Since CCRT began in 1999, we have seen hundreds of dogs come into our care and be adopted by loving, wonderful families. We are always incredibly sad to hear when a CCRT rescue dog moves on to Rainbow Bridge. However, we know they spent their last years being adored and cared for by the special people who adopted them. Below you will find photos and stories of some of the dogs that are now waiting for us at the Bridge. If you have a CCRT dog that has passed on, you are welcome to submit a photo and story via email to info@ccrt.net and it would be a privilege to include it on this webpage. We remember because we can never forget.   

Titom

Titom (petit homme - little man) came into our life in April 2004 at just 4 years old. He had been surrended for "personal" reasons from his former owners. From the minute Titom walked in the door he assumed the position literally right on top of me on the couch. He...

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Bear

August 2011 RIP part of your Momma's heart forever

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Peso

September 7, 2010 I adopted Peso about 5 years ago from the CCRT and I'm sad to say we lost him today to a heart attack. He will be sadly missed. Ed

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Bobbie

RIP May 27, 2009 Bobbie was a permenant foster dog of the CCRT for just over 3 years. We were very fortunate to have been selected as Bobbie's foster family and to have had the opportunity to share our lives with her. She and her "brother" were surrendered when their...

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Fab

RIP March 15, 2009 It is with regret that we announce Fab, a sweet older boy who only spent a few weeks with CCRT in foster care, has passed on to Rainbow Bridge. Fab was dropped off at an Ontario shelter in a box with a note around his neck that read 'free to good...

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