Our Friends, Soul Mates, Family, they were there when we needed them most.

Rock came into BRO yesterday and his foster mom Melissa welcomed with the intention of giving him a safe place as long as he needed it - a home with love for his final days which we did not expect to be long as he was 13 according to the shelter.

Unfortunately, we regret to inform everyone that Rock came to us with a very swollen abdomen and problems breathing and six short hours after we received him we had to cross him over the rainbow bridge.

Rock was spoiled for those six hours by his foster mom - he even ate her chicken soup and when he got to the vets he had his head in the treat bucket.

   

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Boxer Rescue News!

Saturday, May 6 - Petsmart, Oakville, ON
Event Date 2017-05-06
Saturday, May 6 - KW Pet Expo, Kitchener, ON
Event Date 2017-05-06

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