Lilly's father Carson, went to the bridge on April 3, 2015 with the help of his loving family.
He will be missed and can only pray that he is in no more pain and running free.
If it wasn't for him, I would not have my Lilly or my good friend Laura!!!!!
My first dog as an adult. She was a huge black beast and was as stubborn as a mule. But I loved her. I miss her so much and her odd ways. The big old girl had a big old place in my heart then and she will have her own place there FOREVER!!! I still miss her to this day...all 100+ pounds of her.
2/14/06 - 10/31/13
On October 31, 2013 early AM Max crossed over the the Bridge to become a Golden Angel with his family by his side.
Max will forever be loved and missed by his humans The Moor Family.
Thank you for giving him such an awesome home while he was here on earth.
May 25, 2001 - October 2, 2012
Colton was with us but a brief time. what a precious boy. He is missed and continually Loved and thought of.
Buddy was a gentle boy who we were happy to have sire our first 4 litters with Zoe Mae.
He was such a blessing in our Lives and is sadly missed.
Bella was a special girl in so many ways to me. She was Hoosier Heartland's first puppy ever born. She was part of my family. Although she went to live with the Webbs, she only lived down the street and visted often. Unfortunately, God wanted her back sooner than we planned. She will always be missed and always in my heart! I love you Bell Bell. I know you are better off now and no longer suffering.
LEND ME A PUP
I will lend you for awhile,
a pup, God said,
For you to love her while she lives
and mourn for her when she’s dead.
Maybe for twelve or fourteen years,
or maybe one or two
But will you, ‘till I call her back,
take care of her for me.
She’ll bring his charms to gladden you
and (should her stay be brief)
you’ll always have her memories
as solace for your grief.
I cannot promise she will stay,
since all from earth return
But there are lessons taught below
I want this pup to learn.
I’ve looked the whole world over
In search of teachers true
And from the folk that crowd’s life’s land
I have chose you.
Now will you give her all your love
Nor think the labor vain,
Nor hate me when I come to take
My Pup back again.
I fancied that I heard them say
“Dear Lord Thy Will be Done,”
For all the joys this Pup will bring,
the risk of grief we’ll run.
We’ll shelter her with tenderness
we’ll love her while we may
And for the happiness we’ve known
forever grateful stay
But should you call her back
much sooner than we’ve planned,
We’ll brave the bitter grief that comes,
and try to understand.
If, by our love, we’ve managed,
your wishes to achieve
In memory of her we loved,
to help us while we grieve,
When our faithful bundle departs
this world of strife,
We’ll have yet another Pup and
love her all her life.