Boxer Rescue Ontario had to say goodbye to Taurus Friday December 27th, 2013.
Taurus came into foster care and unfortunately was discovered to have medical issues that were determined to be terminal. We made the painful decision to end her suffering and helped her cross the rainbow bridge to be with all the boxer brothers and sisters waiting over there?
Run free little girl.
November 29th, 2013 What a change in this girl! Taurus is doing extremely well enjoying her foster siblings and all the love her foster dad gives her. No more itchy skin for this girl - look at that shiny coat! This is what your donations help us do - everyone that volunteers and donates to BRO should be really proud of themselves.
October 2013 Taurus's ear have been coming along nicely due to her foster dad working so hard to get the infection cleared up and changing her diet - she seems to be getting along with her foster siblings and enjoys running around the house while her foster dad is at work.
September 2013 Taurus came to us through a shelter QHS and the help of one of our BRO volunteers - what a sad looking girl she was for sure. This poor girl had been used as a breeder with a previously broken back leg that was never taken care of and turned out - infected ears that were draining and now caulifowered and terribly itchy skin - not to mention the tapeworm.
Little Taurus was a breeder surrender that came into BRO in pretty rough shape and needing alot of TLC. Taurus is a sweet little gal that came to us with hives and very infected ears due to allergies. She has since had her ear infections cleared up and her hives are all gone so she is ready for adoption. This little lady gets along well with her foster siblings, obeys basic commands, enjoys her walks and is great on the leash. Taurus would do well in a house with another dog as she does suffer from slight seperation anxiety and she enjoys the company while you are at work.
Dogs who have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge
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