26 thoughts on “[VIDEO] The Story of Dutch”

  1. I have been lucky enough to have had many dogs. All of them very different, and they were all very special to me. Each and every time I lost one of them it tore out my heart. Like you said, they take a piece of you with them when they go. But there is a part of them that stays with you for ever etched in heart and soul. That you can never loose. And I would like to think that they each helped me through life as no person could. They are like little four-legged angels. It is a very special gift that we had them there to share our life’s with. I just hope I gave them at least a fraction of the happiness and loved feeling that each gave me. I miss everyday and think of them often. If I am deserving enough to make it into Heaven, I expect to get run-over by a large group of dogs. Can not picture a Heaven with out them. Thank you all for sharing.

  2. I can sooo relate to this. one year ago (Dec. 10th) I lost my beloved Ridgeback, Rooi, to a spleen tumor. He was one of the most beautiful, well-behaved Ridgeback’s I have ever seen. The hole he left in my heart will always be there, but I’m comforted knowing that he had a wonderful life while on this earth and how much he was loved. When I think of him, I’m reminded of a great poem by Rudyard Kipling, “The Power of the Dog”.


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