Just off Business 121 on the north side of 35E, we are the road just after DG Collision on your right.
PLUS: Texas Rustlers and All Ears now have a snail mail address if you need to send letters or donations.
Texas Rustlers Guinea Pig Rescue or All Ears Rabbit Rescue
PO Box 126
Lewisville, TX 75067
This year we are trying some new fun fundraisers. We've got our first ever Texas Rustlers Guinea Pig Rescue Calendar featuring beautiful pictures of the piggies at the rescue. For $18 plus tax you can pick the calendar up at the rescue store, after December 15th! If you need to have the calendar shipped there is a $5 fee for shipping. To order, click the button below and in the special instructions add your shipping address and mention that you would like a calendar.
Success Story - Adopted Pals for Timothy!
"Our Timothy and the babies immediately liked each other. I knew they would be friends when, after several minutes, the two babies had wandered over to one side of the play pen, and Timothy scampered over there and nosed them aside so he could lie down exactly between them. Whenever possible all three of them like to be in a little huddle."
Purchase Mary Kay products
from Carla Pruett, mention "Texas Rustlers" in the comments box, and 40% of your purchase is donated to help the piggies!
Want an easy way to help raise money for Texas Rustlers?wheek.it has featured Texas Rustlers Guinea Pig Rescue to receive 100% of money raised through March 2013. wheek.it is a link shortening service with a twist. Users shorten links fromwheek.it's participating shops to share on websites like Facebook and Twitter. Doing so raises money for guinea pig rescues and shelters. You can learn more about wheek.it at: http://wheek.it/faq
We can use your old NEWSPAPERS to line piggy cages. Please drop off at the Rescue on Saturdays 9am-5pm.
About a week ago, one of the rescue piggies Popo had to go in for an urgent teeth issue. One of the rescue helpers noticed he was having issues and they saw that his bottom teeth were overgrowing into his top gums. His teeth were trimmed and evened out so he can eat solid foods again. The first picture is from before the surgery. As you can see that bottom tooth is pointed and was causing him huge amounts of discomfort and limiting his ability to eat. His ears where a bright red, instead of their normal pink. The vet trimmed both sets of teeth to even them up and within a day the redness in his pink ears had gone down. The moral of the story is simple, guinea pigs need hay to ware their teeth down. So make sure their hay is always plentiful and when you have your pig out check their teeth to avoid any issues like this. Not only are teeth issues like this expensive but they can be fatal too if your pig stops eating or gets an infection.