Welcome to the new DFW Pup Patrol Rescue website!!!  We will be tweaking, populating existing blank pages, as well as expanding our new internet home in the upcoming months with additional features, information, and educational material that will help everyone!  Please bear with us during the construction :)

If you have any questions, please email us at  info@dfwpuppatrol.com

 

Our Pups Need Your Help...

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What We Do...


Through the work of an all-volunteer staff, DFW Pup Patrol Rescue, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, works to rescue and heal abandoned, abused, and neglected dogs in our community.  The homeless pups we rescue are all put into foster family care so we can get to know each of them as they are all unique in their own personalities, behaviors, etc.  We have rescued, provided medical attention for, rehabilitated in a behavior capacity, and placed countless pups into new loving homes through our adoption program since March, 2010.  DFW Pup Patrol's priority is to do everything we can to ensure our pups and committed potential adoptive families are the best possible matches for all involved thereby creating a forever and happy relationship.

 

 

 

Featured Pet of the Month...


Alexis and her 4 siblings were saved from a property over run with uncared for dogs.  At 6 weeks old they had lived outside their whole lives with little human contact.  Besides being very underweight they were also filled with parasites.  A rescuer saved them and got them some initial vetting along with fattening them up before sending them to the Pup Patrol.  The pups were born around the end of October 2020.  Alexis currently weighs a little over 20 lbs.  She is working on potty training, knows how to use a doggy door, and is crate trained. She can be shy meeting new people, but once she’s comfortable you will see her personality come out.  She loves to snuggle with her person too.  Alexis loves to play with other pups! She will need a patient family that will continue her training so she can be the best dog she can be. As for what breed she is, our best guess (based on the other dogs on the property) is Heeler, Lab, Shar Pei, and maybe a little bit of Stafforshire Terrier.

 



Highlighted Dogs
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  Sadie
Adoption info can be found here in the last paragraph of this pet's profile or by visiting this direct link:   https://www.dfwpuppatrol.com/info/adoption Miss Sadie is estimated to have been born in about Jan, 2014, we...read more about Sadie