BIKE + DOG: Showing some Love to Homeless Dogs in Houston

April 12th, 2016 Posted by Uncategorized 1 thought on “BIKE + DOG: Showing some Love to Homeless Dogs in Houston”

Get your bike and bike trailers ready to hit the East End and help us feed homeless dogs in the area. We will also be taking account of the location of each homeless animal and using social media to share, in hopes that someone can come by and pick up one of these pups and foster or adopt.

MEET UP: 8am at Tout Suite near Downtown for coffee / breakfast
RIDE OUT: 9am (break up into teams)
POST MEET UP: 12pm return to Tout Suite


There are so many homeless dogs in Houston with a high concentration in areas East of Downtown. In an effort to help provide some love to these animals for a day, Puppies for Breakfast & Neue Creative have created what we’re calling BIKE + DOG, which will be a variety of bike friendly events designed to feed homeless dogs and take account of where each of them is located.

Reggie’s Frriends Pitbull Rescue has offered to partner with us and we welcome any other rescues that would like to help.


If you’d like to donate to this cause, you can do so online by clicking on the button below.  Any amount will help with the purchase of supplies and food. 

Donation Options

We could also use much of the following:

– Bags of Dry dog food
– Disposal bowls (paper, foam, etc) for food and water
– First Aid equipment. For use on any dogs that could use
some basic first aid.
– Dog toys. We may want to leave a little toy for each dog to
simply help make their day a little better.

– Bike
– Bike trailer if you have one to carry supplies
– Backpack
– Anything else you can think of
– A big heart and maybe some tissue. You will want to take
every dog home with you and see some very sad situations.

More details as we approach the event date. Thank you!!

1 thought on “BIKE + DOG: Showing some Love to Homeless Dogs in Houston”

  1. Kay Olsen says:

    I can’t participate this year but please put me on your email list and THANK YOU so much for organizing this event. I’d love to see this event happen a few times a year. It’s horrifying how many homeless dogs we have in Houston and I can barely imagine what horrors they must be experiencing, living and scavenging on the streets. Thank you for all you do for Houston’s needy animals.

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