Dine in at Mama’s on 39 Wednesday, November 20th from 8:30 a.m. until 9 p.m., and Mama’s will donate up to 30% of your food bill back to OCPBR! The more participants the higher percentage Mama’s will give back! Please print and take the flyer into the restaurant to show your server or show them the event flyer on your phone. Mama’s has generous portions, a friendly staff and delicious food, which includes Vegan options.
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*URGENT* – We are desperately seeking a MEDICAL FOSTER for Rosie. She has been living in boarding for almost 3 years and now has undergone orthopedic TPLO surgery. She shouldn’t have to recover from surgery in boarding. Can you be her hero and let her recover peacefully in your home, Email us at [email protected].
Seriously how is this snuggle bug still homeless! Hope is a pretty chill dog in general, but when she is allowed to cuddle she immediately scoots as close as she possibly can to you and then passes out into the deepest sleep.
She is still looking for a foster home for over a month now (this is in her temp foster home on the weekends only)–yep, that’s right, this could be yours day in and day out (she’s seriously so easy). So if you know anyone who wants 65 pounds of love in their lap without having to pay for any expenses, send them to us and have them email [email protected] or fill out the app here and email it to us please http://www.ocpbr.org/foster/foster-application/
Hope info: We rescued her from Orange County Animal Animal Shelter on 8/7/17. She is around 3 years old, her skin was badly infected so it’s very clear she was neglected and she has been used over and over again in her young life for breeding…her poor nipples and skin are so very low hanging. She is crate and house trained.
Our little June was such a good girl at her specialty vet appointment, just look at her laying there for everyone to examine her!!
As we suspected the specialist believes she has environmental allergies and we need to do scratch testing to find out what exactly she is allergic too and how to treat her. We spent $306 on her consultation, which also included cytology that told us she has a secondary staph infection from the allergies and the antibiotics she was on the infection was resistant too…which means they weren’t working. She has now been switched over to antibiotics that will get rid of the infection.
The next step once the infection is gone is the scratch testing, but we need to raise $482.87 to make that happen.
To donate towards what we’ve spent or her scratch testing please click the DONATE button on the right of this page or click on the Donate tab off the main menu. Under purpose please put “For June”.