WCLRR kid Coco (previously Princess) lost her battle with osteosarcoma.

From the family:

Just reporting to you that Coco has passed this week. The loss, the sorrow and  pain is deep but the only consolation is knowing how peaceful she went. She was surrounded by love and she told us she was ready on the morning I called the home docs, we loved each other immensely till her last sweet three breaths. 
Thank you for giving me the gift of having her in our lives, too short but not one regret. 
Belle is doing good seems just fine on her own, happy as always. She will finally have all undivided attention and love…. 
Take good care and wishing you and all your pooches well💕

Meet Princess! She is a sweet, loving 8 to 10-year-old female Labrador Retriever.  WCLRR rescued Princess from VCAS in Camarillo, where she was listed as a stray.

Princess sat in her kennel with a horrible UTI and in poor condition waiting for someone to take her home.  She is truly a princess, and it’s hard to believe that anyone could have let her go. Princess is well behaved, very affectionate, and always by your side or at your feet.

Princess is great on a leash and knows how to behave on a walk, except when she sees a squirrel! Princess loves her meals and is currently on a special diet for dogs with Urinary Infections. Her new family will want to consult with their veterinarian if this needs to be continued. Princess is house trained and generally good with the doggie door.

Princess is a beautiful dog and will make a great, loyal companion.  Princess is currently fostered with a couple of other dogs and gets along with everyone. If you’re looking for a cuddle bug and an easy-going, sweetheart, Princess might be your girl. She is a healthy girl looking for her furever home.

Princess is spayed, up to date on her vaccines, microchipped, and had a completed senior blood panel.

ATTENTION! FOSTERS NEEDED! WCLRR is in dire need of foster families. If we cannot get more volunteers to foster for WCLRR, we will have no choice but to stop taking in dogs! Please contact info@wclrr.org or visit our VOLUNTEER page to fill out an application.