You’re Invited!

Join us for our Fixin’ Houston Fundraiser on Thursday, November 6th

BARCFixinRevFixin’ Houston isBARC’s brand new in-house,low-cost, spay/neuter clinic.On November 6, 2014, we are throwing our very first BARC fundraiser at Saint Arnold’s Brewery to celebrate the grand opening of our new spay/neuter clinic. The funds raised at the event will sponsor spay/neuter services for pets of families that cannot afford to pay any fee but understand the importance of responsible pet ownership. Although this money will be set aside for use when needed, we will not advertise its availability to the general public.Come join us for a fun evening supporting an important cause in Houston!
Visit the Fixin’ Houston Fundraiser page at the top bar of this page to purchase tickets.

Mona Lisa – saved cruelty case

Unfortunately there are some cruel people out there and it’s incredible how sweet she is. Help us do all that we can for Mona Lisa!!!

Mona Lisa was brought in by an ACO, extremely sweet dog, friendly, has wound on left side of head with exposed muscle and tissue and skin flap hanging down. Left eye is red with yellow discharge.
Mona Lisa has been rescued by Rescued Pets Movement.  She was so happy to get some sunshine and is a very happy dog despite the circumstances that got her here.   Big thanks to the BARC vet staff. Dr. Hines and Dr. Malone and all the vet techs that helped her feel comfortable.
All donations for Mona Lisa can be made to RPM at http://www.rescuedpetsmovement.org. Mona Lisa 1 Mona Lisa 2 Mona Lisa 3 Mona Lisa 4 Mona Lisa 5 Mona Lisa 6

 

FREE Spay/Neuter Services & Pet Wellness in District H!

If you live in District H, come out Saturday, September 13 for  a spay/neuter surgery on US! We will also be providing FREE pet wellness services!

Check in time is 6:30 A.M. – 9 A.M at Ripley House, 4410 Navigation Blvd. #278, Houston, TX 77011.

Please bring a current ID with a current City of Houston address and/or utility bill. Pets must be 4 months or older.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Services are provided on a first come, first served basis. If we can’t get you in on Saturday, we will schedule another time for your pet to get spayed or neutered for FREE very soon.

For everyone’s safety: Dogs must be on a leash or in a carrier. Cats must be in a carrier or pillow case.

 

Our partners for this effort include SNAP, Friends for Life, Council Member Gonzalez’s Office, and others.

 

* Spay/neuter & wellness services available for pets of families living in DISTRICT H only (See map)HPHS Map Image

Protect your pet and your family. For more information, call BARC: (832) 395-9031.