This picture of Sami was taken a few hours before I helped him over the bridge…..still on duty….protecting home and hearth was a job he did with joy and relish much to my neighbors displeasure. It was an honor and a privilege being your Mommy, Sami, and I miss you. The house is way too quiet. Run free and fast at The Bridge wee laddie.
My dad summed it up best when he told me, “it was a real privilege to get to know Smitty – he was the sweetest boy”. I’d never heard anyone use the word privilege when referring to getting to spend time with a dog, but Dad got it right. It was a total privilege to have Smitty in our lives.
Monty came to rescue in ill health at the grand age of 15. He loved his food, his chewies and head pats. He enjoyed the last few months of his life, pain free and a beloved member of the family. We will miss you, Mr. Monty.
I knew when Scooter came to rescue May 2010 that she would spend the rest of her life with me. I miss her bouncing for her food bowl, her loud voice at treat time and I miss reaching down alongside the bed and finding her there. Scoots, Scootie, Scootiebug – – – our lives were enriched by your presence.
Our sweet Stevie boy….we were so blessed to have you in our lives. Although your life on earth was short-lived, you were the best companion a family could ask for. You were more than a dog. You were a family member and you will be missed very much. Not a day will go by that we won’t think of you. We love you Stevie. Rest in peace, our sweet boy.
You came to us broken physically but not mentally. You blessed us with your happiness and love for 3 ½ months and then you suddenly went. God bless you on your next journey, Your Royal Highness Ralph Henry.