Age: 20 Years Sex: Female Weight: 11-25 lbs
|Home:Las Vegas, NV ||[I have a diary!] |
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Schotz of Schnapps (aka Baby Schotzy or "the puppy")
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February 2nd 1994
Food, any and all...
Nothing we know of...
All toys are good
All food is good, even dog food...
All walks are good
Sitting up and looking too cute..., I also roll over on command.
Schnappsie's first born daughter. I am sad to report that on8/18/05, Schotzy went home to join Schnappsie at the Rainbow Bridge. She is deeply missed, our hearts ache with emptiness, and our home is empty without these two precious spiritis. Rest in peace and remember, Mom and Dad love you both more than life itself.
I am too cute and sweet for words. I love my family and everyone else, for that matter. I miss my mom, but my family is helping me adjust. They love me more than life itself.
I love my family more than life itself
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I've Been On Dogster Since:
|December 28th 2004
||More than 9 years!
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August 28th 2005 8:00 am
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I know it was with a very heavy heart that my Mom and Dad took me to the vet to let me go to sleep and join Schnappsie at the Rainbow Bridge. The vet techs and staff at Park Animal Hospital came in and kissed me goodbye, while my Mom and Dad held me with love. They cried their eyes out, along with the staff, but I got up and ran to Schnappsie where we will wait for my Mom and Dad to come get us on their way to Heaven. Until then, Schnappsie and I will watch over our family and teach our new puppy how to be a good schnauzer baby. We know they will get another puppy soon, because the house and my parent's hearts are empty without the pitter patter of schnauzer paws. My folks loved me, spoiled me with love, and gave up their own selfish needs to let me go when the time was right. I love them for their unselfishhness and I will be waiting with Schnappsie, Heidi, Gretchen, and Smidgeon, when they come to get us on their way to Heaven.
My gratitude to the staff at Park Animal Hospital. They gave me a longer life and quality of life that ordinarily would have been possible. Park Animal Hospital was my home away from home and I was treated with the love and respect that I would get at home. Bye for now, but we'll meet up again.
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