OF ALL OUR BEAUTIFUL RESCUES WHO HAVE PASSED OVER THE RAINBOW BRIDGE
It is with great sadness we say goodbye to "Ralph" our oldest Bouvier in Foster. We helped him over the rainbow bridge this morning. Ralph you will be missed, you were the love of your foster family's life and a true gentleman. Our condolences to his foster parents and the Bouvier Rescue Team. A huge thank you to Jack-Deborah Freeman who sponsored Ralph in the last couple of years of his life and made it as comfortable as possible. I will miss those grey eyebrows and supreme stature of this wonderful old boy. R.I.P. Ralph. JANUARY 2019
This has been one of the hardest weeks for Bouvier Rescue. Coco has been diagnosed with cancer in an advanced stage. We have again had to make the decision to let her pass over the rainbow bridge. The Bouvier Rescue Team and Emma her foster mother who is now standing with Coco are devastated. Coco though we did not get a chance to get to know you we love you. May you run free in Gods eternal garden of love free of cancer and pain.R.I.P. Sweet Coco our condolences to Emma. I am so heartbroken, so heartbroken. JANUARY 2018
George was adopted by Tom and Thia Pearsal in April 2017. Thank you for adopting an old doggie that needed love. You gave him a year of love, kindness and companionship. R.I.P. George. We will always love you.
Dakota passed over the rainbow bridge in 2018. R.I.P. Sweet girl. Thank you to Mariaan Heunis and family for giving her a second chance of happiness. You gave her love and comfort.