SUGAR DANIELLE


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Picture of SUGAR DANIELLE, a female Labrador Retriever

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"On the wings of a snow white dove, He sends His pure sweet love, A sign from above (11-21-08)"

Home:Belton, Mo  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 19 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

The gentle breeze of love whispers to us (11-21-08)

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"The gentle breeze of love whispers to us (11-21-08)"

On my way to the promised land!

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"On my way to the promised land!"

2 months old

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"2 months old"

Daddy

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"Daddy's Star (now shining from above 11-21-08)"

Watching over the back yard.

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"Watching over the back yard."

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Watching the front yard.

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"Watching the front yard."

"This is our beautiful portrait by Mickey (critter-alley.com). It

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""This is our beautiful portrait by Mickey (critter-alley.com). It's us 3 girls and Rebel. Rebel was the love of my daughter's life for 13 years.""

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The family of Charlie, Abbie, Teddy, Maggie, Sam and more!
 

Nicknames:
THE "GODMOTHER", THE QUEEN "B"

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

Badges:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

Birthday:
November 10th 1995

Likes:
FOOD. THEN MORE FOOD. AND FOR DESSERT? YOU GUESSED IT, MORE FOOD!

Pet-Peeves:
NOT "OBEYING" HER

Favorite Toy:
SQUIRRELS

Favorite Food:
THE "NEVER-ENDING" BUFFET

Favorite Walk:
TO THE PASTURE, DOWN THE ROAD AT THE LAKE

Best Tricks:
TRAINING PEOPLE

Arrival Story:
MY DAUGHTER AND HER FRIEND PICKED 2 PUPPIES UP OFF THE HIGHWAY WHERE THEY SEEM TO HAVE BEEM DUMPED. THEY WERE BARELY OLD ENOUGH TO EAT SOLIDS. HER FRIEND TOOK ONE, AND SHE TOOK THE OTHER.

Bio:
SHE HAS BEEN A MAIN PART OF OUR LIFE FOR 11 YEARS. SHE HAS TRAINED US, AND MANY, MANY OTHERS. THE OTHER DOGS RESPECT HER WISHES, AND SHE RULES AS THE "GODMOTHER".

Forums Motto:
On the Wings of a Dove, Pure Sweet Love

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Angels

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 23rd 2006 More than 8 years!

I Was In The:
Dogster's 2006 Holiday Picture Party!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
318500

for 3026 days


Meet my family
PRECIOUS
MICHELLE
SPECIAL DAWNSisters 3

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Sweet as Sugar


until we meet again

November 21st 2009 5:05 am
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We had to let you go a year ago today, but you will never be gone. You may be gone from this earth, but never from our hearts and family. Most of my memories of you are happy and funny, but today all I can remember are those pleading eyes. The eyes that said “Please mom, I have had enough. Please don’t make me suffer.” You went with grace and dignity. You did not whine or whimper, but just pleaded with those big brown eyes, and laid your head in my arms. I cry as I write this, yet I am happy that you must be running, and jumping, and playing, at the bridge. I’m sending my love until we meet again…….

 

Happy Birthday Sweet Angel

November 10th 2009 8:40 am
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Happy Birthday to my sweet Sugar Danielle. It doesn’t seem right that we spend this birthday apart, after celebrating 12 of them together. You came to us at 6 or 7 weeks old, and made our lives so much better for it. We will still celebrate the day of your birth, just in a different way. You have been gone from us just shy of a year, and I still look for you in front of the door. On one hand it seems you were just here yesterday, and on the other hand it seems I have not seen you in a lifetime. Just know that you were, and are, loved as a main part of our family.

 

Adopt 09 Contest

May 8th 2009 8:30 pm
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My daughter found Sugar on a busy highway in Arkansas. She stopped, took Sugar off the highway, and waited for someone to come looking for her. It did not happen. We believe the little ball of white fluff was sent to us to squash that evil demon we know as depression. We had lost our German Shepard just one month earlier, and were still coping with that. I had fought depression the prior 2 or 3 years, and my husband was lost without Rebel. My daughter thought life was over when she lost him. I had demanded that no more dogs be brought home, I just couldn’t take losing another one. Well, that was plain selfish.

Sugar came with an attitude that would melt your heart in the first 30 seconds, and let you know who was in charge with the next 30 seconds! My heart problems were very evident at that time, and when I was having a spell, she would not leave my lap, not even for food. When I was feeling well, she was bouncing, and running, and playing “come fetch me”. She was so slick and fast, that she could escape anything in a blink. We would chase her, with her looking back the whole time, to make sure we were still on track. Then she would stop and wait on us to catch up. Just as you would reach for her, I swear she would smile, and bolt like lightning! It was her favorite game, and our best exercise!

She lived through 10 grandchildren. That, in itself, is a feat. She was very patient with the new dogs as they came along, but never missed an opportunity to let them know who she was. By this time, she was nicknamed “The Godmother”. She never nipped at anyone or anything, just gave the newbie dogs a stern talking to if they invaded her space against her wishes. The others always followed her lead, whether it be what and when to eat, or when to bark at strangers, or when to go to bed. She was always the leader.

When her final days came, she was still the leader. You could read in her eyes what she was feeling, and I knew when she told me it was time to say good-bye. We spent one more night together, both of us awake every second, trying to get everything said, and also silently enjoying the cold, quiet night. She insisted we sit in her favorite spot outside and watch the stars. I wonder, did she see God? Did she see angels? The next morning my husband carried her to the car where my daughter had made a bed. We very carefully took her through the doors to the vet for one last visit. I held her in my arms as she took her final breath, and I swear to you, she smiled. She smiled just like she did when she played “come fetch me”. She smiled as she won the final game.

Our family will never be the same, Our home will never be the same. I think as I go through these heart problems again, that she is here with me. I can almost feel her. Almost…

 
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