Dog Memorial: Sir Villain Cody~You were 1 in a million

by Cindy
(Dubuque, IA USA)

My Beloved Sir Villain Cody

My Beloved Sir Villain Cody

Sir Villain Cody was a beautiful black and white blue eyed Siberian Husky. He was the love of our life and came into our lives when he was 6 weeks old in 1997.

He gave us unconditional love and all he wanted in return was a walk, a dog treat, a run in the woods. We had to send him off to the Rainbow Bridge or, as they say, just north of the Rainbow Bridge on Feb 1 2010.

My heart has not been the same since that dreadful day. But deep down I knew he could not suffer anymore.

I hope it was the right choice. I know he is having fun with his cousin Blanca. I hope there are unlimited doggie treats and Frosty Paws for you and Blanca, Sir Villain Cody.

The pain in my heart is sometimes unbearable but then I go in and talk to you and I feel better. I loved you so much, Villain and never thought your leaving us was going to hurt this badly. Just remember the good times.

I'm going to miss those long walks by the river with you. Rest in Peace Dear Friend. Mom and Dad both miss you so!

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