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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

Timmy - Shake - A - Butt

by Ron & Kathie Isenberg
(Deer Park, WA)

CH Los Carneros Time Traveler - Timmy was Ron's soul mate and constant companion for almost 14 years. Timmy crossed over the Rainbow Bridge today. Through the years he has given our family so much his love and devotion - his son, Ian; his AKC Championship, handled by our Granddaughter Casandra Clark. We thank John Saemann of Los Carneros for allowing us to have Timmy.

Timmy will be waiting at the Rainbow Bridge for his daddy, Ron, and they will cross into heaven together.

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Mar 11, 2011
by: Nonnie

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Our "furry" babies are almost as dear to us as our human ones! I will be thinking of you in the days ahead.

Mar 12, 2011
by: Gayle

My condolences on the loss of your very special boy. I lost my Nellie last June and there is not a day that I don't think of her. He will live on in your heart.

Mar 12, 2011
by: Nub's Mom

Condolences on the loss of you most loved boy. He will be there and yes he will. Grieve not that he is gone, rather celebrate that he was.

Apr 03, 2011
Goodbye Timmy
by: Preston

I am so sorry about the loss of your best friend. I am sure he did a lot with you, and enriched the lives of everyone around him. That's just what Aussies do.

My Sadie does the same for me. Although she's only three now, with enough energy to power small cities, I can't help but look at her when she's retrieving a ball. I think about how lucky I am to have such a life-loving girl. But I also think about how empty I would feel without her, and then I just grab her and hug her for a while. She probably thinks "O boy! Daddy's lost it again," then gives me a thorough face washing...doggie style, and goes on her merry way.

Hang in there Sir, and hopefully some the sense of loss will dissipate, and the pain will eventually go away.


Apr 05, 2011
so sorry
by: Anonymous

so sorry, thank God you had the time that you did with him. You made his life better, as he returned did the same for you; hold on to those memories nd smile when you can(when the pain eases, and it will), We lost our Luke at only 4 years of age due to eplipsey, and we loved him so, he brought much joy to our lives. I still miss him, its only been since lst sept., but I smile now when I think of him, and how happy he must be to be free of that disease, and be able to run, and play.
God be with you, and give you strength, and renewed joy.

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