Photos of our dogs who have crossed the Rainbow Bridge
Cami lived her life breeding dogs and making money for someone who seriously mistreated her. She found herself at a shelter in a small parish in Louisiana. The wonderful shelter volunteers contacted us and drove Cami to us! Cami was in poor shape and was heartworm positive. It took awhile for her to learn to be the dog she was meant to be. What a joy it was to watch her transformation! Sadly, Cami passed away from congestive heart failure in 2014 just 6 months after coming to live with us. We have no doubt that those few months were the best of Cami’s life!
Wolfie somehow wound up in a shelter in San Antonio, TX. He was lucky enough to be adopted! Unfortunately, his owner fell on hard times and was no longer able to care for him. We knew by the looks of him that he wasn’t a Chinese Crested but he was hairless so we agreed to take him. Wolfie was diganosed with Cushings Disease which explained his hair loss. He lived with us for about 6 months before he crossed the Rainbow Bridge in June 2015.
Lil Bit was purchased from a breeder but was obviously a very sick little boy. His owner couldn’t care for him so we took him in. Initially he was being treated for a GI tract infection. The doctor did an ultrasound and discovered that Lil Bit had renal dysplasia. He was born with malformed kidneys. He was given a life expectancy of about a year to a year and a half. Lil Bit made the most of his time here on earth! He enjoyed sunbathing and feeling the breeze on a sunny day. Lil Bit’s system started shutting down and toxins were over taking his body. We helped Lil Bit cross the Rainbow Bridge in January 2016. He lived 3 years longer than expected!