Floppy "Floppy Girl Angel"


Lhasa Apso/Wheaten Terrier [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
Picture of Floppy "Floppy Girl Angel", a female Lhasa Apso/Wheaten Terrier

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"At the bridge...watching over my family"

Home:Severn, MD  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female

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I love and miss you mama...happy mothers day!

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"I love and miss you mama...happy mothers day!"

My Floppy girl...giving her best hug

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"My Floppy girl...giving her best hug"

Floppy after her eye surgery

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"Floppy after her eye surgery"

There

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"There's that Floppy smile!"

My best friend and sister, Spirit

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"My best friend and sister, Spirit"

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Nicknames:
Floppers, Floppy Girl, Flops

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Badges:
Rainbow Bridge
Birthday:
April 4th 1993

Likes:
She liked squeaky toys and rawhides

Pet-Peeves:
She didn't like the vacuum cleaner or thunder.

Favorite Toy:
Her favorite toy was her squeaky dragon and squeaky soccer ball

Favorite Food:
Chicken and pupperoni treats

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere I went

Best Tricks:
Floppy didn't really do tricks, but she knew basic commands and was very faithful

Arrival Story:
Floppy was given to me a few months after I lost my fur angel Lady. The first time I saw Floppy was when she got a bath and she was sitting on top of the washing machine.

Bio:
Floppy left for the bridge on April 25, 2004 after losing a short battle with cancer. She was the first dog I owned myself. She taught what it really meant to have a true bond that would never break even after death. She and I did everything together and she never left my side. In 2000, Floppy had a luxated lens which means her retina detached. She developed full blown glaucoma and had surgery to remove her eye. Almost one year later in 2001, she lost her vision in her other eye. We knew it was the same thing. We had surgery immediately, and avoided any possible glaucoma, but she completely lost her eye sight after that. It never stopped Floppy from being a happy pup. She learned her way around the house and got around very well. She was an inspiration. Floppy was very faithful and loyal. She was my Floppy Girl.

Forums Motto:
Living Everyday with a smile

The Groups I'm In:
☞Snoop Dog Beagleys, Rainbow Bridge Angel Babies, Snoop Dogg Beagleys Angels

The Last Forum I Posted In:
I am now the proud owner of a one eyed dog....

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 25th 2008 More than 5 years!

Stars Given In The Past Month:
Harley Davidson
Buddy


Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
776173

for 2723 days


Meet my family
Scooter, PAWS Mrs. Trudy Scooter and
Ozzy's Wedding
T & S Snoop
Spa
Faith *Bridge
Angel*
SpiritBilly

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***Tails of Devotion***


Tail of Devotion

April 25th 2009 6:12 pm
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I'm not sure if I'm going to be able to do this, but I at least want to try. Today is the 5 year anniversary of when Floppy went to the bridge. I still miss you Floppy and when I look back to 5 years ago, I still remember the pain...the loss I felt when you were no longer there.

You were my first dog...I had Sparky and Lady...but you were the first one I actually owned and took care of by myself. I will never forget the first time I saw you...on top of a washing machine after your first bath.

I learned so much with you...we had a connection...a devotion and loyalty to each other. There's nothing I wouldn't do for you and there's nothing you wouldn't do for me.

I have to mention your grandma and grandpa...boy, did you really love them. Nothing made you happier than visiting them. They were the only ones I trusted when I had to go out of town. They sure knew how to spoil you! Oh and Floppy...they really loved you too.

I'm not sure I want to talk about when you got sick...I think even after 5 years there is still too much pain. But one thing I want to say is this...God knew how hard it was for me...we didn't know if you had weeks or months...it only turned out to be days. I believe God took you...to care for you...because He knew how hard it would be for me. I would have been there for however long it took, but hearing the news that you had cancer took a big piece of my heart.

Always know....each year as this day passes...it will be me Floppy...me who ALWAYS remembers today. I still think of you often and think about the "floppy girl" smile. I love you Floppy....

her urn says:

"Our Floppy girl, a loved family member, who will always be in our hearts and never forgotten. We will always love you as much as you loved us. Until we meet again in heaven, you will be dearly missed"

Love,

Mom

 

Devotion to Mama

April 28th 2008 6:59 am
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Mom just put my page up a few days ago. I'm not sure how much I will be able to type. It's still very difficult for mom.

For now, I am going to just say that I know my mom misses me very much and I miss her too. She may not always know it, but I do look after her and the family. I'll be back when mom is feeling up to typing about my life.

 
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