Happy tails! Shane was adopted in December and he will be starting training to see if he can be a Flyball dog!
A Special Thank you to all the Officers, Staff, and Volunteers that helped us here at True Blue Animal Rescue during 2016!!
We had 8 instances of our last fundraiser of the year, pet photos with Santa. Thanks to all staff volunteers who coordinate and help with these events!
More puppies! These little darlings will be ready to adopt in a few weeks. AI think she’s getting cuter every day!ll of our adoptable pups are on the website
This little girl is getting cuter every day!
Merry Christmas from True Blue Animal Rescue. You can see the smile on Cookie’s face as she sits near her babies knowing they are safe and warm for the holiday. It wasn’t long ago that she was abandoned in the woods and left to fend for herself. Her babies will be ready to go to their new homes in another week and then she’ll go up for adoption too. Donations to help us care for dogs like Cookie and her babies can be made from our facebook page, our web site or mailed to True Blue Animal Rescue, PO Box 1107, Brenham, TX 77834.
Four more puppies have been adopted! That leaves only three of these catahoula / border collie / lab mix puppies left for adoption! These puppies are ready to go to their forever homes for the holidays. View the pets we have available for adoption, there are lots to choose from. If you’re interested in adopting one of them email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 936-878-2349
True Blue Animal Rescue Dogs had fun at Blinn College in Brenham during ‘Pets for Less Stress’ which is a great opportunity for the students to destress during exam week while the dogs get lots of attention and exercise
A great big thank you to the Young Professionals of Washington Co for thinking about the animals of True Blue Animal Rescue by collecting and donating food, treats and a check for them. Pictured on the left is Jennifer Phillips of the Young Professionals, giving a donation to Melanie DeAeth, President, True Blue Animal Rescue.
Puppy # 6 is adopted! His new name is Hootie and as you can see his family loves him very much! If you’re interested in adopting a puppy check out the line up of adoptable pets. We have pups available and more pups coming as they are old enough to put up for adoption!
When Emery turned 9 she didn’t ask for gifts for herself, she asked for gifts for the animals! True Blue Animal Rescue horses were blessed when she showed up on Sunday with horse feed, buckets, halters and $161 to buy more feed! Thank you Emery and your wonderful family. You have a heart of gold.
TBAR president, Melanie DeAeth, was interviewed and quoted in this YeePet article, “3 Things Rescue Volunteers Want You to Know About Homeless Pets“. It is a great article that includes many rescue quotes and perspectives. Check it out!