Welcome to the Las Lomas K9 Rescue and Adoption Foundation website. Our goal is to provide medical treatment and find safe and loving homes for our rescued animals.
If you are looking for a K9 companion, we can help. We have a wide variety of mixed breeds, and occasionally have some pure breeds. If we don¡¯t have what you¡¯re looking for, send us an email, and we¡¯ll keep our eyes and ears open for you.
The Las Lomas K9 Rescue & Adoption Foundation has received 501©(3) tax exempt status from the IRS and all donations are tax deductible. Our shelter is in great need of your support! We get no public funding and have to rely on individuals like you to help us out! Please be as generous as you can so we can continue to save the animals! Donations are used strictly for the medical care and treatment of the animals and with the rising costs of vet care, and dog food, we need your help so that we can continue to provide quality care for the dogs! We appreciate all the help we can get in order to give these animals a future they deserve! We accept cash or check and you can also donate online by credit card using PayPal.com and the email address Kim@dogsrus.org. Thank you for your support!
We would like to say a tremendously big THANK YOU to Pepsi, Global Giving, and all of our supporters for helping us get a much needed roof for our shelter! Thank you to Matt Miller for building the roof and to Tommy Shank for coming out on weekends to help us get this done! This roof has provided reliable shade, relief from the hot sun, the rain, and the wind and has made these dogs so much more comfortable! We are truly blessed to have such awesome supporters!!
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This is Talus dressed up for Halloween as "Carmen Mirnadog". She won costume contests in Austin with these great toys made by Fresh Produce!
Each and every person can make a difference in the life of an animal. Adopt a K9 friend for life!
LAST UPDATED 15 DECEMBER 2014