Timbersky's Once Bitten

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Indiana Jones and Indy

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Quick Bio:

July 4th 1996

Cuddling with his People and playing catch in the morning

Dogs that think they are tougher than he is and pesky cats

Favorite Toy:
anything soft and squeaky that he can catch

Favorite Food:
chicken ( he doesn't get people food very often)

Favorite Walk:
with his people in the mountains

Best Tricks:
Saying please and talking with us

Arrival Story:
We found a breeder in South Dakota after our first Akita died. We knew Indy was meant to be ours. He was born the day my Grandmother passed away. In our family it seems our pets go with our family members. Today we let another family member care for our beloved Indy. My Mother left us for a painless place on July 26th, 2004 and on this day January 4th, 2005, Indy went to the same painfree place to run and play, and hold my mother's hand.

Though we only had Indy in our family for 8 years, he was the ultimate Akita. Loyal, loving and Gorgeous. He continued the tradition of leaving to be with a beloved family member.....My Mother.

Forums Motto:
Indiana Jones-

The Groups I'm In:
"Rimadyl" Victims, Akitas and Friends, Dogster Guardian Angels

I've Been On Dogster Since:
June 22nd 2004 More than 12 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Mountain Bear

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I will be forever loved

Forever Loved

January 7th 2005 3:56 pm
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On January 4, 2005, Indy lost a battle no one knew he was fighting. For the love of our Timbersky's Once Bitten, I will forever feel his paw in my hand and his look in my heart. He was devoted to his family and played with us up to the very end. We lost the most gentle of all the gentle giants to a cancer that did not destroy his heart. He held the look of love in his eyes as we told him goodbye. I wish our love could have helped to take away the pain. Now he walks at my mother's side.......for all eternity.
We will miss you always.

Your loving family....

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