Age: 23 Years Sex: Male Weight: 11-25 lbs
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March 27th 1993
When people pet the top of his head, when a family member leaves the house, and when stuff gets moved and he bumps into it because of his cataracts.
His leash - it means he is going for a ride.
Whatever we are eating.
Down the street.
If you ask him "Would you rather be married or dead?" he rolls over. He can shake. He dips his paw in the water for Mom to take him in the pool. He can get his own towel.
We got Sunny through a breeder, Dorice Dobish.
Sunny is the most loving dog. When he was a puppy, he used to drag everything in his crate - from phone books to shoes. He had a total shoe fetish and loved chewing sandal straps. He is over that now and just likes to cuddle. In the summer, he lays outside on the patio table under the umbrella or lets Mom carry him in the water. He is so well-behaved. He even scratches to go outside if he has to puke. It is sad that he has diabetes now. We love him so much. We'd do anything for Sunny!
Just plain sweet
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January 3rd 2007 5:05 pm
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Our sweet friend is gone. No more wagging tail. No more shoes ripped apart. No more days relaxing by the pool with his furry little body curled up against me. Sunny is gone. Sunny just wasn't a dog. Sunny was a friend, my mother's second child. We took our beautiful Sunny to the vet today. He had another seizure last night. He's been diabetic because of steroids for his back problems. His back problems were cured by the Water Cure, however the steroids left him with incurable diabetes. He hadn't been able to keep food down for five days. His stomach didn't even show up on the X-rays because it had collapsed. The vet said that Sunny wanted to go, that most dogs would have given up, but Sunny was hanging on for us. So we let him go and returned home to pictures of Sunny everywhere, an empty dog bed, a leash coiled on the tiles where he had carried it, and a lot of memories and sorrow. Sunny, we will never forget you and you will always be loved and missed.
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