I hope you are finding plenty of places to run and jump around on that hillside over the rainbow bridge. I know all your aches and pains are behind you. I have your picture of you when you were older on your favorite bed right after your cancer surgery still in my office. I miss you sweet girl.
You had a hard life and I hope you know we tried to do all we could to help you and keep you comfortable. When you would have a seizure I prayed you could come out of it and held you close.
My favorite memory is when you were young and we would go out to that large patch of woods/ fields near our home. I would let you off your leash and you would run from one end to the other. Sometimes to try and catch a too fast deer other times you would go at top speed and chase us around.
The hardest and saddest day was when we knew it was time to let you go beyond your pains. It was my birthday when we helped you cross over and it was bittersweet for me. I knew when it was time that I wanted you to pass at home in familiar surroundings and to let you know how special you were I had your head on my lap on your favorite blanket at home surrounded by your loved ones. We brought you home in that same blanket as a pup and I wanted to send you off in the same blanket.