Kodiak forever our Angel

American Eskimo Dog
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Home:Diamond Bar, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:
-pound dog

April 4th 1996

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Favorite Food:

Favorite Walk:
around the block

Best Tricks:
Knowing what I'm thinking just by looking at me

Arrival Story:
We adopted him for the OC animal Shelter.

Forums Motto:
He's a little man with big ideas

The Last Forum I Posted In:
My beautiful dog

I've Been On Dogster Since:
September 8th 2008 More than 8 years!

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Meet my family
Angel SitkaAngel BunkyKaliCallie

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Kodiak--Always my little Man

Almost 2 years at the Bridge

September 6th 2010 2:24 pm
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Wow, time flies. I can't believe I
have been at the Bridge for nearly
2 years now. This is my new normal
now. I miss my family very much and
always will, but love my new friends
and to feel good and strong again,
I've forgotten how sick I was. I'm
still in my mamma's heart, that's
how I know what is going on at home
still. She just has to think about
me and I know exactly what is happening
there. I know Bunky has been very
sick for the past 2 months (she
thought he was going to be joining
me here). But he is making a slow
recovery. And Sitka, she's not
feeling well right now either.
She is 15 years old and mamma
worries about her. I would
dearly love to have my brother and
sister join me, but don't want to
be selfish and take them away from
my family too soon. I'm an official
greeter at the Bridge, so I get to
meet all the newbies when they
arrive. Most cannot believe that
they get to be new again. That
all of their pain & suffering is
gone. They of course miss their
families too, but learn (as I did)
that they are forever angels now
and will live in the hearts of
their families forever. They
just have to think about them and
"poof" there they are, together
Well I guess I'll close for now.
I haven't written in a while but
wanted to let everyone know that
I'm doing good and not to worry
about me anymore. I love you
now as I always did.
Love, Kodi


My First year at the Bridge

September 12th 2009 9:44 am
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Soon it will be my first year at the Rainbow Bridge.
I arrived with much fanfare on Sept 14, 2008.
I was met by my new eternity friends: Elsa, Angel,
Charley, and so many others. They made my first
days here wonderful. They showed me so many
things and made me feel welcome in my new
surroundings. Their forever families made my
mom and dad feel better too about my leaving
them. In their search for answers and comfort
they met many people who were grieving their
own losses, but wanted to help others in need.
It made a big difference in their quest to find
help in their time of great loss & helplessness.
To Mom & Dad: I just want you to know I am
Okay. I am better than Okay. I have adjusted
quite well here. I run and fly and play all day.
All of this with no pain, no cancer. I don't
blame you for sending me here. I was so sick
and you loved me so much, you made the
decision to let me go. I didn't want to leave
you on my own. Your faces were so sad, you
both cried so much. I thought I should stay
with you and be strong even though I was in
so much pain. But you let me go and I bless
you every day I'm here for that hard decision.
Even though I miss you both more than barks
can say, I love my life here. I love to greet
the new arrivals and let them know how much
they are still loved and will be loved for
I love you Mom & Dad, thats forever you know!
Don't worry, we'll meet again. I promise.


July 14, 2009

July 14th 2009 4:01 pm
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Hi sweet boy!
It's been nearly 10 months since you've been at
the Rainbow Bridge. Are you enjoying your
summer? You're such an active boy that I know
you have many friends and play all day long.
This time last year you were starting to get ill.
I am so glad your suffering is gone. I miss you
so, but cannot bear that you were in pain.
I know you have forgiven us for taking you to
the vet the day we let you go. Your loving
nature will be in my heart forever, you are
definitely one in a million. Enjoy your summer
my sweet, you are gone but never forgotten.

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