Over The Bridge

There is an Indian legend which says, “When a human dies, there is a bridge they must cross to enter into heaven. At the head of that bridge waits every animal that human encountered during their lifetime. The animals, based upon what they know of this person, decide which humans may cross the bridge…and which are turned away.”

  • Wynn *Always in our hearts

    August 2016 just wanted to let you know that Wynn, a golden-retriever mix that we adopted from SCGRR in September 2003, passed away today.  We believe he was 14 years old:   when we adopted him— from an outreach event you did in Montrose—we were told he was about a year old.   He had severe orthopedic […]

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  • Achiu *Always in our hearts

    August 2016 Throughout our lives we are constantly saying hellos and goodbyes. We also greet the fur family members we instinctively know will be in our lives forever. Life is an unbroken cycle of birth and passing. I have had to kiss someone goodbye that I knew I would outlive but someone I would rather […]

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  • Honeylamb

    Honeylamb came into rescue in June right after the extremely hot week we had in So Cal. She was covered in sores and scabs.  It looked just painful to even touch her.  Her fur was falling off of most of her and was very teddybear like.  She had a big pot belly and she was […]

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  • Riley*Always in our hearts

    August 2016  Riley (aka Liam) came to SCGRR 6 years ago extremely underweight, with deep wounds on his face, and his ears stiff from chronic infections. He had obviously never been on a leash or in a car. We were lucky enough to adopt him, and he turned out to be the sweetest, best-behaved dog […]

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