Oskar Meister Weiner

by Pat Meister
(Lillian AL)

It has been almost a year since you left for The Rainbow Bridge, and I still miss you terribly. Thank you for sharing your life with me for 16.75 years.

Taking you to Dr. Langston was the hardest thing I've had to do, and you were such a sweet old gentleman to the end. You were, by far, the best Christmas gift I've ever received, and you will live in my heart always.

Zeppo just turned 15 and has a bad back now, so I imagine it won't be too terribly long until he joins you. Oh, how he grieved for you in the beginning, but he had Cosmo to snuggle with.

My little family of Dachshunds is getting smaller. When Zep and Cos have joined you at the Rainbow Bridge, I'll put you three in the same urn so that you can be together just as in life.

I loved you so very much, little stubborn, comical dog!

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So Sad
by: faye

Your story made me so sad I had a little cry. Oskar must have been a wonderful companion and friend. I'm sure you did everything to make his life happy.

My sincere condolences.

Wiener Dogs are the best
by: B & J

Thank you for sharing your memorial about your Oskar and about his 2 other doxie pals. We just lost the last of our mighty dachshund triad last week, so I well know how much humor and joy doxies add to one's life, and how immensely sad it is when they die.

Our last beautiful old blind doxie with the heart of gold passed from us and thus ended 21 years of pleasure, love, joy and fun we had with these 3 special wiener dogs. Ours rest together on a hill under the shade of ancient oak trees.

Rest in peace, all you sweet dachshunds everywhere.

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