags of dog food distributed 🐾 Several bags of cat food distributed 🐾 50 flea/tick prevention 🐾 24 bags of straw 🐾 Welfare checks on 18 dogs 🐾 Walked 2 dogs and had an amazing group of 19 volunteers! 🐾 Thank you to SPCA of Texas for being there too and signing up 2 SPAYS/NEUTERS!!!
Once again, we thank the many volunteers that braved this day out in the elements! Without you...we couldn't do what we do!!
We’re desperate to find a rescue group that can take Bernie into their program. We had a foster lined up but it fell through. We’re feeding him often and we have straw down for him, trying to keep him warm. He has a smooth coat so he has little insulation to keep himself warm. Look at the Stealth camera video. It was 41 degrees!
Duck Team 6 will donate $250 to a 501c3 rescue group that will take him into their program.
Please help Bernie! He deserves to be in a loving home. ♥️♥️♥️ ... See MoreSee Less
He is at our vet and his collar is off! Thank you to CityVet - White Rock for making him comfortable. He is safe and warm this weekend. Updated pictures in the comments. Once we know the full extent of his needs we will update again. ———————— Our trinity boy is safe at an overnight foster until we can get to our vet in the morning. Thank you everyone for traveling through the wetlands with us earlier! ... See MoreSee Less
This weekend, Owen rested comfortably at our vet's. He is really weak but has a great appetite. The wound under his arm from the collar is not as severe as it first looked and should heal nicely. He does have giardia but that too will clear up soon. Owen is heartworm positive and once strong enough, he will go through treatment.
He is described as a quiet, sweet and gentle soul. He does not have a microchip, but we will report him to DAS as a found dog. Owen will take a while to gain the weight he needs to but with time he should make a full recovery!
This is why we knew we had to act quickly.
His collar has been removed. Fortunately, it wasn’t embedded but it has caused a large wound
Were you able to get that collar from around his leg?
What a beautiful, sweet and newly lucky fella. ❤️🍀Donating now.
Do you think he is around 6 years old?
He is a good looking boy.
Every little bit of $ helps. Hope he is on to a better life! Thanks for saving him!
How is Trinity today? I keep thinking about his soulful, lost eyes wanting to sit beside him reminding him HOW AMAZING he is.🐾🤗
Does he a microchip?
Welcome to the 1st day of the rest of your life. So glad you are not out in the cold today. Xoxo
I know you will be no updates until the doctors have had time to do a full assessment.
I needed to say once again, THANK YOUR TEAM for coming to his rescue. Personally, my thought is this boy would not be moving today if not for the information you received and the love put forth to save him.
Support and Respect✊🏼
Thank you for saving him...
OHMYGOODNESS! How he has suffered being alone.🥺
YAYYYYY👏👏👏👏👏Your are safe now baby!!
YAYYYYY👏👏👏👏👏Your are safe now baby!!
It looked like there was a plastic shelter number collar also on the dog. Was there?
Thank you for saving him! He looks scared but I know he is ok now!
You guys are angels!
Mack Hope Hendricks I watched the live stream last night while they were pulling this boy out....😭😭😭😭😭💔💔💔 his collar got under his front leg and he is so skinny :( knew you'd like to see this happy story .Praying for this boy 🐕❤
Duck Team 6 is working a case in Mesquite when we learned about this little girl running around behind some eating establishments. We never saw her so our capture volunteer decided to start a feeding station and put a game camera on it to see if she was hanging around and guess what? She was there! We went out the next night, set the trap and within an hour, she was captured.
We scanned her for a microchip and she is not chipped. She is a precious little nugget and super sweet so we hope that a family is missing her but in the meantime, she’s with Paws of Love Animal Rescue. She will receive a much needed haircut and she will be available for adoption, at a later date, if she is not reclaimed by an owner.
This was one of our easier cases and we are so thankful that she’s off the streets before the frigid temps roll in this weekend.
We were happy to be able to assist 4Paws2Love and be just one small part of an amazing group of volunteers to get Darbie safely back into her home! This was definitely a group effort in Flower Mound and thanks to Flower Mound Animal Services for being available to assist in the search for Darbie! Thanks to Kelly, Thomas, Kindra and many other volunteers who made this capture possible! ... See MoreSee Less
We have an adorable dog, that we’ve named Bernie, living on the streets in Mesquite, Texas. He has a solid foster offer and we’re looking for a rescue group that will take him into their program. We would really like to have him captured before the temps drop into the 20s this weekend. He has a smooth coat so there is little to no insulation to keep him warm. He has a dog house with blankets in it but he will not go inside. 😢
Duck Team 6 will donate $250 to a 501c3 rescue group that agrees to take Bernie into their program.
We’re desperate to get him off the streets as soon as possible. Will you help us? Will you please help Bernie! ♥️♥️♥️♥️ ... See MoreSee Less
Sweet Buttercup, now named Bella, has found her happily ever after. She has a wonderful family, is swimming in affection and gets to grow up with her cute, little human sister. She's a sweetheart and so deserving of this new life. We are so thankful to her foster, Kasey, for helping her through recovery and for her new family falling in love with her instantly. She got to spend the holidays with them and we hope that she's forgotten the hard life she had as an injured stray. ... See MoreSee Less
We received a capture request for two dogs that have been living on the streets. The Good Samaritan that contacted us has been feeding them for 5 months. We’ve had some nice weather the past couple of days, but it’s due to get cold again soon so we want to get a capture plan in place as soon as possible. However, we need a place for them to go once they’re captured. The Good Samaritan describes them as sweet, just scared.
If your rescue group can take them, please email us at email@example.com.
Duck Team 6 will donate $250 for each dog ($500 total) to a 501c3 rescue that agrees to take them into their program.
Thanks to a a generous Fur Family donor, Shadow was able to get groomed. We also got him up to date on his vaccinations. He was a little uncertain of what the day had in store for him but we think he enjoyed his "spa day"! ... See MoreSee Less
Through our SPCA outreach contact, we learned about a dog named Ike who was escaping his yard. Ike had been on a chain for over five years because his owner had no other way of keeping him contained. The owner agreed to get Ike neutered and our SPCA contact decided to help Ike get off his chain. She contacted our DuckTeam 6 outreach team for help and our team transported the run to Ike's house where we reassembled it and made it Ike's new home with his doghouse, some toys and some straw. Sweet Ike was very happy to get off his chain and run freely in his new 200 square foot run and his owner was so appreciative. Thank you SPCA for including us on this project!
