Blog: Twas the Night Before Christmas

Miracle in Malibu? Can you help make this Christmas bright for a Bernise Mountain Dog who needs surgery to make his shoulder work right.

Twas the night before Christmas in our little town,

A Bernise Mountain Dog named Scout was wearing a frown.

His family had moved to another State,

Scout was abandoned, his future left to fate.

He was two years old and limped when he moved

The doctors said he needed a $2,700 shoulder surgery to fix his grove.

Two children wanted to adopt him and they lived in Point Dume,

They didn’t have the money, but they had lot’s of love and some room.

If we open our wallets and our hearts,

We can save Scout and give him a fresh start,

Santa will know what you are doing is right,

“Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.”

If you can help in any way, please visit to ASEC.com. 

Select "for Pet Owners" at the top.  Select "pay for treatment" and identify the account using "Tracy Stoker" as the client name and "Scout" as the patient, then click "paypal". 

Put in the amount you can donate on the left side. 

If you are have any questions, please call Tracy (310)210-1104.

Thank you and may God bless you and yours!

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tracy December 23, 2012 at 04:06 PM
Brilliant Pam. Thanks for letting us all know how to help Scout get the surgery he needs so that a family ,such as the one lined up , will adopt him. He is the sweetest doggie around. Just loves other dogs, kids, going on car rides and people in general.
Athena Shlien December 25, 2012 at 07:00 AM
Not sure if this helps but there is an organization called whatcanwe.org that helps provide medical care to rescue animals. They may be able to help too. Bless Scout and Merry Christmas!


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