Tremor Dogs! Let’s See Um!

My two guys Teddy (Bernes) and Tucker (Golden) . They are tremor dogs, Jeep dogs, and atv dogs.
 

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We had another visit with Sandy yesterday. Beautiful.


I’m so glad you enjoyed another visit with Sandy! Wonderful pics!❤️

I connected with Jamie at Southwest Wildlife. She is very happy and proud that Sandy is a resident there!
Sandy is quite the star and fan favorite of the coyotes!

It’s a pleasure for me to be a supporter of their organization and especially to be connected to them thru Sandy! ❤️
 
I’m so glad you enjoyed another visit with Sandy! Wonderful pics!❤️

I connected with Jamie at Southwest Wildlife. She is very happy and proud that Sandy is a resident there!
Sandy is quite the star and fan favorite of the coyotes!

It’s a pleasure for me to be a supporter of their organization and especially to be connected to them thru Sandy! ❤️
Thanks for all of that. Southwest is a wonderful place.
 
Thanks for all of that. Southwest is a wonderful place.


Southwest has a promo going on involving Sandy and artwork of her being put on clothing which is for sale with proceeds going to support Southwest’s organization.
The Promo ends tonight.

It’s beautiful artwork of her!
I purchased a handful of items to give to my daughters and grandkids and a nice hoody for myself. 👍
 

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Hey Family,

I’ve been away from the site for a few weeks due to a neck surgery and two weeks ago today the loss of my best friend and honestly the coolest, sweetest, best damn dog I've ever been around. I fully understand that everyone feels that their dog is “the best”, but I was blown away by how many people (some of whom I don’t even remember her meeting like my aunt from Portland) reached out to me and commented on how cool of a dog she was. She was an old soul for sure.

She was a few months past 14 years old, so my wife and I knew her time was coming, but she went from healthy and happy to sick and passing in such a short time that it’s been very difficult for us to adjust to the new and quiet life. Don’t get me wrong, I’m so happy for her that she didn’t suffer, and was walking outside with me and giving me a little of her old dog sass only hours before she started getting sick, but the suddenness of it all has been difficult.

My wife and I have been married for a few months shy of 16 years, and Cricket has been a constant in our lives for almost all of it. We’ve grown up together with her and learned a ton about one another though caring for her. I’m not sure where our relationship would be if it wasn’t for this dog blessing our lives. Here’s a few more pictures of her one last time on here. Thank you for reading this. It’s one of the last things I feel I need to do in order to really start moving forward again.

Here she is as a pup trying on (and despising) some shoes that my wife found for her. The second is her testing out her “Crickie Claus” outfit so she was ready for her first Christmas performance for our nieces and nephews.
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Up next is a few shots of her and her encounters and observations of animals over the years.
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My wife taught Cricket how to open presents, so she was always very excited on Christmas and her birthday.


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She loved to cuddle and also get belly rubs.

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She was my ride along whether she was happy with the seating arrangements or not.


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She liked to be left alone when it was nap time.
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But she loved to pose for pictures.

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Ok that’s the last of them. I appreciate any of you who have made it this far. You must be dog lovers. And since you’re a dog lover, I’ll leave you with a quote from my good friend and former (always) Desert Storm Marine who helped me put things into perspective after hearing me pour my guts out to him. He took a nice pause and then said to me “if you’re not torn up and left with a big void in your heart and in your life after losing a dog, well you sure as hell didn’t deserve to have that dog in the first place.”
 

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Hey Family,

I’ve been away from the site for a few weeks due to a neck surgery and two weeks ago today the loss of my best friend and honestly the coolest, sweetest, best damn dog I've ever been around. I fully understand that everyone feels that their dog is “the best”, but I was blown away by how many people (some of whom I don’t even remember her meeting like my aunt from Portland) reached out to me and commented on how cool of a dog she was. She was an old soul for sure.

She was a few months past 14 years old, so my wife and I knew her time was coming, but she went from healthy and happy to sick and passing in such a short time that it’s been very difficult for us to adjust to the new and quiet life. Don’t get me wrong, I’m so happy for her that she didn’t suffer, and was walking outside with me and giving me a little of her old dog sass only hours before she started getting sick, but the suddenness of it all has been difficult.

My wife and I have been married for a few months shy of 16 years, and Cricket has been a constant in our lives for almost all of it. We’ve grown up together with her and learned a ton about one another though caring for her. I’m not sure where our relationship would be if it wasn’t for this dog blessing our lives. Here’s a few more pictures of her one last time on here. Thank you for reading this. It’s one of the last things I feel I need to do in order to really start moving forward again.

Here she is as a pup trying on (and despising) some shoes that my wife found for her. The second is her testing out her “Crickie Claus” outfit so she was ready for her first Christmas performance for our nieces and nephews.
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Up next is a few shots of her and her encounters and observations of animals over the years.
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My wife taught Cricket how to open presents, so she was always very excited on Christmas and her birthday.


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She loved to cuddle and also get belly rubs.

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She was my ride along whether she was happy with the seating arrangements or not.


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She liked to be left alone when it was nap time.
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But she loved to pose for pictures.

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Ok that’s the last of them. I appreciate any of you who have made it this far. You must be dog lovers. And since you’re a dog lover, I’ll leave you with a quote from my good friend and former (always) Desert Storm Marine who helped me put things into perspective after hearing me pour my guts out to him. He took a nice pause and then said to me “if you’re not torn up and left with a big void in your heart and in your life after losing a dog, well you sure as hell didn’t deserve to have that dog in the first place.”
I read every heartfelt word you wrote. My pup is my life, second to nothing. He is a diabetic alert service dog and goes everywhere with me. I took him to my Dr appointment this morning, then the grocery store. Now he is napping. Not sure I'll survive if he goes before I do. Thank you for your great story.
 