We received a capture request for a sweet fella that was running the streets in Garland for several weeks. The neighbors got on Nextdoor and pulled together to get a feeding station started and to start looking for a foster. Fortunately, one of the neighbors caring for him had a family member step up to foster so all we needed was a rescue group to take him once he was captured. We posted for rescue on our Facebook page and Every Life Matters Animal Rescue - ELMAR) agreed to take him into their rescue program. This sweet boy, that we named Raymond, LOVES to eat but he was not consistent in coming to the trap so we knew that we had our work cut out for us. We set the trap last night and he was a no show! We set it again this morning and he turned his nose up to the food. We came back and put more food in and that was not good enough but the third time was a charm and he walked right in!
Once captured, we scanned him for a chip and he is not chipped. We will report him as found to Garland Animal Services in hopes that an owner is looking for him.
We are so thankful to the team of neighbors that pulled together and helped Raymond and a heartfelt “Thank You!” to our friends with ELMAR for taking him into their program!!! ♥️♥️ ... See MoreSee Less
We were contacted by a Good Samaritan in Garland about this gorgeous male GSD mix that was on the streets. She sent us a picture of his sad face, sitting in the freezing rain, and it broke our heart. Two of our volunteers went out last night, saw him immediately and set the trap. He loved the Good Samaritan so she drove her car and parked by the trap and he followed her. He saw our volunteers and started barking as if to say, “Hey girls, there’s nothing to see here!” so our volunteers drove down the street and within about 2 minutes, he was in the trap! Here’s the fun part! This fella looked smaller in the pics but when our volunteers went to lift the trap, they quickly realized that he weighs around 100 pounds! 😳 It was “loads” of fun getting him into the car, secured in the trap, but they did it. It’s safe to say that they will be at the chiropractor this morning but he’s safe and that’s all that matters! 😆😆
We took him to another volunteer's house and scanned him for a microchip. No chip! Paws of Love Rescue graciously agreed to take this sweet boy into their rescue program and he was dropped off at their vet this morning. They named him Hawkeye! ♥️
He will be reported to the shelter and if no owner is found, he will be placed for adoption in the coming weeks.
This gentle giant is amazing! He is calm and sweet as can be. We’re so thankful that he does not have to spend another night in this cold weather because like all street animals, he is deserving of a warm and loving home.
**Side Note!** Paws of Love rescue is needing a foster for this sweetheart until 1/8. If you’re available to short term foster, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pass along your info to Paws of Love! ♥️
RESCUE GROUP HAS BEEN FOUND!!! Thank you to everyone who has shared Raymond’s post!!! ♥️♥️♥️
**RESCUE GROUP NEEDED!**
This poor fella, that we’ve named Raymond, desperately needs a rescue group to take him in. He is in Garland and he has been on the streets for several weeks. We have everything ready to go for capture and he has a solid foster offer. It’s cold outside and we want to get him off the streets as soon as possible.
Duck Team 6 will donate $500 to a 501c3 rescue group that will take him into their program. You can email us at email@example.com.
Please help this sweet fella. He deserves to be in a loving home and out of this cold weather. 😢 ... See MoreSee Less
As a few of our board members were driving through Carrollton yesterday, they spotted a dog laying in the middle of a cold, grassy field. The dog would not allow them to approach so they left food while rounding up a trap and camera. While setting it up, it started to rain and she disappeared in search of cover. They waited her out until she found the scent of sausage and easily caught her in the trap. She’s just the sweetest, most precious German Shepherd we’ve named Hannah and we know there must be an owner out there looking for her. We have followed a few leads with no success, we’ve filed lost dog reports with animal services nearby where she was found. We’ve called the area vets and boarding facilities to see if they had lost a GSD. She’s not chipped. No luck finding her owners yet, but we won’t give up this soon and would love another reunion story.
Being the last day of the year, our Festivus fundraiser is coming to a close. Please consider a year end donation today to help fund our capture efforts like yesterday’s. Without the equipment necessary, we would not be able to get dogs like this adorable GSD out of the weather.
Thanks to Duck Team 6 for capturing this sweet girl. Hannah is now posted for adoption: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10157159453429060&type=1&l=4966c19f7d
Thank you for capturing her!
You guys absolutely ROCK. GOD BLESS YOU ALL
Thank you for saving her!!!
Thank you for rescuing this beautiful dog. Hopefully she will find her home.
There’s one that’s a service dog that got stolen
Just saw this post Wonder if this is the same dog?
Please spread the word! Kuma was LOST on December 30, 2018 in Carrollton, TX 75007 Near Chamberlain Dr & N Josey Ln
Message from Owner: We miss our Kuma so much she was mine and my girlfriends first child together, we would do anything to get her back!! She means the world to us, and our family
Description: Female German Shepherd pretty skinny, large black and metal collar!! Offering $reward if returned safe
For more info or to contact Kuma's owner, click here: https://www.pawboost.com/p/5349267
Lost or found a pet? Report it to PawBoost here: http://pbrs.io/l/rpl
Thank y'all for saving her.I pray y'all find her family.She is very beautiful.
Try the Finding Rover app that uses facial recognition to help lost dogs!
Shes so pretty. I pray her home is found soon. Her humans are I know missing her
Lady in wise county looking for her shepherd
This baby belongs to someone .. hope they find her owners !!
Praying for a happy ending ♡
She's beautiful I hope she gets home
Will be happy to share. Location?
Theres a couple in krum ,Texas that is missing there shepard.
Hope this fur baby finds her owner.
Hey, what about pet FBI and pawboost?
She's a very pretty dog in the problem is we don't know if she got loose, if she really belongs to somebody or what?
I don't have a pic on my phone but on my page I'm looking for 1 named Halo. Her owner was careflighted to Plano and passed away and Halo busted out the window in the home to look for owner. Brashear, Tx. By the interstate. We believe she was picked up
Did someone just lost a dog somewhere near there? I’m trying to recall seeing something about a missing dog on FB.
