I can't write a small blog post that expresses how much I loved that dog. She was truly my best friend and brought me nothing but love and devotion. I only hope her passing was pain free. Any pet owner will tell you that their pets truly become part of the family. They have their own distinct personality traits and mannerisms that are as individual as you and I are. Some of those traits are both entertaining and irritating. Doggie Princess had one such mannerism.
She liked to watch TV (yes, she was truly my dog). Doggie Princess was an active TV watcher. She basically laid on the floor and watched quietly ... until another animal showed its face on the TV. Then she l
I never got her on video attacking the TV - it wasn't that big a deal to me - it was just her. I did happen to snap a picture of her as she was saving us from a Purina commercial though. It makes me smile.
I'll cry a few more days I'm sure. Especially when I come home from work and she's not greeting me at the top of the steps. Or like I did last night when I didn't have her little body snuggled up to me while I slept. My heartache will heal. I want to get to the point when I see a pet food commercial and smile as I remember Doggie Princess throwing everything in her 8 lb. 4 oz. body to getting that animal off of our TV.
I said "bye bye baby TayTay" every single morning to her when I was leaving for work. It was her signal that she couldn't go with me. So "bye bye baby TayTay" - I love you.