Lydia Rose 1999-2006

German Shepherd/Rottweiler
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Home:South Beach, OR  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

October 4th 1999

walks on the beach, belly rubs

calling any other dog "puppy", having my nails trimmed

Favorite Toy:
nigel the cat

Favorite Food:
doggie jerky treats

Favorite Walk:
on the beach and in the woods

Best Tricks:
playing soccer with Hannah's tennis ball

Arrival Story:
She was found on a cold January day roaming the streets. She was only a 3month old puppy...probably a Christmas present that someone got tired of. My nephew and his friends brought her home and my sister who had 2 dogs talked me into taking her (for which I am extreemly thankful).

Lydia Rose died July 7th of lymphatic sarcoma. She is greatly missed.

Forums Motto:
Soccer Queen

The Groups I'm In:
***I"M*A*MUTT*&*PROUD*OF*IT***, DAWGS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN!, Rotties Rule, Dog Eared Book Club

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Hurt Dog

I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 5th 2006 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Hannah 1995 -
Thalia RoseMr. NigelSybil Marie
Stella Maris
2006 -2009
Eudora Rose

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Lydia Rose 1999-2006


February 5th 2007 8:21 am
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Lord God,
to those who have never had a pet
this prayer will sound strange,
but to You, Lord of all life and Creator of all creatures,
it will be understandable.
My heart is heavy
as I face the loss in death of my beloved_________
who was such a part of my life.

This pet made my life more enjoyable
and gave me cause to laugh
and to find joy in his/her company.
I remember the fidelity and loyalty of this pet
and will miss her/his being with me.
From His/her I learned many lessons
such as the quality of naturalness
and the unembarrassed request for affection.
In caring for her/his daily needs,
I was taken out of my own self needs
and thus learned to service another.

May the death of this creature of Yours
remind me that death comes to all of us,
animal and human,
and that it is the natural passage for all life.
May _______sleep on
in an eternal slumber in Your godly care
as all creation awaits the fullness of liberation.

by Edward Hayes



August 31st 2006 3:39 pm
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An Epitaph by Lord Byron (1788-1824)

Near this spot are the remains of one
Who possessed beauty without vanity,
Strength without insolence
Courage without ferocity
And all the virtues of man without his vices

This praise, which would be unmeaning flattery
If inscribed over human ashes,
Is but a tribute to the memory of
Boatswain, a dog.



August 21st 2006 11:42 am
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God of power and mercy, you hold the universe in your hands
and all that breathes has life from you.
We commend to you this (dog) *
whose faith is known to you
and whose heart's prayers you have heard in life.
We give honor to her body
which was marvelously made,
to all the relationships that held her,
and to those who will mourn her.
We trust that all those whom you have created
will never be lost to you.
God whose names are many,
whose mystery is vast,
and whose love endures for ever. Amen.

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