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Want to adopt a pet? Here are 5 delightful doggies to adopt now in San Antonio

Photos: Petfinder
Photos: Petfinder

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are dozens of cuddly canines up for adoption at animal shelters in and around San Antonio, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect fit.

Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of dogs available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Pierre, Yorkshire terrier mix

Pierre is a male Yorkshire terrier mix being kept at Poquita Paws Rescue.

Pierre gets along well with cats and dogs. Pierre will do best in a home without small children. He has mastered his house-training etiquette. He has had all his shots.

Here's what Pierre's friends at Poquita Paws Rescue think of him:

Pierre's right front leg is damaged, but functional. He was taken to a neurology veterinarian and she suspects a incomplete spinal injury, but does not inhibit his ability to function well. He looks a bit strange when running, but has no difficulty getting where he wants to go. He is a very lovable little dog that loves attention and be with his people. He will run the backyard and enjoys exploring. 

Read more about Pierre on Petfinder.

Sage, terrier

Sage is a darling female terrier dog currently housed at SNIPSA Inc.

Sage is a social butterfly, and she'll get along great with other dogs, cats and children. No need to worry: She is already house-trained. She is vaccinated and spayed.

Sage's current caretakers say:

With that adorable faux hawk and scruffy coat, little Sage makes everyone smile! She is a loyal gal and attaches quickly to her human. She'll greet you at the door and follow you around the kitchen with her tail constantly wagging. Sage loves other dogs and doesn't bother the cat. She's definitely a smart and impressive little lady — always willing to learn more and make you happy.

Daisy Mae, chihuahua and papillon mix

Daisy Mae is a charming female chihuahua and papillon mix being cared for at SNIPSA Inc.

Daisy Mae will get along great with your other dogs, cats and kids. She's already house-trained. She has been vaccinated and spayed.

Notes from Daisy Mae's caretakers:

With her tiny legs, fluffy ears, and big smile, Daisy Mae is the happiest little girl you'll meet! She loves to run around with her foster friends all day long. When she isn't running around, this little Daisy is wagging her tail while snuggling up in your arms! Daisy Mae is super smart and always wants to impress you. 

Apply to adopt Daisy Mae today at Petfinder.

Bagel, beagle

Bagel is an adorable female beagle dog currently housed at SNIPSA Inc.

Bagel is eager to make friends — she's happy to keep company with other dogs, cats and children. She has had all of her shots, and she is spayed. She's already house-trained.

Bagel's current caretakers say:

Meet Bagel the Beagle! This even-tempered beagle is always in a happy mood! She will greet you with an open mouth smile and a tail wag before plopping right over for a belly rub. She loves to go for walks and a typical beagle and she always has her nose to the ground when she is outside — taking in all the smells and following every scent. 

Read more about how to adopt Bagel on Petfinder.

Freeway, mastiff and Staffordshire bull terrier mix

Freeway is a male mastiff and Staffordshire bull terrier mix staying at Katie's Roadside Rescue.

Freeway is a true family dog, and children will love him. No other pets please: He is looking for family without other dogs or cats. He's been vaccinated and neutered. He's already house-trained.

Notes from Freeway's caretakers:

Freeway is a big handsome lunk of love! He is a big boy. He does not jump on people. He does like to give kisses and he really wants to be chillin' on the couch with you. He has a "knot" on his rear leg and a scar so maybe he had an injury at one time. Doesn't seem to bother him or affect his mobility. 

Read more about how to adopt Freeway on Petfinder.


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