Welcome to Spider's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Spider
Spider came to us at the age of five. He was a retired racing Greyhound just like my first dog Huey. He had been in a previous home and his owner was moving to Europe and could not take him with her. My first dog had just passed on and I was wanting another dog. The rescue organization said they had a dog that matched our needs if we wanted him. Of course I said yes. Spider had a severe separation anxeity and a food allergy. It took us a few months to get him straightened out. He was a big flirt and insisted on everyone petting him all of the time. We would walk one to two miles every day and if he saw anyone on our walk and that person made eye contact he would get so excited and wag his tail so they would pet him. He entered Rainbows Bridge by way of having surgery for the diagnosis of osteocarcinoma in which they amputated his right front leg. He never came out of anesthesia. I got the devestating call from my veternarian around 2:00 in the afternoon. It was awful. I miss him every minute of the day. We can't take our walks anymore and he can't look for the constant affection every day. May my best buddy rest in peace.
Please also visit Akio, Alex and Andy.
Spider's People Parent(s), Kathleen, would appreciate knowing you have visited their Spider's Memorial Residency.
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