Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Sir Augustus Amasa Pire of Cowford - August 4, 2000 - April 29, 2008

Our little dog went to the "Rainbow Bridge" last night. Today has been hard, I have been reminded 100 times that he's gone, everytime I turn on the faucet and expect to hear the pitter-patter of his little feet...everytime I stop to think it's been awhile and he probably needs to go out...
RJ hasn't noticed yet, I'm dreading it when he does...
I was there to watch his birth. He was a sweet guy, but never the same since Max died.
Farewell to my Augie Doggie :( We'll miss him.

14 comments:

Dianne said...

Oh no - I'm so sad. You know I have a BT too - MacGyver. Amazingly, I think their bday is the same. I will keep you in my thoughts, I can't even imagine. Sooo sorry to hear this, Sharon.

Sharon said...

Thank you Dianne. Yes, how could I forget Gyvers? I need to go tell the BT group at Izzie and Huskers, I am dreading it...

Just Plain Sweet said...

So sorry! And to think we just saw him Friday night. Sending our love to your family...

Gawdess said...

I am so sorry for your loss, this is the hardest part about having them but of course they are so worth it - he was beautiful as is obvious from your pictures.

Shana said...

I am so sorry! (((HUGS)))

Alan said...

That's very sad. :-( We're so sorry for your loss.

granmal said...

I'm so sorry - It looks like he was loved a lot by all.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I am so sorry to read this today... Rainbow Bridge as a great webpage by the way.

dawninjax said...

OH NOOOO! Sorry girl! I know our day is coming soon with Rusty :( I can only imagine how you feel and poor little RJ.

Floridacracker said...

So sorry. Every puppy is a future heartache, but the time between is so fine.

(I was able to access a fast connection and I just caught up on about a dozen of your most recent posts)

concretegodmother said...

oh, sharon, i'm so sorry! i've been there before and will be there again soon with my oldmandog, i fear. but i don't have a kid to explain it to; i'm so sorry.

he certainly bore a fine, distinguished name! apparently he fit it well. :-)

Sharon said...

Thank you all :) Yes, he was loved for sure.

FC, that is awesome, and so true, and should be quoted on a "Rainbow bridge" site somewhere ;) (and may be!)

CGM, I'm sorry about your oldmandog...I hope he fares well until it's time for him. It's never easy, is it?

Scrivener said...

Oh, I'm sorry for your loss.

Cloudscome said...

Sorry for your loss. He's a cutie.