Wiener Fest is the largest annual fundraiser for the Aggieland Humane Society. The money raised from this fundraiser will go to helping the homeless animals in our area. There’s something for everybody and with over 5,000 guests attending it’s a great opportunity for visitors and vendors alike! Registration for all events is now open.
Brazos Bark and Build is an annual community-wide dog house design competition and silent auction benefiting Aggieland Humane Society. The Live Auction and Public Voting of the dog house entries will be held at Wiener Fest in Wolf Pen Creek on October 4th.
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I just wanted to let you guys know that my parents adopted Buddy, formerly known as Roscoe, a little less than a year ago and he's doing great! Buddy was heartworm positive when he was adopted but now, after treatment, he is heartworm free! My parents love him and say he's a great little dog!– Gabrielle
We fostered Rex from AHS in March of 2013, and we quickly became "foster failures" because we just had to make the little guy a permanent part of the family! Rex had heartworms and a respiratory infection. At first, he was way too skinny and just slept and sneezed all day. Once he began heartworm treatment, he was a totally different dog! He started being energetic, smiling, and running around all the time! Rex now has two brothers and a sister, way too many toys, and is possibly the happiest dog I know. We are so thankful we gave him a chance and wanted to share his story! He fills our lives with so much joy each day! Thanks, AgHS!–Katie
I adopted Sadie (formerly Coco) in 2011 from y'all. At first she was a pain! She tore stuff up...blinds, carpet, doors, and anything else you could imagine. It became clear that she had MAJOR separation anxiety. She also would have nothing to do with toys. I worked with her (instead of giving up like so many people) and she turned into the most PERFECT dog! Non destructive and LOVES her toys. I get so many compliments on her and people always saying if I ever decided to give her away (which I never will) that they'd gladly take her. Couldn't imagine my life without her!–Anika
This is "Roz", we adopted her from ya'll back in March and just love her!!! She loves her bone:)–Asheley
Wanted to let you know the dog I adopted in July of this year has been a gem of a find. She is social, willing to learn, plucky, and persistent. Excitedly, she is becoming my gluten detection service dog to hlep me cope with my severe celiac disease. She has a big heart, big potential, in a small plucky loving package. Gypsy, Nomad to Service Dog.–Judith