Samuel - October 2002, 10 years old
Samuel, for ten years
we walked together. You were the runt of the litter but your heart was surely
the largest. Danté and Missy, (the other two
meanie weenies) will miss you, and Mommy and I will miss you. How happy I am
that you waited for me to get through all of the afternoon traffic to be
with you at your special moment. You have shown me many times how to let the
love flow and not ask for a thing in return and even now, as you leave for
the eternal, you give with the greatest of ease.
Thank you for sharing your life with us. We will carry your example from
here and continue to pass your spirit of love and life to those we meet. And
when my time comes I hope I can give love and life the same as you. Sweet
dreams buddy. Daddy, Mommy, Danté and Missy love you. I can still hear
bark at your website.
Sparky - October 2002, 6 years old
I never thought I could love something as much as my husband and children. Boy
was I wrong. Two years ago I walked into the local humane society and fell in love with a
little mini-doxie named 'Sparky'. My heart was touched by his sweet little face and those
Sparky became a member of our family that day. He was a true blessing in our lives. We loved
more and more with each passing day. It never dawned on me that he loved us as much until my
Dad passed away on 12/29/2001. Sparky never left my side and when I would cry, he would crawl
into my lap with his sad little eyes and comfort me. He was my rock during my time of grief.
What I didn't realise was the fact that Sparky was ill, too. He had a severe heart condition
that went undiagnosed for so long. I found out that he was ill and one week later he passed
away. My heart aches for his sweet little face and my lap yearns for him to be sitting there.
Sparky had a hard life to begin with. Thank goodness his previous owners did not want him
because we would have never had the chance to love him.
In memory of my precious doxie Sparky
Butch - October 2002, 8 years
Hello, my name is Butch.
I am a black and tan smooth coated miniature dachshund. I was born 10 October 1994
in Renton, Washington, and was one of 10 puppies. When my owners saw me for the
first time they could not take their eyes off of me and I knew then that I had
them hooked. They picked me and took me to my new home and gave me more love then
I could ever ask for. In return I gave them my loyalty and protected them. I was a
great watchdog, always alerting them if someone came to the door. I really liked
going for walks and traveling with my new owners,we did a lot of camping and I
saw more states then most humans.
I had done well during my short life, only having bad problems a couple times with
my back and neck which required surgery. Thank you for visiting with me and please
visit with me at my memorial site.
Cassie - October 2002, 1 years, 9 months old
Fif - October 2002, 15 years, 4 months
I remember the day you were born. So sweet so nice! You have been such a good dog. We
miss you so much Fiffidog. You will always be in our hearts!
Love from The Nielsens and Charlotte
Hercules - My Boy - October 2002,
14 years, 9 months old
My Hercules, I miss you so much. My heart aches. I miss not being able
to touch and hold you close to my heart. I miss not being able to kiss you. I know one
day I will again see you at Rainbow Bridge. God will take care of you now. I LOVE
Oscar (Hairy Biscuits) - October
2002, 5 years old
Our Hairy Biscuits, we miss you so much!! You left us much too soon.
Everyone is going to miss your silly belly rubbing on the driveway, barking at the wall
and just being our fluffer-nutter!! You were the most handsome weiner, Oscar!! You will
forever be in our hearts.We know that you are with Cashew and Piggy Lou over the
Rainbow Bridge! Take care you lovable huggable hairball!!
Very sadly missed by
Charlie,Annie,Ashley,Luke,and your little weiner buddies,Rudy (Toots),and Doogie (Dee
Dinkins).Love,Love,Love Sweet Pea!!!
Bingo, the Hoopy Hoo - October 2002, 8
The Hoop came into our lives and changed us completely. He was the love
of my life. I am devastated by his untimely death. I will love him forever with all my
heart. See you at the Rainbow Bridge, Hoopy Hoo.
Elfie - October 2002, 16 years, 7 months old
Elfie was my grandmother's last gift to me before she died
and I was so delighted to have a dog of my own, but when Grandma died you
bonded with mom and you were her angel and strength through many hard
times: the death of her mother and many surgeries and the loss of her job.
You and dad had something special, too. So in my heart I knew I had to let
you be their dog. I give you many thanks for that misfired bonding because
that is how I got my Abigail. She and Pluto still look for you all the
time. They still race over to where you used to eat to see if they can
plunder your food. Play hard at the Bridge and we will be there soon. With
all our love little one, Dale, Susie, Kathy, and your furbuddies Abigail
Cassie - 'My 'Lil Angel' - October 2002, 1 years, 9 months old
My 'Lil Angel's life was lost suddenly. She went in to get spayed and had
a reaction to the anaesthetic that was administered to her. I loved her so very much -
she was my world. She was the best dog anyone could ever have. I could never understand
why she was taken from us so quickly. She was so full of life and healthy. She would
always be there are the back door to greet Mommy and Daddy when they
arrived home - she
would be so excited just to know were there for her to pick her up and give her hugs and
kisses. She also enjoyed sitting at the window sill to bark at the squirrelies, birdies,
and kitties, and to guard her food when they were near by. Then she would eat her food
before they got to it.
