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Benjamin's Daddy
post Mar 4 2007, 07:04 PM
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This, my sweet little boy, Benjamin, just a few days before he died.

Benjamin Bunny

December 5, 2000 - February 25, 2007
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Beaglegirl
post Mar 14 2007, 12:21 PM
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Boo

You came into our hearts when you were only a few hours old, and a hole was ripped in our hearts when you passed at a baby age of three.
We love you and we miss you.


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You can see my guys on my YouTube channel
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I have tons of videos of them. SOME of My favorites are:
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypzdz2qc7HM
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My Buddy
post Mar 31 2007, 02:17 AM
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HRUDEY, Red Golden Retriever, he was part of a litter born to an older mom who was not supposed to have any more litters. She was a very dark red and a smooth coated lady. His father, a large curly coated a little lighter red. He was the only male, large and fuzzy and into trouble from the start. I brought a basket with me when we picked him up in Palmdale CA., of course he wouldn't stay in it. He preferred to sit on the back of the seat, head facing out the back window, catching the breeze. He was a chubby buddy, who grew into a beautiful 80 lb, red boy, with lots of curls. He was the forever good looker... people always admiring him. He was always a sweet natured gentle guy, a real pushover with Fuzzball our cat, Frank. Frank ruled the roost. Hrudey ruled me. He was my main love and always will be... there is no other more dedicated and faithful boy. He never walked too far ahead of us on a walk, he was never far from my side. In the morning he would climb up in our bed and throw himself down in between us and sleep as long as we did, He loved swimming, chasing balls, tennis balls, chewing pine cones, sticks...every stick in the world was his, swimming at the beach, Big Bear Lake, swimming in rivers, swimming in pools, he loved smelling the salt air, or wild smells while camping, he loved pizza crusts, he loved stealing from you, socks, slippers anything to get your attention, carrying his leash in his mouth, he loved rolling on the bed and playing monster under the covers, he loved the feeling after a bath and a blow dry, he could hear your car when it was coming down the street and was waiting when you walked in the house, he loved to chase cats (except Frank) he protected Frank and Frank protected him. He loved snow, he first saw snow when he was two years old, we were in Mammoth CA, in January, he refused to stay inside our cabin, instead standing at the door to go out, he bounced and chewed and chased snow balls, and threw it in the air, absolutely loved snow...he would swim in the lake by breaking through ice on the edges in the winter time coming out with icicles on his fur, he would shiver as I dried him by the fire, loving every minute. He jumped into my bathtub when he was a baby, and would throw his tennis ball in the toilet so he could dunk his head to retrieve it again..

Born on August 5th, 1992, died on December 25, 2006, Lived 14 1/2 years long, a cherished forever sweet boy, a day does not go by that we don't think of you and smile...You are forever in our heart. My world will never be the same without you, you paved the way for all the dogs in our lives from now on.....they will be blessed in your memory...Until we see each other again in Heaven, Peace my boy, swim, run, chew, eat pizza crusts, roll on your back,get brushed all over, get kisses on your cheeks, get scratches behind your ears and soothing sleeper hold strokes under your chin...You are always with us.
Your family, Tory, Howard and Sophie XX00000000
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I will be whole again when we are reunited
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vizsla-angel
post Apr 1 2007, 01:54 AM
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Penny
01/30/2001 - 03/31/2007


No dog should have ever gone through what you had to for the first 4 1/2 years of your life. As cruely as they treated you, you still had the ability to love. But you still had so much fear.

Penny, if I could have just made you understand the phrase, "I'm not going to hit you," it would have all been ok. But the only one who could was your best friend Copper. After he died and your world fell apart, I tried so hard to help you understand.

