Cooper came into BRO as an emergency because he needed medical attention that was beyond his family's means. We attempted to treat Copper and get him back on his paws but sadly, it turns out that this sweet boy now has inoperable tumours and fast growing cancer. We will not be adopting him out but he will spend the rest of his time with his foster family. He is being very spoiled and showered with cuddles and affection from his foster parents, children and the dogs in the household. He will spend his final days swaddled in all the love that BRO can give.
Copper passed to the Rainbow Bridge in the Summer of 2015. Run free Copper. Run free!
Dogs who have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge
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