April 2005 – November 2014, Rescued from the county shelter, because no one came to claim her. And being a senior and also sick, she did not stand a chance of getting adopted. She spoke to your heart with her eyes. We did not have her for long, but we loved her with all our hearts. After being used as a breeder dog for years, she was dumped at the shelter. We later found out she was riddled with cancer and her gall bladder was full of stones. Nothing short of a miracle would have saved her. She rests in peace now, having been loved for the first time in her life by us. Donation by Sandra Browning
A Chihuahua, 4/28/91-4/11/06, who from the day she came to her forever home from the backyard breeder, she was loved. She stole everyone’s heart, but lost a courageous battle against kidney disease that turned into kidney failure. One would never guess a little dog under 3 lbs. could have such a presence, but she did, and she is in a better place, waiting at the bridge. Donation by Sandra Browning.
A miniature Poodle, owned by Helen Agnew and Jim Brewer. Tippi was rescued in Athens by Sandra Browning’s mother and aunt who was only going to foster her until a home was found. It was, with Sandra’s aunt, where Tippi lived the life she deserved, well cared for and loved. Donation by Sandra Browning.
Chihuahua, 2/2/98-3/28/14 Allly’ s life started in a puppy mill, but she was luck-she escaped along with her mother and litter mates. She was full of life and spunk, and shared her time here with two rescue doggie friends, Rusty, and after he passed, with Noah. He was her constant companion in her later years. It reminded their owners of the movie, “ The Notebook” (they were named after the lead characters) and their love and devotion for each other matched the stars of the movie. They left their owners, Robert and Juanita Archer witih many treasured memories and they are truly missed. Donation by Sandra Browning.
Was loved by many. Her owners were Tom and Ann Lane, and her friends, many. Donations made by: Nancy Barnes, Rebecca Beets, Carloee Berasi, Tricia Clements, Linda and Daniel Karlo.
A Collie who was taken in by Debbi St. Germain when her owner died. Donation by Mike and Kathy Dickens.
Loved by owners Natalie and Justin Knight. Donation by Mike and Kathy Dickens.
A Bichon Frise, loved by owners Mike, Sharon, Anna, and Madeline Larson. Donation by Mike and Kathy Dickens.
A rescued Min Pin, taken in from a pet sanctuary that was closed down. She loved stealing cherry tomatoes when they fell on the ground and even learned how to bump the pots to make them fall! On the day she passed, she had a cherry tomato, and when she came in, the hard decision was made to make that final vet visit. Despite all of her medical conditions, she was loved and cared for to the end by Mikal and Fran Jackson. Donation by Mike and Kathy Dickens.
The perfect Toy Fox Terrier, was owned by Robert and Juanita Archer. He came from a backyard breeder who sold him to a family whose little girl abused him. Despite all the health problems he developed, he was loved and cared for. Donation by Sandra Browning.
A spunky little red and tan Chihuahua 4/28/92-2/16/09. Chica had a huge personality. She was found walking a busy road in a subdivision. Workers said if we didn’t take her, they’d leave her to roam. So of course, she became a Browning. We tried to adopt her out, but she played dead when the family came to look at her so needless to say they left thinking she was gone. As soon as they drove away, she jumped up. Sandra Browning was the owner and she has said “there will never be another Chica. We were privileged to have shared most of her time on earth” and she will be missed. Donation by Sandra Browning.
Schnauzer, who enjoyed living at the beach with Connie and Danny Yoe. His sister, Savannah, also a Schnauzer mix misses him. Donation by Mike and Kathy Dickens.
A donation by Juliana Quadrozzi
A donation by Sandra Browning, her mother’s neighbor and best friend
A donation by Sandra Browning, in memory of her father, James Phillips, and her cousin, Dale Jackson