Likes: Her pool in Summer and the dog park and Ice Cream!
Pet-Peeves: Getting my ears cleaned
Favorite Toy: Tennis balls...tons of them,from the tennis court near home
Favorite Food: Any kind of cheese with preference for Brie, Blue, Swiss
Favorite Walk: Anywhere near "The" Cooking School/She made a few friends there...
Best Tricks: Come and get me...lets go for a walk.Page credit: Auntie Pam
Arrival Story: A standard start. Kid wants dog...parents get dog. Mom was never at ease with dogs and with Jenna's help, within 3 weeks...Mom developed a Mom/daughter relationship. Jenna has become "our" dog since...well, kids are kids and, we ended up with the task... Great, as we both love Jenna. She is a full time member of our "pack" . We all love our sweet girl.
Bio: Jenna is a rescue. Great luck, she is also pure Golden. Just happened that way. We were looking without much to start with. Then, we saw her... in that cage. A few hours later, she was home with us, washed, pampered and fed. A happy family ever since.Sad part now, Jenna went to the Rainbow Bridge on May 21st, 2012.We will never forget you, sweetheart.
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A week ago, we went out of town to pick up our little Maiyah Sahara.
We made it safely and without car sickness with our bundle of joy.Very demanding, training on all fronts. But, there is always a but, Maiyah turns out to be very fast learner, and a sweetheart.We already see a bit of a difference in her hight, her facial features and attitude.She eats well and is a happy girl (looks like).A clown, a real clown. Makes us laugh and cry of joy. Thank you Jenna for helping us.
Thanks to all from Buhens . Without your support, it would have been a nightmare,
Anna, Claude, Maiyah and Jenna
It was a week ago that Jenna went to the Rainbow Bridge.She is greatly missed and will never be forgotten.Sunday, yesterday, we felt that so many signs came our way???Jenna saying she is OK...? Met a lady at the park where we went for a walk. Somehow, we had to backtrack because of a closed pathway and that put that lady on our path. She was walking a 8 year old Golden Retriever female.Needless to say, that we kinda went to see the furr that looked like she knew.Mom broke down crying and the lady figure about what had happened.So, she offered a shoulder and we walked together for a while.
It was a bit of a therapy.We made the lady promise to spoil...lol her girl.
Furr now, we are taking small steps at healing, with the help of our friends, here, at Buhens.
Thank you again, our family,
Anna, Claude, and yes, Jenna
It had to happen.We wished and wished with your help, all of you but today, Jenna ask us for one more favor, to let her go. To stop her suffering, specially today where things went totally out of control, poor Jenn could not even get up.Black stools (we know what that means)heart rate way off, could not even keep water in.
6 years, 6 beautiful (too short) years.
Jenna, we will NEVER FORGET
We will always love you for, you changed our lives.For us, (sorry),no greater Golden (or dog)could exist.
Mom and Dad and family with you furrever.
We decided for a individual cremation and will be keeping the ashes.
We shall continue to come around to share, partake and simply be with friends,
Mom, Dad, and yes, Jenna