Arrival Story: I lost my soul dog, Tinsleigh, at 2 years of age and thought I would never get another dog--ever. I didn't want to go through that pain again. My husband insisted that we get Winston. I honestly believe he is an angel that was sent to me to help me recover from Tinsleigh.
Bio: My husband and I love Winston more than life itself. He and Hartford are our babies.
Even though mom has been too lazy to post my ramblings lately, we want you to know that we have never, ever forgotten any one of our pals. Mom does appeal to my begging every couple weeks and logs on to check on our pals. We have met so many wonderful pups and peeps through Dogster, many of whom will be friends for life. We have cried over our pals who have gone to The Bridge, cried like they were part of our our pack/family and I guess they really were. Not only have we cried, but we've laughed so hard while reading diary entries that coffee, or some other form of liquid, spit out of our nose. The love we feel for our pals on Dogster runs deep and that will remain so. Hopefully, the decision to shut Dogster down will be reversed and we'll be able to continue keeping up with our pals. If not, mom is on the Book of Faces; please message us if you need to know how to find her there.
This is not over, but for now,
Over and Out,
Her name is Dot. She's my furmom Abby's grandaughter and her mom is my furbro Hartie's littermate. I've been having to serve as referee because Dot and Hartie like to tussle a little too much! Mom set up her Dogster page today, but hasn't been on Dogster for so long that she forgot how to include a hyperlink. Anyway you can find her from my page.