We are dedicated to making positive change for animals in the state of Texas.
The Lone Star Animal Welfare League is a tax deductible 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
Please contact Doreen Saeger-Coffey (email@example.com) if you are interested in adopting one of our dogs.
If you are unable to reach us by e-mail, please call 512-773-6195.
BILLY THE KID AND ANNIE OAKLEY
These are the last of a litter of big-boned pups (we saw their big parents too!) we found being sold on the side of the road. In exchange for our footing the bill for fixing the parents, the man turned the puppies over to us so we could find them proper homes and get their vetting caught up. Billy and Annie are 9 week old black lab pups and around 14 pounds. Billy is the more independent of the two, and...more
Sweet Simon! This sweet lab mix boy came to us from Brazoria County, picked up as a stray. Simon is a typical playful pup, and extremely "light on his paws". He likes to sit and look at you from a distance, and will then run up and lightly tap his front paws on you to remind you that he is in your presence. Simon gets along with all the furry foster siblings in his current foster home, learning to chase after toys and balls, and loves to...more
Ringo is a yellow Labrador mix male, about 6-8 months old. He can best be described as a ‘bowl half full’ kind of dog. He made himself right at home in his foster home, playing nicely with small and medium-sized dog, and even entertains himself when alone. His secret pleasure when no one is looking is to toss his toy and fetch it back. Self-amusing! He has lovely house manners, is quite responsible left in the house unsupervised,...more
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The Lone Star Animal Welfare League was founded in 2004. It is a 501 (c) (3) organization with the mission of "Bettering the Lives of our Best Friends." Our goals serve to promote not only better, healthier lives for the pets in our community but promote a better existence for the homeless animals who are in great need of our assistance and advocacy.