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The Love For PACC was started when I rescued a little 5 week old pit bull named Princessa, in March of 2010 at that time I didn’t know it was going to get me started in the rescue world. In April of 2011 I went to a shelter in Montana where I met a crazy dog named Bruiser, he was the dog who did everything you aren’t suppose to do to get adopted. When I walked by his kennel he lunge growled drooled barked, he scared me I thought who would be crazy enough to adopt this dog. 2 weeks later he was coming home with me I re-named him Cruizer, he was not the “good” dog he had issues. I learned that he was used as a fight & bait dog. Sadly Cruizer went to the Rainbow Bridge on August 15 2017. In January of 2016 I was transporting 6 puppies from a rural shelter to a rescue when the puppies tested positive for parvo. The rescue was unable to take them so they came home with me, 4 of the 6 puppies passed away August & Cooper were the two surviving puppies, they have both been adopted & are in wonderful homes. That was how I got the name The Love For PACC Princessa August Cooper Cruizer