03/12/16 - Memorial
Beryl, aka Cookie,
was given the chance to live out her life in comfort. She was cared
for and comforted till her last minute.
From her family:
Dear sweet Cookie,
We miss your kind soul, the time we had with you was sweet. We were
expecting to enjoy a longer time with you, to give you the things you
missed in your life. We just couldn't take seeing you suffer with the pain
any longer and regretfully had to let you go.
Our God now has you in his embrace and you will always safe. I
close my eyes and see your beauty. Your loving eyes will fill our hearts
forever. can see you in the sun, running with the wind. You can now
be safe and happy forever.
We have had other dog's and loved them all, each one loved in a different
way. Your leaving crushed our hearts. Saying goodbye to you has
reaffirmed our pledge to help, care for, and love those that God has
entrusted to us for the time they have left.
Goodbye sweet Cookie, we will meet again in heaven.
Thank you to Judy and David for giving this
senior her forever home.
Beryl has started some
medication for her arthritis and she has become much more active. She
is now participating in daily activities and jumping around. Her
foster mom feels she is more likely around 8-10 yrs old. Beryl is
happier than ever and ready for a forever home!
Beryl has been adjusting well
at her new foster home. She is living with a male dog, who she is very
tolerant with. Beryl is a sweet girl who loves to sit and watch things
outside in her yard. She will also follow her foster mom around the
house to keep her company. Beryl knows her commands and will sit,
stay, shake, and walk nicely on leash. She would do best in a home
without a lot of stairs. Beryl doesn't hold back her kisses and her
nub is always moving. She has been very friendly to everybody she has
met. Whatever makes her family happy is okay with Beryl, whether it is
going for a car ride or snoozing during the day.
All Beryl really needs is a warm bed and comfy place to sleep. She
is a sweet girl with so much love to give. Just one look into those
deep brown eyes and you will understand why she has stolen our hearts.
Adopt Beryl today and see for yourself how much she has to offer.
Beryl was found as a stray in New York and ended up at the shelter.
She is estimated to be around 12 years of age. Volunteers at the
shelter indicated that Beryl was super sweet, appeared housetrained, and got
around pretty well. She has arrived at her new foster home and is
settling in well. We will post a new update once her foster family
gets to know Beryl better.