Brandi Schober - July 2010, 18 months old

Brandi Baby, We will forever miss your sweet little face and happiness. We were proud parents of one of the sweetest gifts God ever gave to us. You will never be forgotten. Hush little baby don't say a word. . . We love you Brandi!

Romeo Andujar (Big Boy) - July 2010, 4 years old

My Big Boy has found his new home with no pain and no leash, chasing lizards and playing with all the other doxies that have arrived at the Bridge. He will forever be in my heart. Until we see each other again.

I Love you Romeo my Big Boy

Duchess - July 2010, 20 years, 1 month, 7 days old

Thanks for being such a great friend. You were a blessings when we adopted you in 1990. You now rest under your favourite tree and can now do as many circle 8s 'till the smile is worn off your smiling face. Love you Dutch.

Renne Templeman - July 2010, 4 years old

In memory of the sweet dog that thought she was part kangaroo and part jumping bean. May you be able to run, jump, and play without any further pain. We love you, Renne, and you will always be in the hearts of our family.

Foxy Murphy - July 2010, 6 years, 10 months old

Hunter Wehby - July 2010, 16 years, 1 month old

Our dearest Hunter, now you will feel no pain and your eye sight has been returned. I hope you and Badger have found one another and are chasing frogs together once again. Be as protective of your brother now that you are back together as you were when you both were with us. We are so thankful to have had you in our family for 16 years. Your paw prints are forever present on our hearts! Until we meet again...we love you!!

Cookie P. Gilligums a.k.a. Cookie Monster - July 2010, 5 years, 3 months old

Cookie, you were the most amazing girl. You were born in Alaska and had that fearless Alaska pioneer spirit. You were a tiny dachshund but had a growl that should have come out of a great Dane. Cookie loved her family more than anything and hated strangers with a passion. Her greatest passion in life, however, was chasing her tennis ball. She would chase it for hours as long as you kept throwing it. Her one flaw was that she couldn't stand to get her toes wet so getting her to go to the bathroom in the winter was an ongoing battle. Cookie was a big time flirt. I'll never forget how she would sit on her daddy's lap and look at him sideways and bat her eyelashes. Cookie was the only dachshund in the family who tolerated my sons constant teasing and poking and general obnoxiousness. She had a look that said it all. She would sigh and give that look and you just knew what she was saying. 'Really? I really have to put up with this?' I got the impression sometimes that she thought we were really stupid and were lucky that she put up with us. Cookie, I held you in my arms as you went to the Rainbow Bridge. I told you how much I loved you and to wait for me. I hope there is somebody there to throw your ball for you. We buried you in the backyard and your boy made a cross for your grave. Every day we all, at different times, pick a flower and put on your grave and daddy found a tennis ball in the garden and he put it on your grave. The other day I opened my desk drawer at work and there was a tennis ball. It had never been there before so I hope it was you telling me you were o.k. Charlie is doing great now. His back is not bothering him anymore. Wiggie misses you. You were little buddy. You know you were the voice of reason between Wigging and Charlie. I still cry for you everyday and I love you more than anything. Wait for me, please.

Killian Tropea - July 2010, 12 years old

Killian, you gave more than you know. You are my baby girl and will forever be my cuddle bug. I miss you terribly. You left far to soon but I know it was for the best. You need not suffer anymore. Daddy will meet with you again. I love you so much.

Killian joins her brothers, Krypto and Ichaya, at the Rainbow Bridge.

Sasha Large - July 2010, 16 years, 9 months old

You were my mother's last rescue, Sasha, in a lifetime of rescuing abused and unwanted dachshunds, and you came to live with us when she passed away when you were seven. Who would have imagined we would have had almost ten more years of your wonderful personality? You were my Multicolored Spotty Girl, with your silver dapple coat, and you were always bouncy, upbeat and cheerful. You were still competing with the other girls for treats up to two hours before you died, and you had a long and happy life with us.

We love you and miss you, our little Spotty Girl, and one day we will see you again.

Nick Coberly - July 2010 , 7 years old

I miss you with all my heart. You left me way too soon, my baby boy! You don't have to suffer any more. You will live in my heart forever.

Love, Mommy

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