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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.

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ADOPTED

Aspen II, STAR # 1785

Aspen has been adopted by the Foster family of Leander.. She totally loves her new human siblings and will have a wonderful life.. Thanks to Kim for the home visit and great job Ma...

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ADOPTED!

Clifford, STAR #1759

Clifford was adopted by Larry and we are so excited to see updates on our Alumni page!  Clifford came to STAR from the Humane Society in LA.  Larry is an experienced Aussie owner...

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ADOPTED

Izzie, STAR # 1767

STAR feels so lucky to have found the Douglas family for Izzie.. She was dumped in downtown Houston.. and what could be better for a sweet small shy girl than her own two sweet sma...

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ADOPTED

Shila, STAR # 1780

Aussie savvy adopter Daniel knew exactly what he wanted in a companion.. He selected Shila.. spunky yet settled.. This is not her first rodeo but we definitely hope it's her last.....

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ADOPTED

Colt, STAR # 1786

  Having recently lost Kirby # 873, Class of 2011, the Adams family were ready for a new Aussie.. Great timing as Colt entered our program and was just what the were lookin...

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ADOPTED

Kiyah, STAR # 1769

Our beautiful, sweet and fun-loving Kiyah has been adopted by the Laughlin family and her Aussie sister, Piper.. Many thanks to Terry for the transport and then huge thanks to fost...

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HAPPY TAIL

Abigail aka Abby, STAR # 1776

Abby was adopted by Alumni, the Chettough family.  This Aussie savvy family recently lost their STAR dog, Grace to cancer.  They love the Aussie personality and “everything abo...

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HAPPY TAILS

Braedan James, STAR # 1779

Braeden has been adopted by Julie.. After being found on the side of the road in Brazoria, Julie offered to foster and picked him up....  and fell in love.. This is her third STAR...

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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.

Bojangles, STAR # 1795

Bo was found at the Brazoria County Sheriff's Office shelter.. He is older (hard to say, he was such a mess) and weighs 55 lbs. and previously neutere...

Chip, STAR # 1794

Chip is a 36 lb., approximately 2 year old black tri male..He was found eating road kill in Louisiana.. He is now neutered and vaccinated.. Heartworm ...

Oliver Red, STAR # 1793

Oliver Red lived with his family in San Antonio until they had a baby... the baby made him nervous.. So STAR will evaluate Oliver for a while and see ...

Thatcher, STAR 3 1792

Thatcher moved to Houston last year from Ohio.. to live in a high rise in the Museum District.. Even though he went to daycare several times a week, h...

Dasher (Patrick), STAR # 1790

Dasher (aka Patrick) was found at the City of Humble Animal Shelter. Straw like fur, skin issues, hair loss, and covered in fleas. Approx. 40 lbs. and...

Jax Red, STAR # 1791

Jax Red is a gentle giant weighing 46 lbs.  He is 3.5 years old.. He will be vetted and evaluated by his foster home in New Braunfels.. Jax should be...

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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.

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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.

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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 lucaussie@southtexasaussierescue.onmicrosoft.com. Thank you in advance for considering South Texas Aussie Rescue.

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