Courtney is an Army Reservist with two dogs whom she loves.  Unfortunately, being a reservist keeps Courtney from home for long periods of time and neighbors have been helping care for her beloved babies, Mecca and Roxy.  At the end of April, Courtney was deployed to Afghanistan for a year or longer.  Knowing she would be gone for such a long period of time Courtney made the heart wrenching decision to find a new home for Mecca and Roxy.

With the help of forwarded emails, Courtney was able to contact Alexandra Kelsey.  Ms. Kelsey’s love of pets and numerous contacts makes her the unofficial rescue coordinator for the state of Texas.  Meadowlake Pet Resort agreed to help these two ladies and immediately called the numerous rescue groups Meadowlake works with to see if anyone had room for Mecca and Roxy in their program.  Red Collar Rescue willingly accepted Mecca and Roxy into their adoption program.  Ms. Kelsey and Red Collar Rescue started raising funds to get Mecca and Roxy up to date on all of their shots.  After visiting the vet Mecca and Roxy will be staying at Meadowlake Pet Resort, free of charge, until a new home can be found for these two little ladies.

About Mecca and Roxy: Roxy is a five year old shepherd mix who is playful and sweet.  She is spayed and likes to play with other dogs her size or smaller.  Roxy also likes kids.  Mecca is a five year old terrier mix.  Mecca is polite, playful and is good with other dogs and children.  If you are interested in adopting or fostering Mecca and Roxy please contact Red Collar Rescue at

Meadowlake Pet Resort is a brand new pet resort located just minutes from the Medical Center and the Pearland area. Meadowlake offers boarding, grooming, daycare and training for all pets on 4 acres of green fields and a state of the art facility. For more information about Meadowlake Pet Resort, visit

Red Collar Rescue, Inc., is a non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to providing rescue services, vet care, foster care, and adoptive placement to stray and abandoned dogs and cats.  They are an all volunteer group.  For more information about Red Collar Rescue visit