Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Bucky The Wonderdog, Rest In Peace

DAHLINGS -


I shall keep this short. Bucky the Wonderdog, after having a series of health problems, including chronic bronchitis and an enlarged heart, died of heart failure early Monday morning, January 16th. He could no longer breathe, and so my beloved dog was euthanized in my arms.


You shall not be hearing from me for a while. I am beyond devastated. He was my closest companion for over eight years, and died too young at the age of nine.







Rest in peace, my beloved.

Ciao,
Elisa sans Bucky the Wonderdog

8 comments:

Audrey said...

I'm really sorry, Elisa. I know how much he meant to you, and I always enjoyed seeing his little face. May you find some comfort in the fact that he is not suffering.

Kim said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. This is so terribly sad to hear. I know how hard it is to lose one's furry children. You have my most sincere condolences.

Misty said...

{{{Elisa}}} You have my sincerest condolences. I know what he meant to you, and I can't even imagine the loss you must feel. Love you, my sister, and I think of you often.

pegrich2008 said...

Elisa, my heart is breaking for you. I am keeping you in my prayers, I know right now you need an inner strength to carry you thru this bleak time.

Try to keep in mind there are so, so many that are standing with you in spirit.

Love to you and Jeff
Margret

Susan Crawford said...

Dear One,
Oh, I am so devastated for you. I know full well how the heart of a beloved little companion becomes part of our own heart, and Bucky was truly your Wonderdog.
My darling Little Rain and I send you warmth and love and thoughts of healing.
Susan (Envisione) Crawford

Anonymous said...

So sorry to read this. My dog is my closest companion, too, so I know how you feel. Big hugs to you.

Rachelle

Fashion Autopsy said...

Oh, what a little cutie Bucky was.

I lost my 16 yr old beloved pooch back in August so I know just how you feel. I wanted him to depart on his own but I had to make the decision for him--it was devastating.
All I can offer is; it will get better...but it will take time.
It's only been recently that I could even look at a photo of my pooch without crying.

Hang in there.
xo
Sher @FA

Jeannee said...

I am very, very sorry for your loss! I still grieve my beloved Myndie, and it's going to be two years this summer ... unbelieveable.