Pet of the Week: Roman (dog)

TBAR-Adoptable-Dog-RomanToday’s pet of the week is Roman. This lab / great dane mix is a big boy at 82 pounds but he’s well behaved and learns very quickly. He walks pretty well on lead. He has learned to sit, working on stay, shake paws, crawl and is easy to feed. He is a fun/goofy boy that doesn’t play well with other dogs. He’d be a great companion and guard dog in a single pet family. Email [email protected] or call 936-878-2349 if you’d like to meet and possibly adopt Roman.

Success Story: Sir Henry

TBAR-Adopted-Sir-Henry-CatSir Henry was adopted this week! We’re so happy that one of our wonderful kitties found a forever home. If you’re thinking about adopting a cat or a kitten take a look at the ones on our web site We have kittens and adult cats that are desperate for forever homes and February is the month to do it since we’re offering 1/2 off on adoptions right now. That’s only $35 and it covers spay / neuter and all vaccinations. Adopt, don’t shop!

Pet of the Week: Roman (dog)

TBAR-Roman-Dog-Pet-of-the-weekThis week the pet of the week is Roman, a Labrador Retriever / Great Dane mix. He is an adult neutered male, and weighs in at 82 pounds. His new family will find him to be a fun and goofy pup who is easy to feed, walks well on a lead and has learned to sit. He’s still working on his other manners, such as stay, shake paws, and crawl. He’s also getting used to crating!

February only: Our TBAR adoption fees are only $75 for dogs!

Contact [email protected] for more info on Roman or any of our other animals!

Success Story: Harry (horse)

TBAR-Success-Harry-HorseThis beautiful Bay Thoroughbred named Harry has been adopted! This is his first day with his new pasture mate and it looks like they already like each other. His adoption family confirmed that he is getting along and the two have become best friends. Would you like to adopt a horse? Take a look at our web site and email or call for more information: [email protected] or 936-878-2349. We have several horses that are ridable. All they need is you!

Pets of the Week: Sir Henry and Sir Nicholas

TBAR-Adoptable-Cats-Sir-Henry-NicholasThis week we have two six month old kittens for pet of the week. Sir Henry and Sir Nicholas are two sweet, fun loving little boys. They are current on shots, neutered and ready to be adopted into a family of their own. If you’d like to adopt, email [email protected] to find out more about our adoption process and check out our website to view some of the other cats, dogs and horses that are waiting for a home of their own too.

Adopt Me! Winston

Winston was found on the streets broken and beaten. Lucky for him he ended up with a foster Mom who is also a nurse. She helped him become physically and mentally healthy and ready for a new home. She was fine with fostering him and loving him until his perfect owner came along but then her health declined and she’s not sure how long she can keep him. Please read what she wrote about Winston and share till his forever home is found. Email [email protected] to adopt Winston

Winston is a definite old soul but loves to chew, gnaw, sun bathe and chase his toys around. He also loves his clothes (sweaters, T shirts, and jerseys) and don’t try to take his collar with tags off, he freaks out. He surely knows how to entertain himself as well. He loves to cuddle, go on walks, car rides and hog any bed.

He absolutely LOVES people. He doesn’t particularly feel safe with other dogs yet but has made long strides with this process. I remove all food, toys/ bones and his lock his crate when other dogs are around to ensure he feels comfortable and not insecure due to his past. He is not good with cats, since he chases them out of my yard. He is a protector for sure, especially within the house and yard.
He will be the perfect home protector and companion with any person that is seeking a single companion or one animal home.

I have had Winston since February 2015. He is up to date on shots, heart worm negative and has been altered. Please note that he loves children however I would say that he would probably be better off with pre teens and older since he does enjoy to play tug of war with his rope toys.

The perfect parent for this fur baby will receive all of his clothing, crate, bowls, portable water bowl for walks, toys, bones, both his beds and food once he is adopted to ease the transition of his FUREVER parent(s) or family.

Read more about Winston:

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Success Story: Nina

TBAR-Success-Nina-Dog-AdoptedThe chili cookoff at Independence Harley Davidson was a great fundraiser and a fabulous adoption day too! Our dogs got a lot of attention and this sweet girl, Nina, found her forever family too! Here’s a picture of Nina with her new Mom and Dad and brother Jack. If it all works out Nina’s new name might be Jill. (Jack and Jill) How cute is that!
Please consider adopting one of our rescue pets. Go to and take a look at the dogs, cats and horses that are waiting for their forever home.

Buccaneer Blackout: Dec 2016

We were invited to bring TBAR rescue dogs to an event at Blinn College in Brenham on December 10th, 2015. The purpose was to give the students something fun to do that would releive stress. Knowing that animals are great stress releivers David Michener, the director of student leadership and activities at Blinn, came up with the great idea to bring rescue dogs to the college for an event he called ‘Pets for Less Stress’. It was something new and we weren’t sure how well it would be received so I never imagined that when we got there we’d see over 100 students waiting to love on some rescue dogs. This turned out to be one of my favorite events. It was good for the students and good for the rescue dogs too. Just look at all the smiles in these pictures. We look forward to doing this again in the spring when exam time rolls around again and this time we’re going to bring a lot more dogs!

Pet of the Week: Harry

TBAR-Pet-of-the-Week-HarryThis week’s pet of the week is a Harry. Harry is a Thoroughbred gelding. He is almost 16 hands tall and is a very sweet boy. He is about 15 years old, sweet and gentle with people and kids. He leads well and stands for a farrier. He has had some wonderful natural horsemanship training and will accept a saddle and the weight of a rider but needs an experienced rider to finish his training to get him trail ready. If you are interested in this beautiful bay colored horse please email us at [email protected] or call 936-878-2349 so we can tell you more about him and help you through the adoption process. Please consider adopting before you purchase an animal. Each adoption makes room for us to rescue another animals. Go to to view other animals for adoption.