I had gone to a pet walk in Mission Viejo looking for a dog. I came upon the BROC space and saw a little white dog sitting behind a chair calmly watching others. She was so calm and polite that I immediately thought, “That’s the dog for me.” After getting more information about her I completed an application online. A week later Chelsea was at my house and she’s been with me ever since. Although she only has vision in one eye and is very hard of hearing, she is the sweetest dog ever. She slowly goes up stairs due to age, but when she sees a bunny on our walks she chases it like she’s a teenager again! Chelsea found her forever home with me and I couldn’t be happier.
-Sherri Koch, Orange, CA
Even Losing a Kidney Did Not Stop this Girl
Rosie was a medical mess from an LA Shelter, but her adorable face and her perseverance even after two surgeries and losing a kidney made her a Facebook celebrity. The “Dollars for Rosie” campaign brought together donors from around the country. Thanks to her delightful new mom and dad, she has a new sister and is enjoying a wonderful life.
Our Little Blind Girl Opens Up Her Heart
Daisy Lu was blind, scared, and very untrusting with other dogs when we rescued her from San Diego. She would spin when she was stressed which worried her aunties. But with time and nurturing, her spinning slowed and she learned that she was safe. When her new mama, Fairy, inquired about her, we told her everything about this special girl and she immediately said “She’s the one for me!” Without hesitation, she took this special girl home and gave her the wonderful life she deserves.
~ and they lived happily every after.
Two hearts filled with one meeting!
Morrie had been in the same home for all of his 11 years. But when his dad could no longer keep him, he grieved the loss of his family. Meanwhile, not far away, a wonderful man was grieving the loss of one of his beloved senior pups. Their meeting at the dog park became an instant bond and two hearts were again happy and full.
Kai has never met a human or pup he didn’t like.
This bouncy boy who loves to play with his squeaky tennis balls has landed in his new forever home. We are thrilled that he has a new mom, dad, and sister who will play with him and take him on long walks.
“Luke the 1st” has been adopted. We couldn’t be happier for him and his new mama and dad. So many people were a part of his journey and we are so grateful. Christine from Irvine Animal Care Center reached out to us when he was sick and needed rescue help. Dr. John at Imperial Highway Animal Clinic literally saved his life and made him “good as new”. We are thrilled that our tiny little boy has his forever home. Happy Tails Little Luke!