Message for the Rainbow Bridge

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My sweet first "baby", Rusty, passed away on February 2, 2015 at 12.5 years old. He ran the good race and his family will always miss him. Thanks very much for bringing him into our lives.

- Kelli Henderson

"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion." - Unknown
Donation in memory to Gold Coast Greyhound Adoptions from Dr. Janis Fullenwider, Tuscawilla Oaks Veterinary Hospital

Kersey Gappen - she was a wonderful friend for 14 years - she will be missed.

- Tammy Gappen

Mayson " May Not "
April 7th 1996 to December 25th 2007
Mayson, you were my beautiful boy
My first failed foster
My first senior
My only famous racer
Your Daddy Paul loved you so
and I loved you too
Words cannot express what you brought to our lives
You were a perfect gentleman
See you at the bridge beautiful angel

Love Mom and Dad

Whatever it takes I will remember you;
"I'll be there with you when your life is through"
There's a place in my heart that's there just for you,
And we'll meet again someday with a joyful roooooo.......!

- Hettie Ballweber

Fuzzy's Tomahawk (AKA Tommy)
Tommy was my 2nd greyhound. He came to my house as a foster for a week until he went up North to another group. I was looking for a 'small dark brindle male' so Judy was VERY surprised when I called her and told her I wanted to keep this tall, lanky white boy! He came into my home, found a squeeky toy and immediately laid on a dog bed and played. No pacing or nervousness! It was like he knew he was at home! He was also one of the happiest dogs I've ever seen! He loved people, he loved dogs, he loved life! He really captured my heart! I only had him with me for 18 months but he gave me so much joy! I will always miss him.

- Gayle

Benny - Atatscosita Allen
Our lives were changed by him forever. Every once in a long while, a really special bond forms with a dog that even death can't break. We were lucky he blessed our lives.

The Mednick Family