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2019 North Texas Giving Day


On Thursday, September 19, 2019, Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue will be participating in North Texas Giving Day for the third year. North Texas Giving Day is a one-day online fundraising extravaganza for nonprofits all over North Texas.

This event is our largest fundraiser in support of our annual budget of approximately $175,000. Every dollar supports the rescued animals that we care for every day. Our largest expenditures include the costs for vaccinations, worming, spay & neuter, lifesaving surgeries, or parvo treatments. Medical bills and the cost of daily food to care for the close to 400 lives we save each year add up to tremendous expenses that are supported from donations received during fundraising events like North Texas Giving Day.

Follow this link to donate to Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue on North Texas Giving Day and read some of the compelling stories that your donation dollars enable us to share.


Ally's Journey to Health and Happiness

Witness the heartbreaking journey of a little puppy found in a garbage bag in Texas. She underwent various health obstacles but with the help of Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue, this sweet baby ultimately found happiness and a loving family. Ally, now knows as Finn is a true fighter and we will cherish her forever!! Consider donating to help us save more neglected and hurt dogs like Ally. Thank you for your support!

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From "Out of Options" 

To "Ready for Adoptions"

Witness the incredible transformation of some of the most neglected dogs recently rescued by Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue. These Before & After transformations show the love, dedication and care for our rescued dogs AND YOUR donation dollars at work. Consider donating and help us save more neglected and hurt dogs like in North Texas. Thank you for your support!! Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue


After being hit by a car CJ learns life as a "Tri-Pod"

After being hit by a car an x-ray revealed that his leg could not be saved. His prior family left him untreated and confined him to a crate without a plan or pain medication for three weeks. Unable to walk, or even stand, CJ wallowed in his prison without hope to receive adequate medical care. When we found out about the situation, we immediately stepped into action and arranged for surgery.

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