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Memories of Sadie Ringleb
Sadie Bear -- Puppy Sayd
You have my heart. My Puppers. My best friend. My best girl. My Comma.
You loved laying & basting in the sunshine. You cocked your head when we said pizza, chees or walks outside. I lay on the floor and would rile you up -- you would rear back and bark when I would spin you around. You let me bite your ears and bit me back. My spunky girl.
You fit in my hand -- you had my heart. You brought us life and torment in Texas but you were always our Sadie Bear. You ate a duck egg and gave us a great scare. You stayed awake and rode with us to the highway Wendy's. You lay at my feet when I got ready during college. You came with us to each home.
In 2000, we brought Baby Min home and you had a new best friend. You and Minnie were inseparable, you both ran in the dachshund races. New jobs, new places, and new challenges -- you had our hearts when I lost my Gragra, you found me weeping on the floor and you sat, licked and laid your head over my neck. You loved me not matter what. You saw us grow, gain weight, fight and you just loved us. Mowing the lawn will never be the same without my girls.
We even brought home 3 strange little babies and you loved them.
I saw your bones hurt, you knocked around the house and found the brown rug, I saw your eyes fade but you knew it was me. You were still with us and you were such a strong girl. You loved your walks but that all faded away.
When God came for your best friend, Minnie, in September 2014, you stayed with us. You gave us more time even til the end. You have my entire heart my Baby Sadie, my Sadie bear.

love this story:
"People are born so that they can learn how to live a good life -- like loving everybody all the time and being nice, right?"
The six-year-old continued, "Well, dogs already know how to do that, so they don't have to stay as long."

Dogs come into our lives to teach us about love, they depart to teach us about loss. A new dog never replaces an old; it merely expands the heart. If you have loved many dogs, your heart is very big. --E. Jong

"...when you think your dog has died, it has just fallen asleep in your heart. And, by the way, it is wagging its tail madly, you see, and that's why your chest hurts so much and you cry all the time. Who would not cry with such a happy dog wagging its tail in their chest. Ouch!...But they only wag when they wake up. That's when they say: 'thanks boss! Thanks for the warm place to sleep and always next to your heart, the best place." --"Dogs Never

2/11/2016 - it has been a year and I miss you no less. I know you are at peace but I love you. I love you so much my sweet baby and can't wait to see you again.

2/14/18 - it has been 3 years. I love you, bear. No one could take your place and I can't wait to see you again. I love you sweet girl

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