we lost our beautiful Marley Mae March 15,2019 .We were out looking for bigger places for our babies with a bigger yard.She started coughing on the way to look at houses and got worse as the morning went on. We decided to get her to our vet and pass on the other houses. She died as we ran into the Docs office. My heart hurts so bad even now, they said it was her heart .He’s stopped and mine broke that day. We passed on the place we were looking at ,to many bad memories.
We only had her 2 years but she helped my heart heal after the loss of my Kasa who we had for 12 years . Our Spirit was having a hard time too so after 3 months we adopted Marley Mae. In just a few short hours she started to helped my heart start to heal. She was always quiet and shy but she was a lover always close to mom.
We had gone to look at a new bigger house and she started coughing and as the day went on it got worse. We drove as fast as we could to get her to our vet but it was to late she passed as we ran her in the office. Doc said it sounded like congestive heart failure ,not really sure but she was with us when she crossed the bridge and not home alone . We never have them long enough ,so love them as long as you have them.
Her Daddy and I rescued her at 11 months, we were her 4th and final home. We could never understand how anyone couldn’t love such a sweet soul, but we were so thankful for her waiting for us. She was a survivor, she beat cancer twice before it came back the final time, she bloated at 8 years old and survived, she was our precious 76 lb baby, and that was down from 85 lbs. She was my first Weimy, my heart, my sweet baby, that had no idea she was a dog. She was a Daddy’s girl from day one, and worshiped her Daddy, he that brought her to her to her loving home. Her Chocolate Lab sister Bailey, who she adored – crossed first in April 2017, and Friday, March 23, 2018, Nellie went to play with her sister at the Rainbow Bridge. We will miss our babies forever – Mommy and Daddy love you Sweet Nellie and Angel Bailey ~ Kisses to Bailey for us.
july 22, 2016:
a sad hello to all. we are in detroit mi to help my g’daughter with a project.
a local vet and my illinois vet have concluded that jacob marly is bleeding internally from liver and/or spleen. the prognosis is not good. he has stopped drinking and can only sleep eratically because of his compromised breathing.
i decided long ago that he should be put to rest as soon as his prognosis and quality of life become seriously compromised. my feelings do not matter and i am not going to maintain him for my own selfish motives while he suffers. i have made arrangements for jacob marly to be euthenized and scheduled for cremation at 5pm today by luv-n-care animal hospital medical staff.
jacob marly has been my constant friend and companion since adoption, january 9, 2007, from a local shelter back home. we had a long, exciting fun filled life togeather. he is loved by everyone, he never complained and he never said a bad word.
jacob marly – october 31, 2001 – july 22, 2016
14years 8months 22days for him; 102years 11month 21days for me.
jacob marley was proceeded in death by father joker donk syes and mother miss cotton hill molly.
with many tears,
For anyone questioning adopting I hope this helps.
We adopted my dear Skipper in 2003. He was called a “project” type of dog. He’d been abused by a puppy mill for a year and a half. To call him skidish that first year would be a huge understatement. When we first got him he took to my wife quickly but for me it took a bit longer. Through the years Skipper helped raise my 2 daughters and handled new baby scenarios beautifully. He was a constant low maintenance companion for the last 13 years and the best dog I have ever had. I miss him terribly and thought I would share this here in hopes it might convince someone to take a shot at adoption on what could turn out to be the best friend you will ever have!
Miss Bailey, you came into my life only 3 months old and we were best companions for almost 14 years. Your typical Weim strong headed, push, in-charge, yet gentle and soft personality won the hearts of anyone that met you. You were the most traveled gal and loved to experience new places with me over the years. Thank you for your unconditional love, companionship and goofiness. The memories of you stealing whole loaves of bread from counters, dad’s leftover rhubarb crisp and a half dozen ears of corn from grandmas sink make me laugh. Daily cuddles were special when you would climb and flip upside down with your head on my shoulder and we’d nap. I miss that! Run free and have fun times until we both meet again.