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HALO's "Honey Fund" was established for animals rescued who have exorbitant medical expenses.

HALO receives no funding from the State or Local Government. Our rescue efforts rely solely on donations, the support of the community, and our dedicated & compassionate volunteers.

Halo is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization





February 18, 2013


Honey's Story 


RESCUED February 15, 2013:
Honey is a beautiful 5 year old Golden Retriever who was brought into Hood County Animal Control February 15, 2013 with severe injuries to her neck. It was blatenly aparent Honey had fallen victim to animal cruelty. HALO received a phone call about her condition and we immediately knew we had to help her. She was taken to Granbury Animal Clinic where she received care and medical attention throughout the weekend. 
Due to the graphic nature of Honey's injuries, we must refrain from posting pictures of them. We can tell you when we took this girl to the Vet, she was lucky her head was still attached to her body.
HALO has taken Honey under our protective wing where she will remain until her physical and emotional injuries are healed. Sandi at Second Chance Farm has offered to foster Honey until the day comes when Honey receives her "Second Chance for Love" with a new loving family that will give her the happy and peaceful life she deserves. 
UPDATE: 3-15-2013:
Honey has made a full recovery and has been placed in a home with a loving family.
A giant THANK YOU to everyone that contributed to her Vet bills and contributed with prayers. Honey will now have the life she deserves because of all of our efforts! <3
Another precious life saved!

Donations to the "Honey Fund" are graciously received as follows:

Mail to:  HALO/"Honey Fund", PO Box 294, Granbury, TX 76048

Through Paypal with a Credit or Debit card (use link below)

 Thank you for choosing to help the displaced animals of Hood County through HALO's efforts!