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Wish BRIT a Happy Birthday

Help us celebrate 8 years of Saving Texas Brittanys! Your donations fund the work we do – we couldn’t do this without your financial support. It's BRIT's 8th Birthday!BRIT's Vet Costs for 3-4 monthsBRIT spends on average $30,000+ per year on vetting and vet services. Price: $8,000.00 Quantity: Emergency Rescue FundPays for initial emergency vetting and hospital boarding for critical situations. Price: $800.00 Quantity: Full vettingPays for Exam+Microchip for one Brittany. Price: $80.00 Quantity: Total $0.00 Your Name* First Last Email* Phone*Address* Street Address City AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict...

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HELP Us Save Rocky’s Eye!

HELP Us Save Rocky’s Eye!

Rocky came in from a high-kill shelter in South Texas. He was diagnosed with and treated for distemper. His eye was sealed with mucus, when he opened his eye it appears to have puncture and now has a severe ulceration. He has an appointment with an ophthalmologist in a few days. Help us raise the funds to save his eye! Rocky is a fun-loving 5-month old puppy who loves to play with his sister. Let’s help him have a great life! Visit our GoFundMe page to make a donation. UPDATE 7/6/18 Dr. Paulsen is very pleased with Rocky’s improvement. The “deep stromal ulcer has responded quite well to current medication and is fully healed”. Rocky is now on...

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Darcy’s Story

Darcy’s Story

Darcy’s Story – How she survived Septic Shock (endotoxemia) by Kay (Darcy’s mom) Feb. 6, 2018 Our lucky family adopted Darcy when she was 12 weeks old in 2016 and she is now 17 months old. Darcy is our first Brittany and have been just thrilled to have such a special, loving, bright pup. Annie Oakley (a BRIT rescue) was her mom and she had 8 brothers and sisters.   Darcy is a loving, well-behaved, social, squirrel-chasing typical Brittany. She loves to play with her friend Olive, a Goldendoodle, and has many friends she meets on our daily walks in Texas as well as in Santa Fe where we have a second home. She has been trained on an e-collar and also...

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2017 BRIT Volunteer Appreciation Video

Thank you to everyone who volunteered with BRIT in 2017. It truly takes a village and we couldn’t have done this without you! BRIT is so very blessed and lucky and appreciative to have such an awesome team of people who help rescue Brittanys in Texas (and nearby...

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What’s in your Easter Basket?

What’s in your Easter Basket?

Leave the speckled eggs and Peeps for the kids. How about a nice cool Pinot for the adult’s Easter basket!  Check out the entire line of BRIT’s Brittany Reserve Wines. Every bottle you enjoy helps BRIT save more lives.  BRIT Wine Relax with your favorite Brittany and a glass of BRIT Brittany Reserve wine!  ...

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BRIT’s 2017 Transport Super Heroes

BRIT’s 2017 Transport Super Heroes

BRIT is incredibly grateful for all of our Transport Volunteers…or, as we like to call them, our BRIT Super Heroes!  Many of the rescues we took on this year were true logistic challenges. We covered every corner of The Great State of Texas and even dipped into neighboring states. Two Brittanys flew in a private aircraft from Oklahoma. One was a Hurricane Harvey survivor. Several Brittanys relayed between multiple drivers. Through it all our volunteers did a great job.  Thank you to all of our awesome transport volunteers – we couldn’t do this without...

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