Chloe, my precious Lhasa Apso
My baby went to Rainbow Bridge today. She is now eating anything she wants, and as much as she wants, and she is running and playing her little heart out at the bridge. She was a special little girl, and was very brave and loved life so much through all of her illnesses. Even as an old lady she was still such a beautiful girl. My Vet always told me I would know when it was time, and this morning I knew. My Mom called to say she could not stand up this morning and she would not let my Mom pick her up off of the bed to get down. I knew then, it was time. I never expected to have her almost thirteen years (June 15th she would have been 13), but she always pulled through after every illness, she loved life so much. She had a ferocious appetite, and never once, as sick as she was at times, did she not want to eat. I think that’s what kept her going through it all. Up until 6 months ago, she still played like a puppy. I can’t believe she went down hill so fast. She always loved her toys, and knew the name of every toy she had. We would say “go get your bear”, and she would bring the bear, “go get you chicken”, and she would bring the chicken. If we didn’t want her to know what we were saying, like treat or bed, or Vet., we would spell it. Eventually, she would learn what we were spelling, and we would have to find a new way to say or spell the word. She was the smartest little dog I have ever had. We loved her so; she was a spoiled little princess. It hurts so much, but she will always be with us. She had a great life and was loved very much. You will always be in our hearts little Chloe and will be missed everyday by Mommy, Grammy, Daddy Brent, Uncle Jerry, and Lily Rose.