Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Lone Wolf Mcdrifter

Sometimes you need to break something in order for it to heal and grow.

Well Bella rolled out yesterday, and I am a little sad about that. I still
find myself looking behind me waiting for her to catch up as I walk.
Now to use a tired but true cliche (as most cliches go they are true)
you don't know what you got till its gone. But I have felt this way before
lonely and missing that's what led to Bella in the first place. She went to a good
home with some old folks, that lost their dog about a year ago and did not have the time
or energy to train a new one, so Bella being well trained and awesome fits in nicely,
plus its a fact that people who own pets live longer happier lives. They promised to keep her trim
so she can live a long life. I am desperately wanting to head over to the doggy death row and
liberate a comrade, but I don't think I am quite ready yet and what if I can't get the next one
to be as awesome and cannot place it in a good home?? I really should not think like that because I
am the bestest at getting dogs to excel!!! Bella just wanted me to tell all the wonderful dogs
(and people) she got to meet while on the road, that  she has a yard, her own couch, and bed,
also farewell and thanks for not eating me.....


  1. Wow, I bet that couple wasn't expecting to leave a camping weekend with a new dog. Good for you!

    ~ The Tuckerbag ~

  2. Be proud that you gave her a new life while with you and now with her new folks. When the time is right you will liberate another new companion. Am proud of you x

  3. No but they left happy and will come back thats what customer service is all about

  4. I know Bella will live happily ever after! I hope she won't miss the exciting life of a road dawg!

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    Cyndi & Stumpy @ RVly Ever After

  5. hmmmm the link didn't show up... dogsindanger.com