Our Facebook Page Reaches 3000 Fans!

bannerlikethankyouTBAR has slowly been nearing the 3000th “Like” on Facebook, and with all of the help of our fans we were able to make that milestone today! In this past week we gained over 80 followers, and our post asking you all to share our page was seen by more than 2000 people!

For those of you that don’t know, Facebook does not show all of our posts to all of our fans, in fact, Facebook only shows posts to about 16% of page followers! That is why it is so important for us to receive your “likes”, Comments, and “shares” on posts we upload to the TBAR Facebook and RAIN pages. The more interaction a post gets the more Facebook will share it with others. That is why it is so OUTSTANDING that we reached so many people through your shares this week. We can’t THANK YOU all enough for being such great supporters!  The animals thank you as well!

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Friday Fluff: Pyrenees Dogs


This past February True Blue Animal Rescue was asked to assist 4Paws Farm, a rescue center located in Hempstead, Texas, who was helping place sixteen Pyrenees dogs whose owner had passed away. Placing that many dogs at once would be hard on any rescue group and that is why networking with other rescue centers is so important. Thankfully the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society took seven of these lovely dogs and Golden Retriever Acres Senior Sanctuary took the female Golden Retriever in the group and the senior Pyrenees dog as well. True Blue Animal Rescue was asked to help place six dogs and the last senior female went to Betty Neblett who does private rescue.


Two of the beautiful dogs that Tbar was helping with were adopted out almost right away to an approved Tbar family. The remaining four were transferred to Tbar and vetted while they waited patiently for their new homes in New Jersey where the Eleventh Hour Rescue found adopters for them. While these dogs wait for their transport they are being worked with on socialization and being taught to walk on a leash. Now when their big three day trip to New Jersey comes and it is time to meet their new families they will be ready for them!

Thanks to the tremendous team effort of Nancy Stoorza of 4 Paws Rescue, Della Lindquist with the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society, Rhonda Blaschke and Kelly Gasser of Eleventh Hour Rescue and T-bar, these dogs have a second chance at a happy home life! We also want to congratulate the Miron family on their newest family members from adopting two of these lovely dogs in need. Remember if you or a loved one has a dog that needs to find a new home, never offer the dog for free, contact a rescue center for help finding them a quality new home. Adoptive homes are checked out by rescue groups and this will insure a safe new home life and environment for them, and the rescue can help you network your animal while you maintain them as a “foster home”.

TBAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit no-kill animal rescue organization. If you would like to help animals such as these please consider donating to TBAR, volunteering fostering or adopting. Every little bit helps us to help another animal in need of safety and rehabilitation. Save a life: adopt instead of shop and spay or neuter your pets!

*Edit and Update*
From Facebook:

Brenda Standefer Brady: I just read the blog. It was Great Pyrenees Rescue Society that went to the farm and took 6 dogs (not Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue). We loaded them in my 4-runner. Very happy to say they are all in NW in forever homes.

Read about the transport and adoption of Delia and Porthos here!


Spay Day 2014


February 25, 2014 is “World Spay Day” as organized by the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International.

TBAR would like to take today to once again share our support for getting all animals spayed or neutered to help prevent pet overpopulation and increase the quality of life of your pet. Spay/neuter is a proven way of saving lives and an important part of our community outreach. Ensuring your pet does not procreate ensures that their offspring doesn’t end up having offspring that end up homeless. In addition, animals that are fixed are less likely to have roaming urges (that end up in them getting into fights or hit by cars) and less likely to get certain types of cancer. We urge everyone to spay or neuter their pet, and to adopt new pets from animal rescues – there are more than enough to fill your hearts and homes!

TBAR has a special fund set up to assist people that need help paying for spay expenses. At this time, this fund allows us to pay for three spays a month using one of two low-cost clinics: The Animal Friends Connie Clinic on Hwy 36 in Brenham and CCC Clinic in Bryan (a new facility).

If you would like to donate to this fund you can do so by clicking here: Donate to the Spay/Neuter Fund

If you would like to apply for Spay Assistance please fill out THIS FORM and return it to [email protected]

For more information on Spay/Neuter you can visit:
Why You Should Spay/Neuter Your Pet
World Spay Day

Here is a great video series from the Humane Society that gives great information about Spay/Neuter and aftercare for your pet:

Spaying or Neutering Your Pet
What it Means to Spay/Neuter
What to Watch Out For after Spay/Neuter

We hope World Spay Day has helped to encourage you to spread the word on the importance of Spay/Neuter!
Again, here is the Spay Assistance Form:
TBAR Spay Assistance Request Form

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Pet of the Week: Harley!


Harley is a 10 month old Lab mix. She and her other buddies were saved from a field in Brenham. She is house trained and working on full obedience training. Harley loves to play with water, play fetch and has a loving compassion for hugs and loving.

T-BAR is 501(c)3 non-profit, no-kill animal rescue. Save a life and adopt instead of buying a pet.. If you are looking for or would like more information on Harley, or another animal you see, please call 936-878-2349 or email, [email protected] to make an appointment. Please remember to have all your pets spayed and neutered to help control pet overpopulation!

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Chili Cook Off 2013

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Cinammon gets to visit with her foster Mom, Shelli. Thanks to her new family for bringing her out to say hello!

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Tbar’s silent auction table.


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Melanie and Teresa.

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Alissa checks on Tbar horse Bubblegum.

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We always love hearing Leannasaurus Rex and we can’t thank them enough for playing today and donating all their tips to True Blue Animal Rescue!


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Line up of chili tents and vendors


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Silent Auction table

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The awesome BBQ pit that was donated by IHD for the silent auction!

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TBAR dog Lucky

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Agility demo

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Kid zone

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Face painting in the kid zone


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Chili judging

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Melanie and Ralph announcing silent auction winners

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A Tbar puppy gets adopted!

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Paul Patrinella and Bill Allen of Hairy Bikers, a reality TV show!

Chili Cook Off 2013 (46)Here are the Coloring Contest Winners from the Kid Zone at the Annual 2013 Chili Cookoff!

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