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We know how devastating it is to lose a cherished canine friend so we created this space for posting memorial tributes to dogs that have crossed the rainbow bridge. Click here to post a tribute or click here to find resources to help you cope with your loss. And remember that life is a circle and true love forever.

All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.—Helen Keller

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Memorial Tributes

(May 3, 2003 - September 28, 2014)
By Cheryl in North Richland Hills, TX
In 2014 my aunt lost her dog Beebe when he drowned at her sister’s house. A big reason she was able to get through the death of her beloved pet is because her friends and family were there for her. Beebe was a rescue dog that was abused by his original owner. He was one of the nicest and funniest dogs to have around as a best friend. He would always play around with my aunt’s other dog Coco. One of my fondest memories of Beebe was when my aunt gave him a blue mohawk.

Beebe was old and his health was getting bad. My aunt had considered putting him down, so when this happened, she thought this was god's ways of putting him down instead of her having to do it. My aunt was very upset by his death but she knew that he was going to a better place. There he will always be able to live and run freely while also looking down on her and her family.

Hopefully, my aunts outlook after the death of her dog Beebe will help others that are dealing with the loss of their four-legged best friend.

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Comments (1)

Beebee must have been a really special dog to have been loved so much by extended family!  It sounds like your aunt was relieved to not have to make the decision to put him down.  Thank you for sharing!

Mon, 02/20/2017 - 05:01

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