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.
Callie Sue, STAR # 1740
Callie Sue was an owner release for being “too much” puppy for her elderly owner. This sweet little bundle of energy got lots of love, training and care in her foster home an...
Ozzy, STAR # 1733
Ozzy, our handsome red boy caught the eye of a long-waiting and patient adopting family who was looking for the right dog to come along to join their family. Ozzy is now a member...
Future, STAR # 1728
Future is over his heartworm treatment and has been adopted by the Wilsons. His Aussie sister and STAR 2021 Alumni, Lucy Black emphatically approves. They love each other already. ...
Winchester, STAR #1743
Winchester was adopted by the Soucy family in Austin. His new family is an active, retired couple who were looking for the right Aussie to join their home after the loss of their...
Basil, STAR # 1752
Basil, our handsome young puppy was rescued from the LaPorte shelter after an owner release who said he had "too much energy" for her. His foster family immediately fell in lo...
Dolly, STAR # 1748
Dolly was an owner release for chasing the cats and being “too much”. She’s smart and active – and caught the eye of the Gellerman's. This dog savvy family has fostered...
Buddy, STAR #1745
Charming Buddy is the 4th STAR dog adopted by the Bentz family.. Ace 2012 (deceased), Lexie 2014 and Carlos Tres aka Jack 2020.. They are already in love with him.. He will keep Le...
Melrose, STAR #1747
Our blue eyed stunner has been adopted by Cari.. This is her third STAR dog. He will be an only companion.. worshipped and adored.. Thanks to Terry for picking up Mel and then keep...
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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.
Beautiful black tri male whose elderly owners could no long keep.. Konnock is 7 years old and 90 lbs.. yes, 90 lbs.. He will be going on a diet right ...
Just pulled from the shelter in Killeen, this is Savannah.. She is approx. 2-3 years old and 58 lbs. Also a recent mom and a real sweetheart.. She...
Beetle is a black tri male approx. 40 lbs. and 3-4 years old.. He will be fostered and evaluated in San Antonio.. and should be available pending his ...
Moose is a black tri male who is approximately 1 year old and 58lbs. He will be evaluated and vetted in a foster home in Sweeney. He may be availa...
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.