Bayou Rescue provides disaster relief and rescue response for animals and their caretakers, locally, nationally and internationally.


  • Pet Adoption: What a great thing!

    This weekend I came upon two Dog Adoption Events.  Adoption is such a wonderful idea and so important in order to keep animals from being killed.  I know some people…

  • New Cancer Test For Dogs

    My beloved dog, Sable, died of cancer which had spread throughout her abdominal cavity.  She was only 11 years old.  We had NO idea she had anything wrong with her…

  • Personality Plus – Is Your Dog An Optimist Or Pessimist?

    If you read any of my blogs, you know that I have two doggie girls.  They are both Sheltie mixes and are physically similar for the most part.  That’s as…

  • When Is “It” An Emergency?

    Six and a half years ago, we adopted the most adorable Sheltie/Rat Terrier mix, Zoe, who was 10 weeks old.  She is the most energetic and focused dog we’ve ever…



We believe the more people are ready, the fewer things go wrong when disaster strikes. This is good.


When disaster strikes, the time to react is NOW! Time is often the deciding factor between good and less-than-good outcomes.


A disaster, natural or man-made, can be very chaotic. It’s important to be with those closest to you during these times.