Crash was my best friend and loving companion for 12 years. He was such a happy boy, who loved to go for walks, play Chuck-It for endless amounts of time, lay outside for hours and hours, lick dishes in the dishwasher, and snap his teeth at me when he got really excited or wanted something. Crash loved his friends at Mill Creek so much and I am so grateful for the amazing care he received over the years. He will never be forgotten.
Molly, Mooster, Moosey and Pupparoo: You were the love of our lives for the past 15 wonderful years. We brought you home when you were just 3 pounds and 6 weeks old. Every day you were our joy and each day with you was that more special to us. You were the sweetest and best dog ever. We want to thank Dr. Whittle and all his Staff these past 15 years for the love they have shown and the best care for our Molly. R.I.P. Baby Girl. We miss you terribly and you are forever in our hearts. Go run and have fun again. Love you always. You will never be able to be replaced.
Happy was born on New Year’s Day – I was hunting at a game farm and the owner had a litter of pups – as soon I saw her, I had to take her home. She was trained for hunting Pheasants and Ducks and was a hunting machine and would start jumping up and down when she would see me in hunting clothes as she knew what was about to happen. She could be pulled and poked by kids and would only walk away. I don’t think I ever heard her growl. Delivery Drivers would call and say she was showing her teeth at them – she was – but it was because she was just smiling. As most labs do – she loved to eat – my wife made sure she ate healthy – mostly veggies – sweet potatoes was her favorite as well as eating cherry tomatoes off the vine when she thought nobody was looking. When preparing her bowl of food, she would dance – quickly lifting her front paws slightly and quickly. Hoping Oakley was there when you crossed the bridge to show you where dinner was served.
Thank You for spending your life with us!
We exhausted all our options for trying to help our Kate. Kate was our 9-year-old Springer Spaniel who struggled with demons all her life. After consulting with Dr. Whittle, who took care of Kate since she was 12-weeks-old, we decided to do what was best for Kate, even though it was the hardest decision we ever had to make. Kate was not physically in pain but she struggled trying to cope with life every day. Kate, we are all going to miss you and your enthusiasm, especially when it comes to playing the games you loved. We hope the afterlife is much easier on you.
Charlie was the BEST dog I have ever had! He was a gentle giant with a HUGE heart. He loved people, walks, getting brushed and car rides. He brought my family so much love, joy and laughter. We have such great memories of him that will be with us for the rest of our lives. We were truly grateful to have him in our lives.