Favorite Walk: Silky loves to walk around the lake close to the house
Best Tricks: She jumps very high
Arrival Story: I went to meet with a customer on a raining Thursday afternoon and as I got in front of the building, I saw the SPCA volunteer workers walking a few dogs. I saw that little girl, very skinny and obviously ill. She had been severely abused by her previoius owner and was starving. I bent down and picked her up. We looked in each other's eyes and she put her head on my shoulder. .. I went to Dallas to meet with a buyer... and came back home with my soulmate.
Bio: One month after I adopted Silky, I collapsed in my home office. When I came back, I realized I couldn't move my head and asked Silky to get me the phone... After repeating a few times, she zoomed downstairs and grabbed the headphones, dragged to phone up the stairs in my office and brought it to me. I called 911 and 5 minutes later, the paramedics were taking me to the nearest hospital.
I adopted Sheree who was blind senior in Oct. 2004. Silky got very close to Sheree and would rub her muzzle on Sheree's and would guide her around. Silky was a very smart and devoted.
Forums Motto: I'm the cutest Schnoodle at the Bridge!
You crossed to the Rainbow Bridge, so young, only 4 1/2 years old. Even though five years have passed since you left this Earth, I still miss you. I guess I always will. Making the decision of letting you go was the hardest thing I have ever done. I don't regret it though because I love you and I didn't want you to suffer anymore.
There has been hundreds of dogs come in and out of my life and many of them were fantastic and were very special in their own way. Although I was blessed with all of them, none ever replaced you and were as special as you were to me.
Please look after us from "up there" and, when it's my time to cross the Bridge, make sure to be there to greet me and show me around. You were and will be my soulmate angel forever.
It's my birthday today. I would have been 8. Mom told me she thought about me as she opened her eyes this morning. I am happy because she doesn't feel sad today. Usually, she has a hard time thinking of me because, she said, she still misses me so much.
Today, she feels me close to her and she knows I'm there. That makes her feel happy.
My pals at the Bridge are organizing a pawty for me. We will be having juicy, spicy steaks and ribs! Yum! We will play hide and seek with the squirrel. It's gonna be a fun day!
Since it's my birthday today, mom asked me to bark to St. Francis so Tallie, our foster, gets her forever home today. A nice lady will be visiting her today and decide if Tallie will be her forever girl.
...today, you crossed the Rainbow Bridge. I remember crying until it felt like my lungs would collapse and my heart would blow up. The pain was unbearable. I cried for a long time, and when I think of you, talk about you, look at your Dogster page, your photos, my eyes still get foggy.
Three years ago and I still miss you so much, sweet girl. Even though I love your siblings tremendously, none replaced you and ever will. I know you are looking out for us and somehow, you are sending me these furry babies in need.
You were a blessing in my life and I will always be thankful that the Lord allowed me to have one of his little creatures as a soulmate and friend.