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An animal fund forAngie Dog Wolfson

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Cremation Assistance for Angie Dog

Started by: Darie Wolfson

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Our Baby Girl Angie Dog crossed the rainbow bridge 6/11/19, at 11.5 years old. We will be taking her to Paws, Whiskers, and Wags to have a final visit with her followed by a private cremation. We are asking for donations for the following:

$250 cremation

$80 urn

$70 paw prints in clay

$200 to recoup medical bills already paid

 

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, both with this campaign and for all the love you have all showed both our Baby Girl and us over the years.

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Thank you so much to everyone who's given of their hearts to help us make this happen. We will be having a private final service with Angie on Monday, June 17.

Posted by Darie

June 12 at 5:00pm

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She gave us so much joy, so much laughter, so many goofy dog moments. She was, by far, the "goodest" dog anyone could have ever asked for. She had heartworm disease the first 8 years of her life, and overcame that to live to be 11.5 - which, for a rottie is really old. She loved children (she was always very protective of anyone's kids), her "baby" Maddie Midi Kitty, belly rubs, and most of all her Daddy. She had a bark that would scare the pants off a monster, and kisses that would melt even the iciest of hearts. She always forgave when we took long trips and didn't see her for a bit, and up until a few days ago still got a case of the zoomies a couple times a week. A piece of our hearts is forever gone. She is now with her brother Rocky, and our Alpha cat Sev, our baby black cat Snake Eyes, and many family/framily who are so excited to see her. We are absolutely torn apart, and it is going to take us some serious time to cope with the loss of two children in a month.

Posted by Darie

June 12 at 12:47am

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It's been a month since we unexpectedly had to say goodbye to our best boy Rocky. Angie has been sick with what we thought was some depression from losing Rocky, and an ear infection for the last week. She hadn't been eating or drinking anything for the last day, and this morning her tongue was swollen a bit. By the time Keith got home, her tongue was so swollen she could hardly pant. He rushed her to the vet, and I joined them as soon as I could. She had a fever of 105 F. It is possible there was an infection in her tongue. It is possible that it was a tumor. The treatment to figure out what was going on would have caused her significant distress and pain, and possibly not yield any answers. Keith and I made the hardest decision we have ever had to make in our lives. At around 7 pm tonight, our "Baby Girl" Angie Dog crossed the Rainbow Bridge, while in our arms and with us looking into her eyes.

Posted by Darie

June 12 at 12:47am

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  • Anonymous36 weeks ago
  • Anonymous36 weeks ago
  • Shannon L Melfi36 weeks ago
  • Rae McGinnis36 weeks ago Farewell Angie girl, thank you for having us in your life. Thank you for being a gentle giant to my son and the first big dog in a long time he felt safe with.
  • Raina Lambert36 weeks ago I'm so sorry for your loss Darie and Keith. I know how hard this is. Love you guys!
  • Anonymous36 weeks ago
  • Allison Charlesworth36 weeks ago Sending love, Darie.
  • Mindy Exline36 weeks ago
  • Jennifer MacRae36 weeks ago All dogs go to heaven
  • Amy Qualls36 weeks ago
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