In Memorium
#21
OH man, I cried and cried. What a special way to remember your boy. RIP Sky.
Alanna and Bonnie

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#22
That was amazing. Fight back some serious tears here at work after reading that. Poems from a broken heart are often the best ones.
Dogs come when their called.. Cats take a message and get back to you later!! - Unknown

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Tess, you were my best friend growing up. From the time you came into my life when I was 5 or 6, to the time I found out you finally went up to wait for me at the rainbow bridge, I'll never forget you. After watching you get hit by a car on two separate occasions and still live, I thought you were invincible. But I'll never forget July 4th 2009 when I was camping in Arizona and my dad texted saying that you were gone, how devastated I was. I instantly locked up and I couldn't do anything because I was so mad at myself because I wasn't there when you went. I still kick myself every time I think about you. I miss you girly. But I'll be there to go across that bridge with you one day!
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#24
(12-14-2010, 06:24 PM)BCBlake Wrote: [Image: Tess.jpg]



Tess, you were my best friend growing up. From the time you came into my life when I was 5 or 6, to the time I found out you finally went up to wait for me at the rainbow bridge, I'll never forget you. After watching you get hit by a car on two separate occasions and still live, I thought you were invincible. But I'll never forget July 4th 2009 when I was camping in Arizona and my dad texted saying that you were gone, how devastated I was. I instantly locked up and I couldn't do anything because I was so mad at myself because I wasn't there when you went. I still kick myself every time I think about you. I miss you girly. But I'll be there to go across that bridge with you one day!

A (((((Hug))))) for you. Sometimes they go when we aren't with them because they know how hard it will be on us, and we won't want to let go. She knows you loved her.
Nature is cruel, but we don't have to be. -Temple Grandin
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#25
Wow this is intense, brought me to tears, I miss my clown act Dakota he was a great friend and entertainer, he always put a smile on my face or a laugh in my breath. Everytime it would thunder and lightning he would run around trying to catch a lightning bolt, The day I had to put him down I was carrying him out to my truck and it started thundering, What a fitting end !

Dakota
1997-2007
You are missed
" If it's not a Border Collie it's just another dog "
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#26
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Casey was my first rescue, her Mom was a stray wandering around the Colbert Steam Plant. Casey and her sister were about 6 or 7 months old when I found them on a fishing trip with my Dad. It took several trips back to the plant in order to catch them, they were wild, especially Casey. They were living off whatever scraps and fishing bait they could find. Once I got them home, it was over a week before I was able to touch Casey again. The intent was finding both homes. Everyone who wanted Casey had children and I told she was too fragile to go to a home with children so she stayed. Her sister went to a couple to play with their grandchildren when visiting. It was amazing seeing the difference in hair coat and coloring once I started them on puppy food. She turned out to be a wonderful dog and enjoyed riding out to the farm in my truck. All I had to do was tell her lets go and she was in the truck. After mowing to the farm, she would go to Mom’s house while I was at work and come home when it was time for me to get home. She spent most of her time interrupting my gardening wanting to play ball. She had a blue ball with a bell in it and would drop it in whatever I was working on and annoy me until I threw it for her. She was my good friend for almost 16 yrs.
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#27
I'm not very good at putting it in words, but I wanted to give Boomer a special tribute here, so I'll post some pics of him to commemorate his life.

A young Boomer, when I hadn't had him very long.
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In his prime about 6 years old.
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Old man, the last pic taken of him, 2 weeks before he died, still a happy boy.
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#28
Boomer looked like he had a full enjoyable life . You dont need words the pictures say it all .
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#29
(05-11-2011, 11:54 AM)lornski Wrote: Boomer looked like he had a full enjoyable life . You dont need words the pictures say it all .

Thank you.
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#30
I also would like to put a tribute to my goddog, Ben, he was GSD x BC, he was my neighbours dog, I found him for them when they lost their previous dog. He was nearly 12 years old when he died, he'd not shown any signs of being ill until last Saturday morning, then he went downhill fast, it was found he had a tumour on his heart.

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