It’s been a couple of months, since my precious George and Gracie journeyed to  Rainbow Bridge.

The pain has been too real, and my emotions have been too raw…to speak of them in the past tense.

One could have outlasted the other, by a few weeks, or maybe months – but since they lived together, we chose to let them go together.  I’ve written more about them, and their passing, on my dog’s blog – A Tail of Three Doggies.

They are gone..but not forgotten.

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  1. Oh Libby – I can understand this all too well. I got all welled up watching your little video 🙁 What a lovely tribute to your doggies. When I heard they both passed together I could hardly imagine how you would deal with the big gaping hole in your life. Then not too long after, I had to lose my Nico too and they are really just furry children aren’t they? So hard to let them go. Hugs.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. I know they are running free and healthy at the rainbow bridge together with all of their new friends. Your love for them will always be strong but hopefully someday you will be able to think of them and smile at all of the happy memories you shared together.

  3. I know how you are feeling. you’ll be reunited with your furbabies one day because all dogs go to heaven

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. These little fury guys are our family. We lost our beloved Trixie, a terrier rescue mix, on 5/12 suddenly due to some type of neurological issue. We are heartbroken, but we adopted a 16 week old puppy who we have n amed Roxy, who is helping ease the pain.

    (((hugs))

  5. I’m sorry to hear about your loss. That is the only drawback with pets, we must live to see them go; despite how wonderful they were as family members and companions. It sounds like you did the compassionate thing, and I’m sure it wasn’t easy. I hope your furry friends are chasing squirrels through green pastures!

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