In Memory of......
Cameron went to the Rainbow Bridge on September 10, 2018. My English Shepherd, Cameron, loved to help work cows, help with chores, and just a faithful companion. He was born October 30, 2012. He will be missed!!
Turbo went to the Rainbow Bridge on October 22, 2016. Turbo was one of my little guys. He was born August 12, 2003. He will be missed!!
Tiny went to the Rainbow Bridge on May 2, 2016. Tiny was another one of my little guys. He was born December 9, 2010. He will be missed!!
Starr - Click her photo for more about this Pekeapoo
Sunshine (Cairn Terrier)
Born Feb 8, 1997 and Passed Away June 4, 2007
Born October 7, 1993 and Passed Away January 4, 2010
Phoebe, a Pekehund, lived in Southern California and had to be evacuated with her family because of the fires . She was born July 10, 2004.
Four years too young, Gracie has made her way to The Rainbow Bridge.
Bear Bear (Cairn Terrier)
Born 5/26/2003 & Passed Away 12/3/2012
Gracie (Cairn Terrier)
Gracie, lived in Kansas. Born August 7, 2010 and went to the Rainbow Bridge on April 3, 2013
Eli was born on July 16, 2001 and passed on January 3, 2013 at approximately 6:50 p.m. while wrapped in our loving arms. He lived to age 11 years, 5 months, 18 days. Although he had cataracts the last two years of his life and sometimes had mild tremors in his hind legs, he still enjoyed occasional walks and loved riding in his cart we dubbed the "Eli Mobile" where everyone could see him. He was the love of our lives and the heartbreak of losing Eli can only be lessened by the memories of all the love and joy we had for each other. He had a wonderful life and we took him with us everywhere. Eli sparkled with intelligence and never forgot anything he was shown, so we learned early on never to introduce anything new to him if we didn't want to keep repeating it. Rainbow Bridge is lucky to have received another wonderful pet to romp and play until we meet again. With loving memories, Anita & Ron Felix
Chelsea (Peke A Poo)
Chelsea, lived in Sanford, NC. Born September 6, 1996 and went to the Rainbow Bridge on September 18, 2015
If it were not for faith, family and friends it would have been a far harder journey than it was when we lost Tracy. She had become like another child ? funny as a marine, soldier, former law enforcement officer I got taken back by a 10 pound dog who turns out ran our house and was closer to us and myself than I realized. So thank you, had it not been for you we would not have had been blessed for those 14 years with such an integral part of our lives who brought laughter, tears and who almost knew us better than we did at times.
Born 1/22/2006 & Passed Away 9/18/2016
Just wanted to let you know she passed away 9/18/2016. She was the best dog ever. We had so much enjoyment out of her and she will be missed dearly. I loved her so much. She was always there for me no matter what. She would follow me around where ever I would go. She slept with us so it is really hard at night, I am always waiting for her to come running thru the house and jumping up on the bed and get on my chest so she could look me right in the face until I would tell her it was time to go to bed then she would lay down between me and my husband. I don't know if it was the breed but she was the best dog ever, very smart, and had quite the expressions on her face. She would lay there with those little brown eyes watching every move you would make, I just wanted you to know that we loved her very much and she will be missed daily. I wish you were still breeding Pekehunds I would purchase another one. Thanks again.
Pebbles (Cairn Terrier)
Pebbles lived in Colorado. She was born on April 13, 2015 and went to the Rainbow Bridge on Feb. 21, 2017
Sasha joined me in February 2005. She was the best girl and the joy of my life. Today she crossed the Rainbow Bridge. There is a huge hole in my heart but I know she is no longer in pain. Thank you for bringing this wonderful friend into my life. She will be missed.
Hunter & Marshall
The picture is of Hunter he and his brother Marshall were born 9-19-2011 Marshall passed away 12-9-2016.
They lived here in Cullman, AL with me, my husband and our 5 kids...they were very loved!! Hunter's owner, my oldest son, is truly heartbroken tonight. I wish I could have stopped these accidents from happening. But I guess God had other plans for them in Heaven!
