While I did not get my Pom, Brutus from SCPR , I'm writing to commend them and their efforts to save these wonderful, personality filled pups. Anyone considering rescuing a Pom do so knowing it will fill your heart with love and change your life forever.
Paul Vohsing said:October 21, 2012 11:34 pm PST
I would like first to thank everyone involved in bring our sweet little Oliver (Nono Solo) into our family, he was a very disadvantaged little dog when we first met him. But he has blossomed into a wonderful integral part of our family. He has stolen our hearts, and along with our other little boy Buddy, they are a sweet pair of fuzzy butts. Secondly i would like to thank and also commend everyone involved with SCPR for their hard and tireless efforts on behalf of so many wonderful little fuzzy butts . Here's to all of you, you are a very wonderful part of a harsh world.... May God Bless!
Melanie Pickrell said:August 27, 2012 5:17 pm PST
My previous dog was a yorkie and I had her for 17 years. I waited a year and then started looking for a new doggie. I saw Mona's picture on craigslist, she was in a high kill shelter in Ukiah, CA. She is an adorable red or sable pomerainian, I drove 4 hours to get her, I got there 15 minutes before they closed. This dog is the smartest, sweetest dog I have ever had. I am just writing to say that this breed is wonderful, Mona has a permanent smile on her face and is now a happy beach dog in Half Moon Bay.
Daphne Seaman said:August 7, 2012 8:39 pm PST
I had to put my 4 legged best friend to sleep about 6 months ago and I dearly miss her. She is the second Pom I've had, first for 15 yes and second one for 4 yrs. I work a lot and that's the only thing holding me back from getting me another one. I love your site.
Ric said:August 7, 2012 7:39 am PST
Leeza Chelo is doing fine she is the best dog ive had since my first dog shadow died. Thank you
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