- Faithet Woody Willow JD GD SD SPD HSAs
6/9/07 - 3/4/17
morning my mr handsome pants crossed to rainbow bridge. He passed
quickly and peacefully at home, I feel so lucky to have had him in my
life lots of great memories, it's been a fun journey which sadly has
come to an end, I am thankful I now have two of his daughters and a
grandson to continue the journey with... throughout our journey together we enjoyed participating in
various Dog sports - Agility, Canine Disc, Dock Diving, Rally Obedience,
Herding and even a few of 3 sheep Trials.
He is the sire to many wonderful dogs 😍
And while he is gone sooner than I thought he would, he will never be
forgotten, I will miss him just being him, the other boys at home won't
know what to do now when the neighbour drives out 🤔 ...
He can now join Buddy at rainbow bridge and we will scatter his ashes
with Buddy some day at our favourite spot at Tin Can Bay..
So thankful I have lots of great memories of him, he truly was one of a kind...
That'll do Dude...
6/6/2000 - 30/12/15
Well today we said goodbye to Buddy, it was time... While he wasn't in any visible pain, and not on any medication, he was struggling at times to get around, and of course was still eating like a trooper, I just felt it was the best time to do it for him... He enjoyed a pigs ear this morning, wanted to get in on the action for roo nibbles whist training the other dogs, and tried to come for a walk to the dam while the others had a swim just before the vet arrived, it was one of his better days lately... he went quickly and peacefully at home and can now enjoy his rest... He will be cremated and I plan on scattering his ashes at the beach someday, he certainly loved the beach (well Tin Can Bay anyways 😊) he had a great life, loved in his younger years to come fishing with me in the boat, hanging out on the sand bank while I worked the mullet nets, he was a great guard dog in his younger years, and I always felt safe on my own with him by my side, we certainly had a great time in Agility, never would of thought we would of achieved his AAC, we also dabbled at Flyball he managed to get his FDX and only black carded once.. Lol, we also had some fun with frisbee, he loved playing tug with kids... He made a road trip very interesting in his later years, and while he was apparently deaf and struggled to move lately, it's amazing how quick he could get to the door when it was dinner time...
So while he is finally gone he will never be forgotten, and while it's sad... I don't want anyone to feel sorry for him/us he had a fun filled almost 16years, which I am glad I could be part of...
He came into my life as a rescue dog, he certainly had his issues, and it was a fun journey to overcome many of them...
That'll Do Bud ...