Weazy -In Loving Memory Always

Miniature Schnauzer/Dachshund
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Home:Guyton, GA  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Pup-pup, Poopy Dog, Puppy-Uppy, Weazer, Weazer-Squeezer, Weazy Pup

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
August 6th 2005

To play ball, squeaky toys, running in the yard, getting my belly rubbed, attacking the cat.

Being ignored, being alone, baths, children coming towards me without warning.

Favorite Toy:
Bouncy balls!

Favorite Food:
Whatever people eat and cat food. Puppy chow was a no-go, but I do eat the adult dog food now.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere and everywhere! As long as I'm going, I don't care!

Best Tricks:
I can sit, lay, roll over, high five, and shake.

Arrival Story:
My aunt owned her parents - mother is a miniature schnauzer and her father is a dachshund - and left them in the care of my cousin. She did not want them to breed, as she had planned for a litter of purebred miniature schnauzers. Well, my cousin became glued to the TV, and when she finally broke away, it was too late. The litter was a total of 6 puppies, and after the puppies were weined, my aunt decided to give them away. I was already in love with Weazy's momma, so I begged and begged my husband for a puppy! He finally gave in after seeing pictures of them. When Weazy was about 8 weeks old, my mom brought her to my house on her (already scheduled) trip. She was so small that when I got home, I didn't even see her in the pocket of my mom's overnight bag! She's been my pup-pup ever since.

On June 24, 2007, Weazy was crossing the road coming back to our yard, when she was hit by a passing car, and she died instantly. My heart was broken beyond belief! Words cannot even describe the void I feel. I don't wish that kind of pain upon anyone! She will never be forgotten, that's for sure. She lived alot in her nearly 2 years on Earth. Weazy was a wonderful pet. She was a great guard dog and she got along well with other dogs at daycare. She wasn't a real big fan of children, though; she growled and hid behind my legs when they're around. She loved to chase birds and squirrels in the yard. She'd run those silly squirrels right up those trees! She also loved to ride in the car and look out the window, and to nap in her doggie car seat. And she could play ball until she just about collapsed from being so tired! We usually had atleast two balls going at once to keep up with her. I miss that baby and think about her all the time.

Forums Motto:
I wanna play!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
My Beautiful Milly

Gone but Never Forgotten <3:

Mommy loves Weazy:

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 17th 2007 More than 10 years!

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Kitta - Angel
Greta GraceRoudyBug Bug

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Thank you!

December 27th 2011 9:53 am
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Thanks to every pup fur sendin' us holiday greetins and pressies!! You pups (and kittehs) are da bestest pals we could ever ask fur.


3 Years

June 24th 2010 10:35 am
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Weazy's mom here. I can't believe three years have passed since you left me so suddenly that hot afternoon. I've learned to forgive myself for what happened and relish the many, many memories we made together. You lived so much in your short time here with me, and you made so many people smile. Just remembering that alone makes me smile again. Your half-brother Roudy is alot like you, but not dominate like you. He's very docile. You could easily boss him around and he would probably let you and like it, too. He's silly like you were, too. He likes to play, just like you always did. Having him here has really helped. Greta has been a big help, too; she is so different than you were, though. And you were my first dog in I don't know how many years - since I was a child. It had easily been 10 years since I'd last had a dog. We were as close as a person and a dog could be, I think, you and I were.

I think about you alot, especially when I see that spot on the road where I found you lying motionless, already gone, and when I see another poor dog lying in the road. The pain of that day comes flooding back, and I know that someone else is about to feel it, too, just as soon as they see their baby lying there, too.

Oh, how I wish so many times that I could redo that whole afternoon. I really wish I could. You'd probably still be right beside me, like always. We'd be that pair.

Rest in peace, sweet girl. You're always in my heart. Love, Mom


National Pet Remembrance Day

September 13th 2009 11:15 am
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I just wanted to give a little shout-out to my Weazy today, but honestly, I don't need a reason. I think of you alot. You'll always be in my heart.

I want to remember other pets (mine and my family's) today that have gone to RB, too:

Po och
Harry, Jr.

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