This page is dedicated to all of the furbabies
who have crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2010.
Here, we honor those newest angels in that meadow across the Bridge.
All angels are welcome here, for they were well-loved.
identifies a newly listed fur ANGEL...
Lisa and Pete
Abby T. Westie
1996 - 1/6/10
"She was the "bestest ever girl," deeply
loved and dearly missed."
Sept. 1, 1991 - January 14, 2010
18 years, 4 months
"She was one of a kind. She truly rolled her own. She was my little girl for 18 years and 4 months.
Rest in peace, miss Chickabee."
Bouvier des Flandres
5/4/1997 - 2/3/2010
"Cluny, my beloved Bouvier des Flandres...
was a true alpha bitch, not terribly large, very sharp and alert, with good eyesight,
high prey drive and a love of water. She dominated the other dogs, went about 50-50
with my husband (whom she loved nevertheless) and reluctantly acknowledged my
alpha-bitch-plus status, while still preferring to sleep on my pillow rather
than at the foot of the bed."
CH. McChree's Starlight Express
4/19/96 - 2/5/10
"I am going to miss my boy who has been with me since he was a wee pup of only 9 weeks.
He got his championship with 4 majors and was owner/breeder handled the whole way. He started
into obedience but it was just not his thing. Webs was too much of a clown and is probably now
haming it up at the Bridge."
RB February 8, 2010
Bob and Linda Bugle
1995 - February 10, 2010
RB February 19, 2010
"In loving gratitude for the finest equine companion a horse-lover could ever have . . ."
"After 19 years, it's hard to imagine this farm without her."
RB February 20, 2010
KinRoss Scottish Terriers
RB February 21, 2010
Keipat Wee Miss Lizzy B
1999 - February 23, 2010
Mickey & Doug Tickner
Ch. MistyMoors Tony's Candy Angel
10/02/97 - 03/15/10
12 1/2 yrs
Dear Lord, please open your gates
and call St. Francis
to come escort this beloved companion
across the Rainbow Bridge.
Assign her to a place of honor,
for she has been a faithful servant
and has always done her best to please me.
Bless the hands that send her to you,
for they are doing so in love and compassion,
freeing her from pain and suffering.
Grant me the strength not to dwell on my loss.
Help me remember the details of her life
with the love she has shown me.
And grant me the courage to honor her
by sharing those memories with others.
Let her remember me as well
and let her know that I will always love her.
And when it's my time to pass over into your paradise,
please allow her to accompany those
who will bring me home.
Thank you, Lord,
for the gift of her companionship
and for the time we've had together.
And thank you, Lord,
for granting me the strength
to give her to you now.
- Brandy Duckworth, 1998
'With Much Love For Sharing Your Life With Us'
From Mom, Dad and Sister
Mike, Candi, and Binki
Ch Gryndlscot Beaver Moon
Nov 4,1998 - Mar 19, 2010
"Rest in Peace my beautiful "Mr Boo".
I love you so much it hurts & I
will always cherish those memories."
Winterbrook Scottish Terriers CKC Reg'd (1980)
Co-owned & Bred by Linda St. James
June 22, 1999 - April 8, 2010
Anne & James Duston
RB April 14, 2010
"- he was so full of scottie-tude, life, loved being here in the country
with the world at his paws.
He was so happy....
Rest in peace Roochie-pooch.
Mommy, AC and Mary love you!"
McIntosh Glenlivet Thornhill
RB April 19, 2010
"Farewell my precious MacMac!! We loved you with all of our hearts and soul."
CH Besscots Barrister
Keipat Scottish Terriers
CH Keipats Winalot
July 7, 1995 - April 20, 2010
14 yrs. 9 mos.
Keipat Scottish Terriers
10-22-98 - 04-22-10
"My Sassy Sadie, Queen of the Last Word, crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.
I held her and whispered I love you in her ear even though she was deaf. Sadie
brought to us so much joy for 13 1/2 years. She was an independent spirit,
loved to ride in the car, had to have a whole seat to herself, the last word
and had us so trained to fulfill her every wish. When she spoke, we asked and
complied. Our couch will never be the same as that was her throne and the door
ways if she chose to park there. She would not move, you stepped over.