If you keep scrolling back through lost postings...I did see this dog as missing in Carrollton posted here on Pawboost. I remember this dog in Carrollton 1. cuz my son use to own a German Shepard & 2 cause my son also works for the City of Carrollton & I so remember commenting to the owners to ask around City workers to see if they may have seen their Shepard around the streets...Anyways, I will sift through postings & I wanna even say I saved their posting of their fur baby will try n keep in touch to see if I can help in some way connecting you all. prayers its theirs & fingers crossed I find the info to pass along to you all.
Thank you. God bless you. Hope she finds her forever home 🙏🙏🙏🐕
Thanks to those of you who have saved her.
Put on paw boost a lot of families loss their shepherds
Duck Dog Bruno got his close-up this afternoon! Bruno had quite the adventure a couple weeks back. He was originally captured in Dallas by our dedicated capture team and adopted earlier this year. Unfortunately, his adoption did not work out. The tricky part? Bruno was living in Minnesota! Tune into WFAA (Channel 8) News at 10:00pm TONIGHT to see the whole story! ... See MoreSee Less
I don't like to call out owners, except that this woman messaged me because of my comment, trying to garner support for her treatment of Bruno. It's "partially true", which means, it is true. She knows she was wrong and I didn't even know who she was until she messaged me. https://www.facebook.com/brooke.thunstrom
They didn’t mention he murdered a kitten and nipped a human
Love that they shared this story. God Bless all of you!
Is Bruno still available for adoption?
Karen Maxwell Bowden never once was he threatened to go to a shelter. They were called after he lunged at the owner and bit and was aggressive several other times but as always that is not reported along with the fact that she held Bruno for almost a month after those incidents waiting to see when the foster people would take him back versus bringing him to a shelter to scared him waiting for when they were able to meet to come and get him as she reached out to them because she didn’t want to bring him to a shelter but the environment he was living in was not good for her or her family. Bruno is a great dog and it was terrible killed her to give him up but ultimately what was best for her family needed to be done. it wasn’t his forever home and sometimes that happens but they can’t report that correctly clearly .
I just watched the video Duck Team 6 made about Bruno and well honestly as a parent it makes me livid! It implies that my daughter wanted cats over Bruno and that is a blatant LIE...we were on FaceTime when the whole incident went down...Bruno lunging and stealing the kitten...killing the kitten by chomping down on it and shaking it to death...my daughter having to pull the dog off of the DEAD kitten...listening to the fear and terror in your adult child’s voice as she is crying hysterically and hyperventilating due to fear...this was a very traumatic experience and you claimed you saved the dog by driving 900 miles, that’s bs as she kept the dog for almost one month after the incident...SHAME ON YOU FOR YOUR DECEIT...as this is how it all happened in the beginning!!! Our daughter fostered Bruno in the best way possible and Bruno is a better dog because of it...Duck Team 6 and I both know this! Thank you for your time...but again very disappointed with the organization that is supposed to be so good but truly is just a lie!
Great story. Thank goodness the family called you and said they were taking him to the shelter!!
This is semi true he was not given up because I decided to have a family of cats, he was given up because he lunged at me and actually got my hand a little bit, and he was being aggressively protective in my home and I live next to a daycare and I can’t risk him nipping a child. AND duck team was called first about giving him back to them and had a plan set up to meet in kansas but ivonne canceled and I kept him in my home for almost a month until they could fly to get him. They also were provided many great photos, videos, and a paper on all about bruno. So before stories are done you might want to get all the facts
I hope the owners who threatened to send this dog to a shelter are shameful in their hearts after seeing this story. You don't do that to a family member, and especially one who has been through what Bruno went through.
Why don’t you get the facts straight before bashing someone making it sound like she didn’t want him because she would rather have a family of cats. This family of cats like Bruno needed a place to live. She was fostering them until they went home. Bruno not only lunged at her as she owned Bruno but was being very aggressive to everything in the house, she loved Bruno very much and it broke her heart to give him back after reaching out to you first wanting to give him back to you first. You make it seem like she’s heartless and didn’t care about him or his existence. Then she comments and you ban her? Like I’m expecting to be banned... stop posting lies for sympathy votes. Speak the truth. Not all dogs work out in every situation they are in. Maybe she wasn’t meant to be his forever home, that’s not a bad thing.
This sweet girl has been seen in Lancaster since October, searching each car for her owners as several good neighbors have been feeding her. One of our capture team volunteers went out and set the trap and without hesitation, she got in! She is with a foster now and if no owner is found, hopefully she will be headed to a border collie rescue very soon.
Another sweetheart off the streets just in time for Christmas! 🎄🎅🏻🎁 ... See MoreSee Less
Several weeks ago we were asked to help a mom and her four puppies in Oak Cliff. Mom was running through the streets in the Bishop Arts District with four puppies in tow and it was a very dangerous situation for all of them. We went out on a Sunday and caught three puppies but the last puppy and mom were determined to make things difficult for us. The last puppy finally decided that she wanted to be with her brothers and she got into our trap. It broke our hearts to drive away with this little girl and leave mom but we promised to reunite mom with her babies by Christmas and we made good on that promise! After 70 volunteer hours, mom decided that she was tired of being a street dog so she walked right into our trap and she never looked back!
Mom and puppies are now with Take Me Home Pet Rescue and we’re grateful to them for taking this precious family into their rescue just in time for Christmas! 🎄🎅🏻 🎁 ... See MoreSee Less
2018's Adopt a Fur Family was a great success! This year several very generous donors were matched with a Fur Family to fulfill their pet's wish lists. Over 20 dogs received food, toys, beds and even donations to cover medical & grooming services. Our jolly volunteers loaded up their vehicles and delivered the donations to each recipient. Watch the video below to get an inside look at Fur Family delivery day!
Thank you, thank you, thank you to this year's donors! We are so grateful for your kindness and caring in helping these families. Happy Holidays from Duck Team 6!
🗣Totals are in for Duck Team 6 South Dallas Outreach!
✔86 bags dog food AND several bags of cat food distributed. ✔75 doses of flea/tick meds given out. ✔15 dog beds provided by SPCA of Texas handed out. ✔3 doghouses given out. ✔Several bags of straw given out. ✔10 welfare checks. ✔3 dogs walked and socialized. ✔1 spay/neuter sign up 🙌 ✔6 new people signed up for the outreach program which means, more dogs! 🙌18 amazing volunteers including 4 from the SPCA!!! 🐾Well, we did it again! Our last Outreach of 2018 was indeed a success.
