Rebel Williams - July 2014, 10 years, 5 months old


Rebel, you went so quickly and so suddenly. I remember just a few months back you running around playing in the pool so happily. You had such spunk and were always such a character - a handful indeed. You'd make us crazy, but I always loved you. Then over night you were ill, and just not you anymore. I did all I could to try and help you. My biggest regret is that I was not with you when you passed, and as I left for work that morning I didn't say goodbye. I can only hope you wanted us gone to pass on your own and that you did not suffer. I love you and miss you so much. I wish more than anything I could see you again.



Dream Wizzer - July 2014, 17 years, 9 months old


Dream Wizzer, 17 years and nine months old, was a smooth black-and-tan miniature dachshund. He died of congestive heart failure. After having problems with walking on his left hip, it was also discovered that he had disc disease. He was my best friend and son. I had him from the time he was eight weeks old. I will miss him forever. . . Barrie



Peanut Nickel - July 2014, 2 years, 3 months old


Gone so suddenly, we will never forget your unconditional love and loyalty, especially to Mom. Dad and I both miss you oh so much; even the grandchildren who loved you so much. Li'l Kaden will be playing with your Mom, Dad, brother or sister and say, 'I miss Peanut still, he was my favourite.'

Well Peanut needless to say you and I had a bond that never can or will be broken. You were with me for two physical years, and now by heart and memory. But your ashes remain on my dresser right next to your paw print and your elephant toy you loved so much, next to a picture of Jack and Pete. Jack was our lab, and Pete a doxie that was before your time; but I am sure you have met them and play with them all the time. I still have yet to print that special picture of you to put next to them as well as beside your ashes that will one day rest with me. But until then, Peanut, always know there will never be another comparable to you in my heart.

I love your parents and siblings - don't get me wrong - but you and I went through some pretty hard times together, such as being the runt of the pack and me hand feeding you, right down to burping you at times. As time passed you were struck by puppy strangles that was pure hell for you and for me; I told Dad this puppy is going to end up hating me. I had to keep you extra clean, put medicine in your eyes and give you medicine you did not like. Your brother and sister wanted to play with you but I had to watch you, oh so closely. They went through that rambunctious phase, while you lay on my lap or in your basket. But soon you were feeling better and went through that phase and they would get so annoyed but if you could have talked you would have said, '...remember when you pushed me down? Bit my tail...? Well so do I! ruff, ruff.' I could go on and on.

Just know, Peanut, that there is not one day that goes by that I do not think about you with all of my unconditional love for you.



Ally Bell - July 2014, 8 years old

Ally,
Mommy misses you so much! It has been very hard this past year without you. I have you sitting on my night stand so you are the first face I wake up to and the last face I see at night. I would do anything to have you back. If there were visiting hours at the Bridge, I'd be there in a heartbeat. And stay with you forever. I love you so much my sweet baby.


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