Our Leeloo was a big, shy, girl. Her size and bark could be intimidating to those who did not know her, but she was always so gentle. She greeted me with bounces, drooled when she drank or got excited, and raised her paw to ask for one more treat. I miss your snoring, your gentle wake up kisses, and just being next to me all the time. I will be with you again someday, over the rainbow bridge.
Lacy was about 1 ½ to 2 years old when she chose us to adopt her. For 9 years she loved chasing rabbits, whistle pigs, ravens, and antelope in the Murphy, ID, but she adjusted well to “city” life in Nampa. She gave us so much over the years and asked for so little, and we will treasure the 13 years that we did have with her.
Lucy was the truest and most loyal friend. Our relationship spanned more than a decade, during which time she brought me countless laughs, comfort in times of sadness, and taught me about unconditional love. After all she brought to my life, it was an honor to make her last few months as comfortable and peaceful as possible and when it came time to let her go, it was no surprise that she took a piece of my heart with her.
“RIP Badger (9/1/2005 – 4/14/2017). Badger was the best friend and best dog ever. He was a German Shepherd mix with a gentle heart and soul. He loved his three doggy siblings, particularly his hound dog sister. He enjoyed lounging outdoors and i laying on soft blankets and sofas indoors. Routines and being bathed and clean were very important to him. He liked his dog bed “fluffed” every night before bed.
10/10/2001 – 03/25/2017
The “little dog” was a big dog at heart. To some, he’s known as the “bear dog” who fiercely chased away several bears from camp. A constant and loyal companion on many adventures traveling far and near. Overflowing with personality he fit right into any environment. Rock Dog was the absolute best… as was the company he kept.. Thank You for being You little buddy!
Zoh was just a puppy when I gave her to my wife, Teddi. Zoh was the perfect companion for my wife. Zoh was such a loving and sweet little girl who demonstrated unconditional love for, and devotion to, my wife. For the past twelve years the three of us were bound together as a happy family unit. Our little corgi will certainly be missed
Mojo was an amazing dog. With her unconditional love, she cured me of my pain and helped me start my life fresh. She loved to go camping and on walks and just for rides in the car - everywhere we went, she was the star of the show. She was smart and she had uncanny intuition - she just knew things. She will be missed by everyone.
Leon - he would watch me go about me day with his deep brown eyes, at awe with the fact that he could be comfortable and loved after a previous life, where he wasn't given a second or a first thought. He was a sweet, gentle, albeit stubborn guy. I saw a t-shirt once that said "Your dog don't know sit!" Yeah, he didn't know sit and I loved him all the more for it as he stood alongside me.
January 17, 2006 - February 1, 2017
Max was a sweet, gentle, friendly dog. A lover not a fighter. He responded well to voice command, and enjoyed going everywhere his human went. He adored his human. When she was gone, he would get noticeably depressed. Now that Max is gone, his human misses him more than anything. RIP sweet Max.
Harley was my best friend and an integral part of our family for the last 12 years. His clumsy, happy-go-lucky demeanor earned him the nickname "Doofy", but his heart was so gentle and loving. From the first day we brought you home, you've left pawprints on our hearts and lives. Run free, buddy. Forever in our hearts...
We adopted Daisy in Chicago where she was found living on the streets. She was our first baby and we picked her up the day we got back from our honeymoon which was days after 9/11. Daisy taught us so much about ourselves and helped us grow as a family. She made us laugh and was always there for us. We love and miss you Daisy.
Boomer spent his days enjoying life and was a loving heartbeat at our feet at the end each day. His passing has left a corgi sized hole in our hearts. He was truly the dog in the quote below.
He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.
- Author Unknown
Maggie was our sweet, kind, little girl of 16 yrs that everyone LOVED and she LOVED everyone. Not a bad bone in her body. She loved to play ball until her little 4 legged brother, Harley came to live with us. He pretty much took over the ball. She loved her nightly treats. WE WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH MAGGIE
You put smiles on our faces everyday for 15 years. You were there for us through thick and thin. Jim was inspected every evening to make sure there were no office dogs you had to deal with. You had the amazing ability to find the exact center of any bed or couch that came your way. Rest in peace Bellaboo. Melissa and Jim Thomssen
Hank was the protector of the home from the moment he showed up for my Christmas present at 5 weeks old.He never failed to greet me at the gate when I came home from the bus stop, He was smart. He figured out how to open the back door to come inside! To his very last second he wanted to be with me. Guard dog on earth, guardian angel in Heaven.
Our fetchaholic lab. Kimberly still misses sharing her popcorn with you. We all miss your walks and your barks when it was time to eat.We thank you for just laying down and enduring when the pit bull attacked you instead of us.. We wish you an eternity of never-ending happiness and hope to be with you again someday. With love
Moto was an amazing companion, who even after 5 years of being the baby adapted and loved the kids we had with all his heart. He made sure we knew they were protected. He loved to swim, fetch sticks and play tug of war. We couldn't have asked for a better companion. Thank you Moto for the amazing 11 years you gave us
Thank you for making my dog comfortable in his final moments. He was very smart and gentle. The thing I loved most was how he would look you right in the eyes when we spoke to him. You could ask for a smile, a kiss, or to get a toy and he would do it. Or just when you needed someone to talk to, he was always there and you just knew he understood what you you meant and how you were feeling. He loved birthdays and Christmas and would help unwrap gifts, being ever so gentle, never damaging the contents inside. He was my best friend and was always happy to be by my side.