Pets Touch the Hearts of Families & Everyone
Involved... Adoptive Families Remember the Warm, Loving Spirits
of their Pets
Sasha's family tells us that Sasha was a very special
dog. Certainly one of a kind and they miss her terribly.
She was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the
outside. Sasha is pictured with her leopard bone.
She loved to go after it and her family would throw it
for her in the house. She would carry it from room to
room with her.
From Jackson's family:
I am so sorry to tell you that we lost our boy Jackson, to cancer of the spleen last week. We miss him terribly. He was a real trooper to the end. He never really grew up, was always a happy boy. He loved to swim and play in the snow. Loved the whole family.
You can see he was a lap dog too, here sitting with our granddaughter. When I was sick with my own cancer last summer and in the hospital in Portland for 4 months our son took care of him and his sister dog, Shelby. Jackson would go to work with our son everyday and all the guys loved him being there. Thank you for letting us be the parents to this wonderful boy.
From Chief's family:
I am sad to inform you that Chief, a golden we adopted from you guys about two years ago passed away from lung cancer just two days ago.
We enjoyed the time we had with him and cant thank you guys enough for uniting us with such a great member of our family.