It is with a heavy heart and tearful face that I write this letter to you. Saying goodbye to you|
Bay,is so very hard, but it is my last gift to you,to let you go and give you your wings. You have been my angel and gentle soul mate since you came into my life. Your gentle, kind, calm, sweet manner has helped so many people. Just being in the same room with you, created a calm, sweet ora
that made everything seem safe. Hugging you, took away pain, tension, anxiety, and restlessness that sometime consumes us and made us feel better. Bay, you were not only a wonderful therapy dog,
but also a natural healer.
You have brought smiles,laughter,and joy to hospice patients, children and adults at libraries, elementary schools, high schools, and colleges; but most of all you have made my life richer. It
I loved watching you run like the wind at the dog park and Eagle Greenbelt. Your ears would flip flop and your tail would wag. I loved watching you stop and smell the flowers and greens. You reminded me of the children's story, Ferdinand The Bull. I loved watching you wade and splash in the water.
Eating was always a great love of yours. Favorite foods were: peanut butter, cottage cheese, salmon, sardines scrambled eggs, ice cream fruit.
You have been a wonderful brother to Bosco, Cooper and Peeka. Bosco and Cooper liked to snuggle with you on the same bed and Peeka liked to rub up against you. Cooper looked out for you and would let me know if you needed help.
All of you loved listening to music at bedtime; it would put you right to sleep.
I am thankful for all the paw prints on my floor;I am thankful for all your fur on my rugs and clothes; I am thankful for your drool and slobbery kisses. All of those things were part of you
7-2-16 It is almost a year since you crossed the bridge my love. I miss you every day. When I wake in the morning, first thing I see is Your beautiful picture and I say "Good Morning my love" when I go to sleep at night I say "Good night my love"