Hi! I'm Bo. And I'm the newest lucky dog to be part of the HHPP family. As you can see, I'm a beautiful boy with a lustrous copper coat. I'm 2 1/2 years old, roughly 40 pounds and I'm an American Staffordshire Terrier. I'm very laid back, extremely calm, incredibly sweet, very loving and devoted, if I do say so myself. I'm good with children and other dogs. I love, love, love to go on walks and snuggle with you on the couch. I'm a pretty quiet guy and only bark to alert my foster family if I hear a strange noise. I am kennel trained and overall very obedient. I would make a fabulous addition to any family!
If you have questions about Bo please contact Houston Homeless Pet Project
Houston Homeless Pet Project
Houston Homeless Pet Project ("HHPP")is a core group of dedicated dog rescue volunteers who, between us, have over 50 years of experience in rescue in the Houston metro area. We are the rescue of last resort for those good Samaritans who find homeless dogs and are just trying to help. We are also the rescue of last resort for those hopeless animals that find themselves out of time at local shelters.
We provide rescue care, rehabilitative services, foster care and adoption placement to abandoned and stray dogs in the Houston metro area.
HHPP is an all-volunteer, foster based rescue. We don't have a shelter and rely on foster homes to provide our rescues with warm, loving home environments until they can adopted by permanent families.
Shelter Driving Directions
Our adoption events are held all over Houston. Please visit our website at www.hhpprescue.org under the Upcoming Events tab to see where we'll be next.
We serve the metro Houston, Texas area
1. Complete an Adoption Application
2. Include veterinarian information and two personal references
3. A home visit is scheduled
4. A meet and greet is scheduled so your new family member can meet the rest of the family
5. If the meet and greet goes well, the adoption contract is signed and the adoption fee is paid.
Adoption fees are $200 for adult dogs and $250 for puppies one year and less.