Wyatt

by Kent
(Phoenix, AZ)

Wyatt was a stray found wandering my neighborhood in terrible shape. He was filthy, covered with dried blood, and had a case of tick fever that had been left untreated for years.

We instantly connected and he became my best friend and constant companion if only for two short years. He always seemed so grateful for even the smallest act of kindness. I know that he had been abused and neglected due to the mental and physical scars he displayed.

He was unfamiliar with affection but quickly became a very loving dog. He was treated like royalty for the last two years of his life.

Wyatt was born with only one kidney that was severely compromised by the tick fever that had been left untreated. Even with the best possible care, he left us on January 9th.

Our lives will never be the same without his soulful gaze and unconditional love.

R.I.P. Little Buddy! Your are sorely missed!

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Big Heart
by: Nicole (little mans moma)

It says a lot about a person when you take in a stray. Most of the time the "strays" become some of the best companions anyone could ask for.

Be happy in knowing that you gave your baby a loving home to spend his last years at. I'm sure you were his hero. Cherish the memories and know he loved you.

Thank You!
by: Joyce (Jelly's Owner)

Your post is a wonderful example of why it is so great to adopt a dog.

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