(They have crossed Rainbow Bridge, together)
“Today I should be walking my guys and gals through our woods. I'd be picking bark out of Max's teeth. Reminding Belle that if she wants true exercise she can't be stopping and spending 30 minutes per chipmunk on trying to climb the tree they went up. I'd be asking Ivy and Worm to try to let me keep my shoulder in place, and gently reminding Jack that walking on his feet is so much better than being pulled on his butt like a butt sled.” Marlene told us.
These pups had the best of life. Woods to play in, warm beds to lay in and so much love and care. They also gave so much to their human families and were so loved by them and the entire community. Our lives were enriched by them.
Their lives were tragically cut short in December. Following is an excerpt from the local news:
HARTLAND, Vt. The fire that engulfed a Windsor County family's home last weekend resulted in the death of six dogs on the property. The family ...