I know you'll be happier with him...
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JOANNE
post Apr 1 2007, 04:22 PM
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My precious Raggs you have been gone almost 9mos I cannot believe I have been without you that long. I guess it is because you are always with me. Love you always.
Your Human Mom
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RAGGS MILLER 12-6-1990-7-5-2006
GONE PHYSICALLY BUT YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART.
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My Buddy
post Apr 2 2007, 11:54 PM
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Frank,

Frankie, Frankenfurter, Fuzz ball, Fuzzie, Born: 1980 Died: 2003, 23 years

Adopted at the Dumb Friends League, Boulder Colorado, 1980, by my husband Howard, he lived in Boulder Colorado, was an outdoor cat, scrapping with other cats, catching mice, snakes from the creek or any other crawly creatures. He did not like to share Howard, and would sit in my seat or scratch me when I tried to pet him. He was not the nicest guy I'd ever met. Eventually, we both moved to California, where we lived together and the beginning of cat love. Frank would sleep by my legs in the bed, no matter where I put him he would re-settle himself right between my feet, he put up with vet appointments, regular baths and special food, and in the end medicines and treatments including sub cu fluids. He was always a tough guy preferring to not be held, but liked to sit on your lap when it was cold outside when he chose. He loved to sit right next to our wood stove, or on the window sill. He loved peas, cantolope, hamachi Kama from the sushi bar, and tuna, in the order. He was pretty much an alley cat, who fought regularly with neighbor cats, would beg food, and even lived with neighbors on a few occasions, was called a different name by those walking by. He escaped the yard even in his old age, begging tuna from the neighbors. He liked to sit under parked cars on the street and had a perpetual grease mark on his forehead. He grew to like my dog, although at a distance, Frank ruled my boy I'm afraid, however did protect him from another dog, trying to get down and fight, on his hind feet. He had to be rescued. He did not like car rides, or going up to Big Bear cabin, but did put up with it in the end. He would howl at the vet, did not like it a bit. His life ended in his 23 year of life, from a cancerous tumor, even though he had absolutely zero kidney function surprising the vet many times, he continued to eat, sleep, try to jump from table to counter, etc, he fought even to the end. He was soothed by my husband being with us in the end. We will always love him, Fuzzball, we miss the buddy, the pal, the little ball of love. We know you are with Hrudey now, probably protecting him and keeping him in line. Peace my boy, hoping you are getting brushed, eating peas and cantalope, sleeping in the sun or next to a warm fire, stalking through grass or catching all sorts of wild things, getting lots of love and care, until we are reunited. Take care of Hrudey boy, he needs you, kisses my boy, even if you didn't particularly like them, only on the forehead. Our hearts are broken, but we know you are in a better place, no more pain and suffering, lots of love, Your Family, Howard, Tory and Sophie.
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mikebrowne
post Apr 5 2007, 12:31 PM
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Moosh
Summer 1992
March 29, 2007



Our dear old dog, Moosh, has gone to the big field in the sky. She had become very dizzy, was falling down and was confused.

It turns out she was having strokes rather than just vestibular disease and her heart was calling it quits. We found a lump on her neck that turned out to be an infected salivary gland and took her to the vet this afternoon fearing the worst. The vet said he didn't believe that she would survive the required treatment for the glandular infection and may only have lived a few days longer. He confirmed what we suspected last night, that probably the kindest thing we could do for Moosh was to relieve her suffering.

Dr Loff gently walked us through the whole ordeal as I'd seen Dad, as a veterinarian, do a number of times. He made Moosh comfortable with a soft bed and blanket and we were with her as he relaxed her with the first shot and as she went off to sleep with the second one. Moosh passed away very peacefully at approximately 4:15pm our time. Moosh had a warm loving spirit right to the very end. She was nearly 15 years old and very easy to love.

We're having her privately cremated and will spread her ashes in a couple of her ###### places, namely Ambleside Beach and Lynn Valley's nature trails.

We'll miss our friend are sad to have lost her, but are glad she's not suffering any more.

I think tomorrow I'll do a more creative memorial.

I love you Moosh. I sure will miss you.


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Moosh: 1992 - 2007
We miss you and know you're waiting for us.
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