Welcome to Bear's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Bear
Bear came to us as a feral pup. He and his two brothers were terrified of everyone and everything. I worked with them day and night in an effort to socialize them. They were smart pups and learned quickly. They eventually became socialized enough to go to forever homes. However Bear had stolen my heart and I was unable to let him go. Even though he was 40+ pounds, he lived with 3 small dogs and was very gentle with all of them. When playing with them, he made an obvious effort to play gently so as not to hurt them. He remained afraid of men except for me. He loved and trusted me. I was his life and he was mine. In July of 2015, Bear began having difficulties. He was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection and treated with antibiotics that did not resolve the problem. Further tests were performed and liver cancer was detected. Bear had stopped eating and suffered major weight loss. On Thursday, September 3, Bear crossed over to Rainbow Bridge where he is no longer hungry or in pain and is running free again, happy and healthy. Bear, baby, you will always remain in our hearts and will be forever missed. Losing you has left a void in our hearts and life. Run free, baby. If you stop running and playing for a second, you will feel the love we have for you flowing from our hearts. Be good baby. We'll see you soon!
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