Gone but not forgotten...


Such a big personality in such a tiny, adorable package...run free little man!

Crossed the bridge:

March 2020


Neko was adopted in 2014. He was such a happy boy and was always so happy to see his furever mom. We are so thankful that he found such a wonderful loving home. Be at peace, Neko.

Crossed the bridge:

May 2019


This sassy pants came to us as an owner surrender. While she didn't find a new forever family, she found a different kind of family with us. We will miss your slow walk and fake charging run. Be at peace, Mia.

Crossed the bridge:

April 30, 2019


An AAS lifer and very special lady...Missy was surrounded by her friends from the shelter when she crossed the rainbow bridge.  Although she was not the easiest girl, she was ours and we will miss her. Rest in peace, Missy.

Crossed the bridge:

April 1, 2019


Izzy was a permanent resident of the shelter. Her favorite activities included being spoiled by Shelly, showing shy dogs the ropes in PB and giving Tanner what-for through the fence. 


Enjoy all of the apples! Rest in peace, Izzy...you will be missed. 

Crossed the bridge:

July 15, 2018

Beauregard (Beau)

​Rest in peace, Beau...

Crossed the bridge:

December 2018


Our lovable southern gentleman. We hope you are enjoying lounging on Heaven's furniture and and enjoying an endless supply of carrots.


Rest in peace, Earl..we take comfort in knowing that you are with your best buddy, Brandy

Crossed the bridge:

November 2017


Rest in peace, Brandy...we take comfort in knowing that you are with your best buddy, Earl

Crossed the bridge:

August 2017


Who could ever forget Mooneye? He did "lazy" better than any dog we know!


Rest in peace, Mooneye

Crossed the bridge:

January 2017


Despite being at the shelter, Baxter exuded happiness. He would greet volunteers with that ear to ear grin every morning. We will never forget his love of the giant orange ball and how he would obsessively lick and slobber all over it and his sheer joy over the water hose.


Every time we see a rainbow we know without a doubt that it is Baxter enjoying a water hose in Heaven.


Rest in peace, Baxter...you are missed more than you could possibly imagine.

Crossed the bridge:

October 2016


Rest in peace Simba. . .

Crossed the bridge:

June 2016


You came to us abandoned, frightened, hungry, sick, injured, and neglected, but you still forgave those who abused you. We loved you every day that you were here, and we will miss you every day for the rest of our lives. At the Rainbow Bridge, may you enjoy all the others who have left us too soon, until we meet again. Thank you, God, for sending this wonderful creature to share his unconditional love and companionship with us. We learn so much about forgiveness and the power of kindness to mend a broken heart. This special messenger was never ours, but belonged to you. . . and to you he must return"

Crossed the bridge:

May 2016


Bailey was brought to the shelter as a young dog by someone who witnessed him being thrown from a moving truck on Mercury Blvd. As a result, Bailey needed and received surgery on both knees. Later in life he lost his sight; however, he never let that stop him though. He could play soccer with the orange ball with his nose like a champ!

Rest in peace Bailey, when the thunder rolls we know it it is you with that giant orange ball

Crossed the bridge:

November 2016

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