Sadie was a true Scottie fighting her illness this last year. The cancer just
got bigger than her. We were very blessed to have been appointed her care taker,
understanding that she was on loan from the Heavens above. Today she returned.
I know she was greeted with an abundance of wagging tails, Ruffles, Casey, Andy
and Tucker along with a host of others she has met along the way.
We feel such a void, our hearts hurt. We miss her so much.
Hugs and Kisses to you Sweet Sadie.
Margy and Randy Tucker
April 14, 1998 - May 1, 2010
"We bid goodbye today to Bohdi as his battle with Cancer caught up with him and he was too weak to continue...
There are no words for how I feel, other than you have all been through this too.
Bohdi knew when we rescued him from the high rise in Manhatten overlooking the river,
1 block from the world trade center, god was looking out for him. We rescued him before 2001.
Four of the Tucker Scottie's are rescue's, when adding to your pack listen to your heart and remember ~~
"Saving just one dog won't change the world, but it will change the world for that one dog."
Glenda and Ted Tucker
RB May 20, 2010
Brenda & Graham Marsh
RB May 22, 2010
July 3, 1995 - May 22, 2010
"Mo was loved by all who met her and loved everyone in return. She passed after a
wonderful day with many of her scottie friends and family. She joins her littermates Seren,
Ridge, Jet and Licorice and especially her beloved sister and companion, Ceili."
"We miss her terribly but are happy for every day she was with us."
Colleen and Jim Shea
Feb. 10, 2003 - June 18, 2010
I Stood By Your Bed Last Night
I stood by your bed last night,
I came to have a peek.
I could see that you were crying,
You found it hard to sleep.
I whined to you softly
as you brushed away a tear,
"It's me, I haven't left you,
I'm well, I'm fine, I'm here."...
I was close to you at breakfast,
I watched you pour the tea,
You were thinking of the many times,
your hands reached down to me.
I was with you at the shops today,
Your arms were getting sore.
I longed to take your parcels,
I wish I could do more.
I was with you at my grave today,
You tend it with such care.
I want to reassure you,
that I'm not lying there.
I walked with you towards the house,
as you fumbled for your key.
I gently put my paw on you,
I smiled and said "it's me."
You looked so very tired,
and sank into a chair.
I tried so hard to let you know,
that I was standing there.
It's possible for me
to be so near you everyday.
To say to you with certainty,
"I never went away."
You sat there very quietly,
then smiled, I think you knew,
in the stillness of that evening,
I was very close to you.
The day is over...
I smile and watch you yawning
and say "good-night, God bless,
I'll see you in the morning."
And when the time is right
for you to cross the brief divide,
I'll rush across to greet you
and we'll stand, side by side.
I have so many things to show you,
there is so much for you to see.
Be patient, live your journey out ...
Then come home to be with me.
"Daisy....you were the first Scottie I ever owned...you showed me more then anyone.
You made me laugh and kept me warm and night. If I could have saved you I would have.
I will see you again..
I love you always Punkin...
We miss you."
RB June 21, 2010
25 yrs old
"I don't think I even believed that Major Tom would ever die. He's never been sick one
day of his 25 years. He's just always been there, over half my life. He's lived through so many of my scotties.
I remember how Max used to walk right up to him, and Major Tom would pull one of Max' hairs from his beard.
Max would jump back in surprise, and then walk right back up to Major Tom and let him do it again. Cassie used
to arroo at him while he talked to her. Dillon would just watch him, like he couldn't figure out why he was in jail.
My favorite Major Tom memory was one evening while we were eating spaghetti for dinner, and Major Tom was on
the table. He kept eyeing the food with interest. I thought he might walk to my plate and take a bite, but boy was
I wrong. He jumped and landed right in the middle of my plate of sphagetti. He was covered in sauce, but he was one
happy bird as he was cleaning his feathers.
Major Tom, I hope you are at the Bridge with all your wonderful Scottish friends, and give Max's beard a
tug for me."
CH. Anstamm Just Say No
4/24/99 - 6/29/10
"Here's to you, princess, you enriched our lives and we love you and miss you."
August, 1996 - July 3, 2010
April 18, 2001 - July 6, 2010
"Thank you God for letting me care and love
this little dog for the 9 years he was with me.
