She gave Finnegan and I so much love and our memories are filled with that love. Thank you for loving us Betty White. Run free beautiful lady.
July 3, 2003-March 2016:
Missy the best basset girl, loving and gentle. Miss you.
Terry and Ray
YOUR 25 YEARS OF SELFLESS DEDICATION TO THE WABR CAUSE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. WE TREASURE EVERY MEMORY AND APPRECIATE YOUR TEACHING US WHAT A RESCUE IS REALLY ALL ABOUT. LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU.
THE DROOL CREW
One of the last rescues saved when Pat Benstine had her stroke. "We love you, Hattie. Run free til we meet again."
Mike and Betty
Our darling Dixie slipped her earthy bonds 21 May 2017, 10 days past her 14th birthday. Rescued from WABR in 2009 she became our devoted pack leader, looking after all of us, fearlessly defending and protecting. She has left a huge dent in our hearts. Thank you sweet warrior princess, you've earned your rest.
The last dog owned by Pat Benstine before her death in 2013. Each kept each other company until the end. Two grand great ladies. RIP Pat and Mama Love.
From the moment Sima arrived in our home, we truly loved and cherished her. She was such a special blessing.
Elvis and Bertie 2017
Best friends loved other's company especially on their adventure walks. Both passed away within months of each other and it comforts their family to think of them together in their after life.
Paula Moreschi and family
Lulu April 2017
Lulu lived a happy, slobbery, sassy, spoiled life full of belly rubs, cookies, and doggie daycare. Thank you WABR for bringing this sweet girl into our lives. She is missed immensely.
Trudie Yonge Williams
Quincy was stubborn, smelly, and not very smart-but he sure was a sweet old soul. Rest easy boy.
MEMORY POSTINGS WILL BE ROTATED ANNUALLY. DONATIONS IN MEMORY OF YOUR DOG ARE ALWAYS GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED
Moo, you were the sweetest dog anyone could have been blessed with. Run like the wind until we meet again.
March 21, 2017 As an older old dog, you lived in a dusty backyard before WABR rescued you. Sally Green didn't care about your history and adopted you any way. Needing hospice care, the Plunkett family didn't care and took you in any way. Described as a gentleman and an amazing dog, RIP, Copper.
Though tormented with demons, you did your best to try to get along. You were loved, never forget that.
The Drool Crew