Welcome to Hannah's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Hannah
Hannah graced our life almost 12 yrs ago. Our Hannah became a constant companion for my wife as I was on the road working alot. We called her our "monster", as she was very spoiled and knew it. We could never go to a store without looking for something special for her whether a toy or a treat she might like. Hannah was fiercely independent and not one to be overly affectionate. Those were some of the traits my wife honored and admired about her. Hannah was also a talker. If she wanted something she'd get her point across even if you tried to shush her; that only made her madder. And if you had to tell her in a firm voice ," no!", she'd walk away with her head down like you just hurt her feeling, which no doubt we had. She flunked obedience school as a pup for the same reason. We loved her more than words could describe, and for that reason we made the heart wrenching decision to have her put to sleep after recently diagnosed with both chf and renal disease. She was hospitalized for 3 days at a state of the art animal hospital, and 24 hours later had a relapse after she came home. Despite trying to adjust her meds, she had another relapse. We couldn't let her potentially meet a miserable death so we let her go. We love you Hannah and hope you're having a blast over on the other side.
Hannah's People Parent(s), David and Tina, would appreciate knowing you have visited their Hannah's Memorial Residency.
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