Welcome to Blade's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Blade
The last puppy left of the litter so outgoing and happy. We brought him home and he made his presence known. He chewed up shoes, curtains walls, garbage and anything else he could possibly get ahold of. Life with Blade was never easy he was a tough guy but a lover. He was gentle but strong willed. If he didnt want to do it today he made it known. He would turn his back to you and grumble and grown. We lived in four different houses over our 14 years together. I will never forget sleeping by his side after he had his TPLO surgery to repair his ligament and meniscus. He was in the hospital for so long and then he came home and could barely walk. I had to carry him with a sling. He slept on his "surgery dog" a blue dog he got as a gift after he had his surgery. It was such a long recovery. I will always remember how much he loved that toy poodle that loved by us in that one house. He used to get down on the ground and wag his whole body, pat his feet on the ground and she would jump on his head. He loved her so much. His most favorite thing to do was roll in the grass. He did it every chance he got. Then when the snow came he ran like crazy through the snow and got it all over his back. I will never forget how happy he was when he was doing that. Our hearts our forever broken without you Blade.
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