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Remember your beloved dogs who've gone over the Rainbow Bridge

Our TeamDogs Memorial page is a comforting space to share stories of best friends you’ve lost

Nia Dalton

Posted 3d ago

Our dogs may be gone, but they are never forgotten. 

On the TeamDogs Memorials page, you can share tributes to your beloved dogs who sadly aren’t with you today. 

It's a comforting space for dog owners and lovers to remember their best friends and pay a lasting tribute to them.

We can't promise there won't be tears though - these eulogies are sure to tug on your heartstrings, but will bring you comfort and peace if you can relate to the grief of a quieter house and empty dog bed. 

Here are just a few of your most recent memorials.

Charlie

C0ckapoo Charlie passed away just last month, after a sudden and devastating tumour. He was just 11. Owner Annie described Charlie as “the cleverest beautiful friend” who was “taken far too soon”. 

“Charlie you will never ever be forgotten and we will always love you. Until we meet again."

Jack

Julie lost her good old boy Jack just last week, after a long battle with cancer.

“He was one of the family and we loved him so much, he will always be with us,” Julie said. 

Pebbles

Beautiful Pebbles lived 16 long and happy years with owner Shirley Riella, before passing away in July. 

“What a blow we set ourselves up for,” Shirley said. “I love you dearly my darling girl and my heart feels so sad still. You lived your best life and gave us so much joy.”

Frank

Adorable Frank was a “true little character, so loving, with his funny ways”. Owner Sharon Brison describes how it was “so sad to have to watch our funny little man, with this awful disease”, after Frank developed degenerative myelopathy. 

“He is lost from my side, but forever in my heart,” taken too soon at just six years old.

“Run free our beautiful boy."

Charlie

Caring Charlie supported his family through the hardest times last year. 

“Through every lockdown and curveball 2020 brought, Charlie was there and has happy as ever. We are so grateful we got to spend his last year at home with him,” owner George Grantham said. 

He described Charlie as “the fussiest, cuddliest dog there ever was.”

“We’ll love you forever Chaz.”

READ MORE: More beautiful tributes to our old dogs

To post your own dog tribute, visit our Memorials page

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