Sasha - In loving memory


Siberian Husky
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Home:Topeka, KS  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
Sasha girl, Sweet girl, My girl, Sweetie, Mamma's girl, Sasha Sue

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

Badges:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Likes:
She really loves going for rides. Even a short trip will work for her.

Pet-Peeves:
She gets very jealous when I pay attention to any other dog. She gets right up in my face so I'll make sure I see her. She is not fond of water at all. I took her to the lake once. All she did was stand frozen like she was afraid to move.

Favorite Toy:
She doesn't like toys.

Favorite Food:
She's likes pretty much anything I give her. Especially if it's people food.

Favorite Walk:
She loves to walk anywhere.

Best Tricks:
She loves to sing and say "woo woo"! All I have to do is say "Sasha speak!" and she'll tell me what she thinks. Even if I don't ask her she'll tell me.

Arrival Story:
I first saw Sasha wondering along the side of the highway. I stopped to see if she was hurt. The poor girl was exhausted but came running to me when I called her. I found a lost husky ad in the paper maybe a week after I found her. It said she was lost in the vicinity of where I found her. I was pretty bummed because she was such a sweet girl and I'd been wanting a husky but I figured someone was missing her. I called the number that was listed in the paper but the man that answered was really rude saying he didn't know what I was talking about and hung up on me. I assumed that he did but he didn't want the dog back or she belonged to someone in his family and he didn't want them to have her back. I still felt bad for whoever had her but I didn't want to let her go. She's been a great girl for me and I can't imagine not having her.

Bio:
Whenever we go to the Bark Park, Sasha prances around like she owns the place. It is quite entertaining. She has a lot of bark but not much bite. She is a character.

Forums Motto:
Sasha - I'm a good girl

The Groups I'm In:
☆ Huskies Beh@ving B@dly ☆, ♥~Husky ♥ers 4~Ever~♥, HUSKIES "R" US, Huskies Unite!, Husky Heaven, I love my Siberian Husky!!, Siberian huskies, Siberian Husky Lovers, Siberians Fur Ever, Siberians United Against the Uneducated Public, Topeka Hill's Bark Park


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I still can't believe my Sasha is gone


Thinking about how much I miss my girl...

May 29th 2010 7:44 am
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It's been about a month since we had to put Sasha down. It was one of the hardest decisions I had to make. She had been sick for awhile so it that made it slightly easier. We found out she had a large mass in her abdomen that was growing rapidly a few months prior. The vet couldn't see exactly what it was due to everything being enlarged on her x-ray. The only thing they thought was cancer. She rapidly started to not feel good. We put her on pain medication and tried to make her as comfortable as possible. She couldn't hold her bladder anymore and we didn't want to put her through giving her a bath everyday to have her inside so we ended up using a queen mattress as her bed in the garage. We put her on pain medication to help but it just wasn't enough. She had her good and bad days. The first night where her legs kept falling out from under her was the first day I seriously thought about putting her down. I felt like I was playing God and didn't want to have to make that decision but I knew I had to do what was best for her. She had days like that and then have a really good next day or several good days. She started getting to where she would only want people food and wouldn't even think to touch her dog food. I figured she wasn't going to be around much longer so I fed her what she wanted including treats. That was about the only thing that made her happy her last week or two. The day we finally made our decision was the day we took her over to visit my Mom when several other family memebers were there. All she did was just lay there. She wouldn't lift her head up when someone was talking to her or petting her, she wouldn't wag her tail, she wouldn't hardly do anything. She loved people and loved my family so this was really hard to see. I know we made the right decision but sometimes I think maybe we should've waited a little longer. We took her that evening to the vet. She loved people food with a passion and got it every so often. We took her to McDonalds the day we had to let her go and got her a cheeseburger for her last meal. It took her about 3 seconds to gobble it up. I will always miss her. There will never be another girl quite like her. She was very special. I hope to see her once again.

 
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