that was a very good read..
but difficult ....hard to read through these eyes..they are plenty sore and raw ...
my biggest solace is..he wasn't in pain..he was still 'aware' of his friends surrounding him up until his last breath..and he had a fantastic life..was loved by many..he crashed very quickly that friday evening....so it was evident he had run out of road to travel with me
in a couple weeks we will take some of his ashes up in a city PD helicopter and scatter them over some of 'his' old stomping grounds..
he went out like a champ..took a walk the night before..carried his ball with him all the way..and had a last meal of junkie fast food..several sauage biscuits from mcd's..save for the junk food..it's not a bad way to go i figure..
fortunately for me..my friends are almost all 'dog people'..and even those that aren't...well..they all understand..not a one has offered the.."it's just a dog" comment..
he wasn't a titled dog..he wasn't a podium dog..he was never expected to 'earn' me a red cent...he took his job as a protection dog very seriously..but still found a way to be a big clown to all he knew...he was just the best friend a girl could ever have..i couldn't have asked for more from him..
E-Dog - 2012 WPBTCA National Championships
The time when screech owls and Bandogges howl and spirits walk and ghosts break up their graves.
Act I, Scene IV of William Shakespeare's "King Henry VI"