S.A.V.E Rescue Coalition was formed to help animal rescue groups in the Houston Metro area work effectively together for the purpose of reducing the homeless pet problem.

News from SAVE Rescue

“Clear the Shelter” Pro and Con

August 18 was the nationwide “Clear the Shelter” day with shelters and animal controls all over the nation participating in a day to bring awareness to the plight of shelter pets and increase adoptions from these facilities.  What could be wrong with this???? Nothing is wrong with shining a light on the problem of animal […]

3rd Annual Ride a Hog~SAVE a dog Motorcycle ride is just around the corner

Start making plans to attend our 3rd annual Charity Motorcycle Ride, September 15th. We will be raffling off a 2018 Harley-Davidson Fatboy Motorcycle. This is our largest fundraising event of the year, with lots of fun for everyone.  Pet Adoptions, Food, Vendors and a huge silent auction with so many diverse items from TUTS tickets […]

ON THE ROAD TO A NEW HOME-Rescue partnerships provide hope for overlooked pets

While Hurricane Harvey was devastating to our city, it did bring a ray of sunshine to the rescue community as the plight of so many homeless animals was blasted all over the US. Many out of state rescue organization reached out to the Gulf Coast to help and that help is still continuing today. Since Harvey through the end of March, we have transferred 256 dogs and cats to out of state rescues that have been carefully screened to match up with our standards and requirements for adoptable homes. While large breed dogs and puppies are a "dime a dozen" here, they are sought after by adopters in the northern regions ot the US including the Pacific Northwest, and the Great Lakes region as well as the East Coast. With harse winters and strict spay neuter ordinances, most shelters in these area have many empty foster homes and kennels. We have partnered with organizations whose values and requirements align with our, to send animals who languished for months in our area, to organizations where they were adopted before they arrived. While in most cases, transportation is free to us, each shelter requires vetting ranging from animals being fully vetted (spay/neutered, all vaccines and heartworm free) to having inital vaccines and a health certificate. SInce many of the animals going have been overlooked here, most are fully vetted with $150-750 in vetting when they leave. We cannot continue to ready these animals for transport without some support from the public.

$40 supplies a Health Certificate and exam
$85 provides a spay surgery
$65 provides a neuter surgery
$15 provides a Rabies vaccine

If you would like to help with the costs of sending these animals to new home please donate today! Every dollar helps

Who We Are

S.A.V.E. is a 100% volunteer organization. We have no salaries, office cost, etc. and we receive no government funding. Rescue Support, Adoptions, Fostering and everything else we do to help our animals is community based. If you want to be a part of reducing the 80,000+ animals in Houston that don’t make it to a home – there are many ways to help. Foster, Adopt, Donate.

S.A.V.E Rescue Coalition was formed to help local animal rescue groups in the Houston Metro area work more effectively together for the purpose of reducing the homeless pet problem through Spay/Neuter, Adoption, Volunteering andEducation,

SAVE became an active Rescue Group in Nov. 2012 and has taken over 4200 animals off the streets and out of local shelters to date. Many of our Adoptables are special circumstances, needing medical attention or other care before they can be placed. Your donations can be directed to help SAVE these at risk animals.

S.A.V.E. has been recognized by Guidestar.org, a charity rater, with its highest Platinum rating, for transparency of operations.

Our Pet Spotlight

Stali a perfect pup

Larger dogs get overlooked and so many are gems.  Stali is one of those dogs. She is the last of her litter looking for a home and with her stunning good looks we thought for sure she would be the first to find her forever family.  Stali is a border collie/maybe boxer mix, but with […]

UPDATE****ELVIS has left the building. ADOPTED

Elvis is ready to Rock and Roll out of here and into a home of his own. Elvis is housebroken and will not chew up your Blue Suede Shoes.  He is not a Hound Dog but probably a Chihuahua/pug mix. Don’t be Cruel and make poor Elvis wait too much longer for his forever home. […]

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