Boston Terrier Rescue of Greater Houston, Inc.
Also known as BTRGH, we are a group of volunteers who tirelessly donate their time and talents to the mission of rescuing Boston Terriers.
Jul 07, 2015
by Karen Toupard
We want to thank everyone for all the adoptions, fosters and donations coming in! If you are currently looking to adopt, or maybe just want to give one of these babies a home until someone adopts please fill out the appropriate application. It really does mean a lot to them! Again, Thank you! – BTRGHRead More
KPRC Channel 2 in Houston covered the BTRGH rescue operation of the Puppy Mill dogs. Click the link below to read the story and see the news video. http://www.click2houston.com/news/terrier-rescue-group-saves-dogs-prepares-for-adoption/28059676 WOAI News 4 San Antonio reported the story when Bexar County first raiRead More
BTRGH has a “wish list” on Amazon.com for some items we need to help our rescues! Please click on the link below and help us if you can! http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/3SOFJCUK3BTQN/ref=cm_sw_em_r_wsvl_dirhub03N49FK_wf Read More
Click on the link below to watch a beautiful, touching tribute to the dogs rescued from a Bexar County puppy mill in September 2014, and all the volunteers who helped bring them to safety. Grab a box of tissues…it’s a tearjerker. This video montage is a excellent example of why we do what we do here atRead More
BTRGH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation focusing primarily on the rescue, rehabilitation, and permanent rehoming of abandoned, neglected, abused and surrendered Boston Terriers.
We are extremely proud to have the first and only rescue shelter in the country designed specifically to house homeless Boston Terriers!
Our goal is to reduce the number of homeless, neglected and abused animals in our country, and place them into responsible, loving forever homes. We accept Boston Terriers into our program from Texas and adjacent states, many of whom have been found as strays, are injured or abused, or are just no longer wanted by their owners. We have intake requirements for owner-surrendered and stray dogs; however, we do not refuse any Boston Terrier because of his/her age or medical condition.
All dogs who come into our care are thoroughly examined by our veterinarians, treated for any illnesses or injuries (most commonly heartworms and broken bones); spayed/neutered; administered all vaccinations; dewormed, bathed; and immediately placed on flea and heartworm preventative. Once they have been treated and receive a clean bill of health, they are ready for their new home.
If you are interested in adopting any of our wonderful Bostons, please complete an application from our adoptions page. Thank you for your support of Boston Terrier Rescue!