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Scott Pool and Kara at the beach
Gail Fasi August 17, 2013 at 06:39 am
This is a wonderful testimony to the rehabilitation and dedication of The Pet Rescue Center. KaraRead More has come a very long way since being rescued. I'm also a volunteer with The Pet Rescue Center and can attest to her loving attitude and sweet disposition. She deserves a loving forever family.
Presentation of the Colors
michelina r. calderaro June 23, 2013 at 06:28 am
I am so glad I did the walk, great event and a wonderful cause, Keep on barking and supportingRead More DAWG.
Gail Fasi June 24, 2013 at 08:22 am
It was wonderful to see all of the other volunteers and, of course, the dogs! Didi stole myRead More heart...even more so on the ride back to The Pet Rescue Center in the back seat of my car. I'm looking forward to getting back into volunteering again.
Bruno giving new dad, Chris Hebenstreit, a kiss
Bobbie Herbert June 5, 2013 at 01:52 pm
So happy to see Bruno has a new forever home!!!! Thanks to all the folks who have worked with BrunoRead More to get him a new home!!!
Jan Henry June 5, 2013 at 05:17 pm
Thanks, Bobbie! We appreciate them too!
tiny April 25, 2013 at 04:42 pm
I suppose if the humans lives are not happy, the animals suffer:Read More www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0krLrtvrE0
Jan Henry April 25, 2013 at 08:34 pm
Thank you for allowing me to share it.
Dan Avery April 27, 2013 at 05:32 am
The Mission Viejo Shelter is a non-kill shelter. DAWG is an organization that is based in MissionRead More Viejo and 100% volunteer run. DAWG pays for medical expenses, training, etc., for animals looking to be adopted through the Mission Viejo Shelter. DAWG has helped over 30,000 animals find happy lives in a loving home. When the economy took the 2008 dive, people lost their homes, became desperate and animals started to be left on street corners, or, worse, locked in homes that people walked away from. All these services have been hard hit ever since. These organizations need your donations, but be careful of where you decide to donate. Do some research because not all "pet rescue" organizations are actually rescuing pets. Like a lot of other things in troubled economic times the "rescue" business can be a scam for the heartless greedheads. DAWG and The Pet Rescue Center are not scammers.
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