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All of the funds (100%) donated to Love And Rescue go directly to an animal in need as we have no overhead and no administrative fees.

This would include: emergency care, food, vaccines, surgery, x-rays, medication, play time and a variety of other things that our furry friends need to stay happy and healthy while under the shelter or foster’s supervision. All animals adopted from Love And Rescue are micro-chipped, fully vaccinated, and spayed/neutered.

Love And Rescue takes in animals of all ages, breeds, shapes, sizes, color, pregnant, healthy or unhealthy. Below are some of our most beloved cases. Without the help of fosters, volunteers, and donors they would have never gotten their second chance at life.


Medical Case: Abscess

Reese was found on the front yard of someones home in Pearland. Everything seemed okay in her initial vet check up so we figured she was just scared and timid of a new environment. One night in her fosters home her abscess burst and she was rushed to the vet. She had a drained put into the side of her body to drain the wound. After a few months everything began to heal and her fur eventually grew over the scar.

For more information on abscesses in dogs please click the link below.



Medical Case: Mange (Canine Scabies)

Zena and Zuri were found in the woods with three other living siblings, one dead sibling, and their dead mom. They were about 8 weeks old, infected with all kinds of worms, and had scabies. Zena and Zuri had to be quarantined for a month. Their foster had to nurse them back to health in her spare bathroom. In the end she couldn’t part with either dogs and thought they should remain together so she adopted them both!

For more information on mange please click the link below. If you think your dog has mange please consult with a vet immediately.



This girl is famous. She made the news! She was hit by a car and roamed around for days with a broken leg. She eventually hobbled into a fire station where someone posted a picture and social media came together to help this girl. Two wonderful foster families later, she is in her forever home.



Medical Case: Broken Foot

Lacy was abandoned at a gas station in Pasadena. She was 8 weeks old and had a broken and infected foot.  She was confined in her kennel and restrained from moving so she can get the best chance at walking on all 4 legs again. Lacy then went through 6 months and 2 surgeries to fix her foot.

For more information on dogs with broken bones please click the link below. If your dog is limping please contact your vet immediately.



Medical Case: Leg Amputation

Trey was a breeder puppy with a deformed leg that the breeder was going to be euthanized. An acquaintance of the breeder pleaded with them to surrender him and they did. Despite attempts to save Trey’s leg. Cutting off a leg is never easy but we were fortunate enough that Trey was strong enough to withstand the surgery and recovery.

For more information on dogs with amputated legs please click the link below.



This sweet girl was found on a construction site with a broken hip! One of our amazing volunteers brought her in and we found her a wonderful medical foster who couldn’t give her up…we call that a foster failure…aka angel in disguise!


Hobby was found by Hobby airport…hence the name. This baby had a terrible skin infection and heart worms. His amazing medical foster allowed him to rest, and gave him the care he needed until he was adopted into his forever home.


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