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I have left you now but please do not be sad you gave me all the love you had. You did so much for me in my time here and I will always hold those precious times near. I know someday you will find love again and into your life will come a new friend. Your heart will heal, though you will never forget memories like the first time we met. Memories are wonderful, so keep them close and remember all the good times the most. Up in the Heaven for animals is where I will be and someday in the future, each other we will see. I am at PEACE now, so please do not be sad. You gave me all the love you had.
In memory of Teddy
In memory of Sully (Whiskers O Sullivan)
In memory of Skittles
In memory of Sadie
In memory of Penny
In memory of Miya
In memory of Millie
In memory of Maxie, aka Maxwell
Max the Wonderdog was absolutely the sweetest dog. We will really miss him and his funny, happy-go-lucky personality.
In memory of Max
We adopted our Lucy after the death of our very first Labrador, Elliott. My husband and I as well as our 1 ˝ year old Labrador were grieving the loss of Elliott at the age of 6 years old due to bone cancer. Shurman took it the hardest, even to the point of not wanting to eat and we knew he needed a furry friend.
When I saw Lucy on the Retrievers and Friends website, it was her bio that first drew me to her. Lucy had also lost a family member. The owners were an elderly couple. The wife had passed away and the husband could not care for Lucy, so she was brought to RFSC. We were the perfect match!
Lucy taught Shurman how to grow up, and Shurman taught Lucy how to still be a pup. They spent 10 years playing, snuggling, and traveling and were the best of friends! Lucy was beautiful inside and out. Everyone she met was blessed by her sweet and gentle nature. She loved with her whole heart! We miss her so much but are so thankful for being able to have her as a part of our family.
Rest in peace our beautiful girl. We will love you forever!
In memory of Lucy
In memory of Hazel
Charlie was adopted from Retrievers and Friends five years ago. During that time he became the most loved dog by all who met him. He was certified to work at libraries, schools, and did Pet Therapy visitation at the local hospital. He made our world a better place. He passed away last weekend peacefully in his sleep. We know the gates of heaven have doggie doors…till we meet again Charlie Boy!
In memory of Charlie
In memory of Callie
In memory of Breezy
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