Brownies 09045 Return to Help TBAR


The Brownie troop that came to learn about and spend time with our rescue animals sent us the sweetest rescue card and girl scout cookies to thank us for having them out! That made our day. What a great group of girls!!

Bluebonnet Festival 2017

TBAR volunteers and foster homes had a great time at the Bluebonnet Festival in Chappel Hill.We had items for donation and adoptable dogs that could be met and played with.

A gift for dogs

A very special friend came out and delivered some amazing dog treats for the dogs at True Blue Animal Rescue. These are all natural and long lasting treats that made the dogs very happy! They are quietly chewing and enjoying their special treats and wanted to say Thank You for your thoughtful gift.

Brownie troop TBAR visit

These compassionate girls from Brownie troop 09045 brought food and treats for the animals of True Blue Animal Rescue and then had some fun interacting with and learning about them.

Horse Clinic with Juan 2017

The Training Clinic was a great success. We all learned a lot watching Juan work with the rescue horses. The foster homes that brought horses went home with lots of new techniques to try while working with their horse to make them ready for adoption. We are all better at catching that hard to catch horse, round penning, lunging and ground driving our horses. Next session will be all about warming our horses up and riding! Do you want to meet some rescue horses and learn more about working with them? Watch our fb page and websitewww.t-bar.org for the next session or make an appointment to come meet them by emailing us at help@t-bar.org

Horse adoption: Eeyore

We love when the animals we rescue end up exactly where they belong. A week ago we weren’t sure if this little horse would survive but look at him now!

Fundraiser: Cover For the Dogs

True Blue Animal Rescue is a 501c3 non profit organization that takes in abused and neglected dogs, rehabilitates them and finds them new homes.

We have outdoor kennels and play yards for the dogs to exercise in. The kennels have tarp covers that keep them dry but they are still out in the elements for the most part. It doesn’t get cold often in Texas but when it does the dogs go in their dog houses to stay warm. The hardest weather for the dogs is the heat. The tarps provide cover but just not enough to really give them good shade. In addition the tarps often rip and have to be replaced.

A good solid roof would give the dogs more shade coverage to help keep them cooler and protected from the rain. From this well built structure we can build walls to enclose this building and we can add heat and air conditioning for the dogs.

It will cost $10,000 to have the structure and tin roof built over the kennels. This will improve the lives of the hundreds of rescue dogs that we take in each year.

You can donate at GoFundMe. Thank you for your support. All donations are appreciated and all donations are tax deductible.