I do have video of him but it's on Cannon Super 8 film and my camcorder broke, so one day I'll have to have my tapes converted to DVD by a professional so I can see them.
He was an awesome doggie! God, I just love him! Will see him again someday. When I get to whatever place that is, I'm going to be greeted by a pack of doggies! LOL
Black Shadow, your kittie is very pretty! I know all about the biting stage. My lucy isn't even puppy anymore and chews on things you wish she'd leave be. LOL [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by hellrider 31038 from Thursday, May 07, 2009 7:05:58 PM)
hellrider 31038 wrote:
hey spapad do you have any home videos with him
Thank you Joe, and Hellrider! He was a beautiful dog and very loyal. Good boy! Yes Joe, I think children kind of miss out when they don't have a pet growing up. The pain of losing a pet may be great, but if fades and all you have left and the best memories, and laughes about the crazy antics they could get up to. They give far much more than they ever take.
Spa, what a beautiful dog and what a beautiful tribute to him! You have been so blessed to have had such wonderful pets in your life (we all are). They too are extremely blessed to have had someone as doting, loving and devoted as you to be their caregiver. Those pics with Flora are so heartwarming! Beautiful! The bond between your children and pets is so pure and beautiful. We had a siamese cat called Fiona and when Zakk was born, she just claimed him. She'd attack the other cats if they dared even look at him. She went everywhere he did. Slept with him, let him tug her tail, followed him outdoors when he played. I even have a pic somewhere of him lying next to her and it looks like she's nursing him lol.
Tragically, she was chased in front of a car by a menacing stray tom cat and she died pretty much on impact. I was totally distraught and although Zakk was too young to figure out death, he spoke about her for a few years after. I told him she had gone to away to live somewhere else and he seemed to accept it at the time. Now he's older (4) and he understands what it means when people and pets die. He grieves and understands that it happens.
My tribute to my best dog ever. Max. Officially, "Dawn's Blue Max" What a character he was! Was 10 when Flora was born and taken from me by Cushing's Disease at age 13. He lived a long full life, loved Flora emensely, used to sleep under her crib. Best dog ever.