Until we meet again my little pink eared bunny boy.
Go get your lizard."
Karen Donnelly-Draak & John Draak
CH. Top Brass Windsor Castle
March 22, 1996 - July 16, 2010
Marilyn Garfield & Margaret E. Plumb
10 yrs old
"RIP Sir Angus, we love you, and we are so blessed to have you in our lives!"
Laurel and family
Karey of Little Bit Farm CGC
April 8, 1997 - August 3, 2010
"She was my right hand helper. We put
up a lot fence that summer. She carried white paint speckles on the top of her
head a lot. Lots of pictures of her with fawns. She was my foot warmer on
camping trips, she slept in the bottom of the sleeping bags. Lap warmer while
sitting in the barn on foal watch. She was always my bed dog, tucked up close."
"She was the grand dam of the farm. Always ready for a walk. Always ready to jump
up and lick an unsuspecting human nose as they bent down to greet her. She was
also willing to tell any dog, size didn't matter, where to go. Anything for a
car ride. Tried to convince her that a pony cart was a good thing to ride on but
she didn't buy that."
"Went down to the creek.... Out of no where, 2 white doves appeared. Haven't seen
doves here in a couple years. They took 3 or 4 quick circles above us and then
headed north. Can only assume that she and Darby are up to mischief someplace.
Was hoping she would be here to guide her nieces and nephew in their lessons,
but it was not meant to be."
RB August 21, 2010
15 yrs old
Goodbye to our little old lady, may you be chasing kitties and dancing the doggy
2 step with Prince Maxxie on the other side of the bridge.
RB August 24, 2010
2 yrs old
"My heart is just about ready to burst."
Marilyn & Gerry
Bonnie Prince Billy
July 11, 1995 - August 25, 2010
Joan Delli Carpini
Inter.CH Arabellas Voyager
RB September 4, 2010
RB September 11, 2010
"The Scottie Doc"
Destiny's D Discovers Jazz
RB September 16, 2010
"She was definitely a Mama's girl... I loved her heather scent, her big bedroom
slipper feet, and how she would let me snuggled her at night. She will be missed so
very much and always be loved."
Wynnedham's Molly Malone
4-20-98 to 9-24-10
"Molly was a darling girl. We always called her, "Molly, she who incited to riot"
for as a youngster she was so much fun and mischief. We were always laughing at her antics.
She was feisty compared to the always "dignified" Angus, Seamus, Megan and Brewster. She
always wanted to be alpha and had too settle for fourth place in the Main Line Five. She
loved children and folded her ears "origami style" and squiggled with joy over having a
grandchild's visit. When Brewster came to live with us Molly became his Mum and this was
her baby. She was gentle and loving and watched over him.
With all the tears we cherish the memories of this precious girl, our first little
"Sweetie Wheatie" we count ourselves blessed that we had the honor of having her in our home
and hearts. "
Ruth & Johnny Wynne
"She was always by my side, a ready head to rest my hand on. Never cross,
the perpetual tail rotation like a helicopter blade, the little growls almost like
a loud purr would greet me every morning. Little front legs lifting off the floor
in pure happiness, my little low rider.
Sheer bliss in receiving yet another woobie to shake and destuff, pure delight in a
good chew treat."
"All these memories I hold close to my heart this night and forever
more. She was the most observant dog, scanning the skies and barking furiously at
crows and jets alike warning them from Libby airspace. She was a delightful loving
companion and it just wasn't enough time."
" So this is to you sweet one. Wait for me at the Gate."
Karen Donnelly-Draak & John Draak
"Sparcky was our 'Momdog'. I don't know what I will do now, Sparcky helped me
mother all the Scotties. He bathed them every day, laid with them when they were sick,
and show them how to be a member of the pack. We love you and miss you already Mr. Sparcky,
your Woof, was so deep and so loud no one would come into our home unannounced.
Scottie Breeder & Exhibitor
Loganbell Handsome Laddie
23/9/2001 - 11/10/2010
"He was such a lovely boy. Such a gentleman. Would never go to bed without me, would always
walk closer to the road than me. He loved chasing tennis balls and playing. He was the perfect dog."
Dianne and Adara van Dulken
RB October 18, 2010
"Rest in peace Holly Berry and we will be reunited again."
