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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by gitold, Dec 1, 2016.
What a sweet face. I'm so sorry for your loss.
16 years old! What great times you guys must have had together. So sorry.
so sorry for the loss , but remember he loved you unconditionally as you loved him, and I bet you would not have traded any of your time together for anything, so take solice in the time you had together and how happy you made him , deep condolences.
So sorry for your loss. RIP Gwillym.
Sorry man. He lived a long life and was a handsome little devil. In time you'll get another pup and make his life better too.
I'm sorry for your loss. It's never easy. All the animals that came in and out of my life, I can't believe. Sounds like your buddy lived a good long life. Treasure the memories.
Jester, Misty, and I send our condolences.
Very sorry to hear this sad news, gitold.
Should it be mentioned that Gwillym was a veteran of many TDPRI jams?
I'll miss my little buddy too. I love dogs and he was a very good one.
I'll never forget our Colorado jams when he was so excited to meet all the new guys dropping by and you never heard a single bark out of him. But then when it was time to leave and the coats were being put on his herding instincts would kick in and that's when the barking would begin.
It was just his way of saying "Hey don't go". RIP Gwiyllm. Gonna miss ya'.
Ya he liked to walk over pedal boards and lay down right in front of an amp. : )
Yes it should. But he wasn't much of a bass player.
Hard to "like" a post like this, but what a mug with that tongue hanging out! Sorry about Gwillym
So sorry for your loss. These guys are our family and best friend. Hope it feels better soon.
Oh I'm super bummed to read this. I'll miss seeing Gwillym. He definitely was a super cool dog! Consider yourself lucky to have him around you for so long. He always liked to play like a puppy and greeted everyone with a wagging tail.
He didnt have a tail but he sure wagged his ass. ; )
Ours too. I love that.
Very sorry. Went through the same thing 2 years ago. I was devastated. Most difficult thing I've had to do. I'll still tear up if I think about her too much. It does get better with time. But it's a very slow process. For me it was. But she brought so much joy to our lives it was well worth the pain of losing her. We now have another little buddy who is already starting to fill the void. Life is still good.
Sorry for the loss of your buddy. He looks like he was a happy dog.