I am so sorry for your loss. Daisy looked like a little sweety and your memorial of her is so beautiful. May you gain comfort in knowing she is with God now running and playing without sickness or pain until you meet again. My prayers are with you.
What a sweet tribute to such an adorable little girl. She was so fortunate to have you love and take care of her in her senior years. I know how much it hurts. It has been 5 months since we had to have Max, our min. schnauzer put down. He would have been 14 in Aug. Time is the healer but you will always remember her with a smile. My tears have finally turned to smiles.
All the kind words have helped so much. It's been so difficult. Very hard to be in my bedroom, as my Daisy girl loved hanging out on my bed, in front of the fan. Seems so wrong in not seeing her in her "spot". My little blind boy gets on the bed and sniffs all over for her. Although Daisy couldn't stand him (he kept walking into her) he loved her very much.
I am so sorry for your loss. Daisy was a beautiful dog. I wanted to let you know that we lost our Daisy Mae yesterday. She was a black and silver schnauzer and she weighed only 9 lbs. She was only 2 years old and she died from either a distemper shot or a rabies vacine. They said that her heart gave out. They made us move her from a hospital that closed at noon to another hospital, and she died in the car on the way. They should have never moved her. I needed to go on the chat room for some help. My husband and I are beside ourselves with grief and I know you are. When I saw that you have lost your beloved Daisy, I knew that I needed to contact you. I hope to hear from you soon.