Altuve, Correa, Breggy: Puppies at Houston shelter named for Astros players

**EDITOR'S NOTE** As of 4:30 p.m. on Friday, all the pups have been adopted.

An adorable team of pups at a Houston shelter are named after Astros players, and they’re winning hearts.

Special Pals says puppies Raley, Correa, Altuve, Pressly, Breggy, Dusty and Yuli spent nearly two months in foster care and are now ready for new homes.

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"We took in a stray mom a couple months ago that was pregnant, and she had seven puppies," says executive director Becky French.

French says the mother is believed to be a Corgi-Husky mix and weighs about 25 pounds.

According to French, Altuve, Dusty, Correa and Pressly already have a home, but the other pups are available for adoption.

Special Pals is open for adoptions Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

Potential adopters will need to complete an application for review. Puppy adoptions are $250, and the dogs will be microchipped, vaccinated and spayed or neutered.

For more information on the application process and to see other adoptable pets, visit


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