God saw that you were getting tired,
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We all know there comes a time when our faithful and beloved companions must cross the Rainbow Bridge. The following are tributes to these wonderful creatures.
On April 22, 2010, we lost our beautiful redhead G.R.I.N. girl to cancer. We are so thankful to G.R.I.N. for bringing her to us and so very sad that we didn't have more time with her.
Polly was a true fighter and she fought her way through malnutrition, heartworm and cancer in her mammary channels, mainly in part to not being spayed and having liters of puppies and was able to spend almost two wonderful years with us. She lived to eat treats, be petted and play with her golden brother Luke and her red kong frisbee.
We miss Polly terribly but know that she is in a better place and in the company of many other beautiful goldens and other pets who have crossed the Rainbow Bridge before her. We know someday we will see her again.-
Lennie, Jane and Luke Kueking
My Wife and I rescued Libby four years ago. Reportedly, she was a vicious dog who had a hard life. They were unsure of her age but, our Vet estimated she was twelve years old.
She was missing all but four teeth but still enjoyed treats, as often as she could get them. Libby was a wonderful companion to us and our other Golden, Gus. They cuddled whenever they could and often shared the dog bed when they slept.
Libby crossed the Rainbow Bridge on January 7, 2010. We were happy to give her four years of peace.
Daniel and Barbara Benkowski
Dear Friends of Amos,
Amos passed away peacefully in the loving arms of his owners last night. Although I feel sad, I take great solace in something June said to me on our drive home. Amos was very fortunate that GRIN found him and took him in, saving him from an unpleasant end. Also, we were very lucky to have been given the chance of caring for Amos during these past nine months.