Great Pyrenees
Picture of Angel, a female Great Pyrenees

Photo Comments

Home:Fort Pierce, FL  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

   Leave a bone for Angel

Angel girl, Sweet girl

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:

June 7th 2002

Her pups, her "Beau", her family

Beau grabbing her tail and running in the other direction.

Favorite Toy:

Favorite Food:
Yogurt, Chicken, Liver and any people food that the grandchildren might slip her.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere she will receive lots of attention.

Best Tricks:
She's not big on "tricks" but loves to lay that big, beautiful head on my hand to keep me away from the keyboard.

Arrival Story:
My husband and daughter surprised me with this beautiful girl for Christmas.

We sadly lost our girl Nov. 7, 2004 as a result of hurricane damage to our property's fenceline.

The Groups I'm In:
.: Princess Pooches:.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
June 13th 2004 More than 12 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family

Meet my Pup Pals
See all my Pup Pals
See all my Pup Pals

We've lost our girl

We've lost our girl

April 17th 2005 4:19 am
[ Leave A Comment ]

Hurricanes Frances, Ivan and Jeanne took an unexpected toll on our household. The damages to the house and landscaping can and is being repaired. The loss of our Angel Girl on Nov.7th is something we can not repair so easily.

Angel and Beau found a small break in the feneline, caused by a 30 yr. old tree, downed by the storms. There was a limb, no more than perhaps " in diameter lying on a section of fence, taking it to the ground, hidden behind the heavy foilage. They went out that evening and after 10 minutes in the dark, had found the opening. Both left, Beau came home when called, Angel never did. After contacting everyone in creation to help look for her (Fire dept., 911 dispatechers, Pyr rescue, emergency vets, Boy Scouts, human socities, sheriff's dept., animal control officers and all vets once they opened) within 4 counties I posted about 250 full color flyers. After 3 days of fruitlessly searching the woods and every street for miles around, knocking on strangers doors...I received a call.

Our beautiful girl, 90 pounds of "glow in the dark" shiny white dog was struck and killed by a hit and run driver the evening they got out. She was found the following morning and disposed of down a canal embankment by the person who found her.

Since I received the call at dusk and it was impossible to reach her at night, I spent the evening in a flood of fresh tears. She was brought home to me and laid to rest in her own back yard the following day by some wonderfully caring folks.

Two weeks later, the animal control officer called to check on me. It seems that Angel may still be out there somewhere. The dog brought home was not wearing a collar. Angel had hers on with all her tags (Avid chip tag, rabies tag, owner information tag). Angel's collar would not have pulled or slipped off as it was loose enough for comfort, but would not slide over her head and ears. Now I have to wonder, did we lose her and not find her in the woods? Did someone take her in and decide to keep her?

It's been 5 months now and still no sign of my girl. I still drive up and down the side streets looking for her and watch for her everytime I'm in the van, no matter how far from home we are.

Perhaps it would have been kinder to keep the belief that she was at rest in her own back yard. I guess I'll never know what happened to her. I keep the thought that some loving person found her and has her in their home, loving and spoiling her every minute of the day.

I have still not gotten over (and probably never WILL) the guilt I feel at letting Angel & Beau out into an unsecured yard. The hurricanes just seem to keep on taking...

See all diary entries for Angel