Dale is seeking an active home with kids | Forgotten Friends

She is a three-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback and Retriever mix who has been waiting two years for her very own home with humans to love.

KERRVILLE, Texas — Our “Forgotten Friends” series showcases a dog or cat each week that has spent a lengthy time at an area shelter, just waiting for someone to notice them and bring them home to love.

This week’s Forgotten Friend named Dale was impounded at Kerr County Animal Services for months and then just before the day she was to be euthanized, Kerrville Pets Alive pulled her from the shelter to save her life. For the last two years she has been boarded at a facility, just waiting for someone to bring her home to love.

Dale is super smart and has learned quite a few commands. One of her favorite things to play with is a rope toy.  She weighs about 48 pounds, and has a beautiful red coat.

Dale loves kids and her dream home would be one that is very active with children to take her hiking, swimming and on nature walks. She is very eager to please her humans and also learns new things very quickly.

She absolutely loves people, and gets really excited when she first meets someone, but when the command “settle” is given, she goes into a sit right away.  

Dale has lots of dog friends at the boarding facility, but what she really wants is a loving home of her own. 


Dale is spayed, updated on all vaccines and currently on heartworm and flea preventative.

If you would like to add Dale to your family, contact Kerrville Pets Alive! at info@kerrvillepetsalive.org. Her adoption fee is $125. 

Kerrville Pets Alive is an all-volunteer animal welfare charity serving Kerr County. You can check out their adoptable pets on Petfinder or visit their adoption events every first and third Saturday between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., at 2102 Memorial Blvd. in Kerrville.

For whoever adopts Dale, Lucy’s Doggy Daycare & Spa will be lending a paw by offering them a free “Glow Up” Day at the Spa, which includes a massage therapy bath and Pawdicure. One of Lucy’s most cherished core values is to continue Lucy’s legacy of giving back to pups in need, as Lucy herself was a rescue!

KPA is open seven days a week by appointment – email info@kerrvillepetsalive.org or call (713) 855.6291. You can also fill out an adoption application on their website.

Get more information at kerrvillepetsalive.org.

Are you not quite ready to adopt an animal, but would like to help Kerrville Pets Alive! with their mission to help animals in Kerr County? You can donate to their organization by clicking here. KPA uses their resources to help with medical care funding, volunteers, rescue, transport, equipment and resources to save impounded pets.

KPA! also assists Kerr County Pet owners in need by providing year-round FREE microchips, FREE Vaccine Clinics and FREE pet food and supplies. 

You can donate to KPA via their website at kerrvillepetsalive.com, or mail donations to: 317 Sidney Baker S., Ste. 400, PMB 345, Kerrville, Texas, 78028 or in person at 414 Clay in Kerrville. 

You can also visit their Amazon wish list on their website and order pet food and supplies that they need to help the animals.

Kerrville Pets Alive is also always in need of volunteers. CLICK HERE to find out how you can make a difference. 

You can follow Kerrville Pets Alive! on Facebook and Instagram.

Remember when you adopt a shelter pet, you save two lives… the one you bring home with you and the one that now will be saved because the shelter has more room.

If you know of a Forgotten Friend that has been overlooked and is still looking for a “furr-ever” home, contact Andrea at acarden@kens5.com.

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