This has been the most difficult post I’ve had to write. We lost our Chloe two weeks ago. While you’re never prepared to lose a dog, it took us by surprise.
She had a big heart as evidenced by her X-ray, and an even bigger personality.
She was oh-so-needy and neurotic. . .
Always hungry, she was my camera hound, ready to pose for a photo with the promise of a treat.
She was an ‘I wanna go on a walk /boat ride NOW’ impatient, outdoor enthusiast. . .
And wonderful, loving dog of our hearts.
She was always following me around the house, demanding attention or food. . .
And ready to sneak a bite of something when I wasn’t looking.
The house is so quiet without her.
We are heartbroken and weepy. . .
And Gracie is sad and lost without her shadow and twin.
Chloe, We wish we had more time with you. . .
May you always have blue water views. . .
Birds to watch. . .
A lap to ride in. . .
Wind in your ears . . .
A companion to curl up with . . .
Toys to play with. . .
Sunset cruises. . .
And treats to enjoy.
Thank you for loving us and making us laugh.
We miss you.
“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”
~Roger A. Caras
Chloe, Dog of Our Hearts
May 21st, 2005 – February 5th, 2018