Sasha
9/1/2003 - 3/19/2020My sweet pup gained her wings this morning. Sweet, sweet Sasha. Sasha-roo. Sashimi. Sushi roll. Biggie smalls. I had a lot of names for you, but most of all, I was lucky to call you mine. Thank you for letting me be yours. It was an honor.

You were the sweetest of the sweet and had the most gentle disposition. When I brought you and Sadie home 3 1/2 years ago, you became fast and lifetime friends with Karen’s dogs, Kona and Shasta. They were here with you today as Dr. Tyler from Lap of Love so kindly and mercifully helped your transition. You graciously accepted (maybe tolerated) and learned to love the numerous dogs I fostered or otherwise brought into the house, from Lily, Gideon, Charlie, Andi, and Maggie. You loved all the kids (human and canine) in the neighborhood and never met a stranger. You also never met a food you didn’t like....

Sasha, you were so loved and there will always be a hole left. But you are now as you were meant to be: young, energetic, full of life, able to explore, your legs work and you are able to run, jump, and play with all of your friends. May we meet again at the end of the bridge. Fly high, sweet Sasha, and watch over those you have joined, including your sister Sadie and Buster. 😇🌈💔🐾
Kristin MNorthbrook, IllinoisMarch 20, 2020
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Sasha was such a sweetheart with a beautiful soul. She immediately welcomed me into her home and I could tell all she wanted to do was to give love to anyone that would receive it. It was an honor to be by her side and learn all about her life.Tyler Johnston - March 21, 2020

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