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  • 20 abandoned Highland dogs rescued by Orange County animal shelter (CA)

    04/08/2016 5:27:18 PM PDT · by chrisinoc · 9 replies ^ | 4/8/2016 | Nereida Moreno
    DEVORE >> An Orange County non-profit organization has adopted 20 of the 38 German shepherd-mix dogs that were discovered in an abandoned Highland home earlier this week. German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County, an organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing purebred German Shepherds picked the dogs up from Devore Animal Shelter Friday morning.
  • Courage Update (Abused German Shepherd)- Preliminary Hearing July 12

    07/12/2010 9:25:17 PM PDT · by chrisinoc · 16 replies
    For those who have not followed the story on Courage: The preliminary hearing for Kimberly Nizato, a Bellflower woman charged with animal cruelty in the case of a severely emaciated German shepherd, began Monday and then was continued to July 26.
  • Courage Update! Abused German Shepherd Making Recovery

    05/04/2010 9:45:29 PM PDT · by chrisinoc · 3 replies · 413+ views
    Update on Courage, the abused German Shepherd. Also go to:
  • Foster Mom of Rescued German Shepherd Courage will adopt him (+ more great pictures)

    04/30/2010 4:20:58 PM PDT · by SmartInsight · 26 replies · 845+ views
    April 22 -- Courage went for his blood test today. He has gained 20 pounds since his 4/7 rescue! He is upright and has found his voice! This is one talkative dog--he has a lot to say! He is still bony but not as frail and he definitely has more stamina! Hurray! April 24 -- It's official: Courage's foster mommy wants to adopt him once all of the legalities have concluded! She can't imagine living without him! Courage is now learning what toys are! His muscles are continuing to improve! April 28--Courage continues to improve and is eating kibble! He...
  • Neglected German shepherd ("Courage") looks like new dog (great picture!)

    04/23/2010 4:33:02 PM PDT · by SmartInsight · 96 replies · 2,137+ views
    Orange County Register ^ | April 23, 2010 | OCR
    About Courage: A 3-year-old German shepherd was taken by a Good Samaritan to an Orange County veterinary clinic April 7 near death from starvation. German Shepherd Rescue Group of Orange County stepped in and offered to pay for the dog's care.
  • Suspect in abuse case (German Shepherd "Courage") makes bail, has court date

    04/20/2010 8:50:26 PM PDT · by SmartInsight · 129 replies · 1,597+ views
    Orange County Register ^ | Apr 19, 2010 | Samantha Gowen
    Nizato has been charged with one count of felony animal cruelty and one misdemeanor count of failure to provide care, according to Capt. Aaron Reyes with Southeast Area Animal Control Authority. She met a $20,000 bail requirement over the weekend, Reyes said, and is due at the Bellflower Courthouse on May 10 for an arraignment hearing. GSROC is now considered the owner of Courage. The evidence provided by the veterinary staffs at both the ER clinic and by Dr. Bill Grant at Community Veterinary Hospital in Garden Grove in Garden Grove was sufficient for Reyes and his team to grant...
  • Irvine vet tech arrested in case of abused dog (German Shepherd "Courage")

    04/16/2010 5:15:17 PM PDT · by SmartInsight · 22 replies · 1,106+ views
    Orange County Register ^ | April 16, 2010 | Samantha Gowen
    A 26-year-old Bellflower woman and part-time veterinary technician who works in Irvine was arrested Friday in the case of a German shepherd found near death in her back yard. Kimberly Nizato went with her father to Southeast Area Animal Control Authority in Downey to complete a request for paperwork on her dog, named Bosco, and was summarily arrested, according to Capt. Aaron Reyes, SEAACA director. Before invoking her right to a lawyer, Nizato admitted to authorities that she is the dog's owner, Reyes said. The 3-year-old dog was taken from her home in Bellflower by a witness on April 7...
  • Courage (Rescued German Shepherd) update: Officials have suspect in sight

    04/14/2010 8:18:37 PM PDT · by SmartInsight · 46 replies · 1,529+ views
    Orange County Registrar ^ | April 14, 2010 | Samantha Gowen
    Officers with the Southeast Area Animal Control Authority have a suspect under investigation in the animal abuse case of Courage, a German shepherd found nearly starved to death April 7. The suspect is a 26-year-old woman who lives in Bellflower, according to Capt. Aaron Reyes with SEAACA. "We will not discount the crime here," he said. "We will go after a felony charge." The dog, which ate dirt to survive, was taken from the home by an anonymous Good Samaritan on April 7 and transported to an animal emergency hospital in Orange County. Volunteers with the German Shepherd Rescue of...
  • Neglected German shepherd eats dirt to survive

    04/14/2010 2:36:44 AM PDT · by South40 · 75 replies · 2,699+ views
    Orange County Register ^ | 4/13/2010 | Samantha Gowen
    Somewhere in a lonely back yard, a young dog lived chained to a tree without food, water or attention. He waited for that food, and when it didn’t come, he ate dirt. Eventually the dog laid down and he didn’t get up. But still, he didn’t die. An anonymous Good Samaritan stepped in April 7 and rescued the German shepherd from sure death. The animal, not much more than skin and bone, wailed in agony on the way to get help. The dog was taken to an emergency animal hospital in Orange County where a horrified veterinary technician called...
  • GSROC (German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County) Is against Military Personnel

    02/10/2009 9:40:15 AM PST · by salsagev007 · 14 replies · 723+ views
    The GSROC is a non profit organization that classifies all military personnel and their families as UNFIT to be able to own a dog. I earn over 6 figures, have a huge house, prior owner of owning german Shepherds and I was classified as unfit to adopt a puppy which was in the local shelter because I am a member of the United States Military as a Reservist. how unfair is this? Yes we might get deployed and we will have to find a home for the dog while gone but you can also get FIRED from your civilian job...