Topeka Nacida Ser Rojo
Faith died suddenly on the 10th March 2012.Post Mortem was inconclusive as it showed all organs healthy, no internal bleeds and nothing in throat. We are lost.
Faith has left a void that can never ever be filled. We love you and always will. Hopefully time will heal our broken hearts, until we see you again in your lovely red dress. Love mummy Jo and Granny Sue xxxxxxx
For Jo ..in memory of Faith ..love vik x
They say memories are golden
well maybe that is true.
I never wanted memories,
I only wanted you.
A million times I needed you,
a million times I cried.
If love alone could have saved you
you never would have died.
In life I loved you dearly,
In death I love you still.
In my heart you hold a place
no one could ever fill.
If tears could build a stairway
and heartache make a lane,
I'd walk the path to heaven
and bring you back again.
Our family chain is broken,
and nothing seems the same.
But as God calls us one by one,
Our chain will link again.
Accra Orinoco's Special
Here is the old guy pictured early this year at the training field, he just loved to come with us when training the youngsters,none of our treats were safe and lids had to be kept on. Diesel was a great dog,One of those dogs that would fit in with any family. I hold many many memories of this great little dog. A big thank you to Penny and Don Richards for allowing me to have Diesel,and introducing me to this wonderful breed, Sleep well my lad....
Topeka Union Pacific Boy
Owned and loved by Sue and Martin Rawlings, Alex and Jo.
Chino was born number one out of eight puppies from Grits first litter with Reno, and little did I know how special this litter was going to be.
Chino fell on his feet when he went to live with his mammy Sue and her husband Martin and boys Alex and Jo. They gave Chino a wonderful loving and active home, and this boy wanted for nothing. He competed in open obedience and flyball competitions, and was known with great affection as the Anchor man in the local flyball team, as he never missed catching the ball.
Chino became unwell after Christmas and within a week of being diagnosed with Acute Lymphatic Leukaemia it became clear that this short fight for life was lost. So its with great sadness that Sue has said goodbye to her Chino today. There will be heartache and tears, but I am sure as time heals Sue and her family will look back and remember Chino and smile.
Thinking about all of you