Favorite Food: RAW Food, chicken, pumpkin and holistic treats...
Favorite Walk: In the park
Best Tricks: silly he's a husky and knows how to talk
Arrival Story: My sister is not a dog person... the first time I saw him he reminded me of a stuffed animal. He was so beautiful, it was love at first sight... so I took him home and became his pawrent.
Bio: He was diagnosed with a chrondrosarcoma about 7 months ago. He had to have his leg amputated as a result of the pain and the cancer. It was just his 6 month ampuversary(he is a tripawds.com) Love you Spirit Jerry Dawg ... I will go into more detail later on. There is so much to tell..
Today, I had to say goodbye to my furbaby Buster. He was having a hard time breathing and his coughing got worse. It was very hard to do but I could not let him suffer. He will always be in my heart. The lung mets got worse and the vet agreed it was time.
It was very peaceful, we said a parting prayer and he went to heavenly sleep. My heart aches and I miss his presence. He was such a sweet boy and will always be in my heart.
To honor his memory, I will continue to do all I can for canine cancer research. Buster would of wanted that. RIP Buster, always my beautiful fur baby. I love you so very much. xoxo
Here in the Northeast, we've been hit by a Noreaster. This is truly husky kind of weather for my boy Buster. He's been wanting to sit outside non stop ever since it started. All I know is it's about time! He hasn't seen this much snow around here for years and he is enjoying every minute of it. If you have a husky, you can relate. Buster can sit out there all snow covered and I even caught him eating some snow! For hours, I do worry about him but I can't get him to come inside. He seems happy and I'm sure he is just remembering the times as a pup he would run all around in it and have fun. I hope you having a husky day too! A special thank you to Mother Nature for making all this beautiful white stuff and turning into a husky winter wonderland !
Enjoy it before it melts away!
As you know Buster is terminal with cancer, since it has spread to his lungs. Despite the Dr's prognosis of 3 weeks in mid December he is stil here. Everyday I am thankful for his presence. I attribute it to his will to live. I have come across a beautiful hospice guide, that I would like to share with you. Here is the link... (copy and paste)