Angel Zane

Doberman Pinscher
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Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Gotcha Date:
April 25th 2011

January 11th 2005

Licking the other pets ears, he was obsessive about it

He didn't like his head held onto

Favorite Toy:
anything that squeaks

Favorite Food:
dinner rolls, he's been known to steal a few

Favorite Walk:
he likes being at home

Best Tricks:
talking, telling you you're in his spot on the couch

Arrival Story:
Zane was facing euthanasia when I rescued him, but I took him home from the vet clinic I work at. He has a condition called spondylosis, but a prescription diet is helping this condition. I am so happy to have Zane in our family, and I love him very much.

My Dogster Accomplishments: Diary of the Day - October 4, 2012; Daily Diary Pick - February 22, 2013; RBAB St. Patrick's Day Photo Contest Winner - March 17, 2014

Forums Motto:
I Miss You *2005-2013*

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Scruffy is very sick

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 13th 2012 More than 5 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Messages From This Side of the Bridge

Thank you Dogster Headquarters

February 13th 2014 7:10 pm
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My mom just spent the day 2 days ago mourning me on my Bridge Day. She was also mourning because she would be losing my page and my friends due to the foreboding shut down of Dogster. Dogster has been a huge source of support for my mom. The news was unbearable. But now, headquarters has announced that they will work to keep our community going. This may be a business conundrum for you, but for me, it is a gift. I want to thank you, Headquarters, for listening to the broken hearts of the community you built. Thank you for giving us a home. Thank you for allowing us to have memorials for the souls who shared our lives and then were suddenly gone. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to keep our friendships. Thank you sincerely, Headquarters.


Rainbow Bridge Day remembered

February 11th 2014 6:55 pm
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This may very well be my last diary entry. With the end of Dogster, it has become just unbearable to come here and feel happy. Today is my Rainbow Bridge Anniersary. One year ago, my mom put a leash on me, drove me to the clinic, tried to talk herself out of what she was about to do, and hugged me dearly as the doctor gave me the shot. She cried. And a piece of her died with me that day. Mom has been heartbroken all day. It has been incredibly difficult. And this will be the last time my friends can come together for support. It is a whole new reason to mourn all over again. I have amazing friends here, and my heart is so heavy. Thank you to everyone who remembered me today. I love you with all my heart.



My first birthday at the Bridge

January 12th 2014 9:41 am
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Yesterday was my birthday. It was the first one at the Bridge, and mom was not with me. She remembered how happy she was last year that I made it to my 8th birthday because I was so sick. She bought me a lined red coat because I had lost alot of muscle mass and I was always cold and shivering, and a red squeaky ball. I loved the sound of squeaky toys. I just sat there biting down so I could here it. Well, this year mom had to run human errands, like grocery shopping. She had to go to Petco to buy Mortimer his food, and she was so sad that she wasn't getting anything for me. She really had to hurry out, I was sad that she was so sad. When she got home, she saw all the wondeful gifts that her doggie and kitty friends had left on my page. She had pawmails and special pictures for me, and it was a day for feasting and sharing hot cocoa with friends on dogster, so I got lots of hot cocoa to enjoy, too. Mom was so happy to see the love and caring from my wonderful friends. I just want to thank all the parents who took the time out of their day to give and help my mom through this difficult day. I love you all.

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