Daisy~The Angel By My Side~


Border Collie/German Shepherd
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Home:Waynesville, Ohio, OH  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
Hi! My name is Daisy but if you came to visit me you would never know it. My mommy calls me Daisy Dog, Puppy, Angel Dog, Cutie, Lazy Daisy, Girl, Doodle Dog, Daisy Muddy Paws, Daisy Do, and Crazy Daisy

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
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 Intelligence 
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 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
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Quick Bio:
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Gotcha Date:
August 4th 2006

Birthday:
May 25th 2006

Likes:
Daisy was one of those dogs who just enjoyed life, but these were a few of her favorite things. Me, playing fetch, hip & belly rubs, other animals, taking walks, little kids and ponies, & doing her tricks, oh yes, and did I mention playing fetch?

Pet-Peeves:
Few things bothered Daisy but she was really annoyed by people who ignore her and when she couldnt have her OWN way and play with or do anything her spoiled little heart desired.

Favorite Toy:
ANYTHING! Golf balls were her favorite but she liked tires, sticks, rocks, her sqeaky football, her blue ball and her green one & her purple bone.

Favorite Food:
Chicken and Milk bones. Daisy liked any people food too. Spoiled doggie:)

Favorite Walk:
Averywhere I went. She also loved the dog park where she could meet new friends.

Best Tricks:
Sit, stay, lay down, come, shake, which one ,up, look, jump, under, crawl, fetch, drop,no, wait, open, off, over, speak, heel, stand, & go, roll over and many more. You name, she did it.

Arrival Story:
After we got rid of our first dog due to aggression issues I was heartbroken and longing for another dog. After about one year our friends dog had puppies and they knew that we wanted a dog so they called us and said that they had 6 week old puppies and they asked us if we wanted one. When we went to go pick up Daisy the next day, she was hiding under their car. It was love at first sight. My brothers and sister and took turns holding her on the way home but after the novelty of a new dog wore off no one really wanted the responsibility of taking care of her-no one except me. So Daisy was my dog and I was her person. She was my life and my companion...she was there for me when I needed her. She was the dog of my growing-up years and she set the standards for all other dogs to come. ~For Daisy~ All you want is love. You are always there for me when I need you. You mourn with me in hard times... And rejoice with me when I am happy. I whisper to you my deepest secrets and you never tell a soul. You would die for me before you would betray me From you I learn the meaning of Love, Patience, and Responsibility you are my best friend and.... When you die you will be greatly missed and loved but never forgotten and.... You will always no matter what hold a special place in my heart and be MY LITTLE ANGEL ~By Daisy's Mommy~

Bio:
Daisy was an extremely sweet, loyal, calm, gentle, and affectionate little girl. Everyone who knew Daisy loved her. She was sweet and laid back but knew how to play and have fun. She got along well with ponies, other dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, and all people including small children. She was very smart; almost too smart for her own good. We had a large fenced in area for Daisy outside and she figured out how to open one of the gates and go visit her neighborhood friends. We also won ribbons and trophys at the dog show. She would do anything or stop anything she is doing to play fetch. She was very patient and gentle with children and small animals. On Jan. 19, 09, 4 days before my birthday, Daisy disapeared. It was a hard and difficult time, filled with tears and grief. I have no idea what happened to her. The pain and loss is now gone, there is only a dull emptiness that will never go away. Now I remember only the good times we had and the memories we share. She was truly the BEST dog EVER. I miss you Daisy!!! You were the sunshine of my life!

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December 29th 2007 More than 6 years!

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I Remember


February 2nd 2010 1:36 pm
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Tuesday the 19th of January 2010 was exactly one year since my little girl disappeared. For a long time after I waited for things to get “back to normal,” but now I know that things never do and never will. There is a “new normal.” Things just are never the same after a tragedy. You get used to life without a loved one but it is very different. Now instead of tears and sadness I can look back on my few years with Daisy and smile at her memories but I still miss her as much as I ever did. I know if Daisy could tell me something this is what she would say:
Think of with smiles and laughter
For that is how I will remember you all
If you can only remember me with tears
Then don’t remember me at all
Time slips away with each passing day
So don’t throw it away
Live and love life
Give all you can and
Someday I’ll see you again.

I love you sweet Daisy!

~by G~

 

I rember when....You were here.

June 5th 2009 6:13 am
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As I sit in those moments of quiet,
When sadness invades me,
I know that yesterday,
You were here.

Now you are away from us,
Not knowing your future,
Or when you'll come home, but yesterday,
You were here.

It has now been a week,
A week since you last were in the house,
An entire week since Fate carried you away,
To the place where we did not know your future,
But just last week,
You were here.

Another day passes;
a week ago, you were still with us,
We do not know your future
But we could still hope, and,
You were here.

More days pass,;
A week ago you left us,
I can’t even remember if I told you I loved you
But for a few hours of that day,
You were here.

Sadness invades again,
As I know that once those hours pass,
I can no longer look back,
Over the span of a familiar week's time,
To find that comforting point when,
You were here.

More time will pass;
Sadness will not so much invade as menace,
And I will mark the days,
Saying things like,
"last month, last summer, last Halloween, last year,"
You were here.

I dread that day,
One year from now,
That first marking of the time,
That your presence was no longer with us;
Though we will never forget you,
Your tangible memory fades,
The feel of your fur, your head, your back, your weight against us,
The smell and sounds of you when,
You were here.

The emptiness is beginning to fade,
To change into another reality,
One with you still playing a part,
But a role of ethereal presence rather than physical comfort we crave;
Your memory, your spirit, your essence and counsel,
Dwell with us, but this feeling is not the same as when,
You were here.

 

Dont Grieve to Long

June 5th 2009 6:10 am
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Dear mommy,
Don't grieve too long, for now I'm free.
I've followed the path God has set for me.
I ran to Him when I heard His Call.
I swished my tail and left it all.
I could not stay another day,
To bark, to love, to romp or play.
Games left unplanned must stay that way.
I found such peace, it made my day.
My parting has left you with a void.
Please fill it with remembered joy,
A friendship shared, your laugh, a kiss.
Oh yes, these things I too shall miss.
Be not burdened with times of sorrow.
I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow.
My life has been full, you've given so much,
Your time, your love and gentle touch.
Perhaps my time seemed all too brief.
Don't lengthen it now with undue grief.
Lift up your head and share with me,
God wanted me, He set me free!

 
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