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We are so excited to have you here. Whether you came to see about adopting a forever friend, making a donation, seeing how you can volunteer your time to help or you want some adorable boston swag, you came to the right place!




Since we are a 501c3 rescue, all donations made to STBTR are tax deductible.

Our donors are vital to STBTR.  Some people just don’t have the ability to foster, a reliable vehicle to help with transport, or simply don’t have the time to help any other way than financially.  We frequently have fundraisers when we have particularly heavy vetting needs.

Amazon Wishlist:

We maintain a wish list on Amazon of supplies that we frequently use, and are sometimes pleasantly surprised with boxes that are delivered from Amazon.


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Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads! 🐾❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads! 🐾❤️

Happy adoptions to report!! These sweet babies are officially adopted and living their best lives. Thank you to all our foster homes that helped these babies get ready for their forever homes. Congratulations to the adoptive families of Pruitt, Baxter, Stella, GiGi and Beau. ❤️🥳 ... See MoreSee Less

Happy adoptions to report!! These sweet babies are officially adopted and living their best lives. Thank you to all our foster homes that helped these babies get ready for their forever homes. Congratulations to  the adoptive families of Pruitt, Baxter, Stella, GiGi and Beau. ❤️🥳

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Congratulations! Thank you foster parents ! Hooray for furever homes ! The fabulous five are leaving for adventures with their very own humans. I am thrilled !

So happy for these fur babies and their new families!❤️🐾🐾

Happy new homes sweet babies 🥰🥰🥰

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Hello June!! This is your friendly reminder to give monthly heartworm prevention this month to your pups! 🐶 ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Hello June!! This is your friendly reminder to give monthly heartworm prevention this month to your pups! 🐶 ❤️

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Done!

STBTR June Monthly Newsletter. This month's topic is about keeping your Boston cool in the heat!! Click the link to read the rest of the newsletter!
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STBTR June Monthly Newsletter.  This months topic is about keeping your Boston cool in the heat!! Click the link to read the rest of the newsletter! 
https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQEqOa_CQd9VMvtvTegY6JetUmLeNursZKjlBoD-HrU0Ws9McRNSmGQmNf7p90fWc-7j6sx-RZ87zDD/pub

Who takes their Boston Terrier on a summer vacation with them? Share your photos of your travels or traveling hacks with us in the comments. 👇 ... See MoreSee Less

Who takes their Boston Terrier on a summer vacation with them?  Share your photos of your travels or traveling hacks with us in the comments. 👇

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Our little boys (Loki & Thor) go with us to the beach, and have their own backpacks when they get tired. 🐾

Farley is living his best life in Mexico. He did so well on the trip down, and yesterday on the beach he lounged and people near by couldn’t believe how well mannered he was. A veteran has trained him. ❤️🇲🇽

This was a few years ago. They have both passed away but I know we gave them fun times and great adventures

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UPDATE: Reunited with Owner!
Found in Magnolia, TX
Please share to get her back home.
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UPDATE: Reunited with Owner!
Found in Magnolia, TX
Please share to get her back home.

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Great news.family found !

Remembering the fallen today. 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less

Remembering the fallen today. 🇺🇸

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Why don't you post the entire text message exchange so everyone can see how you willfully dodged meeting with a veteran family?

No support for veterans who live in San Antonio and are inconvenient for the leadership of this organization.

Do you make your pup treats ?

Here is a nice one for this summer.

Watermelon yogurt pupcicle recipe

A great treat for your pups to keep your pups cool!
Only 3 ingredients!
1 1/2 cups fresh seedless watermelon pieces
2/3 cup plain Greek yogurt
2 teaspoons honey

Full recipe link at bellyfull.net/watermelon-pupsicles-frozen-dog-treats/
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Do you make your pup treats ? 

Here is a nice one for this summer. 

Watermelon yogurt pupcicle recipe 

A great treat for your pups to keep your pups cool! 
Only 3 ingredients! 
1 1/2 cups fresh seedless watermelon pieces
2/3 cup plain Greek yogurt
2 teaspoons honey

Full recipe link at https://bellyfull.net/watermelon-pupsicles-frozen-dog-treats/

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Cassandra Weeks

This summer, we encourage everyone to practice heat safety for themselves AND their pets!

Heat can be incredibly dangerous for dogs. If they are panting hard, drooling excessively or losing coordination there is a chance your dog is going into heat stroke. Immediately bring your dog inside the air conditioning, pour cool (not ice cold) water over them and take them directly to an emergency veterinary clinic. Heat stroke can be fatal and can come on very quickly, so it’s best not to take chances.

Here are some basic tips to prevent heat stroke:

Give your dog plenty of water before and after walks.
Take frequent water and shade breaks when out and about. Limit outside time and walks, especially during the middle of the day.
Walk your dog on the grass, not the pavement, to prevent your dog’s paws from burning.
If you have an active dog, try to keep outside playtime or longer walks to the early morning or late evening when the temperatures are lowest.
Check the outside temperature before heading to a dog-friendly patio. If it’s 80 degrees or more out, it’s probably best to leave them at home. This is especially recommended if they are old/young, have a long or layered coat or a snub nose (think pug or bulldog). Call ahead to make sure the patio is shaded and water bowls are provided.
Before taking your dog anywhere in the car, let the air conditioning run for a few minutes to cool down the car.
NEVER leave your dog in the car without the air conditioning running for ANY length of time. Credit:SPCA.org
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This summer, we encourage everyone to practice heat safety for themselves AND their pets!

Heat can be incredibly dangerous for dogs. If they are panting hard, drooling excessively or losing coordination there is a chance your dog is going into heat stroke. Immediately bring your dog inside the air conditioning, pour cool (not ice cold) water over them and take them directly to an emergency veterinary clinic. Heat stroke can be fatal and can come on very quickly, so it’s best not to take chances.

Here are some basic tips to prevent heat stroke:

Give your dog plenty of water before and after walks.
Take frequent water and shade breaks when out and about. Limit outside time and walks, especially during the middle of the day.
Walk your dog on the grass, not the pavement, to prevent your dog’s paws from burning.
If you have an active dog, try to keep outside playtime or longer walks to the early morning or late evening when the temperatures are lowest.
Check the outside temperature before heading to a dog-friendly patio. If it’s 80 degrees or more out, it’s probably best to leave them at home. This is especially recommended if they are old/young, have a long or layered coat or a snub nose (think pug or bulldog). Call ahead to make sure the patio is shaded and water bowls are provided.
Before taking your dog anywhere in the car, let the air conditioning run for a few minutes to cool down the car.
NEVER leave your dog in the car without the air conditioning running for ANY length of time.  Credit:SPCA.org

Here are some food items you can and should not give your pets! With summer upon us, lots of grilling days ahead! Let’s keep our pets safe. 🐾❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Here are some food items you can and should not give your pets! With summer upon us, lots of grilling days ahead! Let’s keep our pets safe. 🐾❤️
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