Rainbow Bridge


Achilles crossed The Bridge 1/29/24. He was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma three months ago (just after we brought him home). The main issue was something completely unexpected. His walking issues were originally thought to be arthritis, but turned out to be Degenerative Myelopathy, the dog version [...]


Two weeks ago we said an unexpected goodbye to the “best girlie ever” as she crossed over the rainbow bridge. Jada had a pretty normal day of a walk and ball chasing, so this was a surprise. She would have turned twelve in a few [...]


Tanner came to us in June 2013 when he was four years old. He had a rough few years prior to our adopting him. He learned to play ball and retrieve and actually became obsessed with it. His favorite activities were hiking and “helping out” [...]


We hit the jackpot adopting Dewey in April of 2012. He became an instant member of the family and brought such joy to us. Dewey was loving, playful (his favorite toy was the rubber bowling pin--he owned four of them), very affectionate and devoted, and [...]


Nelson was our foster failure who became part of our family in the truest sense of the word. Nelson and Hayden became best buddies. We always joked that they had ESP with each other. They would run the same direction, wag their tails simultaneously and [...]


Romeo entered our lives as a Senior. We adopted him in April 2017, he was nine. Such a distinguished gentleman, with his frosted features, he was a classic Black Lab mixed with a bit of something else. He captured my heart the day we met. [...]


We adopted Queenie when she was 10.5 and staying at the Golden Retriever Rescue. In the short time we had her, we went on 2 "dog vacations," to a lake cabin where she continued her dock-diving and toy retrieval for hours on end, with many [...]

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