Yanci Baby - August 2003, 6 years, 7 months old

Yanci was the sweetest baby. She wasn't just another dachshund. In fact she had no idea she was a dog. She was simply a little bundle of love and knew she could make everything all right if only you would hold her and let her give you a kiss. That was my baby and I miss her so much. I will love you forever Yanci.

Duke von Blydenburgh - August 2003, 13 years old

Duke, I will forever miss and love you. Mommie

Daisy Rushing - August 2003, 4 years, 11 months old

Daisy is missed more than I can ever say. I never knew my heart could ache so bad for a little dog. Our family will always remember and cherish every day that she spent in our home and she ALWAYS will be in our hearts and minds.

Tootsie - August 2003, 9 years old

A beautiful mill puppy that finally found love, happiness, and peace. With us such a short time but always and forever in our hearts. We will miss you so much baby girl.

Jack - August 2003, 5 years, 6 months old

We originally got Jack as a Christmas present for my seven month old doxie, because he lived with five cats and behaved more cat-like then doxie-like. It was love at first sight. They knew that they were long lost brothers. Jack was able to boss Buddy around and Buddy loved him for it.

Jack became ill suddenly and unexpectedly and there was nothing that we could do about it other they make him feel comfortable and loved.

I wake up everyday, trying to find his little body sleeping under the covers so that I don't accidentally sit on him or fling him out from the covers when I make the bed. He is sorely missed and loved. His 'brother' doesn't understand where he has gone. I think about him all the time and will always remember him as the little dog that he was. I hope that I can cope soon. I didn't think that it would hurt this much. Little Jack, I will always remember and love you.

Roxie - August 2003, 15 years, 4 months old

Roxie doxie was my baby for 15 years and four months. She had the most beautiful brown eyes, and the sweetest smile. I was so blessed to have such a loving, compassionate friend. She walked beside me through many rough trails. She never wavered and never hesitated. If I chose a difficult path, she would be beside me no matter what. I love her and miss her every day. I still talk to her, and will never replace her. She is my family. I love you my Roxie doxie,

Penny Jean - August 1997, 9 years, 2 months old

My dear sweet Penny. It's hard to believe it's been almost six years since you left this earth. It still hurts to think of what you went through before you went to the Bridge. I just wish I would have been there and maybe you would still be with me today. I didn't know that the vet that I took you to didn't know as much as he should have, otherwise I would have never chose him.
You were the 'princess' of the group, but yet weren't afraid to go out and get into things. I remember the times you and Schatzie Ann would come back from the back of the yard with garter snakes in your mouths and grins on your faces. The two of you so loved to catch those snakes, and the toads, although you didn't like the taste of those silly ol' toads.
I'm sure Schatz has told you about my new group of girls, Shayla, Shandy and Brandi Leigh, and how Brandi came to be with me. I changed the spelling of her name, as I couldn't have it spelled the same as Brandy Renee's. Although I love this new group of girls, I still love the four of you the most, and would give anything in this world to have you back here on earth and in my arms again. Maybe some day I'll be with you where you are.
Love and miss you, Brandy, Schatzie and Freckles, Mom

Lucky - August 2003, 12 years old

Lucky, your father and I will miss you dearly. You were stubborn and independent, but you were loving, funny and our life. Thankyou for being our friend and loving us so unconditionally. You were involved in everything we did which makes it so hard for daily living, but I believe you are with us in spiritĘ... we feel your presence. Losing you is hard but how fortunate we were to have had your love.

We are so sorry we couldn't be there through that horrible pain when your pancreas inflamed but I know they made you as comfortable as they could. We hope your playing ball , catching flies and munching on cookies wherever you go. We will miss you dearly until the day we meet again at the Bridge.

Sally Sue - August 2003, 14 years old

Sally, you were the best girl I ever had! I lost you today and I miss you so much. I hope you are in a better place. I know I will reunite with you one day. Until then I love you, Sally!

May -August 2003, 14 years, 10 months old

Dear May,
I hope you are happier and with Boy now... I'll miss you.

Bullet - Holly's Speeding Bullet - August 2003, 2 years old

Holly's Speeding Bullet - that you definitely were. Always chasing bugs, barking at birds, occasionally catching a possum as a prize for mommy and daddy. Best of all, you were a good big bubby to Newton, Gracie and Gabby. I know you thought you were a big dog, but I loved when you acted like a baby that wanted some loving.

Even though you were an outside doxie, and sometimes we would come home after work and feed/water you without giving you kisses, just know that I love you so much and are really gonna miss you and your 3 a.m. barking fits! Know that Newton and Gracie are gonna miss you, too. I am sorry you never got to really see all five of those beautiful babies that were born last week - you would have made a great daddy!!

WE LOVE YOU BULLET, tell Gabby that we still miss her dearly and love her much-give her 'keesses' for me.

Bacall - August 2003, 14 years old

Bacall was a mini black short hair. She was our faithful and loving companion for 14 years,and we miss her dearly.
Roy and Deborah

Muffy T - August 2003, 12 years old

Muffy, you were the sweetest dachshund anyone could have. We will miss your unconditional love and sweetness to us. We'll also miss you riding in the car with us! It was one of your favourite things! We know how much that you liked to sit on the top step and watch what was going on outside. We miss saying, 'Wild Dog' and see you run around our house just at the very mention of those words! You were a real little snuggler and all you ever really wanted was to spend time with those that loved you. You will never be forgotten and we love you very much.
Your family

Gretchen Annie - August 2003, 18 years, 3 months, 15 days old

This is for my baby, Gretchen Annie. I loved you so much and you meant the world to me. You were so intelligent and strong and giving. You gave me everything you had. You stayed alive for me because you knew I wasn't ready for you to leave me. I couldn't face life without you by my side. But, when you saw that I was ready, you left me on your own terms without me having to worry about 'putting you down'. You even took that great painful decision out of my hands (because you knew how much it would hurt me) and went on your own. You are at peace now and so am I. I talk to you everyday and you are still with me, but at peace and happy and cheerful and playful. Thank you, Gretchen for 18 wonderful years and thank you for teaching me about inner strength and love.

Winston Maxwell Torre - August 2003, 8 years 3 months old

Our best friend and constant companion asking nothing more than love and kisses and giving back more than money could ever buy. You will live in our hearts forever, never to be forgotten and always in our thoughts.

Heidi Miller - August 2003, 12 years old

We rescued you from a breeder and took care of all your medical problems and you gave us seven years of love and joy. We will always miss you. Shultz still looks for you and looks at me as if to say, 'where did she go?' I want to get another doxie girl not to replace you (that can never be) but as a tribute to you and your loving life. Wait for me at the Bridge. Shultz and I will be there soon.

Love, Mommy

Tobi - August 2003, 3 years, 1 month, 17 days old

Tobi, I love you very much. It was a short moment, but I will never forget. I don't know what happend to you when I found you in the mud puddle. I don't know if someone poisoned you, but if someone did, I will kill them. You always made me so happy, so damn happy. You have helped me get through my anorexia with joy. I never could get depressed when I was with you. I'm sorry I couldn't stop from what happed to you. I looked and looked that night, and as soon as light hit the earth, there you were. I knew something was wrong, but I told myself you were fine, and nothing could be wrong. It wasn't your time. I am no longer scared to die now, because I know you will be up there with me. I hoped you loved me back. Just because I can't see you doesn't mean I am gonna forget about you, becuase I never will. I love you, Traven

Sister Lynn - August 2003, 14 years old

I raised my Sissy from when she was two days old. My life revolved around. Now you can say I have no center. She was my very best friend and never cared what I looked like. She was a little bear in the mornings. Sissy's idea of morning was sleeping until noon. She had allergies that could try everyone's nerves, but she was my baby. I would give anything if I could have had just a little more time. It's not fair!!!!!!!!!!!!! I loved her so much and needed her so much!!! God has His pick of all the animals. Why did He have to pick mine? I know God only takes the best, but that doesn't make it any easier. In fact, it's harder because she was the best. I know this has no flow and sounds like insane ramblings, but without my Sissy, I have no flow and am nothing but insane ramblings.

Rocko - August 2003, 1 year old

Rocky, my best friend - I miss you so much. I wish I had come home early that day so you would not have gone around the car. I will always remember the last time I saw you at lunch that day when I hugged you and said I love you for what I didn't know would be the last time. It hurts so much not having you meet me at the drive every evening after work just to ride to the house with me. I miss hearing your little bark while I mow grass as you would chase away the mower. I still have your little light that you liked to chase but it will never be turned on again. I hope you are at the Bridge and have lots of woods to hunt in and plenty of warm sunshine to lie in. No other pet will ever take you place in my heart. You were not just a pet but my best little friend. When I was feeling down from my back pain you always seemed to make me feel better. You truly were man's best friend and I will always remember you, Buddy. I hope one day we can be togethr again and I can hold you in my arms. I love you my friend and miss you so much.

Bruzier Keener - August 2003, 1 year old

We lost Bruzier not long after we lost Buster, his father. Bruzier was a happy puppy. My daughter, Brittany, was his favourite. She misses him terribly! He is now with his father.

Sammy - August 2003, 17 years, 5 months old

Sammy, son of Noe and sister to Sophie, and our loving boy. We find your mother out walking on New Year's eve, 1986. You and Sophie were the happiest accident anyone could ever have. Without warning Mama deposited your sister on an arm chair. Two hours later, in the blink of an eye, we turned away and out you came. That first night was a wonder, Sophie was so large, and quickly began her life's work eating and loving everyone. You, were so tiny and fragile, I held you to try to get you to nurse. Hours later you started, and the journey began. 17 years later it ended. Never for a second did we stop loving each other. Our happiest memories are the picnics we had. Maybe somewhere, sometime we will have them again. My dearest Sammy

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