Thank you to our amazing volunteers, SPCA of Texas and the endless supply of determination. Outreach isn't a "job" or something to do as a past time. This is dedication to others and the opportunity to build bridges within a community. We look for great things to happen in 2019 and as always, we thank you for all of your continuous support! ... See MoreSee Less
We received a capture request for two littles that were running around a neighborhood in Garland. Our capture team volunteer went out yesterday and within a few minutes of arriving, she was able to catch both dogs using a catch pole. Turns out, the tan yorkie had tags that led her to his owner. The little black yorkiepoo did not have on a collar with tags and he was not microchipped so our friends at Paws of Love Rescue agreed to take him into their program. They will continue to look for an owner and if no owner is found, he will be placed for adoption. ... See MoreSee Less
We were recently contacted by a Good Samaritan regarding these 2 little dogs who are loose in their neighborhood. One of these dogs has a collar and tags. One of our Capture Team volunteers will be out there later today to assess the situation. Wouldn't it be great to have these 2 off of the streets before Christmas?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping! ... See MoreSee Less
This beauty was rescued by Texas Cattle Dog Rescue from a local animal shelter and they named her Fern. Shortly after she arrived at her foster home, she scaled two fences and escaped. Everyone was desperate to find Fern because she’s pregnant and due to deliver soon. Prior to Fern escaping, the rescue group put together an emergency response plan and it proved to be very beneficial in helping to locate Fern quickly. They received a call that she was hanging out at some apartments not far from her fosters home so Duck Team 6 went out and set a trap. She was a no show for about 36 hours so we feared that she had moved on but once the rain let up and the sun came out, she reappeared. Fortunately we had a DT6 capture volunteer close by so she quickly went out and moved the trap where Fern was hanging out, baited it with smelly hotdogs and Fern got right in! #SUCCESS
Fern is back with her foster parents, resting comfortably and due to have her puppies very soon! ... See MoreSee Less
Yay DT6. We work with TCDR and worked to find Fern. Their response plan was awesome. It walked us through making signs (in Spanish too) and what to do. Great work all involved.
Thanks to all.
Thank you so much Duck Team 6! We appreciate all of your assistance.
Thank you to the village for your collaborative effort...neighbors, rescue volunteers, Gypsydog Ops and Duck Team 6!! Fern is a lucky girl to have so many people looking out for her!!!
You folks are OUTSTANDING!
Thanks for all you did! Love Texas Cattle Dog Rescue and you all!
Thank you Duck Team 6 for working with Texas Cattle Dog Rescue. It does take teamwork!
That sweet girl needs to settle down now and prepare for the big task of being a responsible mom!
Thank you Duck 6 Team all heroes involved for safe return momma to be!!❤
Do you remember Tessa? Tessa is the beautiful labby girl that found herself homeless on the streets of Oak Cliff. Our capture team went out and worked for days and she finally decided to stop playing hard to get and she went into the trap! After she was captured, she was taken to the vet and it was discovered that she was pregnant with LOTS of puppies and due to deliver in 2 weeks!
Her foster family picked her up from the vet and brought her home. Tessa is a stubborn gal and she refused to walk on a leash so her foster family had to pick her up and bring her inside the house. Once inside the house, and the minute they set her down, she turned and bolted! She ran through the house and out the garage. The rescue group immediately contacted Duck Team 6 and we sprung into action, putting a capture plan into place.
It was discovered that Tessa was staying in the area so we asked the foster to start a feeding station, filling the bowl several times a day. This is so important because it keeps the dog coming back to that location. We went out and set a trap and put a game camera on it and she was there. This second capture attempt would prove to be a challenge because dogs are cautious about a trap the second time around and we were up against the clock because Tessa was due to deliver her puppies at any moment. She was coming to the trap to eat several times a day but she would not go all the way in and she found a barn across the street so she started to pull together a nesting area for her puppies. We changed our capture plan to focus on the barn but we decided to set the trap one more time and guess what? SHE GOT IN!
Tessa was captured yesterday at 3:36pm and she went into labor at 6:57pm! Now that’s amazing!!!!
Tessa is resting in her foster home with 10 puppies that she delivered last night! The rescue group has changed her name to Tasha and you can follow Tasha and her babies on Facebook at DFW Lab Rescue. ... See MoreSee Less
Duck team 6 helped me capture a stray who ended up having 8 puppies in my kitchen the very next morning. Needless to say, that stray became my heart and is currently curled up right next to me. Clara Annas Puppies. Thank you duck team 6.
Well Done DT6 !!!!!!
What a proud mama & gorgeous little piggies!! Y'all are awesome.
Francis Martinez ... 10 puppies. Just saying.
Oh my! Happy to hear she is in a safe place to deliver.
That is awesome! Way to go everyone!!
This sweet boy was living at the Taco Bell drive-thru in Quinlan and everyone was feeding him! They named him Taco and he thought that he was living the good life but we knew that his luck would run out sooner or later. Our capture team tried twice to capture Taco but he was too smart for us so we called in Paul with Statewide Animal Control, Rescue and Recovery for help. Paul and Courtney came out Sunday and within 30 minutes, Taco was darted with sedation and safely captured.
This sweet boy had lots of angels looking out for him and we’re happy to report that he is doing great in his foster home. The rescue group will scan him for a microchip and if no owner is found, he will be placed for adoption.
We want to give a shout out to the Taco Bell in Quinlan for patiently working with us on this capture and a heartfelt “Thank You!” to Paul and Courtney with Statewide Animal Control. ♥️♥️ ... See MoreSee Less
Duck Team 6 added 17 new photos — at City Square Opportunity Center.
2 months ago
It was a cold and rainy day but Saturday's Free Vaccination Clinic went off without a hitch! The SPCA of Texas was on hand to provide vaccinations for 132 dogs and 10 cats. They also signed up 22 dogs for free spay/neuter services! Duck Team 6 volunteers registered pets, provided nail trims and fit dogs with collars and leashes. Thank you to the SPCA of Texas for providing the vaccines and spay/neuter services. And a big thanks to all of the volunteers who gave up their warm beds to ensure a successful clinic.
