LETTER FROM THE RAINBOW BRIDGE
Imagine a scenario where a dog lays on a cold cement floor and is scared and alone. Or he is out on the streets alone and hungry, laying his head in an alley. And that poor, sweet dog is breathing his last breath. He crosses the Rainbow Bridge without knowing the love of a human and no human to wait for at the Rainbow Bridge. I was in that place, scared and alone, until Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue took me in. And from there I found my mom and dad and I had no more bad days. I had the best life ever with everything I needed and wanted. The first most important thing they did for me was take me in and gave me a safe, loving home and the second most important thing they did for me was let me go when it was time and they were with me at the end when I crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.
Now I have a job at the Rainbow Bridge. I’m here for all the dogs that cross over that didn’t have a human there for them and they don’t have someone to wait for at the Rainbow Bridge. There is nothing sadder up here than to see their faces as they watch another dog's excitement and joy when they get to see their humans again and the realization that they think they will never get to have that joy. So I acclimate them and then help them become ready to go back, so they have the opportunity to have a family and humans that love them. Every dog should have a family that loves them and keeps them safe and is there for them at the end, but that is not the case for so many dogs. Sadly, I’m very busy with my job, as there are far too many dogs that come here that have no one. This is where DLRR comes in. They help rescue so many of these dogs so they can find a loving home.
Please consider helping DLRR. They need your donations so they can save many more labs like me. Save them from dying scared and alone, and having no one to wait for at the Rainbow Bridge. Your donations will help DLRR with medical expenses for all the injured and sick dogs that they take in. Please help make my job here at the Rainbow Bridge less busy.
Thank you DLRR for saving me and giving me my family! Thank you for giving me the opportunity to have someone who loves me so that I can wait for them here at the Rainbow Bridge.
Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue of Phoenix (DLRR) is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to finding loving, life-long homes for displaced Labrador Retrievers. In addition to rescue, our volunteers provide medical care and/or rehabilitation for these dogs and then attempt to match them with appropriate, permanent homes. Through public education, we strive to help eliminate animal overpopulation by encouraging the spaying and neutering of pets. We are a 501(c)(3) organization. We rely on fundraising and donations to continue saving as many labs as we can. Last year alone we spent over $400,000 in veterinary expenses. So please consider helping to Save a Life. How? Please make a donation to DLRR and help us Save a Life!