True Blue Animal Rescue brought adoptable dogs to Brenham’s Hot Nights Cool Tunes community event in July. That was where Judge met his new family. They met him there and fell in love. Now Judge is happy in his new home! Thanks to Cheryl for fostering till he found his new family. If you’d like to foster or adopt please contact us at email@example.com to find out how! www.t-bar.org
True Blue Animal Rescue hosted a horse training day with trainer Juan Vendrell TcRanch Horsemanship. This educational event is a wonderful opportunity for both horses and people to learn. Juan is an accomplished horse trainer, instructor and author who has helped train many of our rescue horses. Go to www.tcranchhorsemanship.com for more information.
For information on upcoming events at True Blue Animal Rescue or to schedule and educational event go to www.t-bar.org and email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students from Alton Elementary School came to True Blue Animal Rescue to learn about and ride horses in May. Juan Vendrell TcRanch Horsemanship gave a lesson on handling and saddling horses. The students then enjoyed riding a horse and going on a hay ride. We are currently open to book scout troops, church groups and summer camps to learn about and ride horses. Contact True Blue Animal Rescue www.t-bar.org by calling 936-878-2349 or email email@example.com for more information
The two oldest dogs at TBAR Ranch, Laser and TBAR. Laser was found with his litter mates in a bag on the side of the road. Rescuing him was part of the inspiration to start True Blue Animal Rescue. His litter mates found homes but we kept Laser. He’s the black and white dog in the front. He is smiling.
TBAR, the brindle hound behind him was our first rescue dog after we started True Blue Animal Rescue. He is a shy dog so he never did find a home. When he was younger he used to climb the fences and patrol the farm making him the perfect watch dog for the ranch. They’re both in their teens now and might not be with us too much longer. These two characters have enriched our lives for years.
This week we have an 8 week old schnauzer mix puppy as our pet of the week. This little boy is current on shots, dewormed and ready for his forever home. If you’d like to adopt this little guy email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 936-878-2349. To see more pictures of him or his brother go to www.t-bar.org
Friends and family of Dr. Mary Portele have donated to TBAR in memory of their lost loved one. She was a horse woman and had a passion for these beautiful animals ever since she was a child. She was an eye doctor who practiced in the Houston area. She recently lost her horse but leaves behind her beloved kitty.
Vanilla Latte and Remi are in new homes this week. If you’d like to adopt a puppy, dog, cat, kitten or horse take a look at our adoptable pets and let us know!
Our pet of the week is Vanilla Latte. She is a very laid back cat that loves attention and will fit in just about anywhere. She even loves the dogs and plays with them a lot
She was born in May of 2012 so she is now almost 4 years old.
She is spayed and microchipped and declawed on the front feet. She is a total indoor cat and sleeps on the bed.
Her adoption fee is only $35 for the month of March. That’s half off the regular adoption fee.
For more information, please email email@example.com or call (936)878-2349 or go to www.t-bar.org for the adoption application.
These three pups have all been adopted thanks to a wonderful foster home’s networking. Animals get adopted from networking. Sometimes it’s our petfinder or our website, sometimes is facebook and sometimes the foster home finds them all homes. That was the case with these three lucky pups! Thanks Sarah for all your work making sure these pups are in good and loving homes! They were lucky to have had you on their side.
If you’d like to foster or adopt check out the animals that need homes and then email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
More adoptions this week! Stripes found his forever family and so did two of the schnauzer mix puppies! Stripes is smiling because he has two doggy siblings and a family of his own. We still have more dogs, puppies, cats and horses that are waiting for their forever home.
When one gets adopted we get to rescue more. Help rescue more animals by adopting your next pet. Go to www.t-bar.org and see if there’s one that you would like to meet. Then email us at email@example.com or call 936-878-2349 for more information on how to adopt!
Update: April 30, 2016 – Here’s an update on one of the schnauzer mix puppies named Marley by her new family. How cute is this girl!