It breaks our heart when we look at the first picture of this sweet terrier in Garland. He was running around a shopping area for several days, trying to stay warm and dry. We teamed up with our friends at Dallas Street Dog Advocates and did our best to capture this little guy but at the end of the day, it was the insurance man that caught him! This little dog, named Kringle, had been hanging out at the insurance office off and on throughout the day so they just opened the door and he walked right in! They were able to contain him in the bathroom and we had a Duck Team 6 volunteer on site so she went to the insurance office, picked Kringle up and took him home for the night. The next day, Dallas Street Dog Advocates met with our volunteer and brought him into their rescue. Kringle does not have a microchip so they will hold him through a stray hold and place him for adoption if no owner is found.
We are grateful to everyone that participated in Kringles capture and a heartfelt “Thank You!” to Dallas Street Dog Advocates for bringing Kringle into their rescue program! ♥️♥️♥️🎅🏻🎄
Thank you guys keeping our furbabies safe!!
I was there to see him being brought out of the insurance office bathroom in a carrier.
Makes me wonder if he jumped out of his owner’s car and they were traveling. Probably wouldn’t hurt to post this dog Statewide.
Glad to see this pup caught finally. Our rescue group was out for 5 hrs trying to catch him the other night
That face is precious!
I will share!
He is super cute
Such a cute little face! ❤️
Poor boy I'm so happy he's safe now
What a sweet little pup. He looks lost and confused and so sad. But with the right family giving him a loving home with comfort and affection, he Will soon be a happy dog. Thank uou all for saving him. He's worth it!
Thank you for saving Kringle! Ya’ll are awesome!!!
Yay - thank you all 😍
post it on Nextdoor.com and Pawboost.com in case someone is looking for it :-)
Thank you all! I bet a forever home is very close by!
He's so adorable
Glad he is safe! Yay for the insurance office stepping up to help.
Good morning! We know it’s raining and it’s cold, but our FREE VACCINATION CLINIC is still on for today, 8:00am to 12:00pm at CitySquare Opportunity Center. See you there!Just a reminder that our FREE Vaccination Clinic at City Square Opportunity Center is this coming Saturday, December 8th, RAIN or SHINE! Anyone can attend as we will be vaccinating dogs and cats 8 weeks of age and older. There will also be the opportunity to sign up for free spay & neuter surgery and we will give out collars and leashes (while supplies last) and have volunteers on hand to do nail trims. The clinic is from 8am to 12pm and you must be in line by 12pm to received services. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Just a reminder that our FREE Vaccination Clinic at City Square Opportunity Center is this coming Saturday, December 8th, RAIN or SHINE! Anyone can attend as we will be vaccinating dogs and cats 8 weeks of age and older. There will also be the opportunity to sign up for free spay & neuter surgery and we will give out collars and leashes (while supplies last) and have volunteers on hand to do nail trims. The clinic is from 8am to 12pm and you must be in line by 12pm to received services. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Do you have a soft spot in your heart for senior dogs? What about senior, gray-faced boxers?
Emmy is in need of a place to land. She was captured a year ago while fending for herself in a Dallas park. Emmy is precious, sweet and loving and gets along with all dogs and people alike. She’s 9 years old. She’s in her twilight years. She’s in good health other than a recurring UTI that will have to be kept in check.
She’s been with one of our awesome fosters but his own boxer is aging and requiring more of his attention and we need to find Emmy a home where she can bond to her new people and live out the remainder of her years in comfort.
Can you help our sweet Emmy? Email us at email@example.com! Located in Dallas, TX ... See MoreSee Less
We haven’t received any email inquiries about her.
We would love to have Emmy as a foster dog
We might even want to adopt here if she likes it here she will be inside furbaby lots of love and attention
Our 9 year old rescue boxer Buddy would love her. Wish she was closer.
Prayers for a wonderful safe home sweet baby !!!!!
Seniors make fabulous pets, and they are just right for certain families. Praying this sweet girl finds a loving home and spends her final years in happiness.
Come on texas all these compliments about this beautiful dog doesnt get her a home.. Please someone adopt her.. I want them all
Please help this beautiful baby find a forever Loving home soon
Come on Dallas area everyone needs a furry family member with love to give unconditionally
Oh precious emmy I do hope so much you find a wonderful home.. Please God help this sweet dog!!! Amen!!
So sweet... please open your heart and home.
God bless her.
We already have 3 dogs and two cats. 🙏
God, please find this dog a loving home. Amen
Prayers for this sweet baby❤🛐
I love senior dogs !! I have two 10 yr olds with issues or I would love to have her..also my mother is stage 7 of Alzheimer's and lives with me...God bless this beautiful girl !! She needs a family !
Prayers for beautiful dog 🙏🙏🙏🙏 i hope she finds her furever home
How I wish I could take her in with me,,,,To many rules here 😓😓😓😓
So wish I could take her. Just not possible with my elderly baby and our feral pup still trying to coexist
Duck Team 6 any info? Please PM
I left a message on Lisa's phone number at Duck team 6 about Emmy
Please get in contact with me
Has Boxer Rescue posted her for us?
Wish I could but already have 2 dogs and 2 cats love animals
November 13, 2016 was a big day for Cash. The Capture Team was out trying to rescue another street dog, when Cash showed up on the scene. He was also a stray in the area and the team wasn't going to leave him out there, so Cash joined Duck Team 6.
He was exceptionally shy and timid with people, but soon joined an amazing foster family where he learned to trust and love them. With their patience and guidance, Cash has blossomed and come so far, although he'll never be a social butterfly.
Today was yet another big day for him when his foster mom said "I think we have to adopt Cash, I can't let him go. He's such a good dog and we all love him so much". He's been home for a long time, but it's now official.
