Jurassic Bark Rescue
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
926 Kenforest Dr
Missouri City, TX 77489
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Houston Texas and the surrounding area
About Our Rescue Group:Jurassic Bark is a family of volunteers dedicated to the protection of all animals.
Our companions have always been Giant breed dogs. Recently we have been a foster home for several other rescue organizations but we felt like there was more we could do.
With shelter space at a premium and more and more people surrendering their pets because of the economy, the homeless rate for animals had exploded. It is our feeling that if we can get the largest dogs out of the shelter system, this will at the very least - provide more room for the countless other animals coming in daily.
We are in our infancy and are looking for foster families that can accept giant and large breed dogs to nurture and love.
As animal lovers and responsible pet owners it's up to us to come up with new and innovative solutions to our homeless pet problem. We helped create it, we need to help fix it.
A growing number of individuals are forming networks of no-kill rescues in an effort to ensure our pets are not discarded.
Volunteer foster based groups dedicated to finding permenant loving homes for the countless, nameless animals who, through no fault of their own wind up in shelters or on the street.
Come Meet our Pets:To see our dogs simply call or e-mail us we will respond immediately. Since we are a foster program we have no facility to view pets. We will make arrangements to meet up with you and introduce you to your new friend.
Our Adoption Process:We are a volunteer foster rescue, our adoptable dogs are in foster homes waiting for their forever home. Therefor, we screen our adoption applicants carefully. We do require an adoption application be filled out and an adoption pledge to be signed.
We do not sell our dogs, instead we ask for a reasonable donation so we can continue our rescue work.