Lloyd lovingly remembered


Jack Russell Terrier
Picture of Lloyd lovingly remembered, a male Jack Russell Terrier

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Home:New Forest, United Kingdom  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male

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Nicknames:
Jaws when he was a pup as he bit fingers toes whatever he could chew

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

Quick Bio:
-purebred

Birthday:
April 1st 1981

Likes:
walkies in the forest

Pet-Peeves:
Any water

Favorite Toy:
squeeky toy

Favorite Food:
Chicken

Favorite Walk:
the New Forest

Best Tricks:
dancing

Arrival Story:
When I was a kid, I so wanted a dog, but I lived with My Nan and Granddad and Mum, who thought it was too expensive, so I looked after other peoples dogs, and just always loved dogs, I would leave parks to play with woofers, I always watched all the dog films, my folks got me a beautiful and very clever budgie called sunny, who actually played weebles and went down the slide and floated in my bath on the weeble boat, he was trying to be a dog bless him. And then I had my cat Tinker who also would fetch balls made os silver kit kat wrappers and play football with them with me, so they were the best of pets and I loved them dearly. But I so wanted a dog as well. I always said if I had a dog just having him would be enough and every Xmas and Birthday him being there could be my present, and I meant it and I still feel the same. So anyway my neighbour let me go with him when he picked up this Jack Russell puppy, and I looked after him a bit because my neighbour had a toddler and a new born babe, and Lloyd bless him was a bit of a handful, they called him jaws because he thought humans were edible, apart from me. One day my neighbour said to my Nan "I can't keep lloyd it's to much with the Babe do you want him for Mandy", and that day all my dreams came true and I was the happiest of little girls, I had my fellow adventurer.

Bio:
Lloyd gave me 15 happy years, we went picking black berries for my Nan, and he loved to jump things, he hated the water but we would run through the woods and jump fallen tree's and jump the little streams, he loved to run with me and helped me when I was training for the school cross country team. I was very shy and bullied at school, and he would be there waiting for me, and it just made my day, I longed for the bell to ring and to be out running with him. He wasn't very well trained, he barked for food constantly, he thought starting a fight with a dog as big as a horse was wise, and he thought fetch meant he took the ball farther away and I should go get it. Bless his cotton socks. He only respected my cat Tinkey who bossed him around alas, but he gave me so much love, and I can't wait to see him again when I go to Rainbow Bridge, I hope he and my Budgie Sunny, Shilo my adorable rabbit and Tinkey and Mum's Sky and Charlie are all playing happily with my Nan and Granddad watching over then and spoiling then rotten if I know them. When Lloyd left fro rainbow bridge I was just heart broken and vowed never to have another dog. But two years I saw Hooch at a rescue centre, and he looked so sad, and went through the checks and took him home, it's the best descision I ever made, I read this poem someone else posted on the site and it's so true, I know LLoyd would feel that way and be glad That Hooch has a home. The Legacy Author Unknown When humans die, they make a will To leave their homes and all they have to those they love. I, too, would make a will if I could write. To some poor wistful, lonely stray I leave my happy home, My dish, my cosy bed, my cushioned chair, my toy. The well loved lap, the gentle stroking hand, the loving voice, The place I made in someone's heart, The love that at the last could help me to a peaceful painless end Held in loving arms. If I should die, Oh do not say, "No more a pet I'll have, to grieve me by it's loss" Seek out some lonely, unloved dog And give my place to him. This is the legacy I leave behind - 'tis all I have to give.

Forums Motto:
naughty but adoreable and so loved

The Groups I'm In:
Border Collie UK, British Border Collies, Cesar's Dogster Pack, jacks fan club

The Last Forum I Posted In:
anyone in the UK on Hills j/d and know a cheaper way to g

I've Been On Dogster Since:
October 12th 2005 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
204595


Meet my family
Hooch Turner
RIP my sweet
bab
Charlie tel
01980 629634
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The Legacy


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February 8th 2008 1:12 am
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My prayers go to you in this time....

Dog's are GOD's creatures (spelled backwards) and he gives them to us for a time and when it's time he takes them back - but while they are on earth, they capture love so tight - no other can copy...

 

time to say goodbye poem

January 31st 2008 3:32 am
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If it should be that I grow weak,

And pain should keep me from my sleep,

Then you must do what must be done,

For this last battle can't be won.



You will be sad I understand,

Don't let your grief control your hand,

For this day more than all the rest,

Your love for me must stand the test.



We've had so many happy years,

What is to come can hold no fears,

You'd not want me to suffer so,

The time has come, please let me go.



Take me where my needs they'll tend,

And please stay with me until the end,

Hold me firm & speak to me,

Until my eyes no longer see.



I know in time that you will see,

The kindness that you do for me,

Although my tail its last has waved,

From pain and suffering I've been saved.



Please do not grieve it must be you,

Who has this painful thing to do,

We've been so close for all these years,

Don't let your heart hold back your tears.

 

The legacy

October 12th 2005 1:11 pm
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The Legacy

Author Unknown

When humans die, they make a will
To leave their homes and all they have
to those they love.
I, too, would make a will if I could write.

To some poor wistful, lonely stray
I leave my happy home,
My dish, my cosy bed, my cushioned chair, my toy.
The well loved lap, the gentle stroking hand,
the loving voice,
The place I made in someone's heart,
The love that at the last could help me to
a peaceful painless end
Held in loving arms.

If I should die, Oh do not say,
"No more a pet I'll have,
to grieve me by it's loss"
Seek out some lonely, unloved dog
And give my place to him.
This is the legacy I leave behind -
'tis all I have to give.

 
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