Thank you Jen Ovalle (and family) for loving Cash with your whole heart and helping him to grow. Happy life, Sweet Cash! ... See MoreSee Less
We were contacted to help capture Copper, after she ran away during a home invasion on Saturday. Her family hired Dog Gone Detectives to pinpoint her location. Copper was in survival mode and ran from her owners. Since they knew she was hiding in a creek area, we set up a trap and camera. Two long days we waited with no appearance of Copper. On the third day, we decided to relocate the trap and camera. While the owner was assisting a capture volunteer, Copper appeared from the creek bottom. Both froze and slowly dropped to the ground, not making eye contact or any sounds. It was clear Copper was trying to process if that was indeed her mom. After a few minutes, Copper crawled into her mom’s lap! Copper has already been checked out by her vet and other than raw paw pads and a scratch on her eye, she’s in pretty good shape! We are so happy to have her back home before the weather got bad!
Side note: you’ll see a drone in the one picture. A resident brought it to us in case we needed it! Luckily we didn’t, but what an amazing community looking after Copper! ... See MoreSee Less
Your team is amazing and we are so grateful for you and Doggone Dectives! Copper is snoring away right now and we have you to thank!!
You guys are amazingly! I’ve followed Mona from the beginning of this nightmare and I know she has to be overjoyed and happy! What a great job!! 🐶❤️🐶❤️
Omg!!!! My poor friend!! I can’t believe what an ordeal you have been through!!! So happy you have your dog back. Sending you hugs 😘😘😘😘. Elise
AWESOME!!! So happy they got her back!! Poor baby!! I’m sure she was traumatized!!!
I'm so happy for you all!
This makes me so happy! Wonderful news!
Makes me so happy. Our dogs are part of our family. I’m so grateful Copper is home safe!!
So happy for you.
Now the family can sleep tonight knowing everyone is where they should be. Welcome home
So happy for all of you!! ❤️❤️
What a story!! So glad owner and dog are happily reunited!!
A happy reunion for all. Thanks so much for all of your good work.
This is amazing!
Thank goodness copper has a loving family. ❤️
Dash is an awesome 2 1/2 year old Lab mix with a people pleasing personality and great manners. He's great with kids, other dogs and even was fine around chickens for several days. He is a fun pooch to have around and will make your days happier with his giant smile and uplifting love of life. He would really love to join a family for the holidays. Would you open your heart to this handsome boy? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to set up a meet and greet. ... See MoreSee Less
Duck Team 6 is pleased to announce that we are partnering with the SPCA of Texas to host a FREE Vaccination Clinic at City Square Opportunity Center this coming Saturday, December 8th. Anyone can attend as we will be vaccinating dogs and cats 8 weeks of age and older. There will also be the opportunity to sign up for free spay & neuter surgery and we will give out collars and leashes (while supplies last) and have volunteers on hand to do nail trims. The clinic is from 8am to 12pm and you must be in line by 12pm to received services. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Gemma is a super fun, silly and beautiful girl that recently joined our Guest Dog Program. She's happy-go-lucky, lives in the moment and enjoys play time and nap time. She lives with 2 toddlers, 3 dogs and is a perfect companion to all. She's will fit in seamlessly with any family that she joins! She's amazingly loyal, entertaining and a true friend to all. Gemma is a 2 years old mixed breed, 60 pounds and such an easy girl to love. Make Gemma part of your family by emailing us at email@example.com today. ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful Maddox has been adopted and has the best family ever. She has 3 furry siblings and a new Dad that adores them all. Maddox will have a life full of adventure, happiness and love and we are so happy for her. Thank you Alec Kimball for giving Maddox a wonderful life. ... See MoreSee Less
Back in June, we received a capture request for a silver labby boy that got away from his owner in Allen. We went out and did an assessment and we tried to track him but he was constantly on the move. His owner was very diligent about keeping the social media post updated and 10 weeks after he got away from her, he decided to park in some bushes in a Walmart parking lot right off of a very busy freeway. We went out, set the trap and we caught him! His name is Kilo and he traveled 26 miles and lost 23 pounds but look at him today in the bow tie! Gorgeous!!
We wanted to give an update on how Kilo is doing but we also want to remind everyone to never give up if your pet is lost! It’s easy to get discouraged when your pet is not found quickly but you’re their biggest advocate and keeping their social media post updated is very important! That is how Kilo was returned to his owner. She never gave up hope that he would be found!
May I recommend to everyone who have caretakers come to their home, caring for their pets when they travel?
PLEASE DOUBLE LOCK OUTSIDE GATES.
Set up a system that will allow the caretaker to enter you home that could keep your pet from escaping when the door is opened. I learned many years ago the horror of these things happening.
I do not travel anymore. However, I was hospitalized on two occasions.
If I need someone to let my pets out or feed them, the garage is the first point of entry. Friends come in, close the garage door. Then they can open the door into the house without worry.
Yes. I have been told I go way overboard. But, when it comes to my babies, anything I can do to ensure their safety is the goal.
Well, that was TMI. 🤗
Happy tears are flowing again! Thank you for the amazing work you do AND to the diligence of his owner to bring him home as well as those who see and report the lost and homeless pets.
God bless each and everyone for helping Kilo and his Owner!
Cooper went missing from his home in Argyle on October 6. Two days ago he was spotted by Good Samaritan, Jennifer, living in a wooded area in Denton about 8 miles away. She put out food and water for him and yesterday after seeing most of the food gone, we were contacted to assist with trapping him. We set everything up yesterday afternoon but he didn’t find our trap. We locked it open and after seeing him all through the night on our camera going in and eating the food, his owners went out early this morning and set the trap. Within an hour, they had him! Cooper has lost a lot of weight but seems to be unharmed after 7 weeks on the run. Thank you to his Good Samaritan and other residents for watching out for him! His owners followed our instructions and we are relieved he was caught so quickly!
From his family. Is this not the sweetest?
There is another dog, same general area (Teasley, near Wheeler Ridge neighborhood) that people are concerned about and trying to come up with a game plan on Nextdoor. Dog has no fur, half of an ear is gone and it is missing it's right back leg. Yes!! A three legged dog. It has been running loose for months. Very cautious and fearful. Have you heard about this case yet? I'll update a photo that was posted on nextdoor.
That is so great! So he wouldn’t just come to his owners? I’m still learning about dogs.
Sent u a message regarding one in heavy traffic about to get hit... no response :(
We are beyond thankful for Lisa (duck Team 6)! Our boy is back home.
What can be said that would not be a repeat?
THIS IS AN AMAZING GROUP OF CARING HEARTS WORKING TO SAVE LOST AND ABANDONED PETS.
The planning, set ups, organizing people watch the traps, finding safe places for the dogs go after capture, the list goes on......
If you donate to rescue organizations, please consider sharing a little support with Duck Team 6 as well.
When you see a worthy cause, if you have some chance, consider giving.
EVERY NICKLE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE.❣️🐾🐾
Wow, great happy ending!!!
Duck Team 6 ROCKS!
So happy for Cooper and family and Bless all who helped
That is such a high traffic area. Thank goodness he is safe.
Soooo blessed 💜
So nice to have good news
YAAAY! Thank you so much for what you do.
What a great story. Thanks to all that helped.
Great work!! Congratulations to the Duck 6 team and all of those who were involved to make sure that this rescue was a success!!
Congratulations on his safe return! It's nice to hear a story of someone actually looking for their lost pet❤
That is so amazing Carolyn Chapman Simonin! I am so happy you have him back, I know how hard it must have been on you guys! ❤️
Tessa has been on the streets in a Dallas neighborhood for well over a year. Neighbors report, in that time, she has had several litters of puppies. We sent out a plea for a rescue to take her in and thanks to DFW Lab Rescue, Tessa had a place to go and we were able to finally capture her last night and get her off the streets! The sweet life awaits you Tessa!
We can't do what we do without the support of this community. On this #GivingTuesday, please consider making a donation to Duck Team 6 as we continue our mission to reduce the street dog population through capture, placement and outreach. ... See MoreSee Less
A couple weeks ago we rushed Coco to the vet after she was attacked by a pack of dogs and barely survived. We are so grateful for all of the donations that poured in to help us save this sweet girl. Today, we are happy to report that Coco is thriving! She was very scared and in a lot of pain after this ordeal. Her caretakers Cynthia and Victor report that Coco walks great on a leash, allows people to pick her up and pet her (she was very scared initially), and she’s 100% potty trained!
Coco is still on the mend. She recently got her stitches out and will get rechecked in 10 days. We’ll update with adoption info once she’s ready for her forever family! ... See MoreSee Less
Remember the senior lab found by one of our outreach families a while back? He was skin and bones and then we found out he had terminal cancer AND had a bullet lodged near his lungs. Well we’ve had an interesting journey with him! His first scan for a microchip didn’t find one. Our medical director had a hunch and had him scanned again a couple weeks later. She was right. He had an older style chip last updated in 2009. We had no idea if the phone numbers were still good. We had no idea if anyone would be missing him after that amount of time. What in the world happened that such an amazing dog would find himself on the streets at his age?
Well....we found out and we want to respect the family’s privacy so we won’t give many details. But we do want to say that we found his mom who was DEVASTATED to find out what had happened to him many years after a divorce. She came to visit him and immediately made plans to introduce him to her dog, Tank, and if all went well, take him back home where he belonged.
Bonz (his real name that he knows), formerly known as Wallace by us, is now home. His mom and her family are loving and spoiling him and he’s enjoying every single minute of it. His story couldn’t have a happier ending and we are all so thrilled this reunion was able to happen!
We also want to thank Amanda and Josh, his fosters, who dropped everything when they saw our plea and rushed to get him before a storm rolled in. We are so happy to have made new friends during this process and Bonz brought some amazing people together in his journey.
And our favorite quote still stands when it comes to street dogs - “Always think lost, not stray.” Bonz is a perfect example. ... See MoreSee Less
Duck Team 6 is pleased to announce that we are partnering with the SPCA of Texas to host a FREE Vaccination Clinic at City Square Opportunity Center on Saturday, December 8th. Anyone can attend as we will be vaccinating dogs and cats 8 weeks of age and older. There will also be the opportunity to sign up for free spay & neuter surgery and we will give out collars and leashes (while supplies last) and have volunteers on hand to do nail trims. The clinic is from 8am to 12pm and you must be in line by 12pm to received services. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Our SDO volunteers teamed up with the SPCA of Texas and they were hard at work yesterday, making sure the animals in South Dallas are ready for Thanksgiving! Their totals are in and drumroll please!!!! 🥁 🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁
🦃 19 AMAZING VOLUNTEERS! 🦃 85 bags of food and flea/tick prevention distributed! 🦃 Several collars and doggie sweaters given out! 🦃 Two yards cleaned! 🦃 Six dogs walked! 🦃 Twelve bales of straw distributed for cold weather! 🦃 One doghouse set up! 🦃 Two fence repairs which allowed one dog to be taken off his heavy chain! 🙌 🦃 Two yards cleaned up 🦃 One spay/neuter sign up with SPCA of Texas🙌
This was a FANTASTIC DAY and a heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone that came out! ... See MoreSee Less
My name is Tessa. Duck Team 6 gave me a name because I’m important and I deserve to have a name. I’m alone. I’m abandoned. I’m hungry but most of all, I'm tired. I have been on the streets for 2 years and no one wants me. Why? What did I do that has caused me to become homeless? I’ve had lots of puppies and they’ve disappeared but I’m still here. The weather is getting colder and I feel cold. I feel cold on the outside but most of all on the inside because no one wants me and I’m losing hope.
Please don’t let me spend another day on the streets. When you’re sitting down for Thanksgiving dinner, I will be walking the streets hoping that someone throws out their leftovers. No animal should live this way. It’s my turn to be rescued.
Thank you for listening to my story.
Love, Tessa ♥️
Duck Team 6 is ready to put a capture plan into place but we need a foster/rescue group for Tessa once she’s captured and we will donate $250 to a 501c3 rescue that takes her into their program. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi everyone please do not ask or give the exact location of this dog! We will be the ones to get this girl and deliver her to the rescue taking her. We will be deleting any comments giving locations. Thank you, this is for the safety of the dog!
Not caught yet, but we’ve learned more about her schedule and should have her in the next few days. Will update as soon as we’ve got her.
We are hoping to have a rescue commitment today. Will update when we do!
Hello everyone! We have great news! DFW Lab has agreed to take Tessa into their rescue program so we’re putting a capture plan into place today!
We will update as soon as we have this sweet girl safe and off the streets!!!
We got her!
I live in Princeton and would be willing to foster her.
Can you please post rescue photos once she is safe and with foster? Dallas Fort Worth Lab Rescue?
Rockstars...dfw lab rescue
Good get that baby off streets before more bad weather or she gets ran over
Oh happy day for this baby ❤
Yay DFW Lab and Duck Team! Thank you both! Hope her captures is an easy one
Happy Thanksgiving Tessa!
A beautiful dog! Deserves to be loved and have a good home!
Duck team Any word on Tessa is she safe yet?
Poor momma hope someone will take U home for Christmas AMEN
Hope you succeed in finding her a home
DFW Lab Rescue?
My heart aches for Tessa. I forwarded this post to a dozen sites. Praying for an angel to step in for this sweet girl...😔♥️♥️♥️♥️
Adopt dog foster or rescue please God save dog
Praying She finds a loving home very soon. She's beautiful!
He’s safe! Dallas Animal Services beat us to the location today and got him, but we’ve already tagged and pulled him to foster thru the stray hold period. He’s chilling with his foster family and once he’s officially ours, we will post an update! No more sleeping in the cold grass for this sweet boy! ——————————————
We found a foster!!! Hopefully we can get this little guy tomorrow!!! 🤞🤞🤞🤞🎉🎉🎉🎉♥️♥️♥️
This little tot is running the streets in Dallas, alone and confused. He is around 12 pounds with one blue eye. He lays in tall grass, trying to stay warm. He has a smooth coat so the cold weather is brutal for him. He is described as sweet but will need capture. We can get him but we need a solid aftercare plan for him once he’s captured.
In the season of giving, please consider taking him into your home/rescue to foster. Duck Team 6 will donate $250 to a 501c3 rescue group that takes this sweetheart.
Please help him! He will not make it out there when the temps start to drop again. Please! ♥️♥️🤞 ... See MoreSee Less
He’s safe! Dallas Animal Services beat us to the location today and got him, but we’ve already tagged and pulled him to foster thru the stray hold period. He’s chilling with his foster family and once he’s officially ours, we will post an update! No more sleeping in the cold grass for this sweet boy!
Can you give me more info? I’m interested in fostering him
I have 2 other dogs, if you think that’s ok i would gladly take him. Work from home so I’m here all day to watch them.
Where in Dallas?
Steph doesn’t know it yet but we’ll foster him.
Please help this beautiful baby
Great job! Thanks, Tony for getting the ball rolling...so thankful this one has a happy ending!
Another Thanksgiving blessing! 🙏
Duck Team 6 shared Oak Hill Animal Rescue, Inc.'s post.
3 months ago
Lost dog Garland!
Keep an eye out for Oak Hill’s lost foster pup!🔴🔴 UPDATE: Roger has been found!!! He is safe and unharmed.
Thank you all for your concern!
🔴🔴FOSTER DOG ESCAPED!!🔴🔴
Roger got out of his foster home and is on the loose in Garland! Between Shiloh and Jupiter and Arapaho and Campbell.
Please keep an eye out. He’s a big, friendly boy. If found, please contact Oak Hill Animal Rescue 469-805-1728. Please share! ... See MoreSee Less
Meet Charlie! Charlie was found by a member of our capture team living near a very busy highway. He had the companionship of a homeless man, who recently left the area. Charlie started to venture closer to the highway and we knew we needed to get him off the streets before he got hurt. This sweet boy has been in boarding over the past week and is a big goofball! The vet techs love him and so do we! We would love to get him into a foster home while he looks for his forever family. We know he's great with people and is calm when he sees other dogs. If you're interested in fostering or adopting Charlie, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have rescue offer but only if we can find a foster! Please keep sharing and let’s see if we can find a warm foster home for her! ======================
****Rescue and foster needed****
We were alerted to this lab girl who has been living in a neighborhood for a couple years being fed by neighbors. They really would rather see her in a warm home and off the streets! Help us find a place for her to go before she has to endure yet another winter!
Email email@example.com if you can help! $250 from us to a 501c3 who can take her!
We have a rescue offer but they can only take her if we can find a foster! Keep sharing!
Can you let us know where she is at? Dallas?
So she is roaming and hard to catch
She has for sure been living around there for couple of years? I’m asking because we have a chocolate female lab missing since 10/18/2018...ours does have a flea allergy and so her rump, backside and tail has very little hair...normally she’s very shy and timid too.
Just shared on the Flower Mound Cares page. Praying for a foster for this poor baby. 😔♥️
We received a capture request asking for help with a gorgeous dog that was living at a park in SE Dallas. The Good Samaritan named him Buddy and he was sweet and friendly with the people and dogs at the park but elusive. We went out last weekend and set up a trap but Buddy wanted nothing to do with it so we started the conditioning process. We trained the Good Samaritan to feed Buddy outside the trap (locked open) and he slowly moved the food back further and further until Buddy was all the way in. Buddy was a quick learner and it took less than a week for him to realize that the good food was in the back of the trap. Once we saw on camera that he was going all the way in the trap, we set a capture date! The day before we captured Buddy we met with Rey, the Good Samaritan, and showed him how to set the trap. Buddy and Rey had become friends and he trusted Rey but he did not trust anyone else so Rey would be the one to trap Buddy with us standing about 200 feet away. When we arrived at the park, Buddy was waiting and within 5 minutes of our arrival, Buddy was in the trap! All of the prep work and conditioning paid off! #SUCCESS
An amazing couple, Kris and Melissa Horner, stepped up to foster Buddy so after we trapped him, we took him to their house to decompress. He was tired and a bit confused at first but he is learning that being in a warm house with good food is a lot better than being outside in these cold temps. Buddy is an absolute sweetheart and we’re so thankful that he is off the streets and living the good life that he deserves while we search to see if there is an owner looking for him. ♥️ ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to the good samaritan for befriending buddy and feeding him, the foster parents for taking him in and the awesome folks at DT6 for capturing him!
One less dog to spend the night out in the cold.
Oh yeah! He is so cute!
Yay! ❤️ buddy and duck team 6!
Ya’ll are AWESOME!!!! Thanks for all you do.
He's gorgeous ❤
Congratulations on a great rescue!!!
Any news on the GSD under the bridge in Mesquite?
Your organization is so AWESOME!! Thank you so much for all that you do! ♥️♥️♥️♥️
Yay! Scored another one so he can have a good life now. Thank u