Andre J. “Frenchy” Renault
Veteran and businessman, he is the proud owner of Denton’s famed Frenchy’s lawn care service. Known for their bright orange color, Frenchy’s lawn care has over 25 trucks actively servicing lawns. Alongside his business credentials Frenchy has become a popular personality and is a very close friend of ours. We are grateful for Frenchy’s support and aid in our mission to change lives.
Ranch Hands Rescue’s Ambassador and Fox News Sports Director, also host of Sports Sunday. Mike Doocy has covered a Cowboys Super Bowl win, a Stars Stanley Cup celebration, rangers play off appearances and the Dallas Mavericks. We are blessed to have his friendship and Contribution to our cause.
Representative and businessman from Flowermound, Texas . He represents District 63. Representative Parker assumed office on January 9, 2007 and continues to go above and beyond to serve his constituents in Denton, County. We are blessed to have Representative Tan Parker as a supporter for our cause and an ally in our mission to save lives.
Doris Roberts is a five time Emmy Award winning actress who is best-known for her role as Marie Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond.
Jack Betts’ career as an actor and singer has spanned over six decades. He has starred in spaghetti westerns and acted in Spider-Man, Gods and Monsters, Friends, Frasier and many others.
Maria Elena Infantino
Maria Elena Infantino, a native of Italy, is a singer and an actress. She has performed all over the world to sold out houses, and she is a strong supporter of Ranch Hand Rescue.
A message from one of our supporters:
These precious animals deserve our help. Please give what you can so we are all able to support Ranch Hand Rescue’s Cause.”
Since our inception in April 2009 we have acquired over 250 farm animals, which necessitated building a new barn, hiring additional staff and leasing additional land to accommodate them. The need is on-going. We get 3-4 calls per week.
With your help we hope to partner with additional rescue organizations and veterinarians to facilitate adoptions of rescued farm animals. Pending adoptions, we will provide support to foster families and other agencies providing interim care for these rescued animals. We hope to expand our foster family network and expand our existing sanctuary location to provide housing for additional animals.We also plan to develop a program for low cost spay/neuter & vaccination clinics with the help of local veterinarians. Recognizing that education is key to healthy animals and controlling population growth we will continue to educate the public through tours, open houses and events at the sanctuary.
The sanctuary is physically located in Argyle, Texas, and serves surrounding communities and all of North Texas. We are dedicated to responsible pet ownership, public educational endeavors, and spay/neuter programs with the goal of promoting no-kill across Texas.