We were blessed with having Wrigley for 14 years and we had to lay him to rest today. We loved him dearly and he was a great companion and loyal member of our family. He is already dearly missed and will forever be in our hearts.
We wanted to thank you for bringing such joy to our lives. Attached is a picture to remember him by.
Bob & Stana
Our home has been forever changed. Wed, Dec 19th, 2018 we lost our sweet Stewart. He was born on October 24, 2005 and came to us in California a short time later. From the minute that sweet pup came across the conveyor belt at the airport he touched our lives.
He had a wonderful life, and he brought so much love and laughter to us. We can never thank you enough for giving us such a gift. Stewart was our one and only pup, and the house is very quiet without him. We are still an active duty military family, and Stewart has traveled with us across the county and back. There was no place we would go that he wasn't right beside us. It's just always been the 3 of us.
Thank you so much for the sweetest, most gentle little guy.
We miss him terribly........but the memories we have are truly a blessing.
thank you again,
Jim and Karen
Griffey, a Schnoodle was born on 7-23-13. Griffey went to the Rainbow Bridge on 3-28-2020.
Shadow is the black dog on the left. Dusty is the cream colored one.
I write this with tears in my eyes:
Shadow was born November 8, 2005. He crossed the rainbow bridge on June 29th in the very early am.
He got the name Shadow not because of his color alone but because he followed me everywhere. My grandson and I picked him up at the Sioux Falls, SD airport. The first few nights Shadow curled up and slept in my long hair in my bed. He was afraid of thunder and let me know it the first time he heard it because he made me pick him up and proceeded to chew me out for not being home with him. That's when I learned he could "talk". Lol couldn't understand a word he said but I knew what he wanted! As he got a little older he really thought he was the size of a Great Pyrenees but still had a fear of thunder and would snuggle as close as he could get to me when he heard it. He was a great comfort and companion when I was battling breast cancer, always near me to cuddle. His most favorite treat was ice cream of any kind and he always got a little bowl of his own. I am so missing his cute little face and tiny body in my lap as he was only 6 pounds, and his little love scratches to pet him more or keep scratching his ears. I have an empty spot in my heart right now but so many memories. He was a huge part of my whole family and is greatly missed by all of us, even the cat lovers. That's the other thing he did, he would bark my granddaughters Miss Kitty into a corner every day but never bothered her kittens! Shadow was a wonderful, loving little dog and I will cherish every minute of his life with me. My heart might be broken right now but I know we will be together again someday.
Thank you Skyview Kennels for letting me purchase and raise this beautiful little dog. And thank you for the wonderful story about the Rainbow bridge on your website, I needed to see that today!
The Rainbow Bridge...
They tell you not to cry.
They tell you that it's just a dog, not a human being.
They tell you that the pain will be over.
They tell you that the animals don't know that they have to die.
They tell you that it's important not to let him suffer.
They tell you that you can have another one.
They tell you it's going to happen to you.
They tell you that there is more pain.
But they don't know how many times you've looked into your dogís eyes.
They don't know how many times you and your dog have looked into darkness alone.
They don't know how many times your dog was the only one who was by your side.
They don't know how much fear you have at night when you wake up with your grief.
They don't know how many times your dog slept near you.
They don't know how much you've changed since the dog has become a part of your life.
They don't know how many times you hugged him when he was sick.
They don't know how many times you've acted like you didn't see his hair getting whiter.
They don't know how many times you've talked to your dog, the only one who really hears.
They don't know that it was just your dog who knew you were in pain.
They don't know what it feels like to see your old dog trying to get up to say hello.
They don't know that if things went wrong, the only one who didn't go is your dog.
They don't know that your dog trusts you every moment of his life, even in the last.
They don't know how much your dog loved you and how it is enough for him to be happy, because you loved him.
They don't know that crying for a dog is one of the most noble, significant, true, purest and warmest things you can do.
They don't know when the last time you moved him with trouble... making sure it didnít hurt him.
They don't know what it felt like to pet their face in the last moments of their life....
In Memory of all those who went over the rainbow bridge. You all have a place forever in our hearts
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