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Three and a half years ago we mourned the loss of our male Mini Schnauzer Mr. Bud, it helped that Missy Lady was still with us. Missy came to us from a
Our lil girl Gretta whom was Mommies Lil Snuggler and Daddies Lil Darlin. She was a part of our family for 13 years. We brought her home from the Amish
There are many reasons why you might need to bring a dog from one country to another. Did you fall in love with a pup while travelling and want to bring
No words to describe the utter devastation we feel with our loss, Colin was only 8 far to soon taken from us, took him to the vet because he wasn't eating,
Jeht came to me at a time of great loss. My dear Mom had just passed suddenly a couple of months before, in 2013. I was struggling greatly to deal with
Cosby was humanlike. We did it all, conquered it all together. He never barked, followed me everywhere, did multiple tricks, and understood dozens of
It will be two years this next February that I loss my sweet Callie as she got sick when we were on vacation. I still get teary eyed when I think of her.
When a schnauzer is on her cycle and just needs a SNICKER!😂😂 Here is 2 year old Gypsy Nash, which her birthday is on Christmas Day! December 25 and she
Dear Stewie: I don't know if there are enough words to express how much I love you. My heart was yours the very first time I saw you. When we were introduced
Words alone cannot begin to express the hole that was left in our hearts when our boy, our Beloved Sergeant Brashear of 15 years had passed on. He will
I have been terrified of dogs for my entire life but about 15 years ago, my best friend adopted a small dog and eventually I got to where I could pet it.
We are heartbroken. Yesterday we had to say goodbye to the little girl who brightened my day for the last 14 years. Sophie had a big personality and was
In May, 2008 I drove out of town to see my 95 yr. old mom for the last time. She had a few days left to live so I drove from Sunset Beach, NC to Charleston,
She was perfect...spunky, sweeter than sugar, caring, concerned, funny, loyal, loving, and simply beautiful. There really aren't enough words to describe
Bentley is a 2 year old rescue. We rescued him Christmas 2018 and know very little about his history. He has brought such joy to our family. He is very
In remembrance of my precious boy... my miniature schnauzer Freddie. May 2, 2014 - September 21, 2019. He only lived five years, but his love filled
This is our Little Miss Evie T. She turned 6 yrs old this month, but still she still acts like a puppy. She continues to bring us so much joy. But she
I lost Abbey 12/27/2016. We still think of her and talk about her almost every day. She lived to be 17 yrs. old. She was the sweetest darling angel. She
Chumlee crossed the rainbow bridge on Sunday October 20, 2019 This last 24 hours without you has been excruciating. No bark when we return home and not
I’ve had my dog Winston for almost 3 years now. He has made an impact on my heart no one else could’ve. He sleeps with me every night, he can tell when