If only we could remember all the funny things you did when we were blessed with you. From the first time we met you at three years old, we knew we were in for the time of our lives. Your big tender heart always shined through and you were loved by all who saw you. When you smiled at us we saw your broken canine tooth and had a silver crown put on. Boy, you were proud to smile after that. You smiled when we came home, when you saw someone you knew and even when you tripped or banged into something, you would turn around with a big old grin. You were such a gentle giant but a bit on the clumsy side. Seven years was not long enough to be with you and we miss you so much. Dodger, your best dog friend misses you too. She stayed by your side until the end, along with us. The liver cancer finally took your sweet, sweet soul. How your antics made us laugh - opening the pantry to get cookies to opening doors to let your small sisters out of the bedroom while we were out to turning on the coffee maker and gas stove (Ooops!) You were the big bundle of love in our lives. I know you are well again and playing with Dino, Foxy, Dancer, Diamond and my Dad at the Rainbow Bridge. Till we meet again my son. You will be in our hearts forever.|
11/4/10 - Dodger is there with you now. Please dance and run together once again.
5/6/11 - Little Dazzle has arrived, please watch over her and take her under you wings.