||Deceased, Seven years old|
||Greenville, North Carolina, USA|
was such a special boy. Shortly after he turned seven he was diagnosed
with lymphoma. Two and a half months later he went to the Rainbow Bridge. He
was just starting to get a few grey hairs on his muzzle. My heart is not only
broken, but crushed.
He was our second Boxer. The great nephew of our first Boxer who lived until
he was eleven. He was extremely smart and curious about everything. Always at our
side following us around afraid he was going to miss something. I always said
that he wanted to know what I was doing, why I was doing it and what he could
do to help. That's a typical Boxer!
He is missed so much! My house is not the same without him. I told him that I
knew he would send me another Boxer baby to love when the time was right and
oddly enough after doing my homework and making some phone calls I was lead
to a lady who had just bred her female with a champion. I soon found out that
her female was Murphy's half sister! I could not believe it! Who would have
thought? So Murphy was at work already sending me a new baby. I am first on
her list for a male puppy due in April.
It is so unfortunate that dogs don't live as long as they should. Their
unconditional love is the best love that anyone could ever experience.
Thank you Murphy for giving me that love and letting me share it with another
Boxer. You will never be replaced, but I will expand my heart and be happy to
honor you by being a good mom to another Boxer.