Sweet Inez is just 2 year old! But she already has heart worms! She doesn't deserve a life threatening disease and we are committed to giving her the best basic care and heart worm treatment! Please help Inez!
We have started this fundraiser in order to fund ongoing care and vetting for this little dog. We may amend the amount as we go along, depending on the amount needed, but in the meantime we MUST have funding in place in order to provide this baby with only the best care available.
We need your help to raise the funds for basic vetting to get this little cutie ready for a new forever home. We MUST have funding in place in order to provide this baby with the best care available.
Please send a special gift today of $20 or more and save a life
We appreciate all that you allow us to do for these orphaned and neglected, yet very deserving little dogs. You are the ones that make all of this happen. You are the ones that put your hearts and money on the line to make up for all of the neglect and abuse they’ve suffered in the past.
Please keep good thoughts and prayers in your heart for this little one as a new life starts NOW.
Please donate by clicking the “give now” button above!!
Or, send a check to
P O BOX 7728
Houston, TX 77270
As an approved 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue all donations are tax deductible.
Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue is an ALL VOLUNTEER organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of abandoned and neglected Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apsos.
We rely on solely on donations from the public. When a dog needs medical attention, we estimate the cost based on our past history and estimates provided by vets. We desperately need your help so we CAN try to save them all.
We are an approved 501(c)(3) charity that receives no outside government funding and is supported by your donations and our own fund raising efforts. 100% of the monies received goes directly towards the veterinary care of the dogs in our rescue.
Join us in celebrating what you CAN do if you try.
Should fundraising happen to exceed what is needed for this pup’s expenses; the additional funds will be used to provide rescue or medical treatment for another pet in our rescue that may need it unless specified otherwise.