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If you need a list of dog rescues in Harris County, Texas, the following compilation has been put together especially for you.
K-9 Angels Rescue opened in 2012 with a mission to rescue healthy and adoptable dogs and cats from shelters in the Houston area before they are unnecessarily put down. K-9 Angels Rescue aims to foster all rescued pets in their care in homes rather than house them in kennels to aid the transition from shelter to forever home.
You can see all the adoptable dogs and cats here and, when you find a pet you’d like to adopt, read the guidelines and apply here. K-9 Angels Rescue relies on donations from the local community; you can support the rescue by donating money or volunteering your time. Contact them if you have any other questions or need further information.
Founded by Angela Birkelbach in 2014, Houston Pets Alive works with local shelters to save as many pets as they have foster families to house them. Houston Pets Alive works specifically with those pets at risk of being put to sleep at a shelter within 24 hours, so they do not take in any pets surrendered directly by the public.
If you’re interested in adopting a dog or cat from Houston Pets Alive, check out this site to see all animals available and apply for adoption. You can also help support Houston Pets Alive by donating money or supplies following the guidelines here or by visiting or donating to their thrift shop on Nottingham Street in Houston. Have any other questions? Contact them using the appropriate email found here.
What originally started as a lost and found social media site, Spring Branch Rescue in Houston has evolved into an independent rescue adopting out helpless and abandoned pets from the Harris County area. Unlike some of the other rescues who will only adopt pets to families in Harris County, Spring Branch Rescue has created a network of foster families and rescues on the west side of the Rockies to help pets find forever homes wherever they are. You can see available pets for adoption and apply to adopt one by visiting here.
You can help support Spring Branch Rescue by donating via PayPal or through purchases on Chewy.com or Amazon. Want to learn more about the rescue or how to become a foster parent? Contact them using their online form.
Blue River Animal Rescue opened in 2020 in Houston to help find homes for the growing number of homeless and abandoned pets in the Harris County area through fostering and community outreach. They host adoption events at local businesses and use their social media accounts to find forever homes for the pets in their foster care.
You can help foster or volunteer at the animal rescue by emailing them or you can donate money directly to the rescue via PayPal. Have any other questions? Contact them using their online form or through email.
Located in Houston, Paw Pact Rescue aims to rehabilitate and rehome any animal that comes into their care, whether they are surrendered by the public or rescued from a local shelter. The animals are fostered with local families and provided appropriate veterinarian services, as well as being spayed/neutered, microchipped, and dewormed before being adopted out to their forever homes. You can see all available pups on their social media pages.
Gulf Coast Tiny Paws Rescue was opened in 2020 in Clear Lake, Texas, rescuing and rehabilitating animals from the greater Gulf Coast area, reaching as far east as Lake Charles, Louisiana and as far west as Austin, Texas. They specialize in rescuing abandoned and homeless puppies, kittens, and neonate pets who need a bit of extra care before finding their forever home. All animals are housed in foster homes to help provide that extra close attention they need before being adopted. You can see all available animals up for adoption here.
If you’d like to support Gulf Coast Tiny Paws, you can donate through any of the methods listed here or by becoming a volunteer. Contact them to find out how to become a foster family or for any other information.
Three Little Pitties Rescue opened in Houston in 2018 to rescue abandoned and at-risk cats and dogs from shelters and homes around Texas. These animals are then fostered with local foster carers before being adopted to families from outside of Texas. You can see all animals available for adoption here.
You can help Three Little Pitties by registering as a volunteer or donating in one of the many ways listed here. You can also support the rescue by purchasing branded merchandise. Contact them for more information or if you have any questions about how else you can help support their mission.
DREAM is a dog rescue in Houston focusing on helping abandoned and surrendered dachshunds find new homes. The volunteers at DREAM ensure all dachshunds in their care have been vaccinated, dewormed, and spayed/neutered before they are adopted. You can see all available dachsies up for adoption here.
Looking to support DREAM? You can apply to be a volunteer or donate directly to the rescue via PayPal or personal check mailed to the rescue. Check out their contact page for information regarding fostering, surrendering, or any other information you might need.
If you’re looking for a German Shepherd rescue, look no further than Lani’s Lucky Shepherds of Houston. They house all dogs in their care with foster families to help rehabilitate and socialize the German Shepherds before they get adopted into their forever homes. You can see all adoptable German Shepherds here.
You can help support Lani’s Lucky Shepherds by volunteering or by donating directly to the rescue. You can also apply to foster a rescued German Shepherd. If you have any questions or need more information, contact them via one of their social media pages.