Buddy G's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book
 

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From: pam
On: 2/23/18
 
Dear Brian, you have my deep sympathy on the passing of your beloved Buddy G. God bless you.
From: Carol
On: 1/28/18
 
Brian, I am sorry for the loss of your sweet angel Buddy G. Such a handsome boy who no doubt gave you so much joy and happiness. Now that he has transitioned, you will either hear, smell or see him at night or in your dreams. I hope Buddy G meets up with my Murphy so they can run and play together in the warm sunshine.♥
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 1/23/18
 
I'm sorry for the loss of your beloved Buddy. I hope Buddy and Ginger are running and playing in the sunshine, both happy and healthy, waiting for the day when we will all be together again. I'm enclosing an Angel to watch over our babies.
From: Ann
On: 1/23/18
 
May the special memories of your beloved fur angel, Buddy G, be of comfort in your grief. Such a beautiful, precious boy!
From: susieintucson
On: 1/22/18
 
Dear Brian, I’m so very sorry for your loss...one look at your sweet Buddy’s face says it all...you can see just by looking at him that his was a heart full of love for you. I’m so happy that you had so many wonderful years with him; what a blessing...but I know that there isn’t a lot of comfort in that right now. Grief is such a difficult path to walk down...especially when it is so new, and so raw. Even when our “intellect” tells us that the end is nearing...that our dogs have lived long (and fulfilled) lives, it’s almost impossible to accept that they have to leave us. I just lost my 13yr old Golden Retriever, and I can’t go into the living room where we spent so much time together. But it will come. Grief is a process. Maybe you can come to the Mon. nite Candle Lighting Ceremony. I will look for you, and light a candle for your beloved Buddy. Take care Brian...
From: Dianna
On: 1/21/18
 
Brian, Just a note to let you know I share in your sadness in the loss of Buddy G. As humans, I think what we miss most is the unconditional love and loyalty our beloved animals give to us. I do hope with treasured memories and in time, your heart will heal.
From: Pammie Halpin
On: 1/21/18
 
Dear Brian, I understand this is a sad time for you I too know the heartbreak of losing a beloved friend and constant companion having lost my beloved Bob Barker on August 28, 2017...so I understand how much you miss Buddy. Just remember that it is never really “Goodbye”, just “Until we’re together again”! And I pray that this thought will give your heart comfort and peace in the days to come when you think of your sweet Buddy… Now Buddy waits for you to sleep at night and dream of him. His love continues to cross the Rainbow bridge and come to you all the time. My pups and I are sending you very – very special loving thoughts, prayers, positive energy, and petitioning the Universe to ease your heart pain and give you peace in the knowledge that you will see your little one again one day and that for now your sweet Buddy is but a dream away… You can visit Bob Barker at: https://www.rainbowsbridge.com/residents/BOBBA002/Resident.htm
From: Susan Harrill
On: 1/20/18
 
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Buddy. Please find comfort in knowing that Buddy is now at Rainbows Bridge and making lots of friends. Saying goodbye is never easy. I also lost my precious cat Spooky July 30th 2001 after 16 wonderful years with her. On January 11, 2013, I lost my faithful friend Hannah who was a beautiful blue tick hound dog. On August 2, 2013 another one of my beautiful cats, Sammi, a black and white tabby, went to Rainbows Bridge. April 9, 2014, Maci, my English Bulldog passed over to Rainbows Bridge. Maci and Hannah were best friends. On March 20, 2017 my sweet little calico Gabbi crossed over Rainbow's Bridge. I adopted her about a month after Spooky passed away and Gabbi also lived to be almost 16 years old. On 1/3/18 my little cat Zoe passed away. I am sure that Buddy and my babies have all become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: http://www.rainbowsbridge.com/residents/Spook002/resident.HTM Take Care, Susan
From: Minks Mom
On: 1/20/18
 
Dear Brian, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Buddy G. I truly understand the pain and heartache of loss and I shall keep you in my prayers.
From: Alicia Burrell
On: 1/20/18
 
Dear Brian, What an absolute beauty Buddy G is! Our dogs are such a treasure – they jumped when we laughed and comforted us when we cried. They always listened and never defied. What a pleasure it must have been to come home to Buddy G everyday. I share your loss and hope that your sadness will soon be replaced by all the happy memories you and Buddy G shared together. My deepest condolences. Carmen's and Gigi's mom - alicia
From: Donna Becker
On: 1/20/18
 
Brian and family...I am so very sorry for the loss of your sweet fur child and best friend. You were so lucky to be able to spend such a long time with him. So many wonderful memories! I am keeping you in my heart during this time of profound sadness. Godspeed precious Buddy G.. what a GOOD boy you are!
From: sher
On: 1/20/18
 
hi iam so very sorry foryourlossmyprayersare with youGodBlessyou
From: Regina - Bailey's Mom
On: 1/20/18
 
