Zoo Babies: Winter 2018 »
Check out the cutest newborns from zoos around the country and learn where you can see them.
900 Portway DrHouston, TX 77024
I adopted my Cinch from there about 2 years ago and hes attached to my side. hes spoiled and loved and I consider myself lucky to have found him. cinch was 100% healthy when I adopted him and has had no issues what so ever since. hes a Chihuahua cross and is a complete lap dog. I would adopt fr…
P O Box 62736Houston, TX 77205
Avon F., We are very sorry that you had a bad experience filling out an application. It is a simple 3 page form that is required of anyone who wishes to adopt. We use this application to insure that our rescued dogs are going to the most appropriate and secure homes and that the people who ar…
3200 Carr StHouston, TX 77026
WE ALMOST LOST OUR FUR BABY JEWEL!!! The intake technician that wears sunglasses inside told us-We do this several times a day, they will be fine. We recommend getting an E-collar for your male. I asked-What about Jewel, does she need one? Tech-No ma’am only males, they usually reach their incis…
900 Bagby StHouston, TX 77002
11723 Glenwolde DrHouston, TX 77099
I'm really bad about reviewing companies / products, but after I saw the two one stars I felt I should step in and describe my own experience.It's been about seven months now since I picked my little guy up, but I remember it being nothing but a smooth process. It wasn't instantaneous - you have…
17555 Katy FwyHouston, TX 77094
Love this place!! Got my Lucy baby there and I can't imagine life without her! The staff was so freindly and obviously loved the animals so much, the facility was surprisingly clean, and the animals seem fat and happy lol. I would recommend them to anyone
11925 Katy FwyHouston, TX 77079
Great place. Just need to remind everyone they are a kill shelter because no kill shelters have to refuse animals when they are full-usually meaning no cage space or no volunteers. When you are an animal owner faced with the tough decision of surrender and wait until the last minute to even begi…
Serving the Houston Area.
i would like to adopt a pet
202 W San Augustine StDeer Park, TX 77536
I have adopted two dogs from this facility. They are extremely diligent in the screening process for the protection and well being of the animals. I have only had positive experiences and would recommend anyone looking for a pet to check them out. They do require current vet records of your pet …
2002 Old Alvin RdPearland, TX 77581
The staff really cares about the health and comfort of the animals for adoption. They are a very small facility servicing a large amount of stray and owner turned in pets. Dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, etc, can be adopted here, so take a look in person or online.
4727 Spears RdManvel, TX 77578
We went to buy a teacup yorkie. I asked how big the dog was going to get since I knew that I only wanted a teacup 4lb dog. She said it would be 4lbs maybe 5lb but that she felt he was going to be 4lbs. Then she kept saying how he was the only one in the litter. Making me feel like she was sett…
Check out the cutest newborns from zoos around the country and learn where you can see them.
WE ALMOST LOST OUR FUR BABY JEWEL!!! The intake technician that wears sunglasses inside told us-We do this several times a day, they will be fine. We recommend getting an E-collar for your male. I asked-What about Jewel, does she need one? Tech-No ma’am only males, they usually reach their incision sites &causes infection. Females can’t reach their incisions. Almost a week after her surgery was terrifying since we were told she didn't need an E-collar! Jewel's incision busted &her entire intestinal tract hung from her body! She was strong &fought while we rushed her to the ER. The lead vet said she chewed off a piece of her small intestines thinking she was giving birth! They said this could’ve been prevented. Would’ve LOOKED horrible but wouldn’t have been anywhere near as bad with the collar! The Vets informed us any sex, any surgery, they ALWAYS require an E-collar. I contacted BARC-Board member Ms. Amneris Diaz. She knew which tech said it, hopes our dog is still alive &that we did whatever it took to save her. OF COURSE, but we don’t have funds like this! CareCredit gave an increase -cost climbed over $5,000. Diaz kept stating she was sorry but can't pay since we didn’t bring her back to BARC..REALLY!? You accept fault, but we didn’t risk her life, so you can’t pay? Diaz-Unfortunately our funds are only for the animals here. If we had to pay for every complaint or animals getting sick post treatment, we’d have to set aside millions & chuckled. There’s no way we could do that! I'm glad to hear that CareCredit worked out but our funds are needed here, especially since we do hundreds of these surgeries in a day.” Lost for words – this made me feel like many others have complained &received no luck. What about others? What if they didn’t make it? Should they really be doing mass surgeries like this!? HOW DARE THESE PEOPLE TRY TO EDUCATE OTHERS. Be aware/help spread the word that this is NOT acceptable! Absolutely NO ONE should have to go through this horror!
