Two more of the 19 pups we took in last month found wonderful forever homes this week! Now there’s only one puppy left waiting for a special person to adopt her. Would you like to adopt? Look at our adoptable puppies, dogs, cats and horses that are available for adoption and email [email protected] for more info. One of them is waiting for you!
Three more of our puppies have gone to new homes!
These are three of the pups that were abandoned on the side of the road and now they’re safe and loved. We have two more pups from this litter looking for new homes and others too! If you’d like to adopt, check out adoptable pets and then email [email protected] to arrange to meet and adopt!
We couldn’t be happier to have Roscoe, who had been with us a year, and Sally, who we had for months, adopted into wonderful furever homes!
Nothing makes us happier than to see these happy endings. If you’d like to adopt an adult dog, a puppy, a horse or a cat, check out our listings then email [email protected] to arrange to meet and adopt!
More puppies with their new families!
Ranger and Daisy are two more lucky puppies that went from being dumped on the side of the road to being loved and adored. Lucky puppies and lucky families. We still have six puppies that are looking for homes. If you’d like to adopt a puppy into your family check out our pups, dogs, cats and horses and then email us at [email protected] to schedule a meet and greet.
Two more adopted puppies! These lucky puppy’s dream came true when they got a family of their own.
Sometimes our foster homes fall in love with their foster animal and end up adopting.
That is what happened with these three lucky dogs! Each foster home just couldn’t let them go and decided to adopt. We do call that foster failure but it’s and adoption success at the same time.
Thank you to these foster / adopters and hooray for Cletus, Ryder and Cortez.
If you’d like to foster. foster to adopt or adopt, email [email protected] to let us know what you can do to help us rescue animals and end abuse, neglect and overpopulation.
More of True Blue Animal Rescue dogs that have been adopted! We couldn’t be more happy for them and for the lucky families that adopted them. Adopt, don’t shop! Check out our other adoptable dogs, cats and horses!
Success story…TBAR’s Bella was adopted earlier this year by Ben, who is a student at A&M and far from his home and family in Tennessee. Ben contacted us to send Thanksgiving wishes and let us know that Bella is with him, visiting his family. This picture just says it all…she’s a great dog and good with the entire family.
As her foster Mom, this just warms my heart. – Whitney
This weeks success story is a foster failure. Stephanie found the litter of dogs on her property and became their foster home. As they found homes Stephanie decided that Coco and Danny fit in to the family and should just stay. Hooray for Coco and Danny and their new home! If you’d like a new pet, please check out our adoptable pet list and let us know by emailing [email protected] or calling 936-878-2349
Grayheart was part of the Wood county seizure we did several years ago. She came to TBAR as a skinny little filly. She was dark gray with a white heart on her forehead. Today her color has changed to a beautiful gray and the heart is barely visible. But, isn’t she beautiful? I just love when our adopters keep in touch! Thank you Amanda Bolander!
Now that all the puppies are adopted their sweet Mama, now named Cocoa, found a home too! Happy tails for the whole Schnauzer mix family!! Adopt, don’t shop! You won’t regret it.