Daisey RIP 6/14/97-2/4/2012


Pomeranian
Picture of Daisey RIP 6/14/97-2/4/2012, a female Pomeranian

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Home:MIAMI, FL  
Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Daisey RIP 6/14/97-2/4/2012

Nicknames:
Crazy Daisey, Daisey May, Baby girl

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-purebred

Birthday:
June 14th 1997

Likes:
Any little nibble I would share! Turkey was her favorite!

Pet-Peeves:
Strangers, Knocks on the door, Thunder, and Being Brushed!

Favorite Toy:
Was a plush ball with a squeaky inside but as she aged she grew out of toys and usually just liked to play with me!

Favorite Food:
Turkey!!

Favorite Walk:
She loved exploring new neighborhoods, but she knew her regular walk very well.

Best Tricks:
Daisey was the best! She was the most intelligent best friend I could've ever asked for. Anything I asked of her she did! It's like she completely understood me no matter what I asked of her. I miss her every second of every day.

Arrival Story:
It's coming up on six whole months since the love of my life passed on. I still cannot believe other than my human family the one constant through school, friends, and loves for half of my life is gone. I originally got Daisey in October of 1997 as a gift for my mother while she was out of town. I was 17 years old then and wanted to get my mother another pom since we had lost our beloved Pixie a few months before. I went and got our new puppy, named her after my mother's favorite flower only I added an E to the spelling to maker her a little more special. I had her a couple days before my Mom got back into town and by then we were inseparable. The whole house knew Daisey was MINE whether they liked it or not! My baby taught me responsibility. She was a happy, healthy, spoiled little girl all her 14 years. She passed away this year a few months before I turn 32 and before she turned 15. I've had her all of my adult life and am finding it very difficult to live differently without my Daisey girl. One Saturday back in October Daisey developed a slight cough. Monday morning we went to the Dr where he diagnosed a heart murmur and fluid around her lungs. He explained that at her age this is not uncommon. He prescribed meds for the fluids and the murmur. We continued care and followed up eveyr couple weeks. Then in Jan my baby got worse. She started having these seizure like episodes. We were referred to the doggie cardiologist where he eventually diagnosed her with extremely severe pulmonary hypertension. He was still positive prescribing meds and following up weekly with visits to the oxygen tank. All the while Daisey seemed in good spirits, eating, drinking, playing, and not feeling any pain. Then out of nowhere on Friday, Feb. 3rd, she had a full blown seizure. I rushed her to the ER but by then she seemed ok again. They told me to take her in to her vet and have blood work done. Which I should mention through all of this from the very start the lab techs(where my sister works) and both her doctors were really impressed with Daisey's metabolic make up. If it weren't for her little heart she'd be in PERFECT health. Sooo that Sat morning I was at her doctors before they even opened. He tried to give me hope telling me her lethargy was normal for anyone having had a seizure. He told me to take her home get plenty of water and rest and try feeding her at the very least some baby food. But, it turns out my baby's heart just couldn't recoup. We laid on the floor all day and around 11:15pm she turned her head back as if to say goodbye and this fear of her leaving came over me as I felt her little chest and her heart was barely beating. I knew she was going. I scooped her up and dashed to the car. In my heart I know she expelled her last breath before we made it to the car but I still went, I still rushed her into the same ER we were at the night before. They said they tried CPR but I knew she was already gone. My baby had crossed the bridge... As I write this nearing a month since her passing I still miss her and think about her almost every minute of every day. I never imagined life without her. I would give anything to see her again. Even if only in my dreams.

Forums Motto:
Always with me in my heart, my Angel

I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 29th 2012 More than 2 years!

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