Sunday, May 31, 2009

RIP Daisy.

The world's sweetest dog.

Daisy's first day home (8 weeks), after we picked her up from the breeder and immediately shocked her by trying to give her the first bath. She was not what I would call a brave dog, ever. But that water scared the bejeesus out of her. I have never seen a tiny slippery puppy run so fast.

After a few days of completely ignoring her, Jackson finally lets her come snuggle up to him.

Nom. Nom. Nom.

Uncle Flick wrastles.

Learning how to share is a two way street.


Double trouble.

Daisy assumes the position. She would stare through the kitchen window, compelling me to let her inside.

Sunning herself on the patio.

Both Daisy and Jackson love to travel.

Where she slept, every night of her life after 8 weeks.

Wine tasting in Malibu. Helping us to handle the loss of our dear friend Slim.

At the vet, during the Great Sock Incident of 2009.

Home after the surgeries. In her last few weeks she rested happily, retained her beautiful ebullient spirit and ate like the proverbial horse.

You are already missed.


Jason said...

Miss you, Daisy.

Cara said...

Pleasant journeys, sweet Daisy. My thoughts are with you all.

Unknown said...

What a lovely tribute to a noble dog.

Although their time with us here is much too short, the abundance of passion for life and for love that they share with us lasts a lifetime.

For that, we are blessed.

My deepest sympathies.

MyLastBite said...

So sorry for your loss. My dogs are my KIDS, and bring so much joy into every moment.

Daily Gluttony said...

I am so, so, SO sorry to hear that. My thoughts are with you. *hugs*

Anonymous said...

Daisy, you will be missed. Please accept my condolences. =( You guys are the best parents ever.



Anonymous said...

Have fun in the great meadow in the sky, Daisy!

- Mori

JTD said...

So sorry for your loss. Know that you did the right thing and look forward to your new Greyhound! Few things are more rewarding than rescuing a dog.

pleasurepalate said...

I just wanted to give you my condolences. I know how hard it is to lose a pet. :(

Kristine G. said...

♥ Daisy & L.

"If having a soul means being able to feel love and loyalty and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans"~James Herriot

ECS said...

aw, my condolences. It looks like she had a great life with you.

meggie moo said...

Daisy Daisy... we have had tears even in Blighty, love is sent from god daughter- Daisy was special

TonyC said...

God bless Daisy...