Breeder Release Adoption Services (BRAS), is a group of volunteers and fosters who work with dogs from breeding mills in Colorado (with fosters in Arizona and New Mexico). These dedicated people give abused pups veterinary care, rehabilitation and when needed, hospice care.
After the jump are a few of the dogs looking for homes in the Arizona area.
For the first six years of her life, Jullian has only known life inside a small cage with her only human interaction being abuse (physical and emotionally) but thankfully BRAS stepped in and this special girl now has a second chance. Sweet Jullian is a special adopter who would do well with other small socialized dogs and a kind human to help her learn what real love is.
Abe was given to BRAS by his owners when they could no longer care for him. He is three years old, loves taking walks and does well with his foster siblings.
Tiny little Madonna is just 7 month olds and comes in at a whopping 3 pounds! Charming little Madge needs a home with no small children because of her size.
Adorable little Piper is a four year old Yorkipoo. Piper is a social butterfly, who would love to have a sibling to hand out with.
Cash was pulled from the e-list last minute. He would love to have another dog (his size) to play with around the house. Besides loving to play, he also enjoys a good cuddle.
Shelters and rescue groups: Would you like your adoptable pets featured on Pawesome? Let us know and we’ll feature them in our weekly roundup, The Pawesome Pound!