Category Archives: Pet Memorials

Timmy & Georgie (March 2010)

The fall of 2009 we were blessed to have 2 lovely beagles come into our care, Timmy & Georgie. The two boys had never met before coming to Beagle Paws, but we lucky to find a foster home together. Both dogs had serious health issues and we knew there time with us would be short. Sadly Timmy passed away in March and a week later Georgie left us as well. We were all very upset with loosing both boys, but know in our hearts that we did what we could for them and they had a great time together in their last few months.

Rest in peace “Timmy & Georgie”

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Poppy (Mar. 2010) and Ali (Nov. 2009)

We recently lost two of our beagles: Ali in November of 2009 and Poppy in March 2010. Poppy came to us from Beagle Paws in February of 2006. They loved each other as much as we loved them.

We don’t really have the words to describe our loss. We only know we gave both Ali and Poppy all we could and everything they deserved (Ali loved to ‘borrow’ shoes and Poppy liked her coffee in the morning)! They gave us nothing but unconditional love every second of everyday. They both had Cushings disease and God kindly let them pass quietly in their own beds at home.

We will be forever grateful that we knew these two beautiful, kind and loving beagles who will always be in our hearts. We know they are together again in heaven.

We miss them dearly.

Alistair and Sonja Cameron (and Daisy, Nippy and George – the rest of our beagle family).

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Emma (Mar. 2010)

Emma left for her next big adventure while in foster care with Beagle Paws. She was only with us for a short while but she certainly left an impression with her sweet, kind gentleness. Although she was of advanced years she still managed to capture the heart of everyone she met. She passed away quietly in her sleep on Easter Monday.

Creation
When God had made the earth and sky,
the flowers and the trees,
He then made all the animals
the fish, the birds, and bees
and when at last He’d finished
not one was quite the same.
He said I’ll walk this world of mine
and give each one a name.
And so He traveled far and wide
and everywhere He went,
a little creature followed Him
until it’s strength was spent.
When all were named upon the Earth
and in the Sky and Sea,
the little creature said, “Dear Lord,
there’s no name left for me.”
Kindly the Father said to him
“I’ve left you to the end.
I’ve turned my own name back to front
and called you DOG, my friend”.

God bless your dear little soul, Miss Emma. May you find peace at Rainbow Bridge.

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