Now through April 30th, every dollar you
donate will be matched!

Your gift ensures that all our four-legged friends
receive the medical care, socialization support,
heartworm, flea & tick preventative treatment, and
well-balanced meals, as well as love, care and play!

A true friend
leaves paw prints
on your heart.

No-Kill Shelter and Sanctuary.
Rescue, Rehab, Rehome.

Enjoy Making A Difference

Join us at one of our many Straydog events
to help give back to our fur friends
and support our mission.

Pups of the Week

Meet Gypsy and Journey! These two sweet pups were dumped in the back yard of a Good Samaritan who fostered them for a little while on their small farm before they came here to Straydog. They are 5-month old Lab Retriever/Australian Shepherd mix pups and our caregivers are training them on how to be well-mannered puppies. They adore children and get along with other dogs. They are each looking for a forever family who loves to play and cuddle!

New Residents!

Phil, Tike, and Rihanna are 5 month old siblings who were rescued on the side of the road by a good samaritan. After being rescued and receiving the love, care and attention they needed, they are ready to find their forever homes! They would do great in homes with kids to grow up and play with or even just being the only child. Come visit the shelter to meet them!

Atticus (8mo old Doberman mix) was found very skinny and in need of immediate medical care. He’s all better now and gaining weight. This happy little puppy loves running around and being chased by our caregivers.

Buster (8mo old Lab Retriever mix) was found on a country road dodging traffic. This sweet, handsome boy loves other dogs and is looking for a forever home with a young energetic family.

May (4mo old American Staffordshire Terrier mix) was found with her mom running on the street in front of our shelter. She’s a beautiful, squiggly little puppy who is looking forward to growing up with a family of her own.

Contact us to schedule a visit to come meet them!


Join Our Mission: To rescue and rehabilitate homeless and abandoned dogs in a no-kill environment until each is adopted into a caring, loving home; and to act as a sanctuary for those dogs who are never adopted.

Our supporters change the lives of abandoned and abused dogs. Our work is fueled by our mission – and your compassion.

It is against Texas law to dump or abandon animals. Due to recent instances of abandonment, our property is now under surveillance.


Years in Operation


Dogs in Our Care


Forever Homes Found