I am so sorry for your loss of Buddy. My heart goes out to you as I know you are struggling so with the loss of your precious baby. Your world has lost a very special baby, family member and friend, but the heavens have welcomed home a very special soul. Earth’s loss is heaven’s gain. I know you had a special relationship with Buddy that will always be a part of you. I pray that my sweet little girl, Bailey, found Buddy and they have become friends. May the precious love you shared with Buddy continue to warm your heart and I hope you find peace and comfort knowing that your love will bind you together forever. Peace and blessings to you. My precious Bailey left our world December 5th, 2013 and we miss her so. Please visit my Bailey at http://RainbowsBridge.com/residents/BAILE364/Resident.htm
From: Dave
On: 1/19/18
 
Brian, I'm very sorry for your loss. It's a very difficult time but take it a day at a time. Losing Daisy on 12/14 has been the toughest thing to deal with in my life, but I'll just say they're still with us. Look for little signs of it - they're mini miracles. Check out the last picture on Daisy's page (link below) - that's an example - I had to go back into the room to find my phone at a random time, and saw what's in the picture when I turned around about to leave the house for the day. Also take comfort in knowing they're pain free, in a better place, and we'll see them again. Best wishes with everything. -Dave https://www.rainbowsbridge.com/residents/DAISY446/Resident.htm
From: Wendy Taylor
On: 1/19/18
 
Brian, What a sweet picture you posted of your Buddy G. Losing a fur child is never easy. All the little tasks that we thought nothing of come back to us daily with overwhelming pain. From what you said, it sounds like you had to make a very difficult decision to let your Buddy G go. I had to do the same with my little Baby Bee. Try to remember by letting them go, we are giving them the ultimate gift. The gift that ends their suffering, pain and struggles. In order to free them of that, it is us that begin the journey of suffering, pain and daily struggles. Sending you thoughts of much strength in the days that follow.
From: Andrell
On: 1/15/18
 
Brian: Nothing can ever prepare us for the depth of sadness after the passing of a best friend. Buddy enhanced your life and has left behind memories for an eternity. I am so deeply sorry for the loss of a kind and gentle soul and left a gift of a pull rope to keep you forever connected-never let go!
From: Pressy's Family
On: 1/15/18
 
Hello, handsome Buddy G, welcome to sunny Paradise meadow by Rainbow Bridge. Dad loves and misses you so...he made you a beautiful place and wrote loving words. We asked our Pressy to help Pedro welcome you and be a playmate to chase colorful rainbows and give you special kitty love headbumps. She'll show you wonders of Paradise meadow and teach you to send love signs on the wind so Dad feels your loving presence with him and Buddy kisses in gentle breezes. You're now a guardian star shining brightly until he comes to cross the Bridge together for all time. We ask he not be so sad but treasure memories of you and remember you're nestled beside your pawprints deep in his heart forever. Play meadow games with other furangels but stop often to smile at Dad so he feels the warmth of your love surround him and knows you miss him too and are with him. Soar among clouds now on silvery new angel wings to watch over Dad always, beloved sweet Buddy. Pressy's Grandpa
From: ROBERT PAUL
On: 1/15/18
 
BRIAN SORRY ABOUT BUDDY G PASSING
From: Clare and Martha
On: 1/15/18
 
Dear Buddy G, you are truly handsome. Please go to the Bridge and send your precious love down the Rainbow straight into the heart of your dad who misses you so much, and he will send his love right back to you on angels' wings. Dear Brian, your world has lost a very special furperson, family member and friend, and heaven has welcomed Home a very special soul. Buddy G, along with Pedro, is now your very own angel, watching over and for you, just as Tashi, Katy and BG are watching over us, until you meet again and cross the Bridge together. May their sweet presence continually nuzzle your heart until then, and may you find comfort in knowing that the silver thread of love that binds you heart to heart with Buddy G and Pedro will never be broken. Many blessings and much peace, Clare and Martha...Please visit our Tashi at http://www.rainbowsbridge.com/residents/TASHI002/resident.HTM
From: Rosalind Kotlar
On: 1/15/18
 
For sweet Buddy, I know that during your lifetime you gave Brian much joy. Now I am wishing for you lots and lots of happiness playing in the meadows beyond the Rainbow Bridge. From looking at your photo and reading what Brian wrote for and about you it is obvious that you came from a very warm and loving home. Buddy, I have a wonderful playmate for you. His name is Pedro and he is adorable just like you. I know you two will be very good friends. For Brian, I just visited your Buddy's Rainbows Bridge residency and wanted to express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your precious fur angel. I am sure if asked, Buddy would have said that every day spent with you was a blessing. Having lost my little dog Pedro I can understand how you must be feeling and how much you must miss Buddy. Wishing you all the very best always, Rosalind (Pedro's Mom).

 
 
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