RB October 23, 2010
Barb & Mark Reyner
Feb. 28, 1996--Oct. 22, 2010
"She was such a special, special, special girl.
She was 14 yrs. 8 mos. old....had a wonderful, long, happy life (I was so fortunate to have
her so long)...and she enriched my life in ways that I cannot explain in words."
"RIP, sweet Allie, my darling. I will see you again, and until I do,
know how much I thank you for being such a wonderful dog, for being MY dog,
and know how much you will be missed until we meet again."`
Firebrand Scottish Terriers
One-Eyed Jack of My Heart
8/19/01 - 11/03/10
Diana and Tony Cooper
April 30, 1998 - Nov. 23, 2010
"My heart is broken. I don't know how I am going to exist without my dear Molly.
The only bright spot in all of this is my vision of her running and playing with Marilyn
in heaven. I know Marilyn is so happy to have her wonderful Molly back."
Don & Marilyn Blasche
7-22-01 to 11-27-10
"We are so thankful and blessed for the short time we had with both our Boyz.
We're also glad that they are together again frapping around together on the other side of the Bridge."
Marcia & Kevin Getty
November 21, 2001 - November 29, 2010
Rescued 2006 ... Forever Home March 2007
"Quinn curled up into my arms and rested his head on my forearm and I played
IZ's "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" for him on my iPhone.......... Rest well my brave little Scot, Grady and I will miss you so much."
RB December 2, 2010
Jim Goble described his friend ,Jim, and the rescue Scot, Beamy:
"he and Jim are best of buds...he is the mascot at Jim's store,
with patrons bringing their children in, and I think for themselves, too,
to see Beamy. In addition, Jim manages a 2nd run theatre, and Beamy is usually
in attendance at their weekly meetings, and at times has sat on a seat and
watched the movie as it is being previewed. Obviously, a match made in heaven for them,
for all of us!"
August 23, 1999-December 6, 2010
"I will remember you
You will remember me
As your life passed on by
Weep not for the memories
Remember the good times that we had?
They slipped away so quickly
The first day you came to us
I knew I was yours and you were mine
I will remember you
You will remember me?
The sweet things you did
your love never hid
I'm so tired but I can't sleep
Thinkin' of you with love so deep
It's funny how we feel so much but we cannot say a word
We are screaming inside, but we can't be heard
I'm was afraid to love you, and so afraid to lose
Clinging to a past that doesn't let me choose
There were dark, deep, and endless nights
You gave me everything you had, oh you gave me light
I will remember you
Sweet Tigger always true
Until that day does come
And we'll finally be together home
Weep not for the memories
And I will remember you
You will remember me?
The sweet memories, the sweet memories
Oh how I loved you Tigger darling; you came to us when you
were just 2 years old, so very afraid of things and especially men.
I held you close and told you that there would never be anything to
fear again in the life you would live with us.
You were a beautiful silver brindle boy and you stuck so very
close to me from day one so I nicknamed you my velcro squirrel; oh that
everyone could experience the love and faithfulness of a canine companion
such as yourself; you did not want me out of your sight at all. Even when
I sneezed you would come and put your paws on me and look deeply into my
eyes to be sure I was okay. You lived a life full of zest with all the other
Sprinklescots and welcomed each newcomer with not a bit of malice at all.
You shared your toys, your food, your bed and anything that any of the others
might want; oh but that we humans could only be half as nice as the furkid that you were.
You have now been welcomed at the bridge I know by Skara Brae, Dundee,
Kerrye Skye, Ebonye, Winnie, Mattie, Smokey and Kellar and the circle is now
complete; you were part of the total of 8 that were here at one time together and such
joyous times we had then. Yall are now all together again and catching up on everything
that has happened. Have fun sweet darling boy and tell all the others about the fun things
you did here on earth and catch them up on their family here who still loves each and every
one of them dearly.
We will always love you dear sweet Tigger the Terrier and will miss you beyond
belief; you fought a very courageous battle and were a very valiant lad right up until the end.
You are now in the arms of the angels; rest sweetly my beloved boy.
Until we meet again my sweet boy "I will always love you"
Linda & Doug Sprinkle, Annie Kel and Mornay
RB December 25, 2010
Dayna and Randy Williamson
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