Thursday, November 29, 2012

2013 Bella Pomeranian Calendar

You will be missed Bella Pomeranian
RIP Aug. 31, 2004 - Oct. 18, 2014

Just in time for Southern California Pomeranian Rescue's year-end fundraiser is the,

This is a high gloss full color wall calendar with 100% of the proceeds going to SCPR rescue dogs. Rich, beautiful photos provided by SCPR supporter and professional photographer Christine Bjerke. Dazzling layout and graphic design by SCPR's media department and of course the featured model is the 1800PetMeds star, Bella Pomeranian.

A $15 donation will get your name on the list to own your very own Bella Pomeranian collectible calendar! Anything over that will go to our general fund for the pommies!
  • twelve month
  • hole drilled
  • front & back covers 10 pt cardstock gloss
  • inside pages 80 lb paper gloss
  • saddle stitched binding
  • 12" x 12"


1) PAYPAL - Send to
Click the orange button below and mid-way through the process, please use the the "Special Instructions" section to inform us that your $15 donation is for a Bella Calendar along with your shipping address.  Be sure to select the "Personal" tab and not the "Purchase" tab during the process.

Send check along with your shipping address to:
Southern California Pomeranian Rescue
14252 Culver Dr Ste A-281
Irvine, CA 92604

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

SCPR @ Petopia - Opening Soon!

A permanent location that will house 4 rescue groups

Petopia. Dedicated to Homing Cats, Dogs and Critters.

As we promised in the Fall of 2011, we have an announcement to make!  SCPR will be one of the rescues featured in an new all-rescue store called PETOPIA. 

PETOPIA will be a 'Multi-Rescue" pet store located in the Westfield Topanga Mall in Canoga Park located next to Hello Kitty and 3 doors down from Mc Donald's.  No exact dates for Opening Day yet but we wanted you to know and we'll keep you updated.

"The store will be home to a variety of pet adoption organizations including Founder, Valley Cats, Strangest Angels, Animal Rescue Alliance & Farm Sanctuary and the Southern California Pomeranian Rescue" - Petopia on Facebook

We are very thankful to the founders of PETOPIA, the fine folks at Valley Cats, Inc for including us!

AUGUST UPDATE:  Permits have been approved and construction has begun! Consider being part of a historical moment! Donate directly to the "Construction Fund" at

BEFORE - June 2012

Sunday, March 18, 2012

SCPR's Blog Links & Pages

Welcome back to SCPR's Blog!!  Spring is in the air and we've done some "house-keeping" around the blog and noticed our Links and Pages section needed some serious dusting!  So, we've spruced them up!

At the upper right are some NEW Pages here within this blog. One is our Fostering Page that is a good read as to the "Whys and Hows" that highlight the positives about fostering an SCPR fuzzy butt!  The other Page is our FAQ Page. There you'll find answers to our most commonly asked questions that can leave most in a lurk!  

Beneath the Page section on the right you'll see a nicely organized set of Links to Official SCPR networking sites and places on the world wide web!  Please feel free to use these links anytime.  Maybe Bookmark us to keep these links at the ready whenever you need them.

That's it!  Nothing big this edition.  Just wanted to let everyone know of our new and improved Links and Pages here at Fuzzy Butt Central, the SoCalPomRescue blog.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Friendly SCPR Reminder

Did You Know SCPR Powered by You, the Public's Help 100%?!

As you may know, we are a small group of very compassionate volunteers dedicated to rescuing Pomeranians from some very scary situations like shelters, the streets, and even surrender situations.  We do not have a kennel yet and rely on the generosity of dog lovers to assist us in our mission of saving and fostering our Pomeranians until they find new homes once again.

SoCalPomRescue is always in need of:

  • Dog Food and Supplies
  • Crates
  • Leashes, harnesses, collars
  • Toys
  • Blankets
  • Food and dog bowls

Veterinarian Services Monetary Donations
$10 pays for a vaccination
$50 pays to spay/neuter a puppy
$200 covers all expenses for the average rescue
You are invited to contact one of our veterinarians to make direct payments towards medical as well!