While I was happy to know that the Houston SPCA would accept 9 pups that someone dumped on us, I was disappointed to find out that if they determined there was any pitt bull at all in them they would be humanely euthanized. Since I didn't have any idea what kind they were, I was relunctant to bring them. They also said any pup under 5 lbs would be euthanized also. It seemed like the more questions I asked, the more negatively I thought of them. Ultimately, I found homes for the puppies myself.
BARC trespassed onto my property when the gate and fence were closed, stole my puppy from the front yard and left a note reading that if I wanted my puppy back then I would have to call BARC. I called and not one clerk answered the many calls. I left numerous messages with my name and phone number - no one returned my calls. The Supervisor admitted to trespassing but charged me $120.00. I began to write a check for $120.00 and the Supervisor stopped me when he saw me take out my pen. BARC Manager sold my puppy earlier that day. I called the Houston Police. They said that BARC legally in agreement with The City of Houston can go onto citizens' yards and steal animals to generate revenue for the City of Houston. Suzanne Hollifield of The Houston Police Department lies in Offense Reports so that innocent people will be fined in order to generate profit for the Police Department and City of Houston. BARC along with The City of Houston committed a Crime of Moral Turpitude.
My sister-in-law transported a dog for this company. They did not share with her the fact that this dog had a history of attacking people, or the fact that it was an owner - surrender for this very reason. The dog attacked her very severely. 27 bites (some to the bone) and $15,000 in medical bills later, and they have yet to even offer an apology. One of her kids could have just as easily been the victim, and I don't know how they would have survived this. I am saddened that they are not even offering an apology. Shame on you BARC. You are a pathetic excuse of a company. It is your responsibility to make sure these pets are safe before simply turning them over to people. This woman will wear this scar, both emotional and physical - for the rest of her life due to your careless behavior.
Avon F., We are very sorry that you had a bad experience filling out an application. It is a simple 3 page form that is required of anyone who wishes to adopt. We use this application to insure that our rescued dogs are going to the most appropriate and secure homes and that the people who are wanting to adopt are responsible pet owners. Some of our dogs receive 15 or 20 applications. They are not marked as adopted until a contract is signed.Also, once your application is approved, it is approved for any dog in our program. We have a very good success rate for adoptions - averaging 10 a week. If the dog you were wanting to adopt was not available, rest assured that it was adopted to the best family possible.Keep looking at our database because the perfect dog will be there for you too!
Absolutely horrible. I wasted nearly an hour filling out a form to adopt a dog that wasn't even available. Either they do a very poor job of updating what animals are up for adoption or they are flat out liars. Not worth dealing with.
I want a teacup Chihuahua cause i have a friend who has one and i thin they are so cute to have for a pet
I've fostered through 4 different Houston organizations over the past 2 years, and while none of them are perfect, my experience with AARF has been excellent. Especially considering the staff to foster ratio! Cindy Fitz, Micki D., Cindy H., and Steph Mashburn have all been easy to work with. AND my two fosters with AARF were adopted into great homes! I was glad that as the foster I got the final say on the adopter.
According to the Mayor's Task Force Report, Houston SPCA kills 65% of the animals that it takes in.
I adopted my Cinch from there about 2 years ago and hes attached to my side. hes spoiled and loved and I consider myself lucky to have found him. cinch was 100% healthy when I adopted him and has had no issues what so ever since. hes a Chihuahua cross and is a complete lap dog. I would adopt from here again. to people who want a dog, this is a really good place to go. they put the dog's health info on the kennel. just make sure you verify this w the receptionist as they can make mistakes from time to time. over all I had a very good experience. please adopt. cinch is so much more special to me because I chose him and I know I gave him a better life and saved him.