Midnight seems lovely. I need an application & I can't wait to meet her.
Happy Trails& Tails,
Gerri Harper said:February 23, 2015 11:02 am PST
I hear that Devore has Poms coming in from a hoarding situation. Are you taking any of those? I work in rescue. My neighbor lost her Pom of 15 years to heart disease a number of months back and she is looking for another doll. She asked me to help her. It is an adult home and we are at Oxnard at the beach. She was in love with your Bella but when we asked about her she was adopted. Please keep in contact with me regarding new Poms that come into the rescue. My neighbor would prefer to rescue. Her other Poms came from the Camarillo Shelter.
Trina said:February 14, 2015 10:14 am PST
I lost my buddy my first Pom Boo Boo Bear in May I miss him so much I have 3 others but would love to volunteer my time to he the Pom rescue
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!
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