|For every dogs we place, we are back to rescue more! MHCR
|UPCOMING ADOPTION EVENT:
125 NW Loop 410 Ste 350
San Antonio, TX 78216
Saturday, 16 August 2014, 12p.m. -
12651 Vance Jackson Road
San Antonio, TX 78230
Saturday, 23 August 2014, 12p.m. -
3rd Saturday and Sunday of the
Month from 12p.m. - 3:30p.m.
starting September 2014.
Pet Supplies Plus
1248 Austin Hwy, San Antonio,
12p.m. - 4p.m.
|Dogs are a source of unconditional love. When things go wrong in life,
your doggie is always there to give you a kiss, a snuggle, or to lay a
reassuring head on your lap. Your puppy loves you no matter what.
Your dog doesn’t care if you’re rich, or homeless; if you run Microsoft,
or you bag groceries at the local Wal-Mart.
When you are sad, your dog is always there to comfort you. He or she
will never leave your side. He or she will never desert you.
Dogs give you unconditional love and understanding.
All you need is LOVE… And a dog!
|For every dogs we place, we are back to rescue more!
MHCR is a 501(c)3
All donations are tax deductable
There are as many as 7 million
orphaned pets looking for a family to
love each year. Please join us (Missy’s
Haven Canine Rescue) and help
homeless animals this year by opening
your hearts and homes. Working
together we can all make a difference.
Please don't forget to like us on
Facebook at Missy's Haven. Post one
of your pictures of a pup you adopted
from Missy's Haven and show how
wonderful a RESCUE dog can be.
There is nothing better! We would
love to hear your story.
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MHCR is a group of four women with the common goal to help the animal over population problem in San
Antonio and surrounding area. By working with the City of San Antonio’s Animal Care Service, the nonprofit
group MHCR is able to rescue over 400 dogs and cats deemed unadoptable and place them in happy,
permanent homes. Our goal is to increase our number every year. Founded in 2011 by Michelle Holmes,
MHCR is working to educate the community on the vital importance of becoming a responsible pet owner
and to save a life. By helping support MHCR through a donation, spreading the word or adopt a homeless
pet or spay and neuter existing pets, MHCR can make a difference.
Children and New Dog
Establish the house rules and enforce them from the day your new dog or puppy arrives. Be sure the entire
family is consistant and uses the samne rules. Eventaully, even little kids should be able to give obedience
commands and have the dog obey. A small child should new be left alone with the dog. Allow them to get
used to each other from across the room or yard. Your children may act differently than other children have
acted with them. Allow him to keep his distance until he is comfortable rather than letting kids corner him or
force him to be petted or hugged.
Meet Cassidy: This sweet 1 year 6.4 pound Shih Tzu mix was
left behind when her owners decided to move. She hung out
waiting for them to return but she had nothing but tears in her
eyes. Cold and hungry she had all she could do to survive.
So often we hear of this. To top things off, besides being all
matted she is Heart Worm positive!
UPDATE: Cassidy has been adopted and is doing wonderful
in her new home!
Solving the huge problem of pet
overpopulation can be accomplished if each
of us takes the responsible step of not
allowing our companion animals to breed.
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