Amber *RIP Angel Girl *

Picture of Amber *RIP Angel Girl *, a female Rottweiler

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Home:Burlington, ON, Canada  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Ambies, bum, bumba

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Quick Bio:

Her mommie, and food, and going to the cottage. It is her favorite place.

rotten dogs taking up all of her attention from mom

Favorite Toy:
soccer balls and balloons! She loves to pop them.

Favorite Food:
anything edible

Favorite Walk:
hiking in the mountain with mom.

Best Tricks:
sing happy birthday, say momma, hide and seek

Arrival Story:
The breeder was going to keep her for herself, but things didn't work out like she had hoped, so I rushed down to get her because 3 others wanted her. It was amazing love at first site. She ran around the house like only a rotti can, and had me in stiches. We bonded very closley and are still just as bonded today.

I call her Miss Priss. She tiptoes around, and sometimes can't get her feet wet, meanwhile other times she will roll in mud. She is extremely obedient and focused, well, she WAS, I should say. Now that she is older, she pretends she doesn't have to listen, because she has been there, done that. I love her just the same.

Forums Motto:
Miss Priss

The Groups I'm In:
Rotties Rule, Rott'n Love, rottis r us, Rottweiler

Puppy Paws

Twelve years of puppy paws, moved outside today. Inside my heart is breaking, the Light of my Life - Amber, has gone away.

I held her head, kissed her blurry eyes, and said "I Love You, Girl"
With gentle hands and heavy heart, I released her soul to God, crying for her spirit to be free. Never dreamed it would hurt so much, Guess I wasn't thinking much of Me.

But she must be missing something, she left her paws upon my heart. Kind reminders of the time we had together, I never wanted her to be the first to part.

They tug as fiercely as the shoestrings she once played with; the tug of wars together, the one's I let her win. The toys, and all the things she loved, speak about her passing and I fall apart again.

Those little puppy "grunts" and kisses seem so far away. I cry: "What was I thinking? I said it'd be OK."

I said; "I'll be alright without you, If you really have to go. No need for you to fret or worry, we had our chance to love each other so."

Our final road together remains yet to be seen. Puppy paws can be so gentle, the pain they leave in passing, so mean.

"I'll hold them safely in my heart", I tell Her; "but I'll let them run at will. When we cross the Bridge together, I know they will be still."

In Loving memory of my best friend and most faithful companion

I've Been On Dogster Since:
November 12th 2004 More than 12 years!

I Was In The:
2004-2005 Holiday
Picture Party

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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