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  • 24 Rescued German Sheps Treated to Day of Pampering

    http://www.ocregister.com/articles/d...up-german.html

    PLACENTIA – Serenity had a full day of relaxation ahead of her.

    Her nails would be trimmed and her matted fur shampooed and groomed. She could even get an oatmeal bath and a massage.

    The 4-year-old German shepherd and 23 of her furry friends were in for a day of pampering Thursday at Pawsatively Elegant, a pet salon in Placentia that donated its services and shut down early for the special clients.

    “It’s like a whole spa day experience and probably the first of their lives,” said Maria Dales, director of German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County. “I’m so excited. This is ‘Extreme Makeover: Shepherd Edition’.”

    Serenity didn’t always have a peaceful existence. About a week ago, she was rescued in a raid on a condemned home in Highland, a city in San Bernardino County.

    She was living with 37 other pups, the bulk of whom were rescued by the Newport Beach-based rescue group, which has a kennel in Yorba Linda.

    The county suspected that the animals were abandoned and left a notice on the residence asking for contact within 24 hours, officials said. When they didn’t hear back, they seized the dogs – 37 were German shepherds and one was a Chihuahua. The owner has since signed off on the seizure.

    The rescue was the group’s largest in its 18 years...........
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  • #2
    So happy for them. The thought of doing 24 is pretty exhausting though especially in poor condition, but worth it.

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    • #3
      That was really nice of Christine to do, and a great experience for her students.

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      • #4
        Hugs to all that helped.

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