We have changed our "Angels" page to a memorial for Saving Grace dogs that have moved on, and are now watching over us with love.
Check back soon to read about our past furry friends. To check out the Saving Grace volunteers / staff head over to Our Pack.
Eight years ago we adopted a beautiful chocolate cocker who we named Lily. From the moment we got her, we all knew she was one special dog. Her caramel eyes never left my side. From the moment I woke up in the morning to the moment I went to sleep, she always watched over me. Often scampering from room to room to find me ,just to make sure that I was okay. She was affectionately known as my shadow.Gentle ,peaceful, beautiful, contemplative little soul. We always knew she was our wise one. She was our peace in the chaos of life. Soul mate, loyal friend and constant companion, our Lil was truly the best of the best. No doubt about it, Lily truly rescued me.
Frankie was my sweet foster failure. He was my first attempt at fostering, but it was only a week before I realized how very special he was and I couldn't let him go. He traveled everywhere we went, always happy to be by my side. Frankie had one eye removed and had a cataract on his "good" eye. He made it through two eye surgeries and had good eye sight for about two years before he developed glaucoma and slowly lost most of his sight again. In spite of all his eye issues he was a very happy boy. Unfortunately he had a heart murmur which lead to heart failure. He was only with us for four years but for those four years he was the love of my life and I miss him every day.
This is Cosmo Wall. The kids changed his name from “Amigo” to name him after the puppy on Fairly Odd Parents, a show they watched as kids.
He was a very smart little Jack-Chi that we adopted from Saving Grace on November 7, 2004 when he was about 8 or 9 months old. He immediately became a very important family member and traveled with us wherever we would go. Unfortunately, Cosmo was born with a heart defect and had to be on 3 different heart medications, twice a day, for the past 4 to 5 years of his life but he remained a typical high energy Jack-Chi with loads of personality and humor until he started going through congestive heart failure.
We lost him on August 15, 2013 and he will always be in our hearts.
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