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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Best. Dog. Ever.















Chelsea
3/22/2002-10/10/2013

23 comments:

  1. That's the way to remember her. Looking good and lovin' her journey thru life with the best parents a furkid could have. I'm sure Pa & Big Ma are spoiling her rotten right now!!

    Sue, Kim, Frank, Max & Tyler

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  2. Wow so sorry to hear about your loss. We have been there and its not easy.

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  3. We are so sorry Al & Karen. Having and loving a cherished pet is one of the best things in your life and at times like this, one of the worse. She had a wonderful life with two people who couldn't have loved her more. You have such great memories to hold close to your hearts. Thinking of you......

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  4. So sorry to hear this news. Chelsea was the first family member we met when you were our neighbors at River Plantation in Sevierville:o)) She seemed so big and intimidating to a non-pet person!! But oh...what a sweatheart:o) Your photos really show what a special dog she was!!

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  5. Oh, Karen & Al, I'm so sorry to read this. I remember her from Sevierville too. What a sweetie. Hugs to both of you through this time.

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  6. So sorry...we've been there and know how horrible it is. Stay strong.

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  7. We are so sorry to hear this news, Karen & Al. She was beautiful and special and will be in your hearts forever. Our sympathies to you both.

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  8. So sorry to read this Karen and Al--your hearts must be so heavy! I loved the photo collage of Chelsea.

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  9. Sorry to hear this, guys! I know she's been struggling lately and in a better place, but I know you'll miss her! Very nice photo memories!

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  10. Oh this is so sad. My heart goes out to you both. She was such a sweetheart. What a wonderful memorial to her. You gave her a great life. Keep that in your heart.

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  11. We're so sorry for your loss. Furkids are family, and they take a little piece of us when they go. Thinking of you.

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  12. So sorry for your loss. Very beautiful tribute.

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  13. what wonderful memories of a beautiful time in your life. . .hugs!

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  14. As everyone else has said, we know how difficult it is to let a beloved firkid go. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this tough time. Cherish the great memories and know that she was blessed to have you in her life.
    Syl and Gin

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  15. We have been through the sorrow and pain you are going through. Just
    remember all the good times.
    Richard and Bonnie

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  16. I'm behind on blogs so I just saw this post.

    I am so very sorry about your loss. We know first hand how it feels. It sure looks like she had a very enjoyable life. I only recently discovered that golden retrievers were the best dogs ever! If we ever get another dog, it will be a golden.

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  17. Haven't been on blogs lately but wanted to tell you how sorry I am to hear of your loss. The love and joy we share with our furkids is unlike anything else and the pain of their loss is immense. May your sorrow turn to happy memories as the days go by.

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  18. So sorry to see this post. Sure is rough to loose them.

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  19. A beautiful tribute to your sweet one. I can imagine the tears that flowed when you were assembling this montage of a life well lived. My husband's yellow lab guide dog (the OTHER best.dog.ever) left us on 7/18/13. He would have been 13 in November. The grief has been almost overwhelming at times, and yet, we feel his spirit with us all the time. Love is eternal. May you find comfort during this difficult time.

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  20. So sorry for your loss. Your tribute for Chelsea is beautiful. We lost our female Westie this summer, so I know the pain you are feeling.

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