Lobo + Oneil : Texas Husky Rescue | Dallas Dog Photography

Yesterday you met Nash, one of the dogs currently under the care of Texas Husky Rescue. Nash is still looking for his Forever Home, but in the second part of my series of Texas Husky Rescue dogs, I wanted to introduce you to two more great Huskies who are also awaiting adoption.

Meet Lobo and Oneil:

Lobo is a young lad – about 8 months old – and is a fluffy Husky mix (I think there may be some Chow somewhere in all that fluff). He was involved in an accident prior to coming to Texas Husky Rescue (likely hit by a car), which left him with limited use of his left front paw. He is currently undergoing medical care, and should be just as good as new in no time at all! His best buddy at the adoption event this weekend was Oneil. Oneil is approximately 2 years old and definitely didn’t have a hard time keeping up with Lobo’s puppy energy – the two played endlessly, and were totally inseparable for most of the afternoon. You’d never know that Lobo had an injured paw, given the “spirited play” that they were both involved in (they even have matching eyes!). It was hard to get either of these guys to sit still for a photo, so there’s no doubt that either of these pups would make an excellent and ENERGETIC addition to your family!

Several of the Texas Husky Rescue dogs are currently looking for foster homes – Texas Husky Rescue has run out of room for all of the abused, abandoned or surrendered Huskies that are looking for adoptive families and desperately needs volunteers. If you or someone you know is interested in fostering or adopting a homeless Husky, please contact them!

Stay tuned throughout the week to see more gorgeous Huskies who need your help! If you aren’t able to foster or adopt, Texas Husky Rescue also accepts monetary donations of any amount (even $1 will help buy a new treat or toy!). Caring for dogs is not cheap – especially dogs that arrive injured and abused from high-kill shelters, like many of the dogs Texas Husky Rescue has saved. If you’re interested in helping out in any way, please stop by the Texas Husky Rescue site and find out how you can help!

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I am always thrilled to be able to give back to shelters and rescue programs that do so much to promote education, well being, spay/neuter initiatives and responsible pet ownership. My work with shelters and breed rescue groups is 100% volunteer based.

I am also happy to offer a 20% discount on my Session Fees as well as a 20% discount on the entire print/product order to anyone who adopts or fosters from a Rescue group that I volunteer with. So, if you adopt Lobo, Oneil, or any of their Texas Husky friends, you’ll get a discount on your session with me (and I’ll be happy to see them again!)

If you know of a Rescue group or shelter who would benefit from my services, please don’t hesitate to contact me!

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Kimberly Parker - Lovely photographs! The second one of Lobo and Oneil is one of the most precious things I’ve seen!

I ran across your photos on Flickr, which led me here. I have adopted two huskies (well, one is really a malamute) from Adoptahusky, also in Dallas. I know some of the ladies who run THR and I’m on their mailing list. Unfortunately, my house is already full of dogs, or I’d adopt more.

Again, lovely photos. Thanks for helping these beauties find new homes!July 13, 2010 – 9:25 pm

claire - Thanks Kimberly! I’d take a bunch of these guys home too if my house wasn’t buried in a foot of Husky fur already ;)
Glad you enjoyed the photos :)July 14, 2010 – 1:48 pm

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