For those who have gone on to the Rainbow Bridge

A Listing of those on the Remembrance Pages
Begining on Jan 1, 2002

A Listing of those on the Remembrance Pages
Begining on Jan 1, 2001 to December 31, 2001


10/14/94 - 12/07/05

You died without much warning, although maybe we missed the signs,
you are missed and loved, till we meet on the bridge. Goodbye 'ole friend.
D & M Mann.

14/3/1992 - 1/11/2005
Today to preserve dignity and avoid suffering we said goodbye to 'Elka' at 13 years 7 1/2 months of age. Foundation of my Barbelka family of Norwegian Elkhounds.
Eskamere Yarla at Barbelka was bred by the late Ann Heward and Hans Wreschner and was by Eskamere Solo at Ravenstone x Rosabarr Katie.
Go say hello to Ann.

12/14/1993 - 10/17/2005
Brandy was my first elkhound and my first dog as an adult. She definitely kept me on my toes when she was younger since she was a hunter, an escape artist, a barker and a chewer. She was also the sweetest little girl that anyone could ask for and was a great communicator. She had different sounds for everything and over time I learned what each little noise meant so I didn't even have to look at her to know what she wanted. Up until her last few weeks she was still very happy and energetic and for that I am so thankful. She will be greatly missed.

5/27/91 -- 2005
"I still remember getting a call from her breeder that the puppies were coming and did I want to come and watch them being born. I don’t remember the drive there but I do remember holding a freshly born puppy all slick and squirmy and I was in love. Tasha taught me so much about dogs in general and elkhounds in particular. I bought her as a pet puppy and we started in obedience then agility. We even tried herding and tracking. But her favorite activity was meeting people. She loved when we had booths at festivals and shows because she could go around and kiss all the kids and smooze with their parents. In the end old age caught up with her and I had to hold her and let her go. The day she left she took a piece of my heart with her. May she be comfortable and happy at the Rainbow Bridge.
Love always, Kris"

09/28/88 - 11/02/2004
Misha was the sweetest most gentle natured dog I have ever had. He loved everyone and everything. He easily made friends with other dogs, as well as horses, goats and all other animals. His curious beautiful brown eyes are still so vivid in my mind and heart. When living in Connecticut and Virginia he loved hiking with us and plopping down in a nice cold stream in the winter. He had his weak moments of chewing up a couch or two and garbage can diving, even if it was just to tear up tissues.....oh yeah, and that feather pillow. That was great fun for him! But, all in all, I could never have asked for a better friend and constant companion. When we lost him, he took a piece of my heart with him. I dearly love him and sorely miss all the silly things that he loved to do. I live in Florida now, which is just too hot for his breed. If I ever move north again, I would love to have another Norwegian Elkhound. My Misha Moo is never far from my mind and through the hundreds of pictures and videos taken of him, he will never be forgotten. Bye baby dog.
Cyndi, Chris and brother Rudy Husky Dog.

Sheena was born 26 June 2000. She would have been have been five years old on the 26th of this June. I went on vaction and was called home due to her death. Sheena was the love of my life. She was a wonderfull girl and the best friend I could have ever asked for. She carried my heart with her when she passed and will be remembered by all with love and affection. I miss her with every fiber of my being and pray she is happy and healthy now.

Sincerely Jason D. Winn


5/10/88 - 5/10/05

Noble, proud, courageous, supremely confident and strong willed. Much loved and forever loving and devoted companion. His happy nature was seen in his constantly wagging tail and his intelligence in his bright, mischievous eyes. Time and again over the past year and a half his indomitable spirit defeated the ravages of old age. Balder, which in old Norse means “prince,” was the fairest and most beloved of the gods. Jarl, which in old Norse means “noble,” was the father of the noble race of men including kings. Buddy in contemporary English means “good friend.” He truly lived up to all of these. Farewell and rest in peace dear friend. I miss you terribly.

11 year old German Shepherd dearly loved by Steve, Shannon, Jan, Rich & Sean and best friends Taz (Elkhound) and Gabby (mixed). He will always be remembered.
He went to Rainbow Bridge on June 4th.

2-15-03 - 2-10-05
Owned by: Cynthia Kinser & Diane Coleman
Bred by: Virginia Curtner & Diane Coleman
To say that Ivy was a character, was putting it mildly. She had a way of getting into the hearts and under the skin of everyone she met.
She had a short but promising show career.
But most of all she was IVY.
Due to tragic circumstances, she left us way too soon. She will be sadly missed by her family, both canine and human.
Many thanks to Virginia Curtner and Diane Coleman, for allowing me to share in this girl's life.
Cynthia Kinser

5/5/1992 - 12/22/2004
"I got Kvass when he was 9 weeks old. He was a real cutey. My first show dog. Learned to show with him, but we never did much. He did not like to go in the ring. So he was retired and became the guardian at the house. Anyone who would have tried to come in with him in here would have been in big trouble. He was having small strokes, and was becoming very disoriented. The time finally came today.......and he joined his old buddy, Rambo. He will be missed very, very much.
Jo, Harold, PJ and Radar."

4-30-1988 to 11-30-2004
Assisted to the Bridge at 16 years and 7 months
"He was the dearest old dog you could ever want. Always happy and friendly. Seemed to love everybody. He and his sister Gretchen came to live with us when they were 9-10 months old. Both settled right in and this became their home. He did rather like to chew on occasion, several books, and one of my new sneakers. But other than that, he was just a loving companion. He will be very much missed. His age just caught up with him and we had no choice but to send him to the bridge to be with his sister. Just before the end, he held his head and ears up like he was seeing someone. I like to think it was Gretchen. You certainly will be missed, old man. Till we meet again..........
Jo, Harold, Kvass, PJ and Radar

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