Dusty - November 2004, 15 years old
Dusty, thank you for all the great and joyous years. You
truly brought life and love to our family and we pray that you have now
found eternal rest, free from pain and suffering, free as a puppy once
again to run, jump and lie all day in the sun!
We'll never forget you and will always hold you close to our
Oscar Meyer Ripper
(a.k.a. Posher) - November 2004, 9 years, 1 month, 16 days old
Oscar, Os, my Posher...I will always love you. Your great
big chest couldn't hold your great big heart. Congestive heart failure
took you - I know you're in a better place where you can play ball and
run. I never imagined I would be strong enough to do what I had to...but
for my Posher I did it. No more pain!! I miss you so much. I love you so
much. I wish you could dig up my rug one more time. I do feel you around
me and watching over your family. We will always be one. Run Oscar
Lucy - November 2004, 15 years, 6 months old
It's hard to believe I bought you when I was five yrs old
and you were still around for my 20th birthday! You were my best friend
for 15 1/2 years. I was sad when I heard the news about my wieniestenizal.
I will miss you forever and keep you in my heart!
I love you!
Teddy - November
2004, 6 months old
Sleep in peace, dear Teddy Bear, with all your other
dachsie friends. Until we meet at Rainbow Bridge.
Shandi - November 2004, 13 years old
Shandi, I think of you constantly. You came to me through
rescue over three years ago.The day I picked you up I did not think you
would last three months. You looked so tired and scared and for 36 hours
you just stood and shook. I worked with you daily and never returned you
to the crate that you had spent ten long years in except for your two
potty breaks a day. You had never played and didn't even know how. But
you got to where you would a little. You took a while but you got to
where you like to be held and cuddle with me under a blanket. You slept
every nigth above my pillow. We kissed each 'night and you would sniff
my face and only towards the end did you start kissing me back. I loved
you, little Shandi girl, and miss you dearly. You were a fighter until
the end. I had to make the hardest decision that Sunday night but you
were so tired and sick. Always remember I did it because I loved you so
much. You be free now my diggie girl. I hope to see you at the Bridge.
Brittany was there waiting for you and I will see you both soon. Love,
Midge Jenkins - November 2004, 8 months old
Midge was born on 27 March2004. My two dachshunds and her
parents, Jade and Weezer, became parents for the second time. They had
three females. Midge was the last one to be born. I was always going to
get her shots, but I did not. Midge came down with parvo and did not
survive. Midge gave us all so very much. Everyone she knew will miss her
dearly. Midge was the happiest dog that I have ever known. Please do not
delay get their shots. I miss and love you so much Midge. God
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