Thursday, May 24, 2007

Goodbye Chloe



In the Leaves



Getting Comfortable



Taking Care of Business
(We were on a small boat trip
and Chloe needed a bathroom break)



Chloe, Mom & Dad on Boat



Ready to Go



Lookin' Good in Shades



Favorite Sleeping Spot



Good-bye hugs from girls

10 comments:

Mike ( ex scientia, veritas ) said...

I'm sorry. I've known this pain, too. Take care. Have you ever read the poem The Rainbow Bridge???

Anonymous said...

Losing something we care about is difficult. I know this isn't easy for any of you. Connie W.

Carolj said...

Aww! Thanks for the pics. I'm sure you all are going to miss him. :(

Judy said...

Oh Kendra! This is a wonderful tribute to Chloe.

We did something wonderful after our dogs passed away - Travis had a really rough time with it. We have a pottery-painting place here, and you can also do mosaic tiles. So, we had Travis paint tiles for each dog and we set them in a stepping stone that is now part of our garden. It was a wonderful way to remember the puppies that used to tromp on my plants! :-)

Chloe was a sweet member of your family, and it is okay to be sad about her. She's still in your hearts.

FYI - I grew up with a schnauzer...best dog I ever had. Heidi was with me from age 5 until 21. She was definitely my sister.

Alissa said...

Aww, she's a cutie.

You gave her a great life. She's a lucky girl.

Laura said...

Thanks for sharing these pictures. I had a picture of Chloe in my mind, but seeing her is much better. What a sweet dog! You all gave her such of a great life filled with lots of love.

Just want to say that I love Judy's idea about the stepping stones. We made a marker for one of our dogs. Each of them, that have passed on, are buried (ashes) in our backyard. In addition, we have picture frames up around the house from each as well.

snb said...

aw. that's precious. i'm sorry about your loss.

Rachel said...

She's so cute and adorable! At least you had each other for awhile and some great memories! I know it's so heartbreaking to lose them.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I am so sorry Kenrda...Cloe looks like she was a very very special doggie...It is so hard to lose a treasured member of your family, and that is what our pets are...Treasured! These a wonderful pictures of your dear dear Chloe. May she Rest In Peace, in Doggie Heaven.

Anonymous said...

Those were really cute pictures Kendra. She may be gone, but she'll never be forgotten.