Yoda - In Loving Memory

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Home:Charles Town, WV  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Yoda - In Loving Memory

Yoda girl, YoYo, Miss Thang

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:

October 30th 1990

Affection, walks, sleeping

Being "groomed" by Darius, Baths, Trimming toe nails, Thunder

Favorite Toy:
I don't play with toys.

Favorite Food:
Anything that Mom is eating is just fine.

Favorite Walk:
Perdenales Falls State park

Best Tricks:
Who needs tricks when you're my age.

Arrival Story:
Yoda was a stray near St. Mary's University in San Antonio, TX. She would "hang out" at a friends house and would do anything for attention. After a year (and two pregnancies), Yoda was pregnant again and all who knew her began to worry about her health and safety. I was convinced to adopt her (on the condition that some friends would help place her next litter of puppies) so she went home with me that evening. Two months later, Yoda delivered nine beautiful little puppies who all found loving homes. After weaning the puppies Yoda was spayed and she has been with me ever since.

I didn't have very loving parents prior to moving in with my current family in 1992. I have very bad teeth (my doc thinks I was lucky enough to have survived distemper as a puppy) and I had lots of cooties (fleas, ticks, ear mites) when I was adopted into my new family. On top of that I was pregnant and used to living on what I could beg, steal, or find. I knew my way around cars and other moving vehicles and was smart enough to "dive" out of the way when I heard them coming. While I craved attention and just wanted someone to love me I didn't really trust two-legged animals very much. Since I moved in with my adoptive family I've learned to trust people, not to chew Mom's shoes, to stay out of the trash (it isn't a new deli), and that as long as I'm on my leash walking cars won't hurt me because Mom won't let them get me. I've had a really good life and I'm now learning to deal with some issues associated with "old dog" diseases. I'm learning to live with canine cognitive disorder, canine vestibular disorder, and just plain old age. Don't worry about me though because I'm very well loved and have a great family.

Forums Motto:
Gotta love me!!!!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
I am shattered


I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 8th 2007 More than 9 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Meet my family
Darius - At
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The Life of An "Old" Dog

Fun at the Bridge

November 18th 2012 4:19 am
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Its been fun since I came to the Bridge but its more fun now that Darius is here. He's back to being his playful self. We're chasing squirrels again and running around. He still tries to catch me but can't cuz I can make sharper turns than he can. Of course neither of us can keep up with Rhys.

We're sending Momma lots of hugs and kisses every day and she's sharing them with Kea. It seems like both of them miss Darius lots and lots just like they miss me. They just need to realize that we're always there with them. I hope time will help Momma and Kea.


Gonna See My Brother Again

November 15th 2012 7:35 am
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I gotta get things ready for Darius. He's coming to stay with us here at the Rainbow Bridge. I can't wait to see him again. I know that Momma's gonna be real sad but we'll both send her lots and lots of love from here.


Another Woofday

November 1st 2009 4:05 am
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Another woofday gone by. The ones here at the Bridge are so much fun but it still isn't the same as the ones with my mom and my earthly furbings. Mommy's been so sad lately that I'm glad she's had her work to keep her busy. She tries not to let on how much she misses me but I can tell that's why I've been sending her sooo many rainbow hugs and kisses lately. All my friends up here at the Bridge have been helping me and I know its working. Mommy still cries when I get presents from my pals here and she and I want to thank all of you for the cake and all my gifts. I even got a picture to show how much fun I was having so check out my page. Thanks so much to Samantha Angel for the picture.

Woofs, wags & rainbow hugs to all my buddies and their families,


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