She was also a good mommy to her pups - she had a litter of four. She will always be with
us in spirit and in beautiful memories that will be reflected in the three puppies we
She was always there for her Mommy, when I was upset or crying. She always put a smile on
my face when I was down. She was very loving and affectionate - she loved to be hugged
and kissed and of course we spoiled her. She loved going bye-byes in the car and to stick
her head out the window, enjoying the breeze blowing in her face while we travelled to
Pennsylvania. Bedtime will never be the same without her cuddling her Mommy.
There's not a day that goes by that I don't think of you and hope that you are at the
Rainbow Bridge waiting for us all. We love you dearly and miss you so very much my 'Lil
Angel. I love you. Mommy, Eddie, Rusty, Chloe, Frankie, Cory, and Lexy.
Since my 'Lil Angel is gone
I'm not trying to replace her
Nothing can ever do that.
With new love from a new companion
So I can complete the healing from her loss.
All things come to an end.
As time passes
The sadness evolves
Into memories of joyful times.
Tilly - October 2002, 13 years, 11 months old
I'm so sorry Tilly...You had almost 14 years with me and a
good life. You started to go blind, your back bothered you and I couldn't
stand to see you suffer anymore because you were in more and more pain
everyday. I will never forget you and am so glad I was with you until the
end to finally see your pain and discomfort gone. I will always love and
Sally Euran - October 2002, 2 months, 21 days old
Sally,You lit my life during your short stay in this world. I
will always remember you. Im glad you had the chance to go to the ocean!
Bear (a.k.a. Boo Boo) -
October 2002, 2 years, 6 months old
My little Bear, I miss you so much it hurts. You were my first
puppy and the sweetest little guy in the world. You always knew how to make me
happy when I was feeling down. I never realised a puppy had so much love and
understanding to give. Although your life was cut short I hope the times we
had were as wonderful for you as they were me. I think about you all the time
and you will forever be in my heart. I am sorry I didn't protect you well
enough for you to remain with me forever. I hope you can forgive me for that.
Someday I will see you again little guy. Until then I love you with all my
heart. Love Always, Mommie.
Roxanne Pegram - October 2002, 17 years old
Roxanne was like our child and we miss her so very much. She
brought joy and tears to our lives and there will never be another like her.
She travelled the world with us and each time we had to leave her was like
tearing out our hearts. She's with us still in our bedroom and I touch her
urn each time I pass.
May God keep her in peace and love.
Maggie Miller - October 2002, 10 weeks old
Maggie was purchased from a pet store in Barrie, Ontario,
Canada. On the first night we took her home Maggie became ill. She was taken
to a local animal hospital were she was diagnosed with parvovirus. Maggie
fought gallantly for six days. Despite all attempts to overcome this horrible
desease, her eyes told us that she could fight no longer and it was decided
that it was in her best interest to let her go. We only lived with Maggie for
a short time but we will love her forever.
Anyone taking time to read this, please take care in purchasing a pet store
animal. Find out as much about the animal's history before purchasing it....
We love you Maggie.
Mommy, Daddy, Josh and Ryan.
Slinkey Elder - October
2002, 13 years, 10 months old
In loving memory of Slinkey Elder, beloved companion of
Tommy and Betty Elder.
Slinkey was a beautiful full size 30# red dachshund. He will forever be in
Molly Bear Merrow - October 2002, 9 years plus old
Molly was my best friend for nine years. We were the
third owners of her and she was a rescue dog. She can never be replaced
and we will never try. I miss snuggling with her at night and I miss the
comical looks on her black and tan face. We will always be a part of
Molly's pack. I love her and miss her.
Sammy (Bubba) -
October 2002, 7 years old
We will never forget you and you will always be in our
hearts. We could not bear to watch you suffer any longer and had to let you
go. I think about you every day and wish you were here with us. We love you
and will never forget you.
Gabbie - October 2002, 4 years old
Gabby - I still can't believe you are gone...it is
not fair. You are my baby girl. I still remember the day your daddy
brought you home to me for my 17th birthday. You worked your way
into everybody's hearts - mine, daddy's, grammy's, grampy's, even
Aunt Amy's. What I wouldn't give to hear you'cry neenie' one more
time. Or run laps around the house, or squeak your fuzzy bunny while
we were watching TV. Or watch you get excited when someone rattled
car keys. You were the highlight of everyone's lives...remember when
you got on the table and ate a plate of hot dogs? You always knew
how to make us laugh, gooby-neenie. I am sorry we didn't get to say
bye-bye. By the time we got home and found out, grampy had already
buried you. I can't help but thinking, 'What if we had not gone
anywhere that night?' I know how much you liked to dig out, just so
you could come inside!! Grampy said you were probably chasing that
stray cat that had been bothering you and didn't look before going
into the road - that is so unlike you, Gabby!! You never went to the
road, but I guess that is just how fate goes. Well, I could go on
and on about memories and what you mean to me...however, today your
big bubby, Bullet, went to Rainbow Bridge to be with you, so I know
you are in good hands - I told him to be sure and give you kisses
for me!! We love you so much, Gooby, and promise never to forget
Mommy & Daddy
Churchwell - October 2002, 12 years old
Sampson was a unique dog and is missed so much. His
two companions Delilah and Little Bit still look for him daily. I can
still see him enjoying the sun looking out the front door just waiting
to bark at the mailman. We will see you again at the Rainbow
Love and miss you,
Dwayne, Tracy, Delilah and Little Bit
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