God's Dogs Rescue

"Rescuing God’s Lost Dogs.”

Foster Program

Fosters are the lifeblood of our rescue mission. God’s Dogs has over 300 families in the San Antonio area who open their homes and we cannot express how much that supports our efforts to re-home rescue dogs. We supply our fosters with crates, food, bedding, and whatever is necessary to care for their foster.

Foster a four-legged friend from afar. Our Virtual Foster program is a monthly donation system to help support shelter dogs without physically having to foster them within your home.

Transport Success

We transport many of our dogs all over the country in order to find forever homes.  We transport dogs across Canada, Alaska and the United States. It is an amazing journey to witness.

Our Mission

Serving all over South Texas, we rescue and foster abused, abandoned, and neglected dogs until they can find their “furever” homes, whether in Texas or another part of the country – even Canada! We have been “Rescuing God’s Lost Dogs” since 1995. We are a team of incredible individuals with a passion for animals…doing the work it takes to save so many dogs who had no other chance!

Ways To Support God’s Dogs Rescue


We thank you for your consideration in helping us make a difference. God’s Dogs Rescue has many options for donors to make contributions to our incredible rescue.


There are so many ways you can help God’s Dogs Rescue, besides fostering. If you are interested in joining our village, please contact us and we’ll have someone be in touch with you as soon as we can!

Give Back

We have several options for those who would like to give back to our amazing organization. In addition to monetary donations, we appreciate anything we can use for our dogs and pups.


Spay / Neuter

We encourage everyone to spay and neuter their pets to reduce the number of unwanted animals in kill shelters. There are many low-cost and mobile spay/neuter clinics in the San Antonio region.

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Puppies require a series of vaccinations to help prevent highly communicable viruses. Adult dogs also require at least two shots to assure they are immune to certain diseases.

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Dog Training

It is your obligation to let your new dog/puppy know what the rules are in your home. It is not a “if” it is a constant need. Teach the puppy how to be your best friend and what you like and what you don’t like- start immediately and be consistent and patient.

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