I helped Sam across the bridge today- his suffering and pain have ended and although I am filled with heartache I am comforted to know that he is no longer in pain. This last week has been very rough on him - and I know in my heart that I have made the right choice for him.Sam and I were together only three short years- but it seems like a lifetime. He was a dog that always gave 110% and had the most amazing sense of humour.
Sam was always the life of the party- goofing around, and making people laugh. He was a dog that was rarely serious, and had a bark and a wag for everyone he met.He had a fantastic last few days- lots of fetch, cheesburgers, new toys, and of course cuddles. I told him often how wonderful he was, and I spent every moment I could with him.
I will miss him a lot.
Thank you to all my friends (too many to mention) who have supported me in the past two years with Sam. I appreciate it more than you could ever know. Sam was a very lucky dog to have such great friends. It has been a long, and hard journey with him- but it was all worth it.
That smile could melt a room.
I miss him already more than I could have imagined.
Sarah took some candid shots of Sam at the park a few days ago.
Here are a few of my favorites.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you Sarah for the wonderful photos of him. I will cherish them always.