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2018 Tributes

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Daisy, October 2001 - March 22, 2018

My beloved beagle Daisy passed away on Thursday night.  She was going to be 17 this year.  I loved her more than anything.  I miss her presence so much.  She was my best friend.  There will never be another like her.  I wish I could pick her up one more time and hold her and tell her what a good girl she is.  I love you Daisy.  I'll always remember you.  You'll always be my beagle

Daisy, 08/04/2006 - 01/04/2018

Dearest Sweet Daisy-bear bear: You are our beautiful, gentle loving angel, descended from heaven, who has touched our lives in ways that no human ever has or ever could. Your sweet loving nature, gentleness,healing kindness, selflessness, beauty and grace has blessed our lives for 11 years and 5 months. We can't believe you are not here with us right now. Our sadness is deep and profound. You were our little daughter and brought so much overwhelming joy and happiness every single day into our lives while you were on this earth. How can we ever thank you for always being there for us all the time, no matter what. The way you would come over to me and lay your head on my lap to calm me brought me such tremendous peace and comfort that I can't define how your healing powers touched my very soul. Our walks together were so wonderful, as we watched you sniff and sniff the world around you with your amazing senses. We loved watching you run so fast along the beach of the LI Sound and CT River and bark at the waves, run circles so fast in the yard you're eyes would disappear in your head, swim and roll in the sand and dirt. how you threw up sticks, did happy scratchies, and puppy angels in the snow. Your are all love my sweetheart, pure as a child's love, unconditional, constant, eternal. Now you are with Gingie, and loving life our little blessing. Be with God. We will pray for you always and miss you terribly.

Dakota Wilson, Febuary 1, 2002 - March 22, 2018

Dakota a Siberian Husky who loved people, hugs, treats, and any other fur baby she met.  She was my husbands only friend while I was gone to Iraq.  She will be greatly missed. RIP Dakota we look forward to seeing you again in Heaven. 

Dirty Gurtie, Spring 1998 - June 14 2018

The Last Battle
 
If it should be that I grow frail and weak,
And pain should keep me from my sleep,
then you must do what must be done
For this, the last battle, canít be won.

You will be sad, I understand,
Donít let the grief then stay your hand,
For this day more than all the rest
Your love and friendship stand the test.

Weíve had so many happy years,
What is to come can hold no fears.
Youíd not want me to suffer so;
When the time comes, please let me go.

Take me where my needs theyíll tend
And stay with me, if you can, to the end.
Hold me firm and speak to me
Until my eyes no longer see.

I know in time, you will see,
It is a kindness you do for me.
Although my tail its last was waved,
From pain and suffering Iíve been saved.

Donít grieve that it should be you,
Who must decide this thing to do,
Weíve been so close, we two, these years;
Donít let your heart hold any tears.

Smile, for we walked together for a little while.

Author Unknown

20 years you shared our lives, it will never be the same...You were everything a dog should be, sweet,funny, and amazing.
Loved and missed by us all. Go quickly Mom is waiting for you. 
There is hole in our lives you once filled.
Go knowing we loved you and still do,
Till we meet again our girl,
Dawn, Shawn, Jessie, Mandy and Matt.

Dude, 10/02/2009 - 03/21/18

My handsome dog Dude was put to rest today.    He and I had been living loving laughing for nearly 10 years and we became big parts of each of each others lives.   Me learning about him and he learning about me.   The amazing part to this dog is he loved everyone, and everyone loved him.   In the early years we spent time at the park all kinds of toys and riding in the car which he loved.  I hardly ever went anywhere without my Dude.    The hardest part of our relationship came when he was diagnosed with Cushings Disease.   It took it's toll on him and we knew we had met the curve in the road.   My prayers are when I get to the Rainbow Bridge he will stop everything he is doing with his friends and ability to run again and greet me and we can take the next step down the lighted path that awaits a loving God that loves Dude and me.

loving and missing Dude


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