Category: Memorials

A Tribute to Abby
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A Tribute to Abby

Our precious little girl Abby is now waiting for us at the Rainbow Bridge. She is reunited with Kayla and Luke, and she has finally met Mitzi, whose passing brought us to GoldHeart. She had thyroid cancer that had invaded her larynx and was spreading to the blood vessels. It would have soon invaded her […]

A Letter to Luke
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A Letter to Luke

Lukey-Man, you gave us a lifetime’s worth of love and joy in the 2+ years that we were privileged to share our home with you.  We will always remember your sweet nature, your curly locks, and especially your “Butt-Scratch Dance”, which gave us so many smiles and giggles.  You were the most gentle of giants, […]

Bodhi GH-824
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Bodhi GH-824

RIP 4/13/2013.  This beautiful 2 1/2 year old lost his battle to seizures on Sat. 4/13/2013. His wonderful foster family escorted him to the Rainbow Bridge.  

Georgia, November 2012
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Georgia

This sweet little girl recently had a cyst removed from her head. However, further tests revealed more problems. Georgia came into rescue as a give up from an owner who worked too many hours away from home. She seemed like a super sweet Golden girl so she was being prepped for her first check up. She had a very large noticeable cyst on her head that we removed. It took several stitches to close this up. In the picture attached, there is other evidence of stitches on her head, so it can be safely assumed that she had another cyst at one point in time that was also removed. During this visit, the vet noticed a very large hard fibrous mass on her left shoulder. We decided that the mass needed to be tested for presence of cancerous cells. The test came back positive for a very aggressive tumor that gives her an estimated 6 months to live.

Luke GH629
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Luke (GH-629)

August 23, 2012 Luke taught me many lessons during the two and one half years that I was privileged to foster him in my home. He demonstrated perseverance in the face of almost unimaginable challenges. Luke was a happy, happy dog in spite of the next seizure lurking around the corner. As long as he […]