Keeping The Memories Alive
In Loving Memory of....
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This is sweet Miley. She was saved from a puppy mill by Joyce A. McGregor. This poor baby lived her life in a cage and was used for breeding since black female pugs are rare. Once she was saved and adopted, she was loved for over 5 years and will furever be in our hearts.
This is Jasper, he was a rescued Aussie. He turned 14 years old but was lost to kidney failure. He was a very sweet, gentle dog and always accompanied his owner, Debbie Brown, to community events to represent Aussie Rescue.
This is Tyler Doo, Adriana Daniel's best friend and 1st Weimaraner! He passed away at 12 years old due to cancer. He was the best dog. According to his owner, he was God sent and did a lot of good things for her and her family! They were the best 12 years of Adriana Daniel's life.
Winnie and Riley are both Pembroke Welsh Corgis. Winnie was a tricolor and Riley is a red/white. They were sister and brother and like most siblings they loved each other but had completely different personalities. They loved to FRAP (a distinctly Corgi activity -- Frequent Random Acts of Play).
Winnie would always clean Riley's ears and face. But most of all they loved snuggling. Sadly, Winnie was lost in March of 2015 due to seizures which the vet said was likely caused by a brain tumor. Riley and her owner, Julianna River Scott, miss her very much. Life is a little boring without their Winnie.
This is Riley Jane Worthen. She was Colleen Worthen's first senior foster. At 13 years old, she was dropped off at a local shelter because her previous people couldn't deal with an old dog. As upset as that sentence made her, Colleen knew that they had to being her home and give her the best rest of her life that we could. In those 14 months, she taught Colleen so much. Senior dogs are wonderful pets. As Colleen says: "She will always live in my husband's and my heart."
This is Zero, an adorable bulldog. He died at age 2 during a routine surgery. The owner, Jules McNubbin, has had her heart broken ever since.
This is Annie the Shetland Sheepdog. She passed away from a mass around her sweet little heart. She came to Lisa Castelan-Svetter as a year old and was very scared. It took months for her to become relaxed with her new family. She was one of the sweetest dogs to be around. She would pick out a stuffed toy and put it in her bed with her.
She chased the other younger dogs, when they chased the ball. She was loved and Lisa Castelvan-Svette's family was lucky to have her. She was 12 years old.
Love you Annie!!
"This was my PUP. He was 18 years old. He was like my child. On the 23rd of Dec he went for his annual physical. The vet was so impressed. We went shopping on Christmas Eve for a new sweater, leash and collar. Within a week he go pneumonia and refused to eat and drink. Then at night he passed away. He got me through my breast cancer treatments recently when no one else was there for me. I miss him terribly and wish I had a stuffed dog just like him to hug and hold at night."
- Laine Dailey Papke, Owner
This is sweet Abby Foster Ashley. She passed away 3 days ago to an Autoimmune Disease. She was just rescued last late spring by owner, Tonia Ashley
Forever in our hearts, run free baby girl.
"Keena was my first dog. I wanted a dog growing up but the answer was always no. Keena arrived when I was 22, newly married to a dog lover (thankfully), and was the best dog ever!! Tennis balls were her obsession and she loved to hike, completing the NH 4000 Footer list when she was 11 years old. Her final hike at 13 years old was a 4000 Footer and only a couple months before we found out she likely had lung cancer. I knew I had to let her go from my life, but never from my heart. Physically, she was the toughest dog I've ever met. She was my best friend. Although she's been gone 11 years now, I still want to carry a piece of her with me, so she is still a part of my life.
While he may have passed from old age, our memories of him will keep him alive. He is survived by his family and his cat, Mia.
"... I lost them both in 2016 -- one to weather and the other to illness.
I will never forget them, and I will never be the same for knowing them.
I thank them for teaching me that all lives matter and for changing my world.