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Leave a bone for RIP Victoria & Peanut '96-'11
Dogster stats for RIP Victoria & Peanut '96-'11
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Treats, rides in the car and snuggling
Strangers, loud noises, thunderstorms, slippery floors and other critters in their territory!
Raquetball, frisbee and chew bone
On the beach
Peanut likes to "go find" things, Victoria is great with the frisbee!
Our Mom had wanted a Toy Fox Terrier ever since she was a little girl. But her first dog was a Pug named Tasha who came to our Mom from some friends who decided that three Pugs in the house was one too many. All that snoring! After a long happy life Tasha went to Rainbow Bridge and Mom took it really hard. Eventually a few months later Mom saw an ad for a Keeshond who lived nearby and needed a new home. Mom took Fanna home right away when she discovered Fanna's previous owner believed in disposable pets! Fanna went to Rainbow Bridge to be with Tasha after a long and happy life (we call them our Big Sisters) and once again our Mom was heartbroken. She was sure she wasn't up to bringing home another pup right away. Her big mistake a couple of days later was reading the pet column of the local paper and there we were, one town away! So Mom came to see us, thinking she might take one of us home, but ended up with both of us because we were just so darn tiny, cute and irresistable!
***Our Victoria, our beautiful Queen, left us the evening of 12 December 2011 to join her sister Peanut at Rainbow Bridge. Her passing was sudden and took us by surprise, but was to be expected at some point due to her recent diagnosis of congestive heart failure.
We are grateful we were with her at the end and that in her last weekend with us she was able to enjoy a nice walk on the beach and put up with having her final Christmas picture taken.***
***Our precious, courageous little Pea left us for Rainbow Bridge in the early morning hours of 3 January 2011. She died peacefully of congestive heart failure. Despite many health issues over the years she was always a happy, brave little dog who loved her rides in the car and walks on the beach. We miss her terribly but are comforted by the fact that she waited for us for six whole days while we visited family in Florida for the holidays, rallied for us upon our return, and spent another two whole days with us before she passed. What a gift she gave us. It doesn't get much better than that.***
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|June 26th 2004
||More than 10 years!
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