We <3 you Loki.
Back at the end of march of 2015, we rescued a dog named "Loki" from the Midwest Animal Rescue. He came from a family who only had him for hunting, and didn't want him anymore because he couldn't do what they wanted him to. What a terrible reason to give up such a sweet dog.
He was 11 years old when we adopted him, and was at the beginning stages of lung failure. They estimated he had a little over a year to live, but we decided to take him anyways because he just looked like such a good dog.
Over the summer we brought him on our vacation to Canada with us, and he enjoyed swimming in the lake. We almost though he was going to swim away!
We could tell he was really having a hard time though.
We loved him so much, even though we had only had him for a few months, we knew it was time.
After bringing him to the Vet, they were almost sure he was going to suffer if we had him any longer. We went there just in time.
As we were putting him down, they had to give him 3 shots because he just wouldn't lay down haha. I was with him the whole time it happened, and never wanted to believe he was actually gone. Our best friend Loki passed away on Wednesday, September 23. We miss him dearly and would give anything for him to be with us again.
At least we know he is over the Rainbow Bridge and running healthy and free again.
We love and miss you Loki.
Here are a few images of our Loki. (The first two pictures were his adoption pictures)
Re: We <3 you Loki.
Particularly like this picture.
Sometimes life saves the best for last. Glad Loki found you.
Rest in peace, Loki.
Last edited by Sunak; 10-24-2015 at 10:44 PM.
Re: We <3 you Loki.
I'm glad he had a great end to his life. I admire you for taking in an elderly dog - it's always been a dream of mine to do the same.
Run free, Loki.
“Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.”
― Groucho Marx, The Essential Groucho: Writings For By And About Groucho Marx
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