K-9 Angels Rescue is committed to rescuing and re-homing shelter dogs in and around
the City of Houston, regardless of their breed or circumstance. We are motivated by
the dire need to educate the public about the effects of irresponsible breeding practices,
while helping the community by alleviating overcrowding in area shelters.
As we believe proper health care of one’s pet is a requirement of good ownership,
K-9 Angels Rescue only adopts out dogs that have been fully vetted and altered.
2125 W. Alabama St
Houston TX 77098
Saturdays 10a - 6p CT
Sundays 11a - 3:30p CT
The Adoption Center location
USPS, FedEx, UPS,
nor DHL deliveries.
Mail and other deliveries
must be addressed to
P.O. Box 925022
Houston TX 77292
K-9 Angels Rescue Inc. is an all-breed, non-profit 501(c)(3), canine rescue organization established in February 2012. Many of our core volunteers bring along years of experience from serving other
Houston rescue groups. As of July 15, 2014 we have homed and re-homed over 1300 dogs.
Our volunteers are compassionate, companion animal welfare advocates dedicated to contributing their time, skills, finances, and experience. In turn, their dedication helps save the lives of the abandoned, abused, homeless, neglected, orphaned, rejected, stray, and surrendered dogs in Houston's animal control facilities.
K-9 Angels Rescue Board Members and Volunteers are 100% VOLUNTEER and receive NO compensation.
We are not a shelter in the sense that we are not positioned to accept dogs from the public.
We personally select our dogs from the greater Houston animal control facilities where healthy, adoptable dogs are destroyed every day simply because they have no home, no family, to call their own.
A dog selected into our rescue program remains in our care until adopted. Only when we are able to secure the best match between dog and new caregiver(s) is the dog released from our program.
We believe in foster homes. A foster home provides the dog with a loving, safe environment and allows for behavioral observations & modifications, and training. Fostering creates the opportunity to see how the dog interacts with human family members and furry family members. When a foster family is not available our dogs are kenneled until transported to our Adoption Center on Saturday morning.