Volunteers- Needed in the Los Angeles and Orange County Areas

Fosters - The one thing the Southern California Pomerania Rescue needs MOST, are loving and diserning people to give these beautiful animals a second chance at being a pet!

To adopt a Pomeranian, make a donation or volunteer, please visit our website at and use our Contact Us form!

Friday, March 2, 2012

Bella Pomeranian - The 800 PetMEDS Dog

You will be missed Bella Pomeranian
Aug. 31, 2004 - Oct. 18, 2014

     Go to Bella's Petmeds Blog

 Home of the 1-800-PETMEDS Pomeranian dog,
Bella Pomeranian!

The 2011 1800PETMEDS Commercial is causing quite a stir lately!  You may have seen it on many different cable and TV channels and asked yourself, "That is the cutest dog ever!  What is breed is it?!!  Is that Boo the Pomeranian?!"  Well, we here at SCPR know and her name is Bella Pomeranian. With her permission, we'll give the answer to this very popular question right here!

Bella is pure Pomeranian, bred by Dreamweaver Pomeranian's in Hewitt TX. Her sire is Int CH Dreamweaver's Billy the Kid, who we would dearly love to determine his whereabouts.  Bella was born 8/31/2004. Her hair is kept short because she has lost her coat and she just looks EVEN cuter this way. Bella is also a Pombassador for us, the Southern California Pomeranian Rescue and raises money to help us help homeless Pommies around So. California. Her prize from the PetMeds contest was donated directly to us in which we are very grateful.

Now, you may have also asked yourself, "That is the cutest actress ever! Who is she?" That is Kourtney Hansen and her co-stars are Paige the Border Collie and Edward the cat.

If that isn't enough, this tiny dynamo 4lb girl loves to educate the public about the breed of Pomeranian. And, she especially has a heart to bring awareness about the world of dog rescue. She herself has fostered and found new homes for several Pom-poms and she personally shares her many adventures about her fosters and travels on her PetMeds blog, "Being Bella".

You may have also heard that Bella Pomeranian also helps us financially with her hand-made "Doggie Blankies by Bella" made right here in the USA. It's true!  A $20 donation will get your dog, cat and even human baby a wonderfully made and very soft polar fleece blanket shipped directly from Bella in Southern California. Her generosity is shining example of how one person can make a difference!

UPDATE: Bella had suddenly passed away from natural causes on October 18, 2014.  She was 10 years old and leaves behind her pawents, Tommy and Deedee, along with several siblings.

Visit Bella Pomeranian at these links:
Bella's Facebook page
Bella's Blankie  video
Bella's 1800PETMEDS Blog, "Being Bella"

Bella Coloring Pages: Click on image below to download

 Patriotic    Blankie    Stroller 

 Watercolor    Head Shot


Wednesday, February 29, 2012

2011 SCPR State of Address

"Change is the law of life and those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future." -John F. Kennedy,  1963 

Written Oct 2011 from our Facebook Page:

"We would like to announce some major changes here at SoCalPomRescue. Principally, as of Sept 2011, Krystal Rose Clemens Morris and her daughter  Jacqueline R Clemens Gillaspy Hoover (aka Jackie, Missy, Jane Rescuer) are no longer part of the Southern California Pomeranian Rescue
® in any form and with that we now have a new corporate address and email address to send correspondence to in which they are located above on our official business card. Lots of new things are happening on the 2012 horizon that we're excited about and hope to share with you soon!  We thank all of our current volunteers, their friends and our fans for their continued and encouraging support. Without selfless volunteers who hold jobs, rescues do not succeed in helping defenseless animals. We are truly blessed. Your support and patience is much appreciated as the volunteers of SCPR continue to press on in fulfilling our mission as a no-kill rescue on a daily basis. SCPR exists to help save the lives of homeless, aging and special needs Pommies to our best ability. We invite you to read more about us under our About section. -  Leesa Molina, SCPR President"