WELCOME to Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue, where pups are our passion.
Not in a position to adopt but would still like to help one of the pups??
Please consider making a one time or monthly donations
Your generous gift to Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue goes directly to work taking dogs out of harm’s way and placing them in loving homes. This takes the form of medical care, shelter, support and love. Thank you for making a huge difference in a dog’s life.
Happy Tails Adoption Pictures
We love it when our adoptive parents think of us and send us updates with pictures.
We hope you enjoy viewing these pictures as much as we do!
You can see more by clicking on the Happy Tails tab.
Happy Tails is a special section on our web page where we have photos and stories of dogs and pups that were adopted through our organization.
Latest News of the Rescue
Dog Body Language
Dogs really can speak.
You just have to know their body language.
Learn the subtle signs of stress or anxiety that can indicate a dog’s discomfort.
Dogs can’t tell us when they are uncomfortable, but they do communicate through their body language.
These signals can range from yawning to lip licking to a head turn and are precursors to growling and bites.
If you see a dog giving these signals when they are interacting with your child, it is your responsibility to step in and redirect your child or the dog.
Teach your children to respect the dog’s space and the dog’s body.
Just because one dog tolerates being crawled on or grabbed or mounted like a horse doesn’t make it appropriate, safe or fair to that dog or any animal.
Don’t allow your child to treat the dog like one of their toys.
Do teach your child gentle touch, soft petting on the areas of the dog’s body that the dog enjoys.
Allow the dog to have a choice to end the interaction and a space to retreat to when they need a break that the child cannot access.
All the dogs shown here are the newest additions to the rescue and now awaiting a fur-ever home.
For more information on each dog and adoption requirements, go to the adopt a dog page or click on tab below.
Adoption: One of the most compassionate and loving things you can do for a dog or puppy providing a fur-ever home.
Fur-ever Home: Providing a loving and caring place for your new family member which will in-turn give you unconditional love.
Family Member: Regarding and caring for their adopted dogs and pups as a member of their family.
Doggie Devotion - Treat of the month - featuring a different homemade dog treat recipe for every month.
_Thanksgiving Dog Treats
2 lbs. ground turkey
2 cups cooked rice
8 oz. peas
3 carrots, diced
1 apple, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
Steps to Make Them:
1) Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
2) In mixing bowl, combine all ingredients.
3) Mix well by hand.
4) On baking sheet, form into the shape of a large dog bone.
5) Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes.
6) Let cool and serve.
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* For a current list of available pups - go to the Adopt a Dog page
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