South Texas Aussie Rescue (STAR), is
A Non-Profit Adoption Organization
Dedicated to placing Australian Shepherds in new loving, supportive homes. These dogs have previously been abandoned, neglected, or lived in a home that either cannot or will not keep them any longer. We foster these dogs and evaluate them. We take care of their medical needs and then diligently strive to place them into caring, loving and permanent homes.
Braxton, STAR # 1526
Braxton is going to be an only dog and get spoiled by his new family George and Barb from Conroe! Surely this is the only time we have adopted a dog while "socially distancing" in ...
Milo, STAR # 1556
The last of our black bi male puppies has been adopted.. Congratulations to the Saffell family of Georgetown.. Milo is headed to Aussie heaven.. Thank you Amy for the home visit an...
Gigi, STAR # 1557
Gigi has been adopted by the Power family.. They already have STAR dogs Ruxin and Joker/aka Blue, Class of 2017.. Gigi will have lots of playmates.. Thanks to Freddie and Tate for ...
Finn, STAR # 1554
Finn is moving to N. W. Houston with the York family.. Here he is meeting his new siblings.. Molly and Eli... Thanks so much to his foster mom, Julie..  ...
Max, STAR # 1539
Max had found his forever home !!!! Phoenix, Class of 2020 mentioned to Stephen that he needed a playmate... and the deed was done.. Instant BFFs.. We think Stephen is not going ...
Jasper, STAR # 1555
The first of our cute little puppies found at Austin Animal Center is out the door.. Their tails are all repaired and shots on board.. Adopted by the Larsen family of Austin.. Than...
McKenna, STAR # 1552
Sweet baby girl pulled from the shelter in Palm Valley.. She has been adopted by the Oakes family and STAR Aussie, Pumpkin aka Nova, Class of 2019.. Thanks to Ashley for the transp...
Pixie, STAR # 1550
Pixie has been adopted by the McAdams family of Bellaire.. She is their third STAR dog and will go home to play with Link, Class of 2017.. Many thanks to Leslie for pulling Pixie ...
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Coming Soon Aussies
New Dogs Entering the STAR Program
They are not ready for adoption yet and the description is all the information we have at this time. Each dog will stay 3-4 weeks in foster care for evaluation or until they are medically healthy and ready for adoption.
Krewe was pulled from the shelter in Baton Rouge.. He is approximately one year old and weighs 51 lbs. He is neutered and HW-.. Krewe will go to the v...
Approximately 3-4 year old 50 lb. red tri male found in Kaufman, TX. If this is your dog, please be prepared to present STAR with photos and vet rec...
Two year old 37 lb. red tri female found in Liberty Co. Gracie had 7 mix puppies while in our care. She has now been spayed and will be treated for he...
Four year old 55 lb. red tri male from Louisiana.. Dixon has been neutered and totally vetted.. He is in Houston now for his Heartworm treatment.. Nic...
Fostering An Aussie
One of the most rewarding experiences! As a foster home, one is able to see the transformation of a dog that has experienced an unstable, often neglectful background into a beautiful, well cared for Australian Shepherd.
Volunteers & Supporters
Our volunteers are what make this rescue group function. Without our foster homes and volunteers, we would be able to offer little in helping the Aussies in need. Our support volunteers are usually those who cannot foster but want to help.
Make a Donation
If you would like to make a donation to South Texas Aussie Rescue, please use the Pay Pal button or contact Lucinda Howard at email@example.com. Thank you in advance for considering South Texas Aussie Rescue.