All dogs from PacoCorp are currently on flea, tick and heartworm medications. We require adopters to maintain the use of these products, post-adoption. It’s also a good idea to keep your yard treated for these pests in the spring and summer.
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One of the most rewarding experiences you can have is saving a life. You could be a foster home for PacoCorp and help us save even more lives. We will network together to help your foster find a forever home.
Olive is an honorary board member at PacoCorp Rescue. She and Paco were best buds. Olive is a shelter rescue herself and lives in Austin.
PacoCorp Rescue was started in memory of my first dog, Paco. We became best friends in July 2002 when we met at the local shelter. He was the epitome of a grateful rescue dog and the best companion ever. Over the years, as we fostered more and more animals with Trinity GAP Rescue and adopted some along the way, I started calling our little club, PacoCorp. I promised Paco that I would make PacoCorp into something real and we would continue our mission of rescuing dogs from shelters.
PacoCorp Rescue calls Hurst-Euless-Bedford home and we want to encourage students to pursue careers in animal care. In addition to shelter rescue, PacoCorp will award scholarships to students from Hurst-Euless-Bedford. To qualify, the student must be accepted to an animal science or pre-vet undergraduate program and be a graduate of L.D. Bell, Trinity, or KEYS High School.
We appreciate your interest and support and look forward to saving some dogs from shelters and helping get some students into school.