Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Tales of Survival: Bronte – the three legged dog

Bronte was pulled from a shelter five years ago by New Leash on Life of Newhall, Calif. Bronte was in terrible condition having been hit by a car. Her leg was crushed and had to be amputated.

NLOL took care of her and her injuries. Bronte recovered physically and emotionally. She was adopted soon after. For years, Bronte remained with the family until the couple divorced returning him to NLOL.

Bronte doesn't let her past define her as she is still the same happy-go-lucky dog from five years ago. If you are interested in adopting Bronte go to

Special thanks to New Leash on Life whose mission is saving the lives of homeless animals and improving the lives of people.

Since its inception in 1997, New Leash on Life has been responsible for spaying and neutering thousands of pets, rescuing and placing over 5,000 dogs, and making a determined effort to educate the community on responsible pet ownership. For more information, visit

1 comment:

  1. Great great job by the guys at NLOL.. the way you provided an injured dog, proper treatment, care and medication until full recovery and then also helping him find a new loving home, you guys simply are the best! Cheers :D