I read every heartfelt word you wrote. My pup is my life, second to nothing. He is a diabetic alert service dog and goes everywhere with me. I took him to my Dr appointment this morning, then the grocery store. Now he is napping. Not sure I'll survive if he goes before I do. Thank you for your great story.
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Hey Family,

I’ve been away from the site for a few weeks due to a neck surgery and two weeks ago today the loss of my best friend and honestly the coolest, sweetest, best damn dog I've ever been around. I fully understand that everyone feels that their dog is “the best”, but I was blown away by how many people (some of whom I don’t even remember her meeting like my aunt from Portland) reached out to me and commented on how cool of a dog she was. She was an old soul for sure.

She was a few months past 14 years old, so my wife and I knew her time was coming, but she went from healthy and happy to sick and passing in such a short time that it’s been very difficult for us to adjust to the new and quiet life. Don’t get me wrong, I’m so happy for her that she didn’t suffer, and was walking outside with me and giving me a little of her old dog sass only hours before she started getting sick, but the suddenness of it all has been difficult.

My wife and I have been married for a few months shy of 16 years, and Cricket has been a constant in our lives for almost all of it. We’ve grown up together with her and learned a ton about one another though caring for her. I’m not sure where our relationship would be if it wasn’t for this dog blessing our lives. Here’s a few more pictures of her one last time on here. Thank you for reading this. It’s one of the last things I feel I need to do in order to really start moving forward again.

Here she is as a pup trying on (and despising) some shoes that my wife found for her. The second is her testing out her “Crickie Claus” outfit so she was ready for her first Christmas performance for our nieces and nephews.
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Up next is a few shots of her and her encounters and observations of animals over the years.
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My wife taught Cricket how to open presents, so she was always very excited on Christmas and her birthday.


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She loved to cuddle and also get belly rubs.

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She was my ride along whether she was happy with the seating arrangements or not.


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She liked to be left alone when it was nap time.
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But she loved to pose for pictures.

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Ok that’s the last of them. I appreciate any of you who have made it this far. You must be dog lovers. And since you’re a dog lover, I’ll leave you with a quote from my good friend and former (always) Desert Storm Marine who helped me put things into perspective after hearing me pour my guts out to him. He took a nice pause and then said to me “if you’re not torn up and left with a big void in your heart and in your life after losing a dog, well you sure as hell didn’t deserve to have that dog in the first place.”
Great memories @Sludgemonkey44 thanks for sharing those with us! It's never easy since they become so ingrained in our lives. 😢
 
Hey Family,

I’ve been away from the site for a few weeks due to a neck surgery and two weeks ago today the loss of my best friend and honestly the coolest, sweetest, best damn dog I've ever been around. I fully understand that everyone feels that their dog is “the best”, but I was blown away by how many people (some of whom I don’t even remember her meeting like my aunt from Portland) reached out to me and commented on how cool of a dog she was. She was an old soul for sure.

She was a few months past 14 years old, so my wife and I knew her time was coming, but she went from healthy and happy to sick and passing in such a short time that it’s been very difficult for us to adjust to the new and quiet life. Don’t get me wrong, I’m so happy for her that she didn’t suffer, and was walking outside with me and giving me a little of her old dog sass only hours before she started getting sick, but the suddenness of it all has been difficult.

My wife and I have been married for a few months shy of 16 years, and Cricket has been a constant in our lives for almost all of it. We’ve grown up together with her and learned a ton about one another though caring for her. I’m not sure where our relationship would be if it wasn’t for this dog blessing our lives. Here’s a few more pictures of her one last time on here. Thank you for reading this. It’s one of the last things I feel I need to do in order to really start moving forward again.

Here she is as a pup trying on (and despising) some shoes that my wife found for her. The second is her testing out her “Crickie Claus” outfit so she was ready for her first Christmas performance for our nieces and nephews.
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Up next is a few shots of her and her encounters and observations of animals over the years.
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My wife taught Cricket how to open presents, so she was always very excited on Christmas and her birthday.


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She loved to cuddle and also get belly rubs.

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She was my ride along whether she was happy with the seating arrangements or not.


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She liked to be left alone when it was nap time.
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But she loved to pose for pictures.

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Ok that’s the last of them. I appreciate any of you who have made it this far. You must be dog lovers. And since you’re a dog lover, I’ll leave you with a quote from my good friend and former (always) Desert Storm Marine who helped me put things into perspective after hearing me pour my guts out to him. He took a nice pause and then said to me “if you’re not torn up and left with a big void in your heart and in your life after losing a dog, well you sure as hell didn’t deserve to have that dog in the first place.”
Sounds like your friend, the marine not the dog, is very smart and good friend. I love that quote and will try to remember that to share with others. Our block head of a mutt is a 13.5 year old lab mix and really starting to show his age. My wife and I also got him when we got engaged so we will likely be as lost as you guys when his time comes. Thanks for sharing the story!
 
One more thing. @Lunch Box and @MiTremor906 your posts reminded me that I forgot to mention one more thing. It goes without saying (but I’m going to say it anyway), but I implore all of you to cherish every single moment you have with your dogs (and your loved ones for that matter) because you never know when they are going to be gone from your life. And do me a favor when any of you read this in the future. Please spoil your pup a little bit extra for me today.
 
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