In Memoriam

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Willie

Willie

BRIT# 20171109 Status: ADOPTED Age: 10 yrs Gender: Male Weight:   36 lbs Hello everyone, my name is “Willie” – BRIT named me that because I’m an old fella – kinda like the famous Willie (Nelson, that is). I’ve had a hard life. I came from a shelter south of Dallas. I wandered up there across a huge field. They immediately contacted BRIT and I was at the vet in 24 hours. That’s a miracle in itself – when I got to the vet I could barely hold my head up, I couldn’t walk, or even stand up. I’ve been in hospital care for several weeks tending to my severe case of pneumonia. I am doing better, but it’s been a long road to recovery. I need to gain weight (at least 10 pounds)....

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Margie

Margie

BRIT# 20170303 Status: IN MEMORIAM  Age: 9 years Gender: Female Weight:   36 lbs Margie crossed The Rainbow Bridge on January 10, 2018 – run free sweet girl – you were VERY loved ! My name is “Margie” and my story is short – I came from a shelter in West Texas where they said I was in serious danger – (you see the shelter was very full). We think I am a blend of a French Brittany and who know what else. But rest assured I’m a sweetheart – you’ll fall head over heals in love with me! Her Foster Dad says she’s “wonderful” ! She gets along with his dogs and is a real affectionate girl. Margie is up to date on her shots, spayed, and...

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Elderly Brittany rescued from Hurricane Harvey Flood Waters

Elderly Brittany rescued from Hurricane Harvey Flood Waters

A good Samaritan rescued a, 21 lb, 14-yr-old Brittany female from the aftermath of the Hurricane Harvey Flood in Houston. He took her to the Freeport Veterinary Medical Center where BRIT found out about her. She was in very rough shape with a severely matted coat, starving, and unable to stand. Our awesome transport volunteer Bill (also from Houston) took time away from his own flood restoration work to make the long drive to pick her up and take her to an interim foster home with Dr. Samantha Pulliam, a vet in Navasota, TX. After a thorough examination by our Dr. Pam Saliba we’ve learned she has a heart murmur, suffering from a little dementia, a mouth full of rotted...

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Trixie

Trixie

BRIT# 20170801 Status: ADOPTED Age: 5 years Gender: Female Weight:   18 lbs I know what you’re thinking: I have never seen a Brittany girl this pretty and this LITTLE. BRIT says I’m a “pocket Brittany” – not too sure what that means. I’m little but I certainly won’t fit in your pocket! I’ve had a couple of really scary days. I was surrendered to a shelter through no fault of my own. But I don’t want to talk about that. Here’s what I want to tell you: I’m going into a foster home in a few days and they promise to report back singing all my praises. I can tell you I’m sweet, adorable, affectionate and love to be loved – belly rubs are high on my list of must haves. I’ve...

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Dolly

Dolly

Status: Crossed the Rainbow BridgeJuly 31, 2016 Age: 3 yr Gender: Female Weight:   35 lbs Dolly came to use from a West Texas shelter and appeared healthy.  Our vets got her caught up on her shots and spayed over the weekend. She was waiting for her foster home when Dr. Pam got an emergency call from one of the vet techs that Dolly was not well. Dr. Pam raced up to the clinic in the middle of the night and performed emergency surgery from 1:00 am to 3:30 am because Dolly was bleeding internally. We are not sure of the cause but are thinking it could have been a tick borne blood disorder.  Dolly crossed the Rainbow Bridge during surgery. Although she wasn’t with us...

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BB MAXX

BB MAXX

BRIT# 20141202 Status: Crossed the Rainbow BridgeJuly 29, 2016 Age: 11 years old Gender: Male Weight:   52 lbs With a heavy heart we must share the loss of a great Brittany … Our beloved BB Maxx crossed The Rainbow Bridge on Friday, July 29th. He came to us from a shelter at 11 years of age and had medical issues. He was adopted by the most terrific family, Pat & Gary Allshouse who called him Max. They gave him a wonderful home for the last two years of his life.  Run free big guy! Hi! I’m “BB (Big Brittany) MAXX”! Please call me MAXX. I’m in BRIT rescue because I ended up in a shelter – what a scary place that was. I heard them say I would be put down the...

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