Each day, week and month, Operation Kindness, North Texas’ largest no-kill shelter, receives dozens of dogs that soon become available for adoption. So with the start of February, we thought we would show you some of the dogs Operation Kindness has up for adoption.
At just 2 months old, Bear is a retriever/labrador mix, who is ready to find a home. He came from another local shelter with his three siblings and now he is ready to find a new family. If you need a companion to go on walks with or just hang out, Bear could be the one for you.
Also only 2 months old, Beatrice is a boxer mix, who is beginning to follow in her mother’s footsteps with her sweet personality and classic Boxer looks. Boxers are known for being intelligent, quick learners and having a curious personality, as well as getting along with children. Stop by Operation Kindness today to see if Beatrice is a right choice for you.
Copper is a 3-year-old Coonhound, so he is naturally a curious smeller. He might wander a little too far when he gets outside, but inside, he is sure to remain calm. His breed typically does well with kids, so stop by to visit Copper and see what he’s all about.
Goldie is a friendly dog who loves playing with others, including kids. She typically keeps her kennel neat and tidy and loves to take walks and hang out. If interested in her, go and visit her to see if she’s a right fit for you.
Kodiak is a little bigger than his blue-eyed Siberian Husky peers. Weighing 76 pounds, Kodiak needs a loving and attention-giving owner. He is a smart dog but also stubborn, so he needs someone to lay down ground rules for him. Because of his strength and size, it would be better if Kodiak was in a home without small children. He sheds but he is worth it.
Sage is an active girl, so she will need an energetic household. She keeps her kennel clean and already knows how to sit and stay. Because she’s full of energy, she would do best in a home where someone is home most of the time or there is a big yard for her to play in. Stop by to visit Sage and see if she’s right for you.
For more information about dogs available at Operation Kindness, visit their website.