3/4/2004 - 8/16/2019We already miss you so much. I'm glad that we were able to help you cross the Rainbow Bridge in a dignified and compassionate way, but know that it was such a hard decision to make. We wanted to make sure you got the send off you deserved and that we could be with you instead of it possibly happening on its own when we weren't with you. I am so thankful that we could give you a good last day. You actually were a bit perkier than you had been in days. I think it was because your Lillian and Avery came to see you along with Kim. They brought you your first ever cheeseburger! After days of not eating, you actually ate it. I was able to get some nice pictures of you with them. I'm glad the weather cooperated and we were able to let you go in your favorite spot outside that you loved to sit in the sun in. We planted a gardenia bush next to that spot and when your ashes come back we will spread part of them out there and place a memorial stone. You know I don't always have the greenest thumb so I am counting on you to help it grow!

Just know that you were the best third hand dog ever! We loved you very much but we knew that things were starting to get very difficult for you, but in your true fashion you tried hard not to show it. Know that your sweet buddy Lacey is devastated without you but we promise to help her through it. We put your collar on the stuffed alligator that the two of you played with and she had it in the bed last night. She is spending more time on your favorite bed. I think it makes her feel closer to you. She also saved you some blueberries this morning instead of gobbling them all up!
Debbie MichelsSt Augustine, FloridaAugust 17, 2019
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Rest in peace sweet boy. I am so thankful I was able to meet you and sit with you in your favorite spot outside. I know you are watching over your family and Lacey with so much love and happily chasing squirrels over the rainbow bridge. ❤️Kali Jimenez - August 19, 2019

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