159 Dogs evacuated from the Mckinney Fire Find Safety at Rescue Ranch

Rescue Ranch took in 159 fire dogs evacuated from the McKinney Fire zone, between 12:30  a.m. Saturday morning  and Monday afternoon. Today, Wednesday, the number is 161. The vast majority of the fire dogs belong to evacuated families, three are strays. We also took in a handful of non-fire related strays which do not figure […]


Dogs of the Week

Please meet our dogs of the week! Just click on a picture to find out more about each one!

Every week we feature two of the many wonderful dogs living here at Rescue Ranch and looking for a permanent home with a loving adopter.

Dog Adoption and Dog Rescue

Rescue Ranch was established as a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization in 2001.

Our main mission is to rescue dogs of all breeds and to provide dog adoption opportunities. We currently help rehome more than 500 dogs a year. Rescue Ranch is also comitted to promoting responsible dog ownership and supporting dog owners through community outreach, programs and services.

We are a no-kill shelter that relies on generous donations from community members and local businesses, as well as grants from foundations and organizations. Rescue Ranch does not receive funding from any State, County, or City agencies.

Love Dogs? We Want You!
If you're interested in dog adoption, fostering or rescue we'd love to meet you! Click the following links to learn more about how you can help save lives: adopt, volunteer, foster, donate.

Adopt Lava Fire Survivor rescue Dog Paws

Homes for Dogs

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Dog Care Services


Dog School

Things are always happening at the Rescue Ranch - here's what's next:

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Our Impact on Dog's Lives in 2021

Rescue Transports
Fire Dogs