VALE ........ Of JRTCA Registered Dogs For Members who wish to give their loyal K9 friends a final Tribute ........ " Dogs are not our whole Life, but they make our Lives whole "
IN LOVING MEMORY OF NANGADOO JADE ......26/11/98 - 6/10/14 Your food bowl sits empty, Our house is extra quiet. Your bed is now unslept in, Your jacket hung up by the fire. To Us you were not just a dog- You were our Furry Kid. For 17 years we loved you, And love us back you did. We are missing you so much already, Jadey-Poo
Nangadoo JADE, bred by Barry Height, Owned by P&A Schleef
R.I.P Beautiful Girl XXXX Owned by Paul & Allison Schleef
In Loving Memory of ASPEN HEATHCLIFFS CHOICE ( Cliffie ) ...... 22/03/1997 - 05/10/2014 Aspen Heathcliffs Choice came into the world with all four legs stretching upward. Goody I thought, I have always wanted a jack russell with long legs, on that day I had no idea just how long those legs were going to be. We just loved him and he loved us. We doubt you would ever find a dog with a better temperament, so tolerant of Dimity who gave him hell when she was young. As one of four in our household he just was happy with them all. He was a lover of teenage girls, when walking on the track behind our home if he met a dog with one of the above he would almost melt. Cliff was born under an unlucky star, his mother was killed when he was 20 days old, he suffered with pancreatitis from a very early age, was hit by a car as a young dog at the Obedience club we attended but nothing ever stopped him. He had a bad fall and injured his spine he quietly spent nine weeks in a crate. We would take him outside when necessary and he would come back in and walk straight into his crate, such a patient boy. Cliff would like to have been a mighty hunter but was too big to fit down holes, he was an enthusiastic Fancy Dress participant and he loved lure racing. The Boy Scouts’ basketball games will be uninterrupted now and the golf club members will tee off undisturbed, he wanted to join in everything particularly in the sand bunker. He was such a happy boy and never really caused much bother in all those years. I was the one who wanted him from the start but he was always Ron’s dog, can’t imagine how many kilometers they clocked up over the 17 years. Right up to the last Cliffie had Ron well trained as to when and where they would walk. On his last morning he watched Ron take Dimity for a walk, he just watched them go and then settled back with me. He’d had enough and his farewell at the vet’s was peaceful. Cliffie was a wonderful friend that we will never forget. Dimity looks for him. DAY AFTER DAY THE WHOLE DAY THROUGH WHEREVER OUR ROAD INCLINED FOUR FEET SAID “I’M COMING WITH YOU” AND TROTTED ALONG BEHIND ~~~
Owned and Dearly Loved and missed by Val and Ron Goldsmith