Isaac - February 2006, 3 years, 10 months old
I should have known the day I showed up to
get Mojo he was going to be trouble. He was the only
black-and-tan pup out of a litter of dapples. The breeders
didn't want him so he was 'on clearance'. Little did I know
I was begining the most beautiful relationship ever. We have
been through getting lost at the groomer. I just thought I
was heart broken then! But about a week later, as I drove
through the neighbourhood he was lost in I saw him poke his
little head out of the woods. I promised him then I would
never let him down or let him go. After two episodes of his
back end going down we opted for the surgery. He was
'recovering well and making leaps and bounds in the
recovery'. Until he developed a bleed on his spinal cord. I
know my boogie bear went to the Rainbow Bridge. I just hope
he remembers 'Momma's not blind, she can see boogie bear!'
Mojo-jojo... you will always be my boogie, love ya
Rocky Tisdell - February 2006, 17
years, 4 months old
Our beautiful dog, Rocky Roosie, was a
special boy. He was with us through a lot in our lives and
we miss you so much. I will never forget the love that you
gave to all of us and especially to my Dad when he was very
sick. You are with Dad now, walking in the garden and weeing
at every tree. May you sleep so sweet Rock.
Love you lots,
Mum, Julie, Matt, Michael and kids
Rosie (Rosebud Crone) - February 2006, 10 years, 5 months old
Rosie was my aunt's pup; she was given to my aunt by
my Dad when her previous dog died. I first saw Rosie when she was
only 14 hours old. Rosie and my Gussie are cousins; they came from
the same breeder. In some ways I feel like Rosie was also my pup. I
grieve her passing as much as my aunt does today.
I took Rosie to live with my Aunt when she was eight weeks old. Her
mother was named Sweet Pea, so my Aunt decided to continue the
'flower' name and named her Rosebud - Rosie, for short. She was a
beautiful red smooth dachshund.
Rosie was a very sweet girl who loved her Mom very much - they were
(are) devoted to each other and kept each other company for ten
years. Rosie was diagnosed with a heart murmur last summer and then
a couple of months ago she came down with a very severe
bladder/kidney infection. She seemed to be recovering and we all
thought she would soon be well. I received a phone call today from
my Aunt that Rosie had gone to the Bridge early this morning. We
cried together on the phone.
Rosie, sweet girl, we will always remember you, always love you and
look forward one day to seeing you again. There are several pups at
the Bridge that you will recognise - Goldie, Manny - and some that
you will meet - Tillie, Humphrey and Chloe. You are in the best of
company! We rejoice that you are now free from pain and whole again.
But we will always grieve your passing and miss you until we meet
Goodnight, Sweet Rosie!
Shubi - February 2006, 10 years, 2 months old
I have done mostly what men do,
And pushed it out of my mind;
But I can't forget, if I wanted to,
Four-Feet trotting behind.
Day after day, the whole day through -
Wherever my road inclined -
Four-Feet said, 'I am coming with you!'
And trotted along behind.
Now I must go by some other round -
Which I shall never find -
Some where that does not carry the sound
Of Four-Feet trotting behind.
Boomer - February
2006, 13 years, 1 month old
Boomer was our dearest friend - he ran to me as a puppy
and entered my heart forever. He was our dear friend, companion, and a
real member of our family. Although he died from cancer, he will live
always in our memories.
I thank God for the time we spent together, dearest Boomsie! The house
is so quiet and lifeless without you, but your spirit lives on with us -
I hope you run to me once more someday. Love always,
February 2006, 3 years old
Spooge my Wooge. What can I say...I had you for
such a short time! I never expected you to go so soon! You were
my little stinker and I will not forget you. Please wait for me
at the Bridge and know that we all miss you.
- February 2006, 11 years, 10 months old
You came into this world named 'Dipstick; by your
breeder and your nails were painted pink. No way were you a
'Dipstick'! You were Montgomery...King Alpha of all Dogs. I wish
we could have had more years, but the ones we had were
full...playing ball, taking walks on the beach, going fishing,
watching the sunsets...You were always by my side - that makes my
loss hard to take. Remember our talks about Rainbow Bridge. Have
fun running, playing, and controlling the other dogs. Say hi to
your older brother Max for us. We will all miss
'Frostie' - February 2006, 16 years, 1 month old
This past Saturday, I lost my best friend, my
devoted dachsie, Hans aka 'Frostie'. We've been through a lot
together. Sixteen years...you were so fiesty, protective,
stubborn, full of love...all dachsie! We all love you so much and
will miss you everyday. I will miss your happy greeting when I
came home from work each day. I will miss dancing with you,
chasing you around the coffee table (when you wanted) I will
especially miss your warm little body snuggling with me on the
couch, and your constant love and devotion. We will see you at
Love, Mom, Thom, Carina, Heidi, Nissa, and all your dog
Reenie - February 2006, 11 to 12 years old
Oh Reenie. You were absolutely the greatest little
girl dachsie. You had nothing but love for all of us. You were so
good with Hayley and Seth - never harming them, always checking
on them, letting them roll around with you. But especially you
were there for me. Always my girl. Always wanting to sit with me
or go with me. I love you. I am so devastated that you died while
I was trying to get you to the doctor. Were we close? Or was it
just inevitable? I will miss your snuggling, barking, chasing
squirrels, marking your territory, cleaning up every bit of food
on the floor, and just being there. Take care my little girl. I
hope I see you again in heaven. Have fun with Cleo. We will all
miss you dearly, my sweetie.
Tess Middleton - February 2006, 3 years old
Melanie, Joshua, and Mommy will always love you...
You will never be forgotten!
February 2006, 16 years, 6 months old
Whopper,Mom and Dad miss you so much.We
loved you so.You are now at the Rainbow Bridge with your
little brother Tiny.
You have missed Tiny for so long.
You and Tiny take care of each other while you wait for Mom and Dad
so that we can all cross to heaven together.
We love you Whopper,
Lisa and Gregg (Mom and Dad)
Trena Vaughn - February 2006, 14 years old
Trena fought a long and valiant struggle with
cancer. We had her from the time she was five weeks old until
she crossed the Rainbow Bridge a little over five months ago at
the age of 14. She was our Trenster and our baby girl. She will
live forever in hearts until we see her again.
Marchese - February 2006, 13 years old
Sammie, we rescued you in 2001. You were a
mess, with a lot of issues. I know that all you needed was
lots of love, a great home, and someone for you to own. That
was my son, Joshua - your boy. He misses you so much. Your
passing was sudden and not expected - you died in Joshua's bed
with him asleep next to you. I know that was the way you
wanted to go. He may be only eight - he was seven when you
passed - he - and we - can never replace you. You gave each
unconditional love. We have all lost a lot. Sammie, we love
you. Love, Mommy, Daddy, Joshua and Rachel.
Kabuki Masquerade MSP - february 2006, 2 years, 9 months old
'Through ancient nights of violet blue,
Through days of gold I searched for you -
Nobody loves me but you
And for that I'd walk through fire
I'd give it all away in gratitude.'
Thanks DH for the music.
Kabuki I am so sorry, sweetheart! My gorgeous tiny smooth
miniature piebald fallen to disk disease, taught me more about
bravery than I will ever learn. Rest In Peace precious angel.
Love Connie, Mama & Daddy Denny
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