A ranch would not be a ranch without a resident Border Collie. Carol started fostering dogs for All Border Collie Rescue (ABCR) in 2010. Since that time, over 300 foster dogs have shared their lives with us and had great beginnings at BlissWood Bed and Breakfast Ranch prior to finding their Forever Home.
Non-Profit Border Collie Rescue in East Texas
Give Back When You Gift a Ranch Vacation
If you’re looking for the perfect gift that also gives back in a unique way, consider purchasing a gift certificate for BlissWood B&B Ranch. We donate 20% of every gift certificate purchase back to our Fosters of BlissWood program. Your gift recipients will enjoy a unique and transformative ranch getaway, and they can even visit with the pups during their stay. A wonderful way to give back, and have fun too!
Enjoy your Texas ranch getaway while spending time with one of our
rescue pups, it’s a great way to give and receive a little puppy love.
Donate to a Cause with Paws
Fosters of BlissWood is a 501(c)3 organization, and all donation are tax deductible. You can donate directly by mailing a check made out to Fosters of BlissWood and sending it to:
13251 Newberg Rd.
Cat Spring, TX 78933.
If you feel more comfortable giving your donation over the phone, give us a call and we will be happy to assist or donate online through PayPal. For information about donations or current rescue dogs available for adoption visit the All Border Collie Rescue website. Thanks for considering donating to our Border Collie rescue in East Texas!
Fosters of BlissWood in the Press
The New York Times | October 23, 2019 By Debra Kamin
“BlissWood Bed and Breakfast, which sits on a 350-acre Texas Ranch, has called in man’s best friend in a bid to encourage pet adoption. The property has a partnership with a local Border collie rescue organization and offers a Solo Traveler Package in which travelers visiting alone are paired with a companion dog for their stay.”
Houston Chronicle | April 30, 2014 By Rebecca Heliot
“Before the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, officials announced that street dogs would be shot and poisoned as a method of euthanization in an effort to rid the city of the hundreds of strays… “One thing I could do was adopt one of them,” said Davis. “If I could save them all, I would.”
Heart Dog | October, 2014 By Aki Yamaguchi
A beautiful tribute to the bond between a woman and man’s best friend featuring photos taken at BlissWood Bed and Breakfast Ranch. Proceeds from the sales of the book were generously donated to Fosters of BlissWood.