Good Bye, my friend
You had a beautiful mother.
It was hard to give you birth and she needed our help to save your life.
You were just too big!
When you grew up, it was absolutely necessary to keep the door shut, otherwise you ran out just like lightning!
A little later the phone rang and we knew, it was the farmer near by.
You just had again a great catch :-)
You loved children.
You watched our house.
You were a part of our family for thirteen years.
The last days your heart became weaker and weaker.
Today it finished to keep you alive.
If All Dogs Go to Heaven, I wish you will be there, enjoying this beautiful place.
Good bye, my friend .....
viola d 03/14/2012 9:27Now, this is a perfect picture with a story behind. The story about selfless love, affection, joy, happiness and devotion. The story ab short-lived moments of anger or impatience (how could you do this to that chicken!?:)), perhaps anxiety (where have you been so long?), pride (just look at him, isn't he brave and beautiful?) and so on. I'm sure you could write numerous stories based on this one picture of your beloved friend. I'm so sorry he is gone. Best wishes. Viola
Canan Oner 02/17/2012 12:23I am so sorry for your loss Mathias and can feel well., cause I have lost my dear Tina just two weeks ago..We needed to put her into sleep not to feel the pain any more..Was a difficult decision to make :-(
Always feels like losing one from the family...We can only be thankful for the time they have been together with us and remember the good memories left behind...
Andrea Sagawe 02/17/2012 10:26Always hard to let a good old friend go, but it was his time and I'm sure he had a wonderful life. Look forward to the times you can remember him with a smile on your face.
s. sabine krause 02/16/2012 17:18i'm sorry for your loss! but what a beautiful tribute to your faithful friend! love the low point of view you chose for this picture – it makes him look somewhat dreamily heroic. and the curly fur just above his collar is so cute! looks a little as though he were wearing a turtleneck! ; )) greetings, sabine. p.s.: it's suddenly started to pour over here, and i think it might be due to the fact that your chicken-loving dog is pantingly chasing winged angels across the clouds of heaven, making them burst and drown us in rain… ; )))
cathy Blatt 02/16/2012 16:34I am so sorry and feel with and for you, one feels so terribly helpless when they go.I have lost a few friends that way! Their selfless love always fills me with humility
and the only thing that helped my grief was always the realization that it was a great gift that they chose to spend some time with me. Regards,cathy