SITUATION CRITICAL - The shelter is on total over-load!!!
Dogs are in jeopardy, and need to be placed out of the shelter right away!!!

The shelter is disrupted by construction of new kennels to replace the old ones - which are in bad condition!!! As many dogs as possible need to be placed out/ loaned out as soon as possible. If you are a rescue, foster, etc. PLEASE take as many of the animals as you can. Goto: Sabine Humane Society to see the animals they have. THANKS for anything you can do!!!!!!!!

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Pictures Below

NAYLA & NATASHA need your help! (They need it right away!!!)

They are at Sabine Humane which also serves as Animal Control.
There have been a lot of dogs coming in, keeping the shelter stressed.
So, help for Nayla & Natasha, and the other dogs, is URGENT-ly needed.
Sabine Humane is in Many, Louisiana (near the Texas border).
Long Distance Transportation may be possible! (See below).


Nayla and Natasha are wonderful hounds!

They are in great shape, and
they would be easily trained!!

They are anxious to please!! They are great with children!! And, they would make great family pets!!

Truly good dogs!!

They thrive better when they can regularly get out and take in new sights and smells!!

They need to get out of the shelter! Please help save them!!!

Both Nayla and Natasha are 8-months-old, and both weigh 22-23 pounds. They are heartworm
negative, up-to-date on shots, micro-chipped, and both are spayed.

PLEASE give them a home (TOGETHER or SEPARATELY), or help find them someone to adopt/foster/rescue.


Ellen Abington at 318-471-6910 or

The Sabine Humane Society [at:]
cannot hold dogs indefinitely, so PLEASE adopt/foster/rescue!!!

Once the shelter gets full (as it is now), time gets short for some.
And, it happens so quickly!!!

Long-distance adoption may be possible.
Contact: P.A. Wood at


Nayla 1:

Nayla 2:

Natasha 1:

Natasha 2:


See Also:

Trip at .................. [CRITICAL!]

Sugar at

Sara Bell at

T-Bone at

Astro at

Jed at

Duke at

Holiday at

Henry at

Eli at

Ariel at

They are all great dogs!! And, they are "over their limit"!!