yet they keep coming.
This evening we will be saying goodbye to our beloved Murph. It has reached the point where it is no longerin his best interest to have him here. He is tired and ready to move on to a better place with no pain where he can jump around like a kangaroo ( which he used to do when he was younger – one time he nearly took out our ceiling fan!) and run and play.
He hasn’t been eating and can no longer get up on his back legs without help.
I really couldn’t have asked for a better dog for my daughter to start her life with. He was always so gentle and patient with her. He blessed our family in many ways.
God speed Murph… you are loved and will be terribly missed.