It was love at first sight between Biscuit and Mommy that day at the pet store in 1994- and so began a love affair that lasted every day of the 13 1/2 years of her life. Biscuit was the most adorable little white ball of fluff with the sweetest disposition. She was shy around strangers but never growled or bit anyone. She also didn't realize she was a dog. |
Biscuit was my buddy-going on road trips was her favorite. All I had to do was call out "road trip" and she would get all excited. We traveled all over the place, staying mostly in those Bed and Breakfasts or hotels that allowed dogs. She loved to explore all the sounds and smells and Savannah, Georgia was a dog friendly town that she visited often and adored.
We have several dogs, including 2 from a litter of her puppies and they are great dogs. But Biscuit never considered herself a dog at all. She was dainty and fastidious and would look disdainfully at the other dogs as they ran and slobbered on everything.
Biscuit was very healthy until the end of November 2007 when she was diagnosed with kidney failure.
If a person can have a dog soul mate, this one was mine. I will grieve for her every day of my life. I know I did everything I could possibly do (I think? I hope?) but it still hurt so much to let her go.
Rest in peace, Biscuit Jane. Mommy loves you forever.
Thanks to all of you who have sent cards and signed the guest book-it means so much.
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