Missy left and joined Robbie at the bridge yesterday. A loving, loyal and nutty dog she leaves a huge hole in my heart. She was my first dog and and I still remember going to Jenny's house to collect her, we had many challenges along the way with her but she was always worth it. She has been in awful pain with arthritis in back legs and hips (was on medication); it was almost impossible for her to get and down the stairs, she would fall often and put more pressure on her back legs, her dementia got very bad towards the end and she lost control on her bowel most of the time. We love you Missy, its so quiet here without you this morning darling. Sue and Russ. xxxx
I have a couple pictures I would like to add but cant, can I send to anyone to do this for me please?
Hi Sue, I've messaged my email over, I'm happy to post pics. Sending love to you, it's heartbreaking to lose our treasured companions. Run fast and pain free over that bridge Missy, your friends are waiting for you 🌈🐶
Hi Sue, I’m so sorry to read this, it must have been such a difficult few days/ weeks for you. My love to you and Russ at this horrible time. Run fast and free over the bridge on pain free legs Missy xx
So sad to hear of your loss Sue and Russ. The years creep on and all our dogs are getting old together. My boys are 10,11 and 12 now. My first SLR dog Dexter is 10, where have all those years gone. Run free sweet Missey no more pain. Meet all your old pals over the bridge.
Pictures sent by Sue. Missy on Jenny's bed when she first came in, when she found her happy ever after and in her silver days. Beautiful girl, much loved. (not in order, but you can see which is which) 🌈