a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer organization


Samoyed Rescue of Texas, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit, all volunteer dog rescue organization serving the state of Texas, and the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.


We are dedicated to rescuing Samoyeds and strong Samoyed mixes that are homeless for a variety of reasons, dogs at high risk of euthanasia in public shelters, dogs surrendered by owners that can no longer care for them due to difficult circumstances, and those that are suffering from neglect or abuse.

We place dogs in the best possible loving, responsible, committed permanent homes following our comprehensive adoption process which includes physically visiting all potential adopters in their homes, visiting with references, educating the prospective adopter about the level of responsibility we expect, and the costs of bringing a Samoyed into their home. Most importantly, we explain the lifelong commitment required for each rescued Samoyed, and what it means to accept responsibility for their new family member for the rest of their lives.

We provide for our rescues medical and behavioral needs, utilizing the best Veterinary Clinics and the most respected IACP Professional Trainers and Canine Behaviorists in North Texas. We will work with these professionals to help the abused, fearful, sick, and neglected to the best of our ability, helping each dog to become a happy, well-balanced family member.

Finally, we strive to work closely with other Northern Breed rescues, municipal shelters, and humane organizations to develop a network of volunteers and supporters to make a better world for Samoyeds in need and other homeless pets.

Samoyed Rescue of Texas is a volunteer non-profit organization.

Samoyeds never grow up.  They just find bigger toys.

Samoyed Rescue Video

Check out this great video of rescue successes!


Please note:

 Samoyed Rescue of Texas will rescue Samoyeds & Samoyed Mixes in need from anywhere our resources allow. However, we are currently only placing adoptable dogs in Texas, and the bordering states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, & New Mexico.

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  • Home visits
  • Transport
  • Foster
  • Fundraising
  • and more...