Thanks to the Karnes County Humane Organization in Texas, Mama Alice will soon be on her way to her forever family. KCHO is not a shelter facility, but works to place dogs and cats in safe rescues and shelters. Before the creation of this organization, the stray dogs had nowhere to go and their future was bleak. Now many are being transported to Northern States and Canada with the hope of a better life. Spaying and neutering is not a widespread practice in the southern states and consequently there are many unwanted litters and the stray population in the south is far greater than in the North.
Mama Alice, who has obviously contributed to the overpopulation in her short life, will no longer be part of the problem. She is now sterilized and is ready to be someone’s new “baby”. This sweet gentle dog is ready to take the leap into her new life as a beloved family pet.
We were told that Mama Alice is a Catahoula Leopard Dog X Pointer, not common breeds in our area but there are many in the South. Chances are that she will need a nice warm coat for the winter. What better way to get acquainted than on a shopping spree for a coat, a bone, and a super-soft dog bed.
Mama A. gets along well with other dogs and would probably enjoy a calm canine sibling. Being a mix of two active breeds means that daily exercise is a must. Who knows she may enjoy frisbee, agility, or other dog sports. It will be up to her adopters to test the waters.
This adorable girl still has so much to offer; in return for a happy retirement home, she promises to be a loyal, lifetime companion. Mama Alice has many years to devote to her new family. If you can commit to her for all of those years, please fill in the Application Form.
Please note that due the volume of applications, we are unable to respond to all applicants and ONLY those being considered will be contacted. We thank you for your understanding. The adoption application link is posted below and the adoption process is outlined on the website. Animatch asks that you read the Adoptee’s bio in its entirety before applying to ensure